For adults, the student services aspect of Dual Generational Pathways is provided by the Adult Career Pathways (ACP) program. ACP provides adult students with a support system specifically designed to assist them in navigating the unique challenges they face while attending college.
Participants receive ongoing support and guidance through each step of their college experience. The key to ACP’s success is its student-centered model, which builds an ongoing relationship between students and their counselors, faculty members and peers.
The ACP program is designed to serve adult students with demonstrated barriers to college access and success, including veterans, single parents, lower-wage workers, work-eligible immigrants and unemployed and underemployed individuals. ACP creates a pathway for adult students to earn a certificate, degree or other credential that may help them secure a better job with a path toward advancement and greater economic security.
The program is free to participating students.
Learn more at the Adult Career Pathways website.
Additional Dual Generational Pathway Services
NOVA Student and Family Resource Center
The center acts as a one-stop office for NOVA and community resources, as well as a hub for various types of support programming. Learn more about the NOVA Student and Family Resource Center.
Resource Videos are offered online and designed to support students both academically and holistically while they pursue a college credential. Topics include financial literacy, community and government services, career readiness, and college success.
Workshops are held in-person at the Student and Family Resource Center, as well as various NOVA and partner locations. Topics include financial literacy, community and government services, career readiness, and college success.