A closer look at the second pillar of the REACH framework: the importance of bundling and sequencing supports to understand and address the many complexities of the lives of adult students of color.

Community colleges in California, Colorado, New York, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia are developing academic pathways of credentials in sequences that align with associate degree programs, making it possible for adult students of color to pursue better job opportunities in the short term and work toward higher aspirations in the future.