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Dax Manalastas, of Quezon City, Philippines, has always dreamed of becoming a doctor.
For Melissa Baird of Utah, after getting married and having four kids, going back to school always seemed like it would have to wait.
A message from President Clark G. Gilbert
Liz Hill's experience with BYU-Pathway Connect was life-changing, specifically for her son Gabriel.
BYU-Pathway has been searching for ways to bless even more students with scholarships.
Born and raised in the Philippines, Joy Escalante is currently in her third semester at Ensign College.
Continue his education or accept a mission call was the decision Winston had to make.
BYU-Pathway has given Liz the opportunity to get her degree living in various countries around the world.
Wanting to overcome difficulties in his life like the general authorities he read about, Batholomew found BYU-Pathway was the key.
Returned missionaries in Brazil and the Caribbean areas have taken advantage of reduced tution at BYU-Pathway.
Returning missionaries are preapproved to participate in PathwayConnect, and tuition has been reduced for online degree programs.
Research indicates that students who complete a certificate are 41 percent more likely to continue toward a bachelor’s degree.
Many great and wonderful miracles have occurred to allow BYU-Pathway Worldwide to become available everywhere the Church is organized in the world.
“The members of the Church in Brazil see the need for education and value the opportunity to gather in centers of strength across the country.” —President Clark G. Gilbert
Families like Brittany Nelson's find countless blessings because of their involvement in BYU-Pathway.
Daniel Hernandez was able to advance his career and better support his family because of BYU-Pathway.
Although she never finished her own degree, higher education means a lot to Lola Jeppson, which is why her family created a deferred gift for BYU-Pathway Worldwide.