On a path to college completion!

Statway students graduate, transfer, and earn 4-year degrees at significantly higher rates than their matched peers. Read more in our new post-Pathways study.

Outcomes & Studies

The results speak for themselves. Students in Statway and Quantway are earning college level math credit at triple the rates and in half the time. This is in comparison to the 15% of students who succeed in the traditional developmental math sequences in two years.

These rates have held steady for six years even as enrollments have increased four-fold and the program has scaled to over 90 colleges. Additionally, new data has shown that Statway and Quantway students are also earning more college level credits after completing the Pathways and more likely to transfer than students at large. To learn more, see our latest impact reports and research briefs:

Impact Studies

Read about the most recent and previous annual national Carnegie Math Pathways results.


This impact study highlights student outcomes in 2016-17 and areas for improvement based on data.


This impact report features student outcomes in 2015-16 and reflects on our impact over the last five years as Quantway and Statway have grown to scale.


Statistics on 2014-2015 student outcomes, as well as insights into areas for improvement based on data from the fourth year of implementation.

Longitudinal Analysis

Learn more about what the data shows about Pathways students’ longer term completion and transfer outcomes.


This study compared students from 6 Statway institutions, who enrolled in 2011-12 and 2012-13, with similar students using propensity score matching, and examined graduation and transfer rates after 5 years.


A preliminary study of longitudinal data showing that Statway and Quantway students earn more college level credits and are more likely to transfer than students at large.

Special Topics

Review reports featuring analysis on specific Pathways implementation elements and variations of implementation.


This report examines the challenges and success of corequisites and offers suggestions for implementation.


This report explores the evolution of Statway into a single-semester course, including the reasons for the shift, impacts, and implementation challenges.


Are Statway outcomes sustained even as enrollment increases, and how do these outcomes hold across different student subgroups? This analysis found continued high levels of student success for all sex and race/ethnicity groups even as enrollment quadrupled over five years.

Do the effects of Quantway last into the next year? This analysis found positive effects for students of all sex and race/ethnicity groups and across different colleges.


This paper outlines the development of practical measures of Productive Persistence using digital learning system data to support instructional improvement.

Learning from the Field

Explore studies from WestEd, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and the broader field on math pathways implementation and outcomes.


A new national study by the Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE) confirming that productive student mindsets contribute to higher engagement and outcomes.

A new instructional standards guide released by AMATYC provides instructional guidance on how to impact the mathematical prowess of students.


Aimed at community college practitioners, this report outlines how colleges are creating math pathways that are aligned with students’ programs of study. The report provides the rationale for diversification, definitions of math pathways, learning outcomes associated with specific math pathways, and research on their impact.