The 2018 PATH Summer Academy was the 2nd program and another great success.
- Students: 26 from all three colleges in the SDCCD
- Majors: 1 Japanese Studies, 1 Dance, 1 Ethnic Studies + Literature, 1 French Literature, 5 History, 1 Literature/Cultural Studies, 5 Literature/Writing, 3 Literatures in English, 2 Philosophy, 1 Psycology + Third World Studies, 3 Theatre and 2 Visual Arts.
- Mentors: 9 mentors, all former PATH students
- Courses: MUS 150—Jazz and the Music of the African Diaspora – taught by Professor David Borgo
HIUS 126—The History of Race in the United States – taught by Professor Natalia Molina
- Field Trips: Scripps Reserve Hike, Strauss Foundation Art Gallery, Earthlab at Millenial Tech Middle School
- Workshops: Library Tour and Research Workshop, Study Skills and CAPS Workshop, 2 Career Center Workshops, Panel workshop featuring campus representatives from Transfer Year Experience, Teaching & Learning Commons and the Co-Curricular Record, Academic Enrichment Programs, Study Abroad, Academic Internship Program and Analytical Writing Program
- Activities: Scavenger Hunt, 3 Study Jam Sessions, Stuart Art Collection Tour, Gym Day, Night at The La Jolla Playhouse, Lunches with Professor Danny Widener
- Housing: Students stayed in the dorms in Marshall College
- Schedule: July 2 – August 4, 2018. Classes held from 8-10:50am on Monday -Thursday, with workshops held following classes on several Monday and Tuesdays. Friday was unscheduled free time for meeting with advisors, faculty and mentors.