History of FlightPath

FlightPath was created by The University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2006.  It was designed to help standardize advising practices on campus, as well as provide a history of past advisings which students and advisors could review.

Since those early days, FlightPath has undergone several revisions, including a complete rebuild from scratch.

In March of 2013, the administration of ULM decided to release FlightPath as open source - [PDF Link].  Richard Peacock, the lead developer, currently maintains the project and this site (getflightpath.com).

Other original developers and staff from ULM who worked on FlightPath were: Joe Mansour (Mainframe and Banner data coordinator), and Joann Perrer (degree and course data coordinator).