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.  Richard Peacock, one of the original developers, 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).