Coherent curricular pathways rich with integrative liberal learning are key to developing the skills and knowledge students need for life and work in the twenty-first century. From 2012–2014, with grant support from the Teagle Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, AAC&U has worked with fourteen liberal arts colleges in the Faculty Leadership for Integrative Liberal Learning (FLILL) project to advance comprehensive approaches to integrative liberal learning. This project explored how to improve the coherence and integration of learning for all students. Participating teams from Allegheny College, Babson College, Bard College, Carleton College, Clark University, Colgate University, The College of Wooster, Mount Holyoke College, St. Olaf College, Skidmore College, Spelman College, Wagner College, Wellesley College, and Wheaton College worked with AAC&U Senior Fellow Ann Ferren and Vice President for Integrative Liberal Learning and the Global Commons David Paris to establish principles and practices for effective integrative learning, to conceptualize best practices for fostering faculty leadership, and to implement and sustain integrative learning campus wide and in both general education and majors.