I don't think pathA programs care so much about where you take your classes.. as long as you do well and have a well-rounded application. Make sure to get in some hours shadowing/ volunteering/ working in pathology (either with a pathologist or a pathA) as well as some community service.
Some medical schools care where you take your classes (because universities tend to grade harder. For example, at Cornell if you missed the spelling on an organic molecule you'd miss the entire question. At my university, you'd get partial credit for that... and at community colleges they're usually even more generous on grading.) I haven't heard of it being an issue for path schools, though. Good luck!