Executive Committee Meeting

May 28, 2010

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Ka`a`ike 105

 

AGENDA

 

I.                    Student Affairs - Report on developments by Vice-Chancellor

 

A.      Enrollment

 

Date

Fall Enrollment

Last Year

Continuing Students (Spring to Fall)

% Continuing

(Spring to call

Applications (Fall)

Last Year

4/26/10

1885

1280

 

 

1439

1081

5/4/10

2237

1610

 

 

1592

1251

5/14/10

2604

1965

 

 

1846

1466

5/18/10

2673

2049

1941

47%

1851

1478

5/25/10

2806

2222

2008

49%

2005

1583

 

Summer enrollment

Date

Enrollment

Last Year

4/26/10

487

481

4/30/10

531

556

5/4/10

556

557

5/14/10

621

702

5/18/10

630

726

5/25/10

671

748


*unduplicated count

 

II.                  Administrative Services - Report on developments by Vice Chancellor

 

A.      Revenues for Fall ’09 and Spring ‘10

 

Date

Fall ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

Debit Balance

May 3, 2010

$2,079,908

$1,375,000

35%

 

May 18, 2010

$2,507,672

 

26.8%

 

May 25, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

B.      Summer Revenues

Date

Summer ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

May 17, 2010

$548,231

 

4%

May 16, 2010

$610,406

 

-7.3%

May 28, 2010

 

 

 



 

 

III.                Academic Affairs – Report on developments by Vice Chancellor

 

A.      Update on New Degree Programs

 

                                                             1.      BAS Sustainability
CAO Approval                                    June 7, 2010
Sub-change application                 July 1, 2010
BOR Approval                                    July 15, 2010
Submit Sub Change materials     September1, 2010
Implementation                               January 1, 2011

                                                             2.      AS in Natural Sciences
CAO Approval                                    June 7, 2010
Implementation                               August, 2010

                                                             3.      BAS in Ocean Studies
CAO approval for ATP                    June 7, 2010 
STEM Program approval                Sept, 2010
Senate Program approval             Nov, 2010
CAO Program approval                  Dec. 2010
BOR Program approval                  Feb, 2011
WAS Sub Change                           March 2011
Implementation                             August 2011

                                                             4.      BAS in Human Services
ATP
Department approval                    Sept 2010
Curriculum approval                       Sept 2010
Senate approval                               Oct. 2010
CAO approval                                    Nov 2010

Program Proposal
Department approval                    Oct. 2010
Curriculum approval                       Oct. 2010
Senate approval                               Nov. 2010
CAO approval                                    Dec. 2010
BOR approval                                     Jan. 2011
WASC Sub change                           March 2011
Implementation                               August 2011

 

IV.                Campus Sustainability Committee By Laws

A.      Paper Recycling

                                                             1.      David to talk to Robert about a company that collects paper for free.  Ask Robert to see if they will accept shredded paper.

 

V.                  End of the year closing

A.      Follow up - Research early admits, outreach centers and other data sources for Native Hawaiians for ATD outcomes.  Diane and John to find out how these datas can be obtained.  Need to determine next steps.

 

VI.                Biennium Budget Proposal: leveraging Title III, Title III  Renovation, RDP, and HUD facilities with Campus BB initiative on campus-wide strategy for student achievement and success.  Private funds (netbook initiative)(Should connect to student performance)

                                    A.            Integrating Academic and Instructional Support for Student Retention, Persistence and Achievement 

                                    B.            Leveraging private, grant and broadband developments to support developmental math and English student achievement

1.       Instructional designer  

2.       Developmental English 

3.       TLC Support

                                    C.            Creating remote student access to science and technical labs

                                    D.            Designing a dynamic and robust virtual learning environment complemented by place-based learning

1.       Instructional designer

                                     E.            Embedding proven best practices to support new student orientation program, financial aid, outreach, freshman camp, student tracking by cohorts, student led activities and student ambassadors

                                     F.            Renovate to Innovate

1.       Integrated STEM infrastructure support system

1.       New Science Building Support

                                                                                 i.            Science Lab Tech /Hazardous Materials Manager

                                                                               ii.            Proactive Maintenance

2.       Request design funding to renovate old science building to create an allied health center including Center of Excellence for Aging

                                   G.            Workforce development

1.       Dental Hygiene (1 position)

2.       Ocean Studies (1 positions) (leveraging federal funds)

3.       Applied Human Services (1 positions)(leveraging federal funds)

4.       Hawaiian Music Institute

                                    H.            Program coordinators support

1.       Integrated Support system

2.       Student leaderships and mentors – develop their math and English skills and have them mentor other students.

3.       Bellwether – high school connections and Ed centers.

                                      I.            Rationale for Proposals

1.             Connection to Performance Metrics: Retention, Persistence, Graduation Rate Increase to 25% by 2015, Job Placement

2.             Program Review, Achieving the Dream and other Data (Native Hawaiian and General Student Data Performance Metrics by each Degree Program required);

3.             Data for Support Services should include data for unduplicated numbers served; duplicated student data may be considered but may not be as informative

4.             Where Proposals contain position counts, include number of positions and amount of resources required for each proposal

5.             Workforce Development Rationale for Program Change Requests essential

 

VII.              Summer Calendar

A.      Implementation of Summer Session

B.      ESCO Followup

C.      Science Building Groundbreaking

D.      Planning for Fall

a.       New Faculty Lecturer Orientation Process and Schedule

b.      New Student Orientation

c.       Others

 

VIII.            Fall Preparation

 

IX.                Upcoming Events

A.      Convocation - August 16, 2010