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Presentation on theme: "VPCC: 10/22/06 1 T HE UH C OMMUNITY C OLLEGES: A P ROFILE 1."— Presentation transcript:


2 VPCC: 10/22/06 2 The UH Community College System W HO W E A RE… Employment Training Center Hawai`i Community College University of Hawai‘i Center, West Hawai‘i University of Hawai‘i Center, Maui University of Hawai‘i Center, Kaua‘i Maui Community College Kaua‘i Community College Kapi‘olani Community College Windward Community College Honolulu Community College Leeward Community College HAWAI‘I MAUI MOLOKA‘I LANA‘I O‘AHU KAUA‘I MCC Moloka‘i Ed. Ctr. MCC Hana Ed. Ctr. LCC Wai‘anae Ed. Ctr. MCC Lana‘i Ed. Ctr.

3 VPCC: 10/22/06 3 B OARD OF R EGENTS 12 Members (1 student) appointed by the Governor, confirmed by the Senate for fixed a term. Responsible for the entire University system. Created a new committee on community colleges. Adopted a new policy on Board Evaluation. Meets all ACCJC governance requirements.

4 VPCC: 10/22/06 4 H OW W E W ERE O RGANIZED - 2000 President UH System Sr. VP/Chancellor Community Colleges Provosts Hawai`i CC, Honolulu CC, Kapi`olani CC, Kaua`i CC, Leeward CC, Maui CC, Windward CC Vice Chancellor for Administrative Affairs Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

5 VPCC: 10/22/06 5 President UH System Chancellors Hawai`i CC, Honolulu CC, Kapi`olani CC, Kaua`i CC, Leeward CC, Maui CC, Windward CC Assoc VP for Administrative Affairs (CC) H OW W E W ERE O RGANIZED - 2002 Assoc VP for Academic Affairs (CC) VP for Administration/CFO VP for Academic Affairs

6 VPCC: 10/22/06 6 H OW W E A RE O RGANIZED - 2005 President UH System Vice President for Community Colleges Chancellors Hawai`i CC, Honolulu CC, Kapi`olani CC, Kaua`i CC, Leeward CC, Maui CC, Windward CC Assoc VP for Administrative Affairs Assoc VP for Academic Affairs

7 VPCC: 10/22/06 7 The UHCC’s program offerings and services to the community strive to take advantage of Hawai‘i’s unique location, physical and biological environment, and rich cultural setting. H AWAI‘I’S U NIQUE E NVIRONMENT

8 VPCC: 10/22/06 8 University of Hawai‘i Second Decade Linda K. Johnsrud Vice President for Academic Planning &Policy

9 VPCC: 10/22/06 9 State of Hawai‘i, by Geographic Region Kaua‘i Maui West Hawai‘i East Hawai‘i Wai‘anae Windward North Shore ‘Ewa East O‘ahu Central O‘ahu

10 VPCC: 10/22/06 10 State Population

11 VPCC: 10/22/06 11 Hawaii = 1,211,537 Note: Kalawao is included with Maui County. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census Total Population, 2000 58,463 128,241 59,215 89,463 136,893 47,990 46,666 135,364 176,158 333,080 Kaua‘i Maui Hawai‘i Honolulu 176,158 to 333,080 128,241to 176,157 58,463to128,240 46,666to58,462

12 VPCC: 10/22/06 12 Projected Change in Population (#), 2000–2020 Source: Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, August 2004. City and County of Honolulu, Department of Planning and Permitting, 2004. County of Hawai‘i General Plan, February 2005. State Total = 277,188

13 VPCC: 10/22/06 13 Income & Workforce Participation

14 VPCC: 10/22/06 14 Hawaii = $21,525 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census Per Capita Personal Income, 2000 $20,301 $22,033 $22,179 $16,550 $23,386 $13,802 $14,386 $22,174 $24,895 $18,751 Kaua‘i Maui Hawai‘i Honolulu $23,386 to $24,895 $22,033to $23,386 $16,550to$22,033 $13,756to$16,550

15 VPCC: 10/22/06 15 Declining Per Capita Personal Income as a Percent of U.S. Average, 1960–2000 Source: U.S. Census Bureau Actual PCPI Adjusted HI=125%

16 VPCC: 10/22/06 16 Percent of Civilian Population Age 16 and Older Participating in the Workforce, 2000 Hawaii = 60.4% Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census 67% 58% 42% 61% 60% 59% 63% 67% 64% Kaua‘i Maui Hawai‘i Honolulu 66.6% to 66.9% 60.6%to 66.6% 58.0%to 60.6% 39.4%to 58.0%

17 VPCC: 10/22/06 17 Educational Attainment

18 VPCC: 10/22/06 18 Relative Need for Postsecondary Ed & Training Based on UH 2-Yr Going Rates Fall 2005 State Average = 21.1%

19 VPCC: 10/22/06 19 Entering Student Placement, UHCCs, Fall 2000 Source: National Center for Higher Education Management Systems.

20 VPCC: 10/22/06 20 K–12 Student Achievement Preparation Hawai‘i Top States 2006 19922006 8 th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam: in math in reading in science in writing 14% 19% 15% 18% 15% 18% 38% 41% Number of scores in the top 20% nationally on SAT/ACT college entrance exam per 1,000 high school graduates 110153237 Number of scores that are 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement subject test per 1,000 high school juniors and seniors 92112217 Source: Measuring Up 2006.

21 VPCC: 10/22/06 21 Workforce Development Needs

22 VPCC: 10/22/06 22 Source: Economic Modeling Specialist Inc (EMSI), June 2005; MAPS Degrees & Certificates Earned, FY 2002–04; IPEDS, FY 2002 & FY 2004. Projected Average Annual Job Openings Through 2012 10,325 (78%)

23 VPCC: 10/22/06 23 Projected Annual Vacancies in Shortage Areas Statewide, 2004–12 and Average UH Output, 2002–04 Source: Economic Modeling Specialist Inc (EMSI), June 2005; MAPS Degrees & Certificates Earned, FY 2002–04.

24 VPCC: 10/22/06 24 Annual Vacancies in Shortage Areas Statewide, 2004–12 and Average UH Output, 2002–04 Source: Economic Modeling Specialist Inc (EMSI), June 2005; MAPS Degrees & Certificates Earned, FY 2002–04.

25 VPCC: 10/22/06 25 Increase the educational capital of the state Expand workforce development initiatives Assist in diversifying the economy Address underserved regions and populations of the state Hawai‘i’s Higher Education Needs

26 VPCC: 10/22/06 26 Biennium Budget Planning How can UH expand service to better meet state needs? How can UH increase student participation and success? How will we know we have succeeded? How will we pay for these initiatives?

27 VPCC: 10/22/06 27 Functioning as a State System Student Transfer and Articulation Strategic Planning/Resource Development System Infrastructure Policy Framework

28 VPCC: 10/22/06 28 Student Transfer and Articulation

29 VPCC: 10/22/06 29 making it simple and predictable. T RANSFER A ND A RTICULATION University’s transfer and articulation policy …

30 VPCC: 10/22/06 30 Each fall, approximately 3,000 students transfer within UH 700 350 - 400 UHCC 700 - 800 UHH UHWO UHM 1,100 120 T RANSFER A ND A RTICULATION (cont.)

31 VPCC: 10/22/06 31 UH Manoa Upper Division by Previous College Attended; Fall 1999 T RANSFER A ND A RTICULATION (cont.)

32 VPCC: 10/22/06 32 UHCC Transfers to UHM With 60+ Credits Average Graduation Rates at UHM After 20% 43% 57% 68% 71% T RANSFER A ND C OMPLETION (cont.)

33 VPCC: 10/22/06 33 P ERFORMANCE OF AA T RANSFERS at UH Manoa Compared to first-time freshman at UHM, AA transfers perform as well or better (GPA, credit earned ratio, average credit load/semester and academic standing) Compared to first-time freshmen who persist to the end of their third year of enrollment, AA transfers were comparable. University System Policy: Students eligible to transfer from a CC to Baccalaureate campus when they have completed 24 credits with a 2.0 GPR.

34 VPCC: 10/22/06 34 Strategic Planning/Resource Development

35 VPCC: 10/22/06 35 “The UH Community Colleges System Strategic Plan, 2002-2010” UHCC S TRATEGIC P LAN (Adopted by the Board of Regents in November 2002.) …sets goals, assumptions, planning principles, and strategies that direct the development of the Community Colleges into the 21st century.

36 VPCC: 10/22/06 36 External Issues Changes in the Hawai`i Workplace Preparing Individuals for Emerging Economic Opportunities Individuals With Insufficient Preparation for Further Education Declining Public Financial Support

37 VPCC: 10/22/06 37 Internal Issues Insufficient resources to meet increasingly diverse student demand Need to increase operational efficiency Need to increase student transfer to 4-year programs Need to support faculty adoption of new technologies and techniques Need to replace an aging infrastructure Need to align programs with demand

38 VPCC: 10/22/06 38 UHCC Goals 2002-2010 A.Promote Learning and Teaching for Student Success B.Function as a Seamless State System C.Promote Workforce and Economic Development D.Develop Our Human Resources: Recruitment, Retention, and Renewal E.Develop an Effective, Efficient, and Sustainable Infrastructure to Support Student Learning

39 VPCC: 10/22/06 39 Focused Resource Goals Close Annual Resource Gap of - $26Million to $30Million. 8-Year Financial Plan to Achieve Goals –~25%From Internal Efficiencies/Reallocations/ External Sources –~55% From Increased State Investment –~20% From Increased Tuition and Fee Revenues Use Plan Goals to Develop Biennial Budget Request Priorities.

40 VPCC: 10/22/06 40 State Budget Process 1970 Legislature adopted the Program Planning and Budgeting System (PPBS) Biennial/Supplemental Budget process with appropriations for UH-Manoa, UH-Hilo, UH-West Oahu, UH Community Colleges, Systemwide Support, Aquaria, and Small Business Development Center Current Service Base is the starting point of budget request (Not formula funding) Departments request additional funds for workload (W/L) and program change requests (PCR)

41 VPCC: 10/22/06 41 Operating Revenue by Fund Type FY 2004 – FY 2006 revenues are actuals, FY 2007 – FY 2009 revenues are projected

42 VPCC: 10/22/06 42 CIP Appropriations

43 VPCC: 10/22/06 43 UH Foundation Revenues FY 2001 – 06

44 VPCC: 10/22/06 44 Tuition and Fee Revenue Projections FY 2007 - FY 2012

45 VPCC: 10/22/06 45 Closing the Resource Gap 6 Year Plan – FY 2004 through FY 2009

46 VPCC: 10/22/06 46 Prior to FY 2005, UHCC utilized UH System Financial Audit to meet accreditation standards; no separate UHCC audit ACCJC Financial Task Force clarified reporting requirements to meet accreditation standards Beginning in FY 2005, separate audited supplemental schedules for UHCC provided as part of UH’s consolidated financial statements and OMB Circular A-133 Audit Report FY 2006 Financial Audit should be completed before the ACCJC Accreditation Annual Fiscal Report is due in April 2007 Financial Audits

47 VPCC: 10/22/06 47 Implementation by the Colleges College Plans tied to UH and UHCC Plans Implementation Requirements Shaped by Individual College Strengths, Weaknesses, and Priorities College and Unit Biennial Budget Planning Tied to the Plan Goals Annual Assessment of Progress and Appropriate Plan Modifications

48 VPCC: 10/22/06 48 System Infrastructure

49 VPCC: 10/22/06 49 System Infrastructure Student Information System Telecommunications Distance Education Technology Administrative Information Systems Library Information System Financial/HR Services

50 VPCC: 10/22/06 50 Policy Framework

51 VPCC: 10/22/06 51 Board of Regents Executive Policies UHCC Policies College Policies UH System Policy Framework

52 VPCC: 10/22/06 52 General Provisions Administration Organization Planning Academic Affairs Tuition and Fees Student Affairs Business and Finance Personnel Land and Facilities Misc. UH System Policy Framework

53 VPCC: 10/22/06 53 Collective Bargaining State Law covers all State employees except for those specifically exempted. Single UH bargaining unit for all UH faculty. Single UH bargaining unit for all APTs. Statewide bargaining for all other units (5).

54 VPCC: 10/22/06 54 Collegial Governance Established for faculty and students in BOR policy. Pukoa Council represents Native Hawaiian interests. Faculty and student organizations participate in UH system advisory capacity All other organizations are college initiated

55 VPCC: 10/22/06 55 UHCC System Program Review ACCJC found (1/31/05) –Uneven progress in developing program review policies and practices among the campuses –Inconsistent use of data across campuses –Uneven support among campus constituencies for program review –Unclear links between program reviews and budget requests and allocation decisions at the campus and system level

56 VPCC: 10/22/06 56 UHCC Leadership developed and agreed to a core set of program review data elements for: Instructional Programs Academic Support Services (in progress) Student Services Administrative Services UHCCP #5.202 first systemwide policy promulgated by VPCC October 2005 As a result...

57 VPCC: 10/22/06 57 UHCCP # 5.202 Requirements  An ANNUAL INSTRUCTIONAL ASSESSMENT on all programs using common data AND  A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM REVIEW on all programs at least once every five years

58 VPCC: 10/22/06 58 Comprehensive Program Reviews AY 2005-06 Number of Reviews by Campus Academic Year 05-06HAWHONKAPKAULEEMAUWIN Instructional Programs68203143 Health Status – Healthy Health Status – Caution Health Status - Unhealthy 420420 431431 12 8 0 300300 100100 040040 111111 Non Instructional Programs6054151 Total12/128/825/297/72/29/104/4

59 VPCC: 10/22/06 59 Additional Support for the Process  2006 Legislature approved for Program Review and Program Improvement Fund:  8.25 positions  $535,852  $290,852 allocated to fill positions  $245,000 allocated to selected program improvement activities

60 VPCC: 10/22/06 60 Program Improvement Remedial/Developmental Education Distance Education Coordination Financial Aid Institutional Research Capacity Evaluation and Revision of Program Review Procedures

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