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University of Hawai‘i-West O‘ahu 2007 – 2009. UH West O`ahu: Expanding Mission Transforming from small liberal arts campus into a regional comprehensive.

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1 University of Hawai‘i-West O‘ahu 2007 – 2009

2 UH West O`ahu: Expanding Mission Transforming from small liberal arts campus into a regional comprehensive institution Expanding BA and certificate programs Committed to educational and workforce needs of underserved areas of the state Serving both traditional and non-traditional students Offering flexible scheduling, technology mediated instruction, and interdisciplinary approach

3 Question 1: How can UHWO better meet state needs? State Areas with Highest Needs (from Second Decade Study) Very High Need High Need Medium Need Low Need

4 O`ahu High School* to UH 4-Year College Going Rates From Second Decade Study *Public and private high schools combined Very High Need High Need Medium Need Low Need

5 Transition Goals ( ) Meeting State Needs Transition Goals ( ) Meeting State Needs Lower division curriculum Education Applied Sciences Expanded Distance Education Serving students who want a four-year experience at a smaller campus, as well as transfer students. Serving pre-service and in-service teacher preparation needs, P-12. Providing interdisciplinary science studies in key areas: respiratory care, culinary mgmt, allied health and more. Using WebCT, streaming video and other new modalities

6 Current Academic Programs Bachelor of Arts offered in: Business AdministrationBusiness Administration HumanitiesHumanities Public AdministrationPublic Administration Social SciencesSocial Sciences

7 Current Academic Programs Certificates offered in: Forensic AnthropologyForensic Anthropology Substance Abuse and Addiction StudiesSubstance Abuse and Addiction Studies Disaster Preparedness & Emergency MgtDisaster Preparedness & Emergency Mgt Environmental StudiesEnvironmental Studies

8 Articulation Agreements with Community Colleges Current Articulation Agreements with Community Colleges Accounting (w/ Leeward CC)Accounting (w/ Leeward CC) Television Production (w/ Leeward CC)Television Production (w/ Leeward CC) Business Technology (w/ Leeward CC)Business Technology (w/ Leeward CC) Hotel Ops & Accounting (w/ Kauai CC)Hotel Ops & Accounting (w/ Kauai CC) Administration of Justice (w/ Honolulu CC)Administration of Justice (w/ Honolulu CC) Accounting (w/ Maui CC)Accounting (w/ Maui CC)

9 New Programs ( ) Fall 2006 Early Childhood Education (distance education)Early Childhood Education (distance education) In Development: Elementary Education (Fall 2007)Elementary Education (Fall 2007) Allied HealthAllied Health Applied Science (with proposed concentrations in Respiratory Care and Culinary Mgmt)Applied Science (with proposed concentrations in Respiratory Care and Culinary Mgmt) Note: all of the above programs will be articulated with partner community colleges

10 New Programs ( ) Future Considerations NursingNursing Digital MediaDigital Media Social WorkSocial Work Information and Computer ScienceInformation and Computer Science Note: all of the above programs will be articulated with partner community colleges

11 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility

12 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility Accountability

13 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility Accountability Innovation & Entrepreneurship

14 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility Accountability Innovation & Entrepreneurship Honoring and Respecting our Heritage

15 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility Accountability Innovation & Entrepreneurship Honoring and Respecting our Heritage Functioning in a Global Society

16 Reflecting Our Core Values Accessibility Accountability Innovation & Entrepreneurship Honoring and Respecting our Heritage Functioning in a Global Society Sustainability

17 Question 2: How can UHWO increase student participation and success? Students by Ethnicity

18 Student Body Characteristics Mean Age: 32.9 Gender and Age

19 Student Body Characteristics Local Address

20 Question 3: How will UHWO know it has succeeded? Assessment of Learning Outcomes: Pass rate of professional exams (e.g., CPA, Praxis Pass rate of professional exams (e.g., CPA, Praxis II, etc.) II, etc.) Cohort ranking of Collegiate Learning Assessment Cohort ranking of Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) relative to peer institutions (CLA) relative to peer institutions Quality of incoming freshmen (e.g., SAT, high Quality of incoming freshmen (e.g., SAT, high school GPA, etc.) school GPA, etc.) Preparedness for graduate training (e.g., GRE, Preparedness for graduate training (e.g., GRE, LSAT, GMAT) LSAT, GMAT) Employer ratings of graduates Employer ratings of graduates

21 Anticipated Enrollment Pearl City campus: Current ( ): 858Current ( ): 858 Projected ( ): 1,050 (22% increase)Projected ( ): 1,050 (22% increase) Projected ( ): 1,200 (14% increase)Projected ( ): 1,200 (14% increase) Kapolei campus: Projected ( ): 1,500 (25% increase)Projected ( ): 1,500 (25% increase) Projected ( ): 2,750 (83% increase)Projected ( ): 2,750 (83% increase) Projected (2015 >): 7,600Projected (2015 >): 7,600

22 Question 4: How will UHWO fund new initiatives? Scheduled tuition increasesScheduled tuition increases Reallocation of fundsReallocation of funds Federal grants (relating to underserved students, developing science and education programs, etc.)Federal grants (relating to underserved students, developing science and education programs, etc.) Private funding (e.g., Kresge Foundation, Lumina Foundation, etc.)Private funding (e.g., Kresge Foundation, Lumina Foundation, etc.) State appropriationState appropriation

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