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1 A College Conversation with Chancellor Cox November 12, 2009

2  Educational Effectiveness and Student Success  A learning Research and Service Network  A model Local, Regional and Global University  Investment in Faculty, Staff, Students and Their Environment  Resources and Stewardship

3  Of our 243 additional students (22%): ◦ 33% are through increased persistence from spring 09 (lower than the system) ◦ 14% student increase in recent high school grads ◦ 60% are returning students and other adults (higher than the system) ◦ International students increased from 3 to 7

4  75% courses with identified SLOs  15% of Courses with regular SLO assessment  92% of Programs with SLOs  22% Programs with SLOs assessment  89% Degrees with identified SLOs  21% with regular SLO assessment

5  A Successful Learning Community increased completion rates to 65% English and 75% HWST  Peer tutors in gatekeeper courses increased success rate or NH students from 54% to 83%  NH students Math/science lab students had a 50% success rate.

6 ItemRank Compared to Other Small Colleges Active and Collaborative Learning 78% Student Effort69% Academic Challenge61% Student-Faculty Interaction45% Support for Learners87%

7  Goal of 80% success rate for Dev. Ed. Students who complete one course by 2015. Current rate in 2007/08 is about 60%  Goal of full-time students who complete at least 20 credits with GPA of >= 2 by end of first year 48%. Current percentage is 41%

8  Student Retention/Success of All Students and Particularly ◦ Native Hawaiian Students ◦ Remedial/Developmental Students ◦ Non-traditional Students in Career and Technical Programs ◦ Increased Completion of Degrees, Certificates, and Licensure ◦ Increased Transfer Rate

9  Relevant Curriculum Development ◦ Sustainability/Green Jobs ◦ Health ◦ STEM ◦ DOE-KCC English Alignment ◦ Distance Education

10  Completion of ◦ Course and Program Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) ◦ Course Action Forms (CAFs)  Assessment Activities and Analysis

11  Increased Job Placement and/or Performance through ◦ Revised or New Curriculum ◦ Better Coordination with Business and Industry

12  Fostering Global Understanding and Intercultural Competence  Increased Enrollment and Success of International Students

13  Professional Development Directed to Any of the Above Goals  Enriching Student Experience, Particularly Directed to Any of the Above Goals  Increasing the Efficiency, Effectiveness and Sustainability of the KCC Environment

14  Reduce Deferred Maintenance  Address Health and Safety Issues  Promote Sustainability

15  The National Conversation tells us that faculty- student interaction and student cohorts are important factors in student success. A learning community addresses these factors.  I teach English. I want to try a learning community with Hawaiian Studies to increase faculty-student interaction, student-student interaction. and linked content. In order to develop the curriculum, I request reassigned time in the APRU

16  I run the pilot and compare results with how my non-learning community class performed.  Based on the analysis of the results, I continue, revise (maybe another APRU item), or abandon.  I have probably impacted the overall student success rate.

17  I have done work at an institution in India.  I decide to form a partnership in my area of Hospitality and Tourism with that institution  I request funding for a funds to hold a virtual conference with appropriate faculty and staff at each institution through an APRU.  At the conference, we develop a program that brings students from India to KCC for summer credit courses in Hospitality and Tourism and English.

18  I work in Culinary and a low-impact, sustainable operation is important to me.  I request funds to establish a high- temperature composting system through the APRU  The results of this system are that there is less waste, and the College has generated some of the compost necessary for the grounds.  I can document the decline in waste volume and increase in usable compost.

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