Kauaâ€i Community College Strategic Plan 2002-2010

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  • Kauai Community College Strategic Plan 2002-2010
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  • Mission Statement Kauai Community College is an open access, post-secondary institution that serves the community of Kauai and beyond. We provide education/training in a caring, student-focused, and intellectually stimulating environment. This education/training contributes to the development of life-long learners who think critically, appreciate diversity, and lead successful, independent, socially responsible, and personally fulfilling lives.
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  • Whom Do We Serve?
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  • Educational Goals PROGRAM AREA Liberal Arts59248.4% Business Ed13210.8% Health Services 33 2.7% Public Services 37 3.0% Technology 82 6.7% Unclassified26721.8% No Data 81 6.6% TOTAL 1,224100.0% ATTENDANCE STATUS Full-Time44536.4% Part-Time77963.6% TOTAL 1,224 100.0%
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  • HOURS WORKED
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  • DEMOGRAPHICS ETHNICITY AGE Under 1865 5.3% 18-21 519 42.4% 22-29 237 19.4% 30-59 376 30.7% 60 and Over25 2.0% No data 2 0.2% TOTAL 1,224 100.0%
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  • ENROLLMENT TRENDS Fall 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Headcount1,1361,1421,052 1,185 1,224 FT 505 458 421 417 445 PT 631 684 631 768 779 SSH10,5059,8319,1619,38610,093 # Courses 159 167 164 159 174 # Classes 211 210 207 198 219 Av. class size 16 16 15 16 15 App. Processed 745 767 735 867 892
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  • STUDENT OUTCOMES GRADUATION 3 years after entry 1994-1998 cohort Full-time/First time Students UHCC Average15% Kauai CC22% PERSISTENCE UHCC average21% Kauai CC18% National graduation rate 29.7% (ACT)
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  • UNPREPARED STUDENTS
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  • How Do We Serve?
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  • INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS Comprehensive Community College Certificates and 2-year degrees AA Degree AS/AAS Degrees Certificates Achievement (1 year) Completion (23 credits or less) Academic Subject (at least 12 credits) Competence (9 credits or less and non-credit)
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  • Continuing Education Certificate of Competence Non-credit enrollment in certain credit classes Record of Training Contract Training Personal Development Cultural and Community Programs International Education
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  • Okinawan Prefectural School of Nursing
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  • UNIVERSITY CENTER Upper-division & graduate-level programs are offered on Kaua`i UHM, UHH, and UHWO deliver upper-division, graduate, and certificate programs to Kauai through distance learning.
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  • Degrees Available BA Business Administration BA English with Writing Emphasis BA Hawaiian Studies BA Information & Computer Science BA Liberal Studies BA Liberal Studies, Human Relations in Organizations BA Liberal Studies, Information Resource Management BA Psychology BA Social Sciences BED Elementary/Special Education BS Computer Science BS Nursing
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  • Certificates Certificate, Post Baccalaureate Secondary Education Certificate, Travel Industry Management Certificate, Substance Abuse & Addictions Studies Graduate Certificate, Telecommunication & Information Resource Management Certificate, Database Management
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  • Graduate Degrees Master of Accounting Master of Business Administration Master of Education, Counseling & Guidance, Rehabilitation Counseling Master of Education, Educational Administration Master of Education, Special Education Master of Science, Information & Computer Science Master of Science, Kinesiology & Leisure Science with Emphasis in Adapted Physical Education Master of Science, Nursing
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  • HOW DO WE PAY FOR IT? General Funds5,974,522 Tuitions and Fees1,493,116 GTSF Instruction 2,946,413293,407 Academic Support999,711145,066 Student Services559,396 35,360 Public Services265,539 80,000 Institutional Sup. 1,078,907 1,063,839
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  • HOW DO WE PAY FOR IT? Federal Funds5,741,000 Title III Native Hawaiian Serving Inst. HUD USDA Rural Development (USDOL) RTRF technology infrastructure
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  • STUDENT OUTCOMES
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  • DEGREES EARNED A.A.35 AS/AAS62 CA33 CC10 C of C12 Non-Credit Record of Training Massage Therapy 16 Community Home Health Nurses Aide 12 Medical Term. 10 External Licensure Nursing RN-93% LPN-100% AY 2001-2002
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  • Transfers to Other UH Units, Fall 2002
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  • TRANSFERS OUTSIDE OF UH SYSTEM 52 students transferred outside of UH 37 to 4-year institutions 15to 2-year institutions In 12 different states N ational Clearinghouse Data AY 2002
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  • FUTURE DIRECTIONS ISSUES AND STRATEGIES
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  • ENROLLMENT PROJECTION Fall semesters 2002*2003*2004200520062007 1,2241,2101,2921,3441,3911,422 Kauai Public HS Seniors 2002*20032004200520062007 543582648669650668 *Actual
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  • STUDENT PREPAREDNESS Low basic skills will continue to be an issue for the majority of students 60% at pre-algebra and below 40% below HS reading/writing Lack of clear career focus Risk factor for attrition Competing demands of work, family Scheduling, asynchronous access
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  • WORKFORCE NEEDS Continuing Statewide shortages in teaching and health careers Pacific Missile Range Facility and technology jobs Construction industry (new) Visitor Industry
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  • STRATEGIES ACCESS Outreach Marketing and Recruitment (target 1,350) Running Start expansion to CTE Working adult seeking credential or skills upgrade Enrollment Improve Placement and Scheduling Improve Retention-Case Management Improve Support Services, including special needs
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  • STRATEGIES LEARNING AND TEACHING Improve Articulation program to program integration Running Start Transfer General Ed Core Improve Curriculum Program Review with industry input Current technology Remediation Coordinated with Case Management Student Success Office
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  • STRATEGIES LEARNING AND TEACHING Student Learning Outcomes Assessment leading to program improvement Academic Support Integrate various support services developed through external funding into current services (Case Management) Resources Staff Development Technology infrastructure CIP Program Review and budgeting
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  • STRATEGIES WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT University Center Hybrid programs combining both credit and non-credit to customize to industry needs High demand occupations Health, teaching, technology
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  • STRATEGIES COMMUNITY Partnerships K-12 (2+2, outreach, academies, articulation) Agencies (WIA, Alu Like, DVR, DHS) CBOs and business organizations (Chamber, HCF, HHA, KCA, unions)
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  • STRATEGIES DIVERSITY Support for students with special needs Professional Development to improve faculty and staff awareness of and ability to effectively help OCET and credit program partnerships in international education
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  • HOW WILL WE PAY FOR IT? REALIGN Align activities with Strategic Plan REALLOCATE Program review evaluations of effective and ineffective activities RE-PURPOSE Re-describing current and vacant positions in line with strategies
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  • HOW WILL WE PAY FOR IT? Possible participation in systemwide priority requests in the Biennium Budget Continued pursuit of external contracts and grants Continued growth of OCET Fundraising
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