The Hawai‘i Graduation Initiative (HGI) focuses on increasing the number of educated citizens within the state of Hawaiʻi, particularly those from underserved populations and regions. HGI’s overarching goal is to meet the Statewide P-20 goal of increasing the percentage of Hawaiʻi’s population with an associate’s or bachelor’s from the current low 40% range to 55% by 2025. Its strategies are intimately tied to six of ten UH Strategic Direction measures below and represent the University’s commitment to support increased student participation and completion. Go to http://www.hawaii.edu/strategicdirections/ to learn more about the Strategic Directions 2015-2021 adopted by the University. In addition to the measures and goals, a dynamic dashboard is available to help us better understand who is being retained, who is graduating and who is continuing their education at another institution.
NEW! Graduation and Success Dashboard
The retention, graduation and success dashboard allows the user to select gender, ethnicity, major and other characteristics and look at the success of the particular group. To protect student identities, data for groups of less than five students are not shown. Click on the image below to access the dashboard.
Two dashboards are available: (1) graduation and retention rates; and (2) success rates (graduation plus transfer rates)
Definitions of terms can be found by clicking on the Information Panel icon and hovering over the term.
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UPDATED HGI Related Strategic Outcomes / Performance Measures
- Summary of Strategic Directions Efficiency Measures 2016
- Total UH Degrees & Certificates of Achievement Earned
- Graduation and Success Rates 4-year Campuses(IPEDS)
- Graduation and Success Rates (SAM)
- Enrollment to Degree Gap for Native Hawaiian Students
- Enrollment to Degree Gap for Pell Recipient Students
- Number of STEM Degrees