Strategic Planning

Office of the Vice President for Community CollegesStrategic Planning and Assessment website (beta release):  http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/OVPCC/strategic_planning/index.php

College Council Endorses Strategic Directions 2015-21!  http://blog.hawaii.edu/hawcccollegecouncil/files/2016/01/HawCC-Strategic-Directions-2015-2021-FINAL-2015-12-08.pdf

UH System Strategic Plan Announced  http://hawaii.edu/strategicdirections/

Hawaii Community College Strategic Plan: 2008-2015 http://hawaii.hawaii.edu/docs/HawCCStrategicPlan_2008-2015_10-29-09.pdf

HawCC Strategic Outcomes and Performance Measures 2008-2015 listed with funding sources and responsible parties.

Academic Year 2010-2011:  AY 2010-2011 Closing the Loop – Strategic Outcomes 2008-2015 Action Strategies.

Academic Year 2011-2012:  The College Council is reviewing and updating the Strategic Plan: 2008-2015. This is a collective effort for continuous evaluation and documentation of the strategic outcomes and performance measures.

Council Members are asking their constituencies to reflect back to academic year 2011-2012 and document any additional efforts done to fulfill the action strategies. This month we are working on Goal A – Strategic Outcome: Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment (A1) and Hawaii’s Educational Capital (A2). All feedback and comments are due by October 12, 2012 to your Representative.

Here is what we have gathered so far for the 2011-2012 academic year.   2011-2012 HawCC Strategic Plan Progress Report – May 2012

Vice President John Morton’s Spring 2012 presentation:  VPCC Spring 2012 HawCC Presentation

During the 2010-2011 academic year, the College Council reviewed the Strategic Outcomes 2008-2015 Action Strategies.  Members solicited feedback from their constituencies to determine how each program/unit had implemented the action strategies.  The feedback shared has been recorded on the Strategic Outcomes 2008-2015 Action Strategies  spreadsheet.

During the 2011-2012 academic year, the College Council will review the action strategies in more depth.  The Council is committed to consistent, continuous evaluation and improvement of the action strategies to improve student learning and success.