Acks, Pat Adams, Scott Broadbent, Margaret Christensen, Kathryn Fletcher, Steve
George, Sharane Gomes for Vaughn Baker, Pam Hoopii, Diane Meyer, Karen Muraoka,
Jeannie Pezzoli, Suzette Robinson, ClydeSakamoto, Frances Segundo, Mona Stevenson, Alvin Tagomori, David Tamanaha, Dorothy Tolliver
introduced Dr. Margaret Christiansen, Webmaster.Margaret has been working on redesigning
MCC’s webpage.She presented a rough draft of the new design.The following suggestions were made to add to the new design.
a text version…already planned for Bobby/ADA compliance
sponsors, e.g. website sponsors.
schedule of classes.MCC currently has
two versions, printed and live on Banner.Students should be able to easily click to live version to obtain current information on
to be accessible to students with various disabilities.
student services up somehow to emphasize recruiting.
“What’s new” pop up with different pictures based on relevance.
used by MCC faculty/staff should be accessible to campus only - block or password
News/announcements somewhat like News at UH (webpage should serve as a
communications channel for campus to community)
be able to click on to UH webpage.
a calendar of events to show daily activities.
through Accreditation information so WASC colleagues can click on information
Outreach sites more visible
a webcam for dynamic visuals
will be invited back to present updates.
Graduate Survey: Jeannie Pezzoli
distributed a graph indicating
where graduates plan to continue their education.Karen Muraoka will continue updates on the College of Education.We need to look at baccalaureate options in
demand areas into which MauiCC students would like to continue.Alvin will assist in getting information on
students. A Data Portfolio for accreditation will be placed on reserve in the
Library. Accreditation is the driver for data collection and how data are
organized.Suzette and Jeannie will
discuss further with unit chairs and report back to the Executive Committee.
Budget Details:APT matching, $28k to TCUP computers proposed
David Tamanaha is still working on the
budget.When done, we will have a
clearer picture of our collective bargaining, assessments, payroll lag,
and other obligations.We will
not know our actual budget restriction levels until September.
Administrators have discussed setting aside
$20,000 matching funds for APT’s whose programs have difficulty providing
the compensation resources available.Administrators will be discussing further.
TCUP program requested college
contribution of $28,000 for upgrading computers.
Enrollment Update:Alvin Tagomori
as of July 21 is 2317.Suzette and unit
chairs have added classes and are advertising for lecturers.
Lahaina Education Center/Bio Tech
with the Lahaina Education Center.RDP
is supporting this project.West Maui
students may be able to participate by late September or October.
Swap Meet/Farmer’s Market/Kaahumanu
Also moving forward with the Swap Meet which may bring
in a revenue stream of 30-40 thousand dollars.Swap meets will be held in the keawe grove and sump next to
Kahului Beach Road.Currently addressing
liability issues and have made accommodations for flood zone designation.There may be opportunities for the Business
Career programs to participate.The site will be maintained by swap meet
organizers from the MACC entrance to Harbor
Lights or further.
Farmer’s Market:Looking at the possibility of having a farmer’s market right outside and
around the Pa`ina building.Clyde has
met with Joey Char, Manager of Kaahumanu Center, who will be taking the idea of
an MCC storefront to
the Kaahumanu Center Board.Perhaps a
possible site for bookstore during Student
Center renovation as well as MCC Program products in culinary, ag, fashion
tech, ceramics, etc.
on and off-campus
met with Mike Foley and will be meeting with the Mayor and Department Heads to
fast-track permitting to allow project to
be completed by Fall ‘06.There may be
other developers who are interested in partnering to
construct more student housing on private and MCC property.
Two community meetings have been held with no serious
community objections.We are going ahead
with the permitting process.Asking for
more budget information and will be presenting it to
procurement, ORS, and then to President and
BOR if necessary.
The Hawaii Supreme Court has stated that in the case of
sexual harassment that even the first incident should result in severe disciplinary
action and possible termination.Committee members were asked to inform
personnel that we will have zero tolerance for
unwanted touching.There will be a sexual harassment training
workshop held on the first week back.All staff should be encouraged to
attend.If anyone hears of any
incidents, they should inform their respective dean/director.
A draft of
the Special Projects Assistant was emailed to committee members for review.The original
draft was also distributed to committee members for review.Committee members were asked to submit comments to Clyde by Friday, July 23.We will be moving ahead with this
position.The position will be paid out
of the Research and Training Revolving Funds.This position will be supported only as funds are available.We hope that this position will be self
supporting over a period of time.
Frances Segundo asked for a copy of the staffing plan and noted that
Computing Services is in need of additional personnel.
Chancellors are looking at a
combination of g-funded requests that might translate into Legislators possibly providing support to tuition waivers in terms of student
They are also looking at a
combination of tuition and fee increases.They are seeking resources to meet student needs in a more
sustainable and effective way.
A Board of Regents workshop
will be conducted in August, after which more specifics on UH System
financing strategies will be shared
senior and junior commission representatives will be meeting on July 23 to review next steps that will be
required of MCC to move ahead with initial accreditation for the ABIT
program.This may include an
accreditation team visit in Spring, ’05.The commission will identify report preparation requirements for an
ACCJC Progress Report
will have another draft available soon.
Long Range Development Plan
working with unit chairs.The plan needs
to be completed as soon as possible, to present at the November Board
meeting on Maui.
discussion is required.Summer session
is very profitable.John Pye is doing a pilot
to determine feasibility of completing
material in a shorter number of weeks with the same total number of instructional hours.