Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
Engineering and Technology proposal
to the latest reports, the number of high school students is shrinking,
while the number of high school students entering Maui CC is climbing.
growth funds are expected to continue; over $200,000 worth of new classes
were offered last year.
UHCC system small class enrollment report, Maui CC showed the greatest
decrease in small classes offered (-4%).
should be advised to register early and pay their tuition and fees,
using the payment plan if necessary, to secure a space in classes they
need for Fall 2009. Students need to be sure that they are taking
enough credits to qualify for the payment plan.
reported that the system will purge students in mid-July and early
reported that she has had students drop out of school this semester for
reported today’s enrollment is 3,320; we will need to discuss how we
will monitor enrollment when the economy improves and how we will retain
suggestion is to offer more internships and hands-on training
funds for Maui County will finance three programs: adult with $90,386:
youth with $22,033; and dislocated worker with $265,182.
money for adult and dislocated worker programs must be spent by June 30,
2009; the money for youth programs can be used for summer employment.
is on health care and green sustainability. Each campus will send one
representative to working groups on the two subjects.
Johnson will serve on health care group; the other person will be
selected from those working with sustainability.
will discuss system and campus goals; goal is to create short and long
term plans to build training capacity and make projects sustainable.
and Mark Hoffman presented the AET proposal to the Chancellors, who
are to have John Morton will take the proposal to the Board of Regents
April 16. If it is supported, the college will send a sub-change to the
WASC senior commission.
change for college to be discussed after accreditation of AET degree.
to a new IRS policy, employment immediately after retirement will no
longer be permitted. This includes casual hires, lecturers, and
independent contractors and affects all funding sources, including
grants. The UHCC office will formulate and send out a policy statement
and process; will become effective January 2010.
Conference on campus today; will feature workshops on history, culture,
music, arts, leadership, and education as they relate to the Filipino
community. Alvin to give opening welcome speech; Suzette to speak to
participants in the afternoon.
will run an ad in the newspaper for lecturers
will be asked to advise students to register early.
will ask faculty at the Academic Senate if they are losing students due to