Executive Committee Meeting

August 13, 2010

9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Ka Lama 102

 

NOTES

 

Attendance:   Herman Andaya,  David Grooms, Kerry Holokai, Kaleikoa Ka`eo, Lincoln Spenser, Ed Tanji, John McKee, Diane Meyer, Liane Koga for Karen Muraoka, Clyde Sakamoto, Cathy Bio for Alvin Tagomori

 

I.                    Enrollment and Revenue Report

Date

 

 

Fall Enrollment

 

 

 

Last Year

Continuing Students (Spring to Fall)

% Continuing

(Spring to Fall)

Applications (Fall)

Last Year

7/06/10

3503

2998

2233

55%

2662

2254

7/09/10

3588

3083

2255

55.1%

2724

2296

7/23/10

3589

3194

2146

52.4%

2941

2531

8/3/10

3830

3484

 

 

3062

2767

8/12/10

3996

3686

2281

55.7%

3141

2940

                               

7.9% increase from last year – in the past,                           

 

                                Program Enrollments (handout, as of yesterday) – projections from program

                                coordinators

                                                Automotive Technology – full

                                                Early Childhood – numbers still not separated

 

                                Early Childhood – classes are full - nearly all students are continuing       

                                               

                                Students can still register even if they don’t have financial aid.

 

Summer Enrollment

Date

Enrollment

Last Year

7/06/10

634

804

7/09/10

637

818

7/23/10

653

833

8/3/10

657

821

8/13/10

 

 

                                Decrease of 24%                               

 

Revenues - Fall 2010

Date

Fall ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

Debit Balance

July 23, 2010

$2,959,730

 

 

 

August 3, 2010

 

 

 

 

August 13, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

*Target Revenue for Fall ’10 (factoring in level enrollment with 11.3% rate increase - $3,669,000

 

Summer Revenues

Date

Summer ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

June 21, 2010

600,201

 

-10.8%

June 29, 2010

$600,973

 

-10.5%

July 23, 2010

 

 

 

August 3, 2010

 

 

 

August 13, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

II.                  SYEP

A.      89 signed up and 5 more will be trained next week

B.      Lloyd announced that program may be extended…another $5 M coming in (possibly in late September)

C.      With new funding, interns working in the school may be able to get paid through the program

D.      Full-time students must drop to part-time work once the semester starts.  Priority will continue to go to full time students.

III.                Reports from Vice Chancellors or Designees

A.      Administrative Services

B.      Student Services

C.      Academic Affairs: including report on average completion rates by Departments

                                                             1.      Cisco – Van showcasing tech gadgets.  Will be on campus on August 18, 2010, Session start at 1pm, 2pm, & 3pm, in front of Ka`a`ike

                                                             2.      Class Completion for Programs (Handout) – persistence numbers start at the class level. 

1.       Numbers indicate that we should focus on developmental math.

2.       Debbie to create a more readable spreadsheet.

                                                             3.      New lecturers for math

1.       We now have 23 full time faculty and 19 lecturers and in math

2.       President Obama, during his speech at the University of Texas, mentioned the program at Cleveland State and that there should be focus on remedial math instruction.  Model is a lab approach,  aimed

IV.                Update on Biennium Budget

A.      Releasing funds by quarter

                                                             1.      Will especially supporting programs such as student life (taken from marketing)

B.      Merit Scholarship

                                                             1.      Since the program is new, not very many students have been taking advantage of this scholarship.  The push for this program (through marketing) will come in the Spring

C.      Handout

                                                             1.      General Funded Initiatives (6 new positions)

1.       Will still need to go before the board

                                                             2.      Strategic Based Outcomes

1.       Rewards campuses that are performing

a.       UHCC has exceeded goals for degrees/certificates (board approved)

b.      UHCC exceeded goals for Native Hawaiian degrees

c.       STEM – underperformed this year

2.       Will need to meet each of our goals in order to receive distribution system wide funding.

3.       John Morton to work on including transfers for UHMC to include students that move from lower division to upper division

4.       Market Baccalaureate degrees and have transfer come to us as well

5.       Early admit students are not included in our count

6.       Weighted – may be weighted in more than one category

7.       Positions – unbudgeted temps – will be allowed based on availability of funds

8.       Mindful that when the economy grows stronger, enrollments may decrease.

9.       Native Hawaiians – graduating, transferring  (triple word score)

 

V.                  Netbook Project Update: Report on Number of Netbooks purchased thus far

 

A.      Publicity is now out, inquiries from students

 

B.      Diane to ask if we will have access to reports on number of computers purchased by our students.

 

VI.                Convocation Preparation: E Ho’omai? – Kalei to inform group

 

A.      Kalei to send out words to E Ho`omai through Maui Announcement

 

B.      Change time to 8:00 a.m. for breakfast.  Program to start at 9:00 a.m.

                                                             1.      DG to organize a thank you breakfast for SYEP.  CS to fund through TFSF (or Foundation)

C.      Breakfast and music by Terina Liu with Video Reprise in the Background

                                                             1.      DG to check with Slattery (guitar mic, etc) for Terena

D.      Oli - Kalei

E.       Recognition of New Faculty, Staff, Service Awards, Excellence Awardees,  Retirees;

                                                             1.      Retirees will be given a certificate for their service.  Faculty and staff are invited to sign the certificates.

 

F.       State of the College: Progress on Vision (Values, Enrollment, PIN, MMSU, Bellwether, ISISA, Sci Bldg/Renovation; $3.996 m, O&M/SYEP, ATD,  etc.) Biennium Budget Report; President Obama and Head Custodian message;

G.     Lowering Peak Usage/ESCO, China Reports

                                                             1.      Lowering peak usage on days that are warm.  Since the electric company bases our rates on our peak usages, we are encouraged to lower our peak usage during the summer. 

H.      China Reports

I.        JM – WASC: campus vision and celebration - visioning exercise

                                                             1.      Coincide with strategic plan update       

                                                             2.      Achieving the Dream

J.        Goal is to start at 9am and end at 11am.

 

VII.              Announcements

 

A.      Pre-Engineering Grant

                                                             1.      Awarded 4 year grant.  Our portion is $1m over 4 years.  Native Hawaiian students – engineering ready.   Cohort of 40-45 students (calculus)

 

B.      Bellwether Consortium

 

C.      Dental Accreditation

                                                             1.      Approved accreditation with no recommendation

 

D.      SLIM Executive Director

                                                             1.      Jennifer Scirico – PhD candidate from Georgia Tech

 

E.       English Instructor

                                                             1.      Michelle

 

F.       Math Instructor

                                                             1.      Samantha Schwartz

 

G.     Transition Specialist – Perkins funded

                                                             1.      Business careers, host, accounting

                                                             2.      Nicole Iwasaki

 

H.      ABIT Instructor

                                                             1.      Debasis Battacharya

1.       Experience in Microsoft and Oracle

2.       MBA, JD, MIT graduate

 

VIII.            Vacancies

A.      Director of Marketing

B.      COOP

 

IX.                Fall Preparation

A.      John McKee to be Acting Chancellor

B.      Classroom – During the summer, classes have been outfitted with multi-media equipment for instructor and student use.

 

X.                  TLC Director

A.      JM – looking into it. 

B.      Position is included in the re-organization

C.      Considering expanding the duties of the position

D.      Have not seen evidence that this position affects persistence and retention

 

 

XI.                Other Items