Faculty Handbook


Faculty Overview

Getting Started

Classroom Concerns

Problem Solving Information

Professional Development




Faculty Overview

KCC Strategic Plan

Academic Freedom & Responsibility

Professional Ethics

Abbreviations & Jargon

Kapi'olani Community College is a public two-year, open-door institution which offers comprehensive vocational and liberal arts programs at low tuition cost, with emphasis on quality teaching, educational guidance, and responsiveness to the community.

In the student body of 7,000, 49% are pursuing an AA degree and 62% are attending college part-time. The student population is 58% female, with a mean age of 25.1 (although 12% of students are over 35). The ethnic background of students reflects both the diversity of Hawaii and the international emphasis of the college: a nearly equal percentage (14%) are Hawaiian, Filipino, and Caucasian; 21% are Japanese, and 13% choose the designation “mixed”. Further demographic information can be found in the Fall 2004 Enrollment Report.




Updated: 01.11.06  
Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Technology
Email: celtt@hawaii.edu