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  • 1. Strategic Plan 2002-2010 Leeward Community College
  • 2.
    • Take risks.
    • Assess our efforts.
    • Provide a nurturing environment.
    • Create a vital learning community.
  • 3. Our Campus Leeward Community College
  • 4. Our Students Enrollment Ethnicity Majors 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 5936 5765 5570 5259 5562 5918 -3% - 3% - 5% + 5% + 6% % Chg Japanese 14.6% Chinese 2.4% Korean 1.7% Filipino 24.5% Hawaiian/Part Hawaiian 14.6% Pacific Islander 2.6% Other Asian 1.0% Mixed Asian/Pac Islander 3.8% Hispanic 2.5% Caucasian 11.5% African American 1.8% Amer Indian/Alaska Native 0.4% Mixed Ethnicity 18.6% Gen & Pre-Professional 72.9% Vocational Ed 17.9% Unclassified 9.2%
  • 5. Our Students DOE High Schools Enrollment Status Fall 2000 2001 2002 Part-Time 50.0% 51.5% 53.2% Full-Time 50.0% 48.5% 46.8% Central & Leeward Districts 2002 Enrolling at Leeward Total HS Grad # Rate Pearl City 356 116 33% Mililani 467 93 20% Waipahu 461 85 18% Campbell 455 82 18% Aiea 327 62 19% Leilehua 364 53 15% Waianae 364 53 15% Moanalua 409 51 13% Radford 286 39 14% Nanakuli 182 16 9% Waialua 102 11 11% Total 3672 661 18%
  • 6. Our Mission
    • Access
    • Learning and Teaching
    • Workforce Development
    • Personal Development
    • Community Development
    • Diversity
  • 7. The Planning Process Strategic Plan 2002 - 2010
  • 8. Convergence of Planning Assessment Strategic Plan 2002 - 2010 Accreditation Yearly review, monitoring, evaluation & assessment Budgetary Planning
  • 9.
    • inclusive and participatory
    • shared, value-based vision
    • clear and easy to read
    • drive the budget and lead to specific actions
    • include methods for implementation and clear measures of success
    Strategic Plan
  • 10.
    • Process began in Summer 2001
    • Campus Wide Steering Committee
      • Development of Goals, Objectives and Action Plans
    • Open Forums and Discussions
      • Community Input
      • Alignment with UH Strategic Plan
    • Drafts, Revisions & Campus-wide Voting
    • Approval in May 2002 by Faculty Senate and Campus Council
    Strategic Plan
  • 11. The Planning Context Strategic Plan 2002 - 2010
  • 12. External Factors
    • Population Increase
      • 71,000 students in Leeward and Central Districts
      • 49% of O‘ahu’s DOE schools are in our service area, representing 58% of O‘ahu’s enrollment and 31% of all Native Hawaiian students statewide
      • 55% of “schools with status” under Title I are in Leeward & Central O‘ahu
  • 13. External Factors
    • Information technology and telecommunications
    • Global citizens with an understanding and appreciation for the international community
    • Crisis in Department of Education
      • students under-prepared for college
      • growing need for teachers
  • 14. External Factors
    • Hawai‘i’s economy
      • demise of sugar industry
      • unemployment rate
    • WASC Accreditation requirements
      • Assessment
      • Community Colleges reorganization
  • 15. Internal Factors
    • Enrollment patterns
      • highest percentage of Filipino students
      • largest number of Hawaiian and part-Hawaiian students (899)
      • nearly half of new students need remediation
      • substantial proportion of students are first-generation college students
      • Digital Media/TV Pro are fastest growing programs
  • 16. Internal Factors
    • Working to decrease reliance on state general funding
      • positions in fund development, marketing and grants writing
        • More than $7 million in external grants
      • Office of Continuing Education & Workforce Development
  • 17. Internal Factors
    • Increase in Distance Education enrollment
    • Significant investment in IT and telecomm infrastructure
    • Active partnerships with Leeward and Central District DOE
    • Thirty-five year old campus
    • Backlog of maintenance and repair projects
  • 18. Goals & Objectives Strategic Plan 2002 - 2010
  • 19. Goal A: Provide opportunities for the pursuit of knowledge, personal enrichment, and creativity Objective: 1. Provide life-long learning and development of essential skills ACTION PLANS
    • Institute an information literacy program
    • Develop new course in ethnobotany
    • Develop and offer AAS Degree in Digital Media
    2. Develop effective teaching methodologies and delivery modes
    • Develop five new “technology - intensive” courses
    • Provide online delivery of Business Tech and ICS courses
    • Develop hybrid courses integrating technology into delivery method
  • 20. Goal A: Provide opportunities for the pursuit of knowledge, personal enrichment, and creativity Objective: 3. Facilitate job placement ACTION PLANS 4. Promote understanding of and a respect for different cultures
    • Establish a Job Placement Office
    • Data collection on employment of LCC students
    • Establish an Alumni network for job opportunities
    • Integrate International Festival with Theatre season
    • Strengthen Hawaiian Studies Program
    • Increase outreach to Filipino community
  • 21. Goal B: Stimulate the cultural and intellectual life of the community by providing artistic, professional, and enrichment opportunities Objective: 1. Provide facilities, services, and activities to communities ACTION PLANS Objective: 2. Provide non-credit and short-term training
    • Offer an economic diversification workshop series
    • Develop a Summer Arts Program
    • Design an interdisciplinary Waimomi Watershed Center
    • Offer voice recognition courses
    • Develop a non-credit performing arts classes
    • Offer non-credit courses in native plants, health and marine biology
  • 22. Goal C: Improve educational effectiveness Objective: 1. Improve and broaden scope of assessment ACTION PLANS
    • Create an Office of Policy, Planning and Assessment
    • Provide assessment training for faculty & staff
    • Hire an additional Institutional Researcher for
    • Instructional Program Reviews
  • 23. Goal C: Improve educational effectiveness Objective: 2. Institute comprehensive strategic student enrollment management program ACTION PLANS 3. Develop a comprehensive marketing plan
    • Develop an “early alert” retention program
    • Develop an online orientation program
    • Create a recruitment officer position
    • Redesign college website
    • Establish a Marketing Officer position
    • Develop web-based CD ROMS for promotional use
    • Revise publications for more consistent message
  • 24. Goal C: Improve educational effectiveness Objective: 4. Ensure availability of high-quality resources and services to support learning ACTION PLANS
    • Establish an Innovation Center for Teaching & Learning
    • Implement on-line tutoring program
    • Reorganize IT department
    • Establish a wireless laptop lab
  • 25. Goal D: Build partnerships Objective: 1. Improve inter-campus and intra-campus communication ACTION PLANS
    • Develop campus intranet
    • Improve on-campus displays and signs
    • Increase exposure of College activities in University media
  • 26. Goal D: Build partnerships Objective: 2. Improve articulation of courses and programs ACTION PLANS
    • Offer Digital Media courses at high schools
    • Develop an Associate in Arts in Teaching degree
    • Offer in-service technology training for DOE
    • Design “Writing for Classroom Teachers” course for current & prospective teachers
  • 27. Goal D: Build partnerships Objective: 3. Develop and strengthen local and global connections ACTION PLANS
    • Establish a Center for International Education
    • Establish an English as a Second Language Institute
    • Strengthen partnership with Kamehameha Schools
    • and the Youth Challenge Program
  • 28. Goal E: Acquire and manage resources efficiently Objectives: 1. Develop additional sources of internal and external funding 2. Recruit, retain highly qualified personnel ACTION PLANS
    • Establish fiscal support positions for extramural grants
    • Develop effective evaluation for all staff and administration
    • Fill vacant math instructor positions
  • 29. Goal E: Acquire and manage resources efficiently Objectives: 3. Manage, improve, and upgrade physical facilities ACTION PLANS
    • Implement a computer-based facilities management system
    • Replace furniture in two classrooms annually
    • Revise classroom utilization policies
    • Update photography lab
  • 30. Paying for the Plan Strategic Plan 2002 - 2010
  • 31. Cost of Unprioritized Action Plans *($ 6,000,000) -- CIP REQUEST 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Goal 1 $ 318,484 $548,330 $328,150 $ 602,150 $ 607,500 Goal 2 $ 6,097,800 *(6,000,000) $ 65,303 $ 60,000 $ 60,000 $60,000 Goal 3 $ 227,400 $ 535,153 $ 647,700 $ 607,400 $ 106,300 Goal 4 $ 151,352 $ 136,732 $ 154,681 $ 133,066 $ 106,300 Goal 5 $ 71,300 $ 283, 000 $ 386,000 $ 273,000 $ 273,000 TOTAL $ 866,336 $ 1,568,518 $ 1,576,531 $ 1,675,616 $ 1,152,100
  • 32.  
  • 33. Operating Budget ACTUAL FY03 PROJECTED FY04 Expenditures: General Fund 14,370,982 14,407,476 Tuition and Fees SF 2,657,423 3,057,385 CC Special Fund 3,867,663 3,825,292 TOTAL 20,896,068 21,290,153 Resources: General Fund Allocation 12,833,638 13,047,476 Tuition and Fees 4,109,634 4,417,385 Non-Credit Revenues 2,776,543 2,800,000 Summer Session 845,926 850,000 Other 330,327 175,292 TOTAL 20,896,068 21,290,153
  • 34. to help people learn Leeward Community College