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Taking Stock of Maui Community College. New Vocabulary Updated Assumptions Evolved Processes Changes in Context Strategic Plan Directed Photos/Wind. Community Drivers. Cost of Living Highest in the State Economic Development and Diversification Agenda

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Taking stock of maui community college

Taking Stock of Maui Community College

New Vocabulary

Updated Assumptions

Evolved Processes

Changes in Context

Strategic Plan Directed

Photos/Wind


Community drivers
Community Drivers

  • Cost of Living Highest in the State

  • Economic Development and Diversification Agenda

  • “Maui” Brand, Molokai Enterprise Community, Lanai the Private Island

  • Environmental Issues

  • Public Education Challenges

  • Drugs/Family Abuse

  • Aging Infrastructure

  • Baccalaureate Needs

  • Population Growth:

    • Maui County’s Population grew by 73% over the last 20 years: 77,100 in 1982; 134,139 in 2002


Higher education landscape in maui county
Higher Education Landscape in Maui County

  • MCC Students grew by 31% from 2,287 to 2,996 students over same 20 year period

    • 23% Filipino, 22% Hawaiian

    • 65% Part-time, 35% Full-time

    • 65% Female, 35% Male


Higher education assets in maui county
Higher Education Assets in Maui County

  • Premier Resorts (Maui and Lanai)

  • Solar Observation Site

    • Educational Telescope (Faulkes)

    • DOD Advanced Electro-Optical Surveillance Telescope

    • Potential Advanced Technology Solar Telescope

  • On-island Supercomputer Capacity

  • Maui Writers’ Conference

  • Private and Public Partners in all Sectors

  • Broad Community Support

  • Cable TV and County-wide Interactive TV Access


  • Mcc recently developed assets
    MCC Recently Developed Assets

    • Expanded and Improved Facilities

    • Created and/or Strengthened Partnerships (Agora, HIPac Wind, MLP, CfAO, DoD Contractors, A&B, County, MEDB, etc.)

    • Increased Grant Awards from $5.5m in FY ’03 to $10.6m FY ’05 (est.)

    • Revisited and Revised MCC Mission and Strategic Plan


    Revised college mission
    Revised College Mission

    Maui Community College is a learning centered institution that provides affordable, high quality credit and non-credit educational opportunities to a diverse community of lifelong learners.


    Issues and problems
    Issues and Problems

    • Utilities Shortfall

    • Increasing Deferred Repairs and Maintenance

    • Infrastructure shortfall, Clerical, APT, IT Specs, Janitors, Maintenance, Groundskeepers and Core faculty

    • Aging equipment with no replacement funds

    • Need for inter-island travel with increasing airfares

    • Special and revolving fund program deficits

    • Minimal supply and operating funds

    • Lack of staff development funds



    Note.-- Ratio of MauCC G-funded counselors (n=4) to FTE (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Custodial Workload Analysis (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    How can mcc better meet state needs
    How can MCC better meet State Needs? (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • Restore and develop higher education infrastructure

      • Student Center Renovation

      • Science Building

      • Electricity System Replacement

      • Allied Health Facility

    • Address present Workforce Shortage and Prepare for Future Needs (Health Care, Teachers, Social Workers, Construction Workers, etc.)

    • Support Economic Development and Diversification

    • Develop and Anticipate opportunities

      • Broadband Distance Education

      • Long Term Care

      • Sustainability Movement

    Note.-- Goundskeeper count is for Kahului campus; excludes dorms and outreach.


    How can mcc increase student participation and success
    How can MCC increase student participation and success? (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • Restore marketing and enrollment management

    • Strengthen student retention and persistence through counseling and other student support services

    • Restore instructional support through faculty and ancillary (computing, learning lab, library staff support) positions

    • Attract students to new programs grounded in community needs offering well-compensated positions

    • Improve learning environment through campus facilities and grounds support


    How will we recognize success
    How will we Recognize Success? (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • Student participation will represent at least % of County population

    • Student access from high schools will represent at least % of County’s graduating class

    • Graduates will be able to successfully demonstrate 90 % proficiency of MCC’s Learning Outcomes

    • At least 85% of our CTE graduates seeking work will be employed in their field within one year of completing their degrees

    • Student and Employer Satisfaction (CCSSE, Graduate/Leaver Surveys)

    • Transfer rates (UH System, Clearinghouse Data)


    How will mcc fund new initiatives
    How will MCC fund New Initiatives? (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • General Fund Biennium Budget Requests

    • Student Resident and Nonresident tuition

    • Moving programs towards sustainability wherever feasible

    • Reallocations among programs

    • Enlisting extramural support from Federal, County, and Private Sector sources

    • Developing Partnerships with Public and Private Employers


    Turn Challenges into Opportunities (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • Generate Revenues and Energy:

      • Convert $1 million power expense into initiative for on campus demonstration energy park

      • Reverse Culinary costs and deficit into resource center introducing an emphasized financial management component to culinary curriculum

      • Reverse Agriculture decline through a Sustainable Ag and Ag R&D initiative with MLP, HC&S, Maui Cattle Co., and other farmers

      • Strengthen Oral Care support and prepare for Nursing and Long-term Care Needs


    Increase educational capital of the state
    Increase Educational Capital of the State (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Expand workforce development
    Expand Workforce Development (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Assist in economic diversification
    Assist in Economic Diversification (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Address underserved regions populations
    Address Underserved Regions/Populations (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Other urgent priorities
    Other Urgent Priorities (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


    Reallocations
    Reallocations (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.

    • Consolidation of existing Carpentry, Building Maintenance, Drafting, Welding and Sustainable Technology vocational programs into a new Construction Technology Program


    Mahalo and questions
    Mahalo and Questions . . . (1,672 in F05) is the highest and least desirable.


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