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 First 8 Prio= rities   Other Priori= ties   Sheet3 
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Comm Fac/Sta= ff Total Obj Actio= n Strategy Respon= sible Person Team Le= ader Team = Members
A. 16 32 48 5.2 Align education policies with sustainable island living, working, and recreatio= n. Clyde Sakamoto Ann Emmsley Kathy Fletcher, Ann Emmsley, Kahele Dukelow, Malia Davidson, Herb Coyle
B. 8 40 48 1.1 Develop graduates who can learn new things, think critically, behave ethically and adapt to change. Suzette Robinson Robyn Klein Robyn Klein, Renee Riley, Kate Acks, Doris Casey, Jim White, Carol Petith-Zbici= ak
C. 11 36 47 1.1 Provide students with access to a seamless UH system with full articulation betwe= en all campuses. flo wiger Colleen Shishido Hiroko DeLeon, Michael Takemoto, Colleen Shishido, Debbie Nakama, Dorothy Pyle, = Ann Coopersmith, Kiope Raymond, Charlene Gima, Catherine Thompson
D. 10 37 47 1.1 Provide full student support services, including advising, tutoring, counseling, = and library services, that increase student retention and success in a learning-centered environment. Alvin Tagomori Wini Chung, Karen Tanaka Wini Chung, Sean Calder, Lillian Mangum, Wallette Pellegrino, Lorelle Solanzo-Peros, Renee Jorg, Karmi Minor-Flores, Jackie Kanekoa, Karen Tana= ka, Cyrilla Pascual, Chuck Carletta
E. 11 34 45 2.2 Acquire needed equipment to meet the on-going technological needs of the college campuses on the three islands. David Tamanaha Bob Wehrman Eric Engh, Bob Wehrman, Lisa Sepa, Shane Payba, Ron St John, Marti Wukelic
F. 10 34 44 2.1 Develop appropriate sustainable baccalaureate degrees flo wiger Dan Kruse Dan Kruse, Cindy Foreman, Charlene Gima, Laura Lees, Jennifer Owen, Margaret Christensen, Dorothy Pyle, Mary Francl, Malia Johnson, Lynn Fox, Julie Clark-McGee, ABIT Counselor, David Grooms, Lee Stein, Ann Emmsley, Don Ainsworth, Pat Adams
G. 1 42 43 2.3 Improve physical infrastructure by incorporating new facilities into revision of = the Master Plan, including a new science building; additional nursing, dental, and health classrooms and labs; and additional faculty offices. David Tamanaha Sean Calder, Patricia Duckworth Sean Calder, Sally Irwin, Bruce Butler, Patricia Duckworth, Terri Ulichney, Na= ncy Johnson, Rosemary Perreira, Maggie Bruck, John Pye
H. 3 6 9 1.3 Establish comprehensive institutional effectiveness system that integrates assessme= nt with planning, budgeting, and program implementation in a continuous improvement cycle. Clyde Sakamoto Lynn Yankowski Lynn Yankowski, Catherine Thompson, Herb Coyle, Pat Adams, Alvin Tagomori, Fra= nnie Coopersmith, Lois Greenwood-Audant, David Tamanaha
I. 1 3 4 1.2 Support the well-being of each individual in an atmosphere of open communication, integrity, and mutual respect. Suzette Robinson Bev Lashley Debbie Winkler, Pat Adams, Molli Fleming, Bev Lashley, Maggie Bruck, Jill Fitzpatrick
J. 4 4 8 3.2 Provide positive support for the development, implementation, and improvement of programs and academic support services for Native Hawaiians. Clyde Sakamoto Kiope Raymond Kiope Raymond, Lau'ulu, Ron St John, Lee Stein, Michele Katsutani, Mikahala Hel= m
K.         Expand training and workforce development programs in coordination with county, state, and industry economic initiatives. Suzette Robinson Lois Greenwood-Audant Lois Greenwood-Audant, Sharane Gomes, Dawn Freels, Melissa Yoshioka, Robert Kellogg, Elaine Yamashita, Lorelle Peros, Renee Jorg, Don Ainsworth, Kim Abramson, Maggie Bruck
L. 3 13 16 4.1 Ensure that the College's teaching and service enterprises are supported by adeq= uate levels of classified support staff and resources. Clyde Sakamoto Marge Kelm Jill Fitzpatrick, Frances Segundo, Angela Gannon, Pam Hoopii, Brenda Lee
M. 2 7 9 5.2 Encourage risk taking, reward innovation, and invest in change to reduce costs and paperwork and generate resources. Clyde Sakamoto Diane Meyer Diane Meyer,Don Ainsworth, Bobby Santos, David Tamanaha, Sharane Gomes, Vaughn Baker, Chris Speere, Mike Albert
N.       3.1 Strengthen the recruitment of international students in both credit and non-credit programs. Clyde Sakamoto Rafael Boritzer, Alice Luther Rafael Boritzer, Alice Luther. Mona Stevenson, Janet Six, Steve Kameda, Clyde Sakamoto, Alvin Tagomori, Molli Fleming, Margaret Christensen, David Groo= ms, Suzette Robinson
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Community Faculty= /Staff Totals<= /td> Objecti= ve Actio= n Strategy
1 25 26 1.1 Expand student support, including counseling and academic support services, at H= ana, Molokai, and Lanai Education.
7 18 25 2.1 Train our young people in professions that are employable in Maui.
2 22 24 4.1 Improve employment and retirement benefits and raise faculty and staff salaries to competitive levels; ensure fair treatment of all employees.
6 12 18 2.1 Foster and maintain a working partnership with the Department of Education that focuses on public education (P-20), teacher education, Hawaiian Language = and culture education, student preparation, and lifelong learning.
3 13 16 4.1 Ensure that the College's teaching and service enterprises are
supported by adequate levels of classified support staff and resources.=
1 13 14 4.1 Encourage excellence in faculty and staff performance by continually offering opportunities for professional growth and renewal.
6 7 13 5.1 Reallocate resources as needed to ensure support for those programs deemed critical = to the goals of Strategic Plan.
7 6 13 1.1 Create a passionate emotional connection between college and community (e.g. MCC Ohana Association) including ways to reach people not normally reached.
8 5 13 5.2 Infuse Focus Maui Nui values/ideas/experience throughout courses.
10 2 12 2.2 Define "technology" and prioritization of focus e.g. ag technology.
2 3 11 2.1 Continue focus and expansion of allied health fields.  
6 4 10 3.1 Provide academic support to promote student retention and academic success.
2 8 10 1.1 Infuse value of leadership development and giving back to community through activities such as service learning.
2 7 9 5.2 Encourage risk-taking, reward innovation, and invest in change to reduce costs and paper work and generate revenues.
4 4 8 3.2 Provide positive support for the development, implementation, and improvement of programs and academic support services for Native Hawaiians.
4 3 7 1.2 Continue to recruit and retain a diverse faculty and staff.
0 6 6 4.1 Establish competitive and equitable instructional, non-instructional, and academic support faculty and staff workloads that encompass teaching, scholarship,= and service to the College and the community at large.
0 6 6 4.2 Maintain and improve campus structures and landscaping to ensure the safety of peo= ple who use them and to provide an attractive and nurturing learning and work= ing environment.
3 3 6 2.1 Development-workforce development opportunities, e.g., retail management and entreprenureship.<= /td>
5 1 6 5.1 Focus resources where there is demand.
2 3 5 5.2 Use management procedures for planning and budgeting processes that promote t= he economical, efficient, and effective use of resources.
3 2 5 2.2 Maintain and continuously fund basic technology infrastructure, training, and supp= ort that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the entire college community.
2 3 5 5.1 Infuse sense of place and island living at the foundation of the MCC's mission a= nd educational programs.
0 5 5 2.3 Add degree in waste management.
1 3 4 1.2 Support the well-being of each individual in an atmosphere of open communication, integrity, and mutual respect.
2 2 4 1.2 Create a learning environment where diversity is valued and embraced.
0 4 4 4.1 Encourage excellence in faculty and staff performance by continually offering opportunities for professional growth and renewal.
0 3 3 2.2 Support the request for increased staff in technology development in academic support.
0 3 3 2.1 Cosmetology School.
2 1 3 5.1 Expand/shift focus of action strategies from within college community to whole communi= ty.
0 3 3 1.1 Question of how debate skills are taught, how students learn difference between fact/opinion.
2 0 2 5.1 Develop marketing, recruitment, and customer service strategies that are responsi= ve to public demands and promote to the College as a learning-centered institution.
2 0 2 2.1 Expand working partnership to include the wide-range of pre-collegiate education group (e.g. private schools, home schooling.)
2 0 2 2.1 Raise enrollments to 5000 with more out-of-state students.
1 0 1 5.1 Plan community-oriented dialogue/outreach to private sector, government and ot= her learning centers.
0 0 0 2.1 Cooperate, as appropriate, with other higher education institutions to provide high quality educational services to the county and to the state.
0 0 0 1.2 Use = MCC as gateway to provide special (unique) programs.  
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