Executive Committee Meeting Notes

Monday, August 13, 2007

8:30 a.m., Ka Lama 102

 

In attendance: Pat Adams, Lori Govaars, Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier, Michele Katsutani, Liane Koga for Karen Muraoka, Katie McMillan, Diane Meyer, Suzette Robinson, Clyde Sakamoto, Frances Segundo, Alvin Tagomori, David Tamanaha,

Guests: Jeannie Pezzoli

Attachments

 

Agenda Item

Discussion Notes

Action Items

1.       Data Dialog on assessment results

          Student learning outcomes are being developed for all Maui CC courses and programs

          Assessment results of SLOs are available on 5 programs: ABIT, Hospitality & Tourism, Business Tech, Accounting, and Human Services

          Jeannie will follow up with other campus institutional researchers to ascertain if results are available on assessment of SLOs

          Plans are underway to add an external evaluator

2.       Summer accomplishments & acknowledgements

          Committee encouraged to provide Colleen with information about summer accomplishments and acknowledgements 

          Clyde will send out email 

3.       Space considerations

          Possible use of space in the renovated  student center building

          Suzette presented a floor plan for moving her operations into the student center; the Chancellor’s office will not relocate

          Clyde discussed filling the spaces that will be vacated by instruction in Ka`a`ike

          Suzette will coordinate the move and work to maintain the student-centered purpose of the building

          Library renovation storage needs to be determined

 

4.       Convocation

          Program was discussed and reviewed

          Diane’s August 7th schedule is latest draft

           

5.       System enrollment growth fund

          Clyde reviewed details

          Remedial and non-credit options were discussed

          Baseline number of classes need to be identified

          Outreach enrollments will be needed

          Suzette to look into credit/non-credit options

6.       Fall enrollment update

          Alvin: as of today enrollment is 2,648; figure does not reflect all paid enrollments

          By majors: Liberal Arts 1108; CTE 894; unclassified 476; other 158 – home based on other campuses

          Purge reports will be updated on a continuing basis to provide the most reliable enrollment data

7.       Housing status

          27-29 students expected

          Building inspections not yet finalized

          20 rooms are reserved at Maui Seaside; students are aware of this possibility

          Alvin will continue to monitor

8.       Student orientation – 8/11/07

          176 students signed in plus others who didn’t sign in; parents also attended

          Good experience overall

          Suggestions: more structure for the tours; provide a digital version as supplement

          Alvin following up with Elena to review orientation and discuss what went well and what could be improved

          Improvements will be based upon evaluations

9.       Tuition and fees

          David provided an update; total is 10.7% increase over last year, same time

          David will continue to provide periodic updates

10.   Position vacancies

          Hiring in progress: Math, SLIM Director, Curriculum Banner, Perkins Coordinator, Instructional Designer

          Lanai: difficulty finding qualified person for support position

          University Center: Karen is working on

          Status from David: Outreach IT, Fiscal support specialist for RDP & janitor, general laborers, AC mechanic

          Alvin:  3 counselors

          Office space for new personnel will need to be provided

11.   Hurricane status -- David

          Training today w/crisis team 3 p.m.

           

12.   Pacific Radio Group – Katie

13.   Newsletter - Katie

          Agreements should be completed soon

          Quotes received; will proceed

David will check.

14.   Community Forum - Katie

          Discussed evaluations provided & possible improvements for next time

          Holding the forum at a date when more community leaders are available could be considered.