Executive Committee Meeting Notes

Friday, September 25, 2009

8:30 a.m., Ka Lama 102

 

In attendance: Pat Adams, Ryan DeLeon, Michele Katsutani, Beverly Lashley, Diane Meyer, Karen Muraoka, Suzette Robinson, Clyde Sakamoto, Alvin Tagomori, David Tamanaha

 

Guests: Katie McMillian

 

Agenda Item

Discussion Notes

Action Items

Enrollment

Date

Fall ‘09

Last Year

Continuing

New returning or transfer

Applications

Last Year

Summer

Last Year

4-24-09

1223

468

 

 

 

 

 

 

4-28-09

1342

686

1057

285

1593*

1127

1266*

575

493

330

5-05-09

1619

935

1220

399

1251

664

577

398

5-08-09

1740

1027

 

 

 

 

631

425

5-19-09

2060

1251

1494

566

1512

767

726

507

6-02-09

2374

1445

1651

723

1714

941

767

516

6-05-09

2459

1513

1687

772

1755

1003

715*

547

6-25-09

2857

   1846

1798

1059

2130

1337

790

634

7-07-09

2996

1991

1838

1158

2254

1440

791

646

7-24-09

3203

2289

1824

1379

2531

1770

840

666

7-28-09

3293

2359

1860

1433

2626

1807

840

672

8-04-09

3492

2566

1928

1564

2766

1962

840

683

8-11-09

3583

2711

1918

1665

2897

2080

853

688

8-14-09

3721

2842

1961

1760

2956

2126

853

688

8-18-09

3791

2895

1974

1817

2991

2176

853

688

8-25-09

3946

3150

2016

1930

3085

2295

 

 

8-31-09

4084

3234

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

 

9-08-09

4116

3269

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

 

9-11-09

4120

3268

2044

2076

3140

2374

 

 

9-15-09

4112

3261

2043

2070

3140

2393

 

 

9-21-09

4117

3270

2042

2075

3140

2404

 

 

9-25-09

4115

3287

2038

2077

3141

2404

 

 

 

*purge occurred on August 7, 2009

Estimated 1,300 students from Spring 2009 who have not registered  for various reasons.  (Persistence 59%)

 

Administrative Services

A.      Revenues

1.       Revenue amount as of 9/23/09: $3,395,955

2.       Debit balance:  $429,954

(Amount dropped because of deferred payment plan and financial aid awards)

3.       Target:  $3,377,590 (25% enrollment increase)

4.       Cash: $2,965,997

5.       Financial aid portion:  $243,985

6.       Cash and Financial Aid:  $3,209,982

7.       Uncollected: 1.4% last year with a different economic situation

(Using 1.4% for this year, could be short by $30,000)

8.       Other factors – electricity rate increase:

i.        January 2009:  24     cents/khw

II.       August 2009:    24.7  cents/khw

           iii.      Month of July 2008: 411,000 khw consumption

iv.           473,000 khw – 496,000 khw in one year period

         possible

9.       MECO imposes additional charges whenever there is a spike in consumption.  Maui CC is attempting to lower spikes in order to lower costs.

B.      Electrical system:  a major line will be installed, beginning in the field.  A schedule for campus to be worked out, scheduling work around prime instructional times as much as possible.

C.      Nursing portables: final inspection scheduled for October 15, 2009.

D.      Foreign Language Lab: contractor asking for two additional months because of needed parts; may be completed in December.

E.       No update on proposed budget.

F.       No update on lay-offs and furloughs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David will provide figures for a 20% enrollment increase

 

 

David will ask Rick if AC in the student lounge can be scaled back.

Community Forum

·         Met with Pamela Tumpap of the Chamber of Commerce; discussed growing population of dislocated workers on Maui.

·         Unemployment on Maui is 8-10%; Oahu lower at 5%, mainly because of military construction.

 

Strategic Plan Outcomes

 

·         Each department to report on their strategic plan outcomes.

·         Will have outcomes ready to show Teri Cannon.

 

Accrediting commission letter

 

·         US DOE still reviewing Maui CC letter about College transferring to senior accrediting commission.

1.       Letter to be reviewed by an additional person in San Francisco; final approval will come from Washington, D.C.

2.      DOE approval needed before letter is sent to junior commission.

 

IBEW Meeting – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

 

 

·         Meeting held with union leaders, Damien Kim.

·         Discussed technician training for renewable energy.

·         Pre-apprenticeship program should complement the apprenticeship program.

·         State passed law that a licensed electrician must work on renewable energy projects (may have assistants),

 

 

EIMT Program – Electrical Installation, Maintenance and Technologies

 

·         Students who go through this program are credited with one year of their apprenticeship requirement.

·         Robert Aquino (curriculum specialist, IBEW) from Honolulu will be working with Maui CC to look at credit and non-credit programs.

·         Chancellor will send a letter to Honolulu IBEW to formalize relationship.

·         Molokai training could be delivered through distance learning with RDP funding.

 

Name Change

 

·         Alvin working on memo consistent with Academic Senate recommendation:

University of Hawai`i Maui College

Our Community’s College

 

 

Alvin to see how other campuses distinguish their outreach centers.

President MRC Greenwood Visit

Schedule

 

9:15 a.m.   Meeting with Administrators - Chancellor's Office

10:00 a.m.  Program Coordinators/Department Chairs - Ka`a`ike 105CD

      11:00 a.m.   Student Leadership - Student Government Room/Pilina

      11:30 a.m.   Community Leaders Luncheon - Leis' Family Class Act

       1:00 p.m.    Campus Wide Meeting - Multi-Purpose Room in Pilina

       2:00 p.m.    Campus Tour

·         Alvin to provide names of students attending meeting with the president.

·         Herman to remind David to be at the admin meeting at 9:00 a.m.

 

Program Reviews

 

·         Program reviews are reviewed and analyzed by the Maui CC executive committee.

·         Faculty members following up with students who are not attending classes.  Department chairs asked to gather feedback on Liberal Arts students.

 

 

 

Student fees

·           Kapiolani CC is considering charging student fees to all students, regardless of whether they are taking classes on the campus or off.  Alvin feels that it would be unfair to impose student fees on neighbor island students who are not using campus services.