Executive Committee Meeting Agenda

 

Executive Committee Meeting

July 9, 2010

9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Ka Lama 102

 

AGENDA

 

I.                   Enrollment and Revenue

Date

 

 

Fall Enrollment

 

 

 

Last Year

Continuing Students (Spring to Fall)

% Continuing

(Spring to Fall)

Applications (Fall)

Last Year

4/26/10

1885

1280

 

 

1439

1081

5/4/10

2237

1610

 

 

1592

1251

5/14/10

2604

1965

 

 

1846

1466

5/18/10

2673

2049

1941

47%

1851

1478

5/25/10

2806

2222

2008

49%

2005

1583

6/01/10

2931

2370

2064

49%

2119

1714

6/22/10

3312

2757

2190

54%

2440

2042

6/25/10

3388

2857

2204

54%

2516

2130

6/29/10

3419

2888

2207

54%

2563

2149

7/06/10

3503

2998

2233

55%

2662

2254

7/09/10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Enrollment

Date

Enrollment

Last Year

4/26/10

487

481

4/30/10

531

556

5/4/10

556

557

5/14/10

621

702

5/18/10

630

726

5/25/10

671

748

6/1/10

664

769

6/21/10

627

794

6/25/10

629

800

6/29/10

630

799

7/06/10

634

804

7/09/10

 

 

                               

                        21% decrease in enrollment. 

 

A.      Revenues - Fall 2010

Date

Fall ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

Debit Balance

May 3, 2010

$2,079,908

$1,375,000

35%

 

May 18, 2010

$2,507,672

 

26.8%

 

May 25, 2010

 

 

 

 

May 31, 2010

$2,750,486

 

19.5%

$2,609,481

June 21, 2010

$3,074,302

 

11.5%

$2,826,285

June 24, 2010

$3,129,666

 

 

$2,843,570

June 29, 2010

$3,167,889

 

8.6%

$2,876,917

July 9, 2010

 

 

 

 

*Target Revenue for Fall ’10 (factoring in level enrollment with 11.3% rate increase - $3,669,000

 

B.      Summer Revenues

Date

Summer ’10 Revenues

Last year’s revenues

% increase from last year

May 17, 2010

$548,231

 

4%

May 16, 2010

$610,406

 

-7.3%

May 25, 2010

 

 

 

May 31, 2010

$632,285

 

-8.8%

June 21, 2010

600,201

 

-10.8%

June 29, 2010

$600,973

 

-10.5%

July 9, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

I.         Biennium Budget Preparation

 

II.                  JCI: COE for Sustainable Sciences and Management

 

III.       Senator Inouye Visit Recap

 

IV.                Student Housing Update

 

V.                  Summer Youth Employment Program

 

VI.                Title III grant Development and Renovation and HUD applications

 

VII.              Convocation: Recognition of Retirees; UHMC Campus Visioning Process and Celebration; Biennium Budget Report;

 

VIII.            Fall Preparation: VCAA;  Engineering Tech position; SLIM ED;  

 

IX.                Upcoming Events

 

A.      Groundbreaking – July 28, 2010

B.      Chancellor’s Golf Tournament – July 10, 2010

 

X.                  Follow-ups

A.      Hawaiian Classroom – Kalei to work with John to find a classroom to be used primarily by Native Hawaiian classes.

B.      John McKee

                                                             1.      Research early admits, outreach centers and other data sources for Native Hawaiians for ATD outcomes.  Diane and John to find out how these data can be obtained.  Need to determine next steps.

                                                             2.      Communicate with department heads that we need to start early in recruiting well-qualified instructors for classes where there is a demand.

C.      David Tamanaha

                                                             1.      Check with John Morton’s office regarding memo to recruit CIO position

D.      Kim Gray

                                                             1.      Kim to inform all secretaries and department chairs that instructors should be aware of submission requirements (transcripts) and delays in receiving paychecks if documents are missing. 

E.       Alvin

                                                             1.      Provide Fall enrollment projections.

 

XI.                Other Items