The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is a “14-member public body created in 1971 to define the missions of Indiana’s colleges and universityes, plan and coordinate the states’s postsecondary education system, and ensure that Indiana’s higher education system, and ensure that Indiana’s higher education system is aligned to meet the needs of students and the state.”
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Complete College America sponsored a “15 to Finish Institute” in which 22 member states heard details of the highly successful UH campaign and were provided with material to start their own “15 to Finish” campaigns. More from UH News…
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This handout describes how HGI is working toward the goal of increasing the number of Hawai‘i residents with a postsecondary degree.
HGI campus and system teams were asked to identify large scale/high impact strategies, develop tactics necessary to implement the strategies, and prioritize next steps. For details on how campus and system teams are currently moving forward on implementing their plans, follow the links below.
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This handout describes the use of data and a communication strategy to shift a long-standing norm of students taking 12, rather than 15, credits per semester.
Director of Institutional Research and Analysis Office, Pearl Iboshi, was a featured panelist on using data to drive change. Her topic was on the development of HGI’s campus completion scorecards.
UH campus and system teams gathered at the State Capitol for a two-day planning session in October 2012 that focused on improving student success. Facilitators and national content experts were brought in by Complete College America to assist in the discussions.
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Governor Neil Abercrombie, CCA President Stan Jones, and UH EVPAA Linda Johnsrud.
Campus teams present plans at the afternoon session.
HGI’s Summit II was the second gathering held by UH. In September 2010, Summit I “E Kamakani Hou” brought together community leaders and members of UH to discuss how higher education could improve Hawaiʻi’s ability to compete in the 21st century global economy.
Keynote speaker Executive Vice President Johnsrud provides the context for the Hawai‘i Graduation Initiative—the critical need for more educated citizens to ensure Hawai‘i’s future as a vital, globally competitive state.
UH Hilo provided an update on its progress in meeting UH’s strategic outcomes and performance measures goals at the September 2012 Board of Regents meeting.
The UH Community Colleges (UHCC) System provided an update on its progress in meeting UH’s strategic outcomes and performance measures goals at the July 2012 Board of Regents meeting.