Maui College Work Plans

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WORK PLAN
UH campus and system teams were asked to identify large scale/high impact strategies, develop tactics necessary to implement the strategies, and prioritize next steps. Teams are currently moving forward on implementing their plans.

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

DATE UPDATE
June 2015 Campus Annual Report

December 2013
  • Considering the implementation of Statway (working with other CCs).
  • Math redesign project is showing results of 71-73% of students completing first college-level math courses with a C or better. Offering more sections of MATH 103, 135 and 140. Also, now have enough demand to offer their first calculus course specifically for Maui students this semester.
  • Summer developmental math project showing higher completion rates.
  • Students with a B or better in their high school algebra course have a 90% success rate in college level math, regardless of COMPASS placement score.
  • Launched a cohort project – Degree in Three. Targets part-time students in the liberal arts.
  • Working on reverse credit transfer (about 100 students), but working on how other campuses are able to meet Maui’s unique HI emphasis requirement.
  • Started a new Student Success Committee.
  • Student Services launched a new FYE program and is the top priority for the division.
  • Participated in the Preregistration Checklist pilot and initial responses show interesting data. Will be requesting some changes to the fields/values based on results and determining how to best use the data.
June 2013
  • Focusing on better defining who their students are (especially pre-majors and students waiting to get into a program).
  • Focused on aligning learning outcomes with the campus’ mission.
  • Exploring the use of high school GPA and grade for Algebra II class for automatic math placement (instead of using COMPASS).
Oct. 2012 Summit II, Oct. 2012 (.pdf)