Leeward Community 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
  • Cohort programs:
    • Guarantee to graduate on time in Waiʻanae: a three year program, but students cannot place beyond one level of developmental courses.
    • Fast track program at Pearl City campus: offering a prime time schedule with star quality faculty (18 students in first cohort).
    • Fast track AA in Teaching at Pearl City campus: cohort to complete the program in 18 months (includes summer).
    • Early College program:
      • Partnering with Waipahu High School (130 students) and Kapolei High School (60 students) in Spring 2014 to deliver Running Start courses.
      • Working on drafting a legislative request for future funding of the program (currently grant funded by P-20).
June 2013
  • Starting five “fast-track” cohorts (AA in two years at Pearl City campus, AA in three years at Waiʻanae campus and AAT in 18 months, includes summers, at Pearl City campus).
  • Exploring incentives such as scholarships after completion of certain benchmarks.
  • Redesigning developmental courses and allowing students to start developmental courses earlier (in the summer).
  • Developing cohort schedules and exploring the possibility to centralize scheduling.
Oct. 2012 Summit II, Oct. 2012 (.pdf)