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|University of Hawaii Maui College Executive Summary||
The 2012 Annual Report of Program Data for Student Affairs covers the general funded departments of Admissions & Records, Counseling & Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Student Life and the extramurally funded projects of the TRIO Educational Opportunity Center, TRIO Student Support Services, TRIO Upward Bound, and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Year Round Youth Services (Ku'ina) Project.
1. The AY 2012 annual headount enrollment off 5601 is a 1.7% increase over AY 2011. The annual headcount increased over a six-year period due to enhanced outreach efforts and slow economic recovery.
2. The total PELL recipients increased to 2465 students; a 6.8% increase over the previous academic year.
3. In the most recent CCSSE survey, the college continues to score high (90%ile) in support for learners.
4. Hawaiian/part Hawaiian students at 33.34% comprise the largest ethnic group on campus followed by Caucasian at 24.94% and Filipino at 18.26%. Compared with Maui County census data, Hawaiia/part Hawaiian comprise 8.9% of the cmmunity with Caucasian at 33.9% and Filipino at 17%.
5. While the federally funded departments are at a fairly consistent level regarding program review, the quality and use is more varied among the general funded programs. Of the general funded programs, the Financial Aid program review is leading the way followied by Counselsing. The Admissions & Records Office and Student Life have some programmatic data but minimal student learning outcomes and assessment that in tied to program improvements.