Serving the State of Hawaii

University of Hawaii System Strategic Outcomes and Performance Measures, 2008–2015

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Introduction

In June 2002, the Board of Regents adopted the University of Hawaii System Strategic Plan: Entering the University’s Second Century, 2002–2010. The vision set forth in our plan was predicated on the Native Hawaiian practice of sharing diverse, but finite, resources for the benefit of all and grounded in a unifying mission, an overarching commitment to a culture of excellence and performance, and a set of principles intended to guide the evolution and transformation of the system. Our plan was developed with wide participation of constituencies throughout the University.

During the 2007–08 academic year, the University community and its public revisited the strategic plan. Participants broadly affirmed our strategic goals and the values underlying our goals. They recommended we better differentiate system and campus roles, and establish clear and measurable outcomes to assess performance and progress. Participants agreed that articulating our plan in terms of the higher education needs of the state adds a valued dimension and reaffirms our University’s commitment to serving the state. Based on these recommendations, the University developed this companion piece to our plan which assigns strategic outcomes and performance measures to be accomplished by 2015. This update will guide the future priorities of the University and inform our budget planning process for the next three biennia.

Performance measures assigned to each strategic outcome demonstrate our willingness to be held accountable and enable us to effectively assess our progress. The goals we have set for 2015 are stretch goals, and challenge us to reinvent ourselves. We use quantitative measures to provide evidence of our efforts, but acknowledge that many of our core values—academic rigor and excellence, integrity and service, aloha and respect—while not addressed here, are central to our mission.

Our commitment to increasing the educational capital of Hawaii aligns with the Hawaii P-20 Council goal of 55 percent of Hawaii’s working age population possessing a college degree by the year 2025 and reflects a coordinated vision of our state’s future. The P-20 Council, comprised of leaders in education, business, government, labor, and community, share our belief that all of Hawaii’s residents deserve a high quality education. As the state’s sole public institution of postsecondary education in Hawaii, we will strive to do our part to reach the 55 percent goal. The University of Hawaii is committed to improving the social, economic, and environmental well-being of current and future Hawaii generations.


Native Hawaiian Educational Attainment

To position the University of Hawaii as one of the world’s foremost indigenous-serving universities by supporting the access and success of Native Hawaiians.

Degree Attainment of Native Hawaiians at U H
GOAL: INCREASE 6–9% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 1997F Y 1998F Y 1999F Y 2000 F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Undergraduate 662706679757698690792758760846762 7628088569169801,0591,1431,246
Graduate 11575848684789997138124118 118125133142152164177193
Total 777781763843782768891855898970880 8809339891,0581,1321,2231,3201,439
Note: Goals based on percentage increases every two years (F Y 09–F Y 10 = 6%; F Y 11–F Y 12 = 7%; F Y 13–F Y 14 = 8%; F Y 15 = 9%).
Source: U H Institutional Research Office for historical data


Hawaii’s Educational Capital

To increase the educational capital of the state by increasing the participation and completion of students, particularly Native Hawaiians, low-income students, and those from underserved regions.

U H Degrees & Certificates of Achievement Earned
GOAL: INCREASE 3–6% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 1997F Y 1998F Y 1999F Y 2000 F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Manoa 4,2953,8303,8633,9423,6033,4543,6963,8594,1754,4014,313 4,3134,4424,5764,7594,9495,1965,4565,784
Hilo 466457450447452454502579497614592 592610628653679713749794
West Oahu 199147189196221179167212194265217 217224230239249261275291
Community Colleges 2,6762,7102,6262,6532,5352,5532,7112,5962,6712,6372,713 2,7132,7942,8782,9933,1133,2693,4323,638
System 7,6367,1447,1287,2386,8116,6407,0767,2467,5377,9177,835 7,8358,0708,3128,6458,9909,4409,91210,507
Note: Goals based on percentage increases every two years (F Y 09–F Y 10 = 3%; F Y 11–F Y 12 = 4%; F Y 13–F Y 14 = 5%; F Y 15 = 6%).
Source: U H Institutional Research Office for historical data

U H Disbursement of Pell Grants
GOAL: INCREASE 5% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
A Y 2004A Y 2005A Y 2006A Y 2007 A Y 2008A Y 2009A Y 2010A Y 2011 A Y 2012A Y 2013A Y 2014A Y 2015
Number of Pell Recipients 9,2278,9928,1847,8508,316 8,7329,1689,62710,10810,61411,14411,701
Total Pell Disbursed
 (in millions)
$22.8 M$22.4 M$19.9 M$19.4 M$21.7 M $22.8 M$24.0 M$25.2 M$26.4 M$27.7 M$29.1 M$30.6 M
Notes: The Federal Pell Grant program provides need-based grants to low-income, first-time undergraduate students or students enrolled in certain post-baccalaureate programs that lead to teacher certification or licensure. The maximum award for the 2008–09 award year (July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009) is $4,731. A Y 08 figures are estimated. Average amount awarded: A Y 04, $2,471; A Y 05, $2,488; A Y 06, $2,437; A Y 07, $2,477; A Y 08, $2,613.
Source: U H Office of Student Affairs for historical data

Going Rates of Public and Private High Schools to U H System Campuses
Fall Semester
GOAL: INCREASE 3% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
19721973197419751976 19771978197919801981 19821983198419851986 19871988198919901991 19921993199419951996 19971998199920002001 20022003200420052006 20072008200920102011 2012201320142015
U H Going Rates 46.3%43.7%42.5%42.9%42.1%39.5%40.2%38.6%38.6% 36.8%39.6%40.3%36.1%35.9%34.6%33.5%33.7%33.9% 35.0%37.6%38.1%38.5%39.3%38.8%35.2%36.6%35.7% 36.0%32.5%31.7%32.5%32.8%31.7%33.0%32.1%34.6% 34.6%35.6%36.7%37.8%38.9%40.1%41.3%42.6%
Note: The going rate is the percentage of Hawaii high school graduates entering the University of Hawaii without delay upon graduation from high school.
Source: U H Institutional Research Office for historical data

Going Rates by Geographic Area
Fall 2007
Central OahuEast HawaiiEast Oahu KauaiWindwardEwaMaui North ShoreWaianaeWest Hawaii
2-Year 30.8%23.9%21.6%25.0%24.9%24.6%21.1% 19.1%18.1%9.5%
4-Year 13.0%18.2%16.1%10.8%7.2%4.6%5.9% 7.6%4.3%8.9%
Total 43.8%42.1%37.7%35.8%32.1%29.2%27.0% 26.7%22.4%18.4%
Note: The going rate is the percentage of Hawaii high school graduates entering the University of Hawaii without delay upon graduation from high school.
Source: U H Institutional Research Office for historical data


Economic Contribution

To contribute to the state’s economy and provide a solid return on its investment in higher education through research and training.

U H Extramural Fund Support
(in millions)
GOAL: INCREASE 3% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 1997F Y 1998F Y 1999F Y 2000 F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Research $89 M$92 M$93 M$103 M$133 M$142 M$190 M$200 M $209 M$237 M$205 M$205 M$212 M$218 M$224 M$231 M $238 M$245 M$253 M
Other Contracts & Grants $72 M$68 M$71 M$78 M$83 M$111 M$134 M$129 M $145 M$197 M$133 M$133 M$137 M$142 M$146 M$150 M $155 M$159 M$164 M
Total $161 M$160 M$164 M$181 M$216 M$252 M$324 M$329 M $354 M$433 M$339 M$339 M$349 M$359 M$370 M$381 M $393 M$404 M$417 M
Note: Other contracts and grants include training, instrumentation, building improvements, conferences, centers, boat operations, art and dance performances, etc.
Source: U H Office of Research Services for historical data

U H Invention Disclosures, Patents, and Licenses
GOAL: INCREASE 5–15% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Invention Disclosures 33342644486142 4446495154565962
U.S. Patents Issued 146713739 1011121314161819
License/Option Agreements 73181517116 7891012141618
Note: Goals: Invention disclosures received = increase 5% per year, U.S. patents issued = increase 10% per year, license/option agreements executed = increase 15% per year.
Source: U H Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development for historical data


Globally Competitive Workforce

To address critical workforce shortages and prepare students (undergraduate, graduate, and professional) for effective engagement and leadership in a global environment.

U H Degrees in STEM Fields
GOAL: INCREASE 3% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 1997F Y 1998F Y 1999F Y 2000 F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Associate/
Certificate
278266261262292318302303307301302 302311320330340350361371
Bachelor’s 685635598660596629634740731797770 770793817841867893919947
Master’s 317330312344234190225248286287297 297306315325334344355365
Doctoral/
1st Professional
156169139117115101118112115131133 133137141145150154159164
Total 1,4361,4001,3101,3831,2371,2381,2791,4031,4391,5161,502 1,5021,5471,5931,6411,6911,7411,7931,847
Note: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields defined by Classification Codes and Occupations, 2002–03 (Table 19), GAO-06-114 Federal STEM Education Programs, October 2005.
Source: U H Institutional Research Office for historical data

Projected Annual Vacancies in Shortage Areas Statewide, 2006–17 and Total U H Output, 2006–07
GOAL: INCREASE 5% PER YEAR
TeachersNurses (RN)Computing/I T (BS)Social Workers (MSW)Hospitality (CC)
Projected Annual Vacancies 975487297204335
Goal (F Y 2014–15) 518355129124101
U H Output (F Y 2006–07) 368252928872
Source: Economic Modeling Specialist Inc (E M S I), April 2007 for projected vacancies
U H Institutional Research Office for U H Output (F Y 2006–07)


Resources and Stewardship

To acquire, allocate, and manage public and private revenue streams and exercise exemplary stewardship over all of the University’s resources for a sustainable future.

Annual Investment Required to Decrease Deferred Maintenance Backlog to $126 Million by 2015
(in millions)
F Y 2008F Y 2009F Y 2010 F Y 2011F Y 2012F Y 2013F Y 2014 F Y 2015
Deferred R&M $336 M$308 M$305 M$255 M$240 M$206 M$167 M$126 M
Projected annual maintenance
 (new R&M)
$62 M$87 M$40 M$75 M$56 M$51 M$49 M
Required to reduce backlog
 (annual $90 M investment)
$90 M$90 M$90 M$90 M$90 M$90 M$90 M
Note: Figures represent 2008 dollars.
Source: The Facilities Renewal Reinvestment Project by the Pacific Partners Consulting Group, March 27, 2008.

U H Funding Sources
(in millions)
GOAL: INCREASE NON-STATE REVENUE STREAMS 3–15% PER YEAR
Actual Goal
F Y 1997F Y 1998F Y 1999F Y 2000 F Y 2001F Y 2002F Y 2003F Y 2004 F Y 2005F Y 2006F Y 2007F Y 2008 F Y 2009F Y 2010F Y 2011F Y 2012 F Y 2013F Y 2014F Y 2015
Federal 121139160155164199251276296304327 327337347357368379390402
Tuition & Fees 87 101106112115105111123130136153 175200226252277292308325
Sales/Services 8699961081038696105109114138 138145152160168176185194
Private Giving
 (U H F)
1519233341182226353563 4143444546474950
Total 310358385407424407481530569589681 681725769813859894932971
Notes: Revenue goals: Federal increase 3% per year; Tuition & Fees 5–15% per year; Sales/Services 5% per year; Private Giving (U H F) increase to $50 M by 2015. Sales/Services = Sales and services of educational activities and auxiliary enterprises; and all items of revenue not covered elsewhere.
Source: U H General Accounting and Loan Collection Office for historical data

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