UH Strategic Directions Measures

  • Definition:
  • Students enrolled in Hawaiian Language and Studies courses identified by the campus that perpetuate learning of Hawaiian language, history and cultural studies and other Indigenous learnings.
    Enrollment count is unduplicated at the unit or institution level within the academic year.

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    Student Enrollment in Courses in Hawaiian and Indigenous Learnings
    Academic Year

      Campus
    2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
      UH Mānoa 4,813 4,865 4,962 4,724 5,027 4,402 4,299 4,046 3,969 3,753
      UH Hilo 1,594 1,561 1,507 1,468 1,366 1,331 1,131 1,134 1,006 1,044
      UH West Oʻahu 83 129 182 274 375 465 575 620 617 719
      UH Community Colleges 5,630 6,241 6,909 6,802 7,092 6,898 6,789 6,698 6,110 6,276
        Hawaiʻi CC 1,009 1,054 1,248 1,140 1,087 1,150 1,035 1,065 945 920
        Honolulu CC 385 527 659 613 623 700 623 742 637 631
        Kapiʻolani CC 1,691 1,815 1,630 1,617 1,474 1,432 1,377 1,367 1,270 1,346
        Kauaʻi CC 419 439 466 424 454 446 405 366 378 294
        Leeward CC 1,204 1,230 1,425 1,418 1,687 1,651 1,688 1,635 1,423 1,411
        Maui College 546 639 755 812 929 705 830 729 681 747
        Windward CC 376 537 726 778 838 814 831 794 776 927

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