University of Hawaii presents results of update to its system strategic planUniversity of Hawaiʻi
Office of the Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy
HONOLULU — The University of Hawaiʻi (UH) System held discussions during the fall 2007 semester at UH campuses and university centers to update its system strategic plan, which expires in 2010. The UH community and the public were invited to provide input at these meetings and through the strategic plan‘s website. Based on input received, the university‘s administration developed a companion piece to the plan that assigns strategic priorities and performance measures and extends the plan to 2015.
The UH System strategic priorities and performance measures are available for review and public comment through December 21 at www.hawaii.edu/ovppp/uhplan/.
On December 13, 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., the university community and general public is invited to attend a Hawaiʻi Interactive Television System (HITS) session where the draft priorities and measures will be presented. The following HITS sites will be available:
- UH Mānoa - Kuykendall Hall, Room 201
- UH Hilo - Moʻokini Library, Room 350
- Honolulu Community College - Building 7, Rm.420
- Kapiʻolani Community College - Naio Building, Room 110 (Link to map: www.kcc.hawaii.edu/object/naiomap.html)
- Leeward Community College - Library Bldg., Room 116
- Windward Community College - Media Center, Hale Akoakoa, Room 113
- Kauaʻi Community College - Learning Resource Center, Room 121
- Maui Community College - Kaʻaike Building, Room 105A
- Lanai Education Center - Room 105
- Molokai Education Center - Room 102
- University of Hawaiʻi Center, West Hawaiʻi - Building 4, Room 1
Seating is limited. No reservations required. Visit www.hawaii.edu/dl/location/ for more information on room locations.
The update to the plan, which pertains to the future direction of the university through 2015, seeks to strategically position the university to meet the needs of the state. The University of Hawaiʻi is the only public institution of post-secondary education in Hawaiʻi.