About the KCC Strategic Plan: In October 2007, the College began updating its Strategic Plan as the University of Hawaii system was achieving consensus on new strategic directions and outcomes. In the spring and summer of 2008, the University of Hawaii Community College system articulated similar outcomes and performance measures in relation to the “Achieving the Dream” project.
Kapi‘olani CC Planning Documents
Kapi‘olani Community College Strategic Plan (Revised June 6, 2017)
Kapi‘olani Engagement, Learning, and Achievement (KELA) Model
Kapi‘olani Community College Strategic Plan (Revised Sept 8, 2016)
Kapi‘olani Community College Strategic Plan
Mission, Vision, Values and Commitments 2015-2021
Kapi‘olani Community College Sustainability Plan
Kapi‘olani Community College Technology Plan 2013-2017
UHCC Planning Documents
Morton Campus Visit Fall 2016 KapCC
Colleges Strategic Planning Council Agenda, Spring 2016
University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges Strategic Planning Council, Spring 2016
University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges Strategic Planning Council, Fall 2015
Kapiʻolani CC: Aligning Strategic Directions & Outcomes (Powerpoint)
Morton Campus Visit Fall 2014 KapCC
University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges Strategic Planning Council, March 13 2015
UH Community Colleges Strategic Directions 2015-2021
UHCC Strategic Directions 2015-2021 DRAFT
Strategic Planning Council Agenda, March 13 2015
UH System Planning Documents
Strategic Plan Scorecard
- Strategic Plan Scorecard 2017
- Strategic Plan Scorecard 2016
- Strategic Plan Scorecard 2014
- Strategic Plan Scorecard 2013
- Strategic Plan Scorecard 2012
2013 highlights: On Strategic Plan Scorecard 2012, six of the targets the College did not hit were in developmental writing, reading, and math. On Strategic Plan Scorecard 2013, the College hit or exceeded five of these targets, and closed the gap on the sixth. Overall the College hit 30 of 40 targets delineated in this most recent Scorecard.
- Actual dollars in extramural funding (grants and contracts, excludes individual private donations to UH Foundation) ($7,557,797) exceeded the target ($5,456,269). Actual dollars in non-state revenue ($41,101, 996) exceeded the target ($32,408,343).
- The actual number of Native Hawaiian students who completed certificates and degrees, and transferred to UHM, UHH, and UHWO (226) was nearly double the target (114). The actual number of all students who completed certificates and degrees, and transferred to UHM, UHH, and UHWO (1,522) exceeded the target (1,177). The actual number of students pursuing the ASNS degree (290) exceeded the target (215).
- The College hit its CCSSE decile target for Active-Collaborative Learning (70th decile among large colleges, meaning were in the top 30% nationally).
- The College completed one three-year cycle of Program Learning Assessment and will complete the second cycle in 2016, at the end of the current Comprehensive Program Review cycle.
- Actual dollars for professional development ($1,335,488) exceeded the target ($850,000).
Download the Strategic Plan 2008 – 2015
Part I: Framework, Process and Context
Part II: Strategic Outcomes, Performance Measures, Potential Strategies
Strategic Outcomes – Performance Measures 2006 Baselines and 2015 Benchmarks
* Previous versions of the KCC Strategic Plan are available on Quill in the tactical plan section
Kapiolani CC’s Strategic Plan is part of a unified effort of the University of Hawaii Community Colleges to achieve new goals set by the UH Community College System Strategic Outcomes and Performance Measures .These are summarized in the following presentations given by UH Vice President for Community Colleges John Morton to Kapiolani Community College’s Policy, Planning and Accreditation Council:
University of Hawaii Second Decade Project
The UHCC system planning objectives were at the forefront of the earlier University of Hawaii system wide “Second Decade Project.” At the heart of the project was the alignment of all UH campuses’ strategic planning processes. Hence, Kapiolani CC announced its first Strategic Plan for the planning period of 2003-2010.
The Second Decade Project seeks to identify the state’s higher education needs in the next decade, determine which of those needs should be met by which campuses, and to develop a set of priorities that will enable the University to plan for the next decade (2020). The project is a two to three year undertaking.
For more information, please visit the Official Second Decade Project website.
Strategic Planning Documents
Board of Regents Communications
Alignment with UH and UHCC Strategic Plans
March 2008 Meeting
SCUP External Review
Additional Strategic Planning Documents