Long Range Development Plan

The Kapiolani Community College Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) is Kapiolani Community College’s master plan linking the KCC Strategic Plan (2008-2015) physical planning process with campus programmatic and institutional goals.  Currently, the University of Hawaii Board of Regents is in the review and approval process of this living plan, so the existing LRDP drafts are still pending further development before it can be implemented.

Long Range Development Plan – presentation to all Kapiolani CC faculty and staff, Aug 2010

University of Hawaii Board of Regents Approval

The University of Hawai`i Board of Regents, on Thursday, September 16, 2010, approved Kapi`olani CC’s Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) in principle. Overall the Regents were impressed with the quality of the LRDP and with the level of involvement, both within the college and the surrounding community, in developing the plan.  I want to thank all members of our community that participated in the LRDP process by attending meetings, offering ideas on the future needs of the college, and sharing their vision for the Kapi`olani campus of the future.

Feedback from Kapiolani CC Faculty and Staff

Following the UH Board of Regents approval, Kapiolani CC faculty and staff sent feedback and comments to to Bob Franco ( bfranco@hawaii.edu) and Melanie Wong of PBR at ( mwong@pbrhawaii.com), and to Chancellor Leon Richards’ office.  Participants included Faculty Senate, Kalualani, Staff Council, and Student Congress members as well as from all faculty, staff, and students.