EMERGENCY NUMBERS: Campus Security direct line: (808) 984·3255 From a Campus phone: 255 Maui Police Department: 911 This report is provided in compliance with the Crime Awareness and of 1992. Campus Security Act of 1990 and Higher Education Act Amendments UHMC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. Introduction The University of Hawai‘i Maui College (UHMC) is firmly committed to providing a safe and secure campus environment. Policies and procedures are designed to provide precautionary measures to protect people and property. However, each member of the UHMC community should use good judgment and take appropriate precautions to reduce the possibility of becoming the victim of a crime on campus. The following report is provided in an effort to notify the community about certain crimes that have been committed on the Maui College Campus, as well as to promote awareness of current programs available for your safety and well-being. The UHMC campus consists of 40 academic, administrative, and recreational buildings situated throughout 78 acres. In addition, the Maui College campus directly supports Outreach Educational Centers at Molokai, Lana`i, Lahaina, Hana and Kihei. The campus population consists of approximately 4,400 day and night students, and approximately 255 faculty and staff. Campus Security consists of 2 department personnel: a chief, and one security officer, with additional security provided by a contracted private security company. Mission Statement: The University of Hawaii Maui College Campus Security Department is firmly committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our students, faculty, staff and guests. Our policies and procedures are designed to ensure that every possible precautionary measure is taken to protect persons and property. The Campus Security Department, under the administration of the Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services, is responsible for providing security services
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Like UHMCIT on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! IS&T Vision IS&T Mission IS&T enhances teaching, learning and student engagement through technology. IS&T will provide dynamic, emerging and practical solutions to every member of UHMC community and to promote student learning anytime and anywhere on campus. Advance UHMC's mission by providing foundational IS&T, media and instructional design services that makes it easy for UHMC community to inspire students to develop knowledge and skills in pursuit of academic, career and personal goals. Our Department is... How Do I... Computing Services Instructional Design Services Library Services Media Services IS&T Faculty & Staff Get a UH username Get a Cable Box (Distance Learning)-pick up at Kaaike 220 Connect to UHMC Wireless network Locate wireless hot spots on campus Register for UHMC Wireless Pass-Through Get Anti-Virus Software Get Graduation Incentive Forward my UH email to my personal email account? Sign-up for UH-Alerts Can't find your questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Students can get help at... Faculty & Staff can get help with... Library The Learning Center Ka Lama Computer Lab Ho'okahua Student Center (STEM) Math Computer Lab Kaiao Student Success Center Bookstore-offers students discounted prices on software licenses for Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft 2011 for Mac. See
Aloha, and welcome to UH Maui College Personal Support Counseling. Student success is a core value of UH Maui College. To help students meet their educational and career goals, the college offers a variety of programs and services on campus. One of the essential and fundamental services for students is personal support counseling. Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Personal Support Counseling Services will make every effort to provide prompt service. Initial appointments with a counselor are made as soon as possible, usually within a week. Emergencies, of course, are seen immediately. UHMC's Personal Support Counseling office is available on the Kahului campus for students interested in short-term, individual, group, or couples counseling and crisis services. We are available for students experiencing emotional, developmental, or psychological concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve academic and personal goals. We also offer counseling support to students experiencing crisis involving traumatic events and emotional distress. We provide a safe, confidential setting to allow for individual growth through a positive therapeutic relationship. No cost services to students of UH Maui. Referrals to outside services in the community are provided when necessary. The primary goals of our Services include but are not limited to Crisis Intervention for students Short-term counseling after the crisis for 8-10 weeks In-service or professional development. For faculty and staff through partnerships and teaming with community Classroom presentations and orientation sessions Promote positive health and wellness through outreach and prevention Provide health and wellness services to a diverse range of students to enhance their lives and promote social, personal, and academic growth Consultation to any student, faculty, or staff Counseling is a process of
The UHMC Academic Senate Budget Committee has representation from across campus. Its purpose is to review projected annual, biennial, long term budgets, Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), and master plans; identify resource allocation based on the mission, plans, and goals of the college articulated in the strategic plan and recommended by the Planning committee; advise the Academic Senate regarding budget development and fund allocations; and fulfill other related duties as assigned by the Senate. Meetings: Typically 3rd Fridays of each month 9:00 - 10:30am in Ka'a'ike 210. (Spring 16: Feb. 19 / Mar. 18 / Ap. 15) ACADEMIC SENATE BUDGET COMMITTEE Member Roll / Affiliation (*non-voting members) Name Affiliation/Representation Angela Gannon (Administrative Affairs, representing Civil Sr Unit #3) Anne Scharnhorst (Allied Health / Nursing) Cindy Yamamoto* (Business Office APT Unit #8) David Tamanaha* (VC Administrative Affairs) Derek Snyder (English) Elaine Yamashita* (Strategic Planning Co-chair, Early Childhood) Flora Mora Registrar (Registrar, APT #8) Jan Moore (Business/HOST) Kaleikoa Ka’eo (Humanities) Karen Hanada (UH Center Director/ OCET) Kelley Dudoit (Molokai-Ed Center Coordinator / Outreach) Laura Nagle* (Strategic Planning Co-Chair, English) Lee Stein (Social Science, Human Services) Mariah Rapanot-Mcguire* (UPW / United Public Worker Unit #1 / O&M) Michele Katsutani (Non-Instructional Faculty / AS / Counseling) Mike Albert (Media Center / IT / Interim VCIT) Refugio Gonzalez* (Budget Committee chair, ABIT) Sue Feltz (OCET) Susan Tokunaga* (Personnel, Unit #8) Thomas Hussey (Automotive Technology / CTE) Timothy Botkin (STEM) Sean Phillips * (Student Government / ECET)
FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE The UHMC First Year Experience (FYE) Office provides first year students with a comprehensive set of programs designed to support their transition to college and foster their academic success. FALL 2016: As a part of your First Year Experience here at UHMC, there are THREE STEPS you must complete before you embark on your journey: Online Orientation: All first year students are required to complete Online Orientation before they meet with an academic advisor: ONLINE ORIENTATION IS NOW LIVE (please click here). Should you need technical assistance, you are encouraged to email email@example.com as soon as possible. (You need a MyUH portal account to complete Online Orientation: click here to set it up). Academic Advising Appointment: After completing Online Orientation, students will receive a unique code that they will be asked for when they call the Counseling Office to schedule their mandatory academic advising appointment (808-984-3306). UHMC WELCOME: Thursday, August 18th 2016 on the UHMC Kahului Campus from 9am-1pm (breakfast will be served). Check-In begins at 8:45am. ALL STUDENTS MUST RSVP HERE! Meet current students, faculty, and staff, learn about our academic programs and student support services, discover how to get involved on campus, and find out what makes our campus an exciting place to pursue your higher education goals! You are encouraged to arrive early! All first time freshmen are required to attend the UHMC Welcome, which is the final step every student must take in order to begin their collegiate journey. Transfer students are highly encouraged to attend. Should circumstances prevent your attendance, you must fill out the form here (you may be contacted by a staff member following submission). If you have any questions, please contact the First Year Experience Office at 984-3549 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org If you have a disability and have not voluntarily disclosed the nature of your disability and the support
Preparation for the UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions The UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions Document has been a collaborative effort and a result of campus feedback sessions, Strategic Planning events, as well as the re-accreditation process. UH System Strategic Directions Document UHCC System Strategic Directions Document WASC Senior Colleges and University Accreditation Documents with UHMC Achieving the Dream Hawai’i Papa Ke Ao Campus Feedback Sessions October 2014 -December 2014 CLICK HERE TO SEE COMPILED FEEDBACK NOTES Strategic Planning Event Invitation Strategic Planning Academic Summary Strategic Planning Agenda and Framing Questions Strategic Planning Business Summary Strategic Planning Student Services Summary Strategic Planning IT Summary Attendee List WASC Planning Meeting Agenda Responses Standard 1 Responses Standard 2 Responses Standard 3 Responses Standard 4 Themes that emerged from the WASC retreat Faculty and Staff Strategic Plan Strategic Action Plan Team Reports 2005 Strategic Plan.pdf Team A.pdf 2006-07 Priority Order Action Strategies Team B.pdf Strategic Plan Outcomes Team C.pdf Strategic Plan 2004-2005 Priorities Team D.pdf More Priorities (Internet Explorer Only) Team E.pdf Community Forum Presentation 10-2005 (5.6MB Flash file) Team F.pdf Team G.pdf Progress Reports Team H.pdf Progress Report 10/2004 Team I. pdf Progress Report 10/2004 Part II Team J. pdf Progress Report 10/2005 Team K.pdf Team L.pdf Team M.pdf 2006 Team A Team B Team C.pdf Excel Team D Team E Team F Team G Team H Team I
Love to sing, play an instrument, slam poetry, do magic tricks, stand-up comedy, karaoke, act, dance – hula? Come perform (or just watch) at The Music Club of University of Hawaii – Maui College Wednesday November 18, 5 – 8 pm, Student Lounge. This popular open mic event for the last three years will be part of the International Day on campus in November. All UHMC students, staff and faculty are invited along with the whole community of Maui. All talents, All ages. Free admission and free food. This is a family event. During the day the UH Maui College International Day will include performances featuring cultural dances, singing, music and crafts from Cameroon, China, India, Japan, Korea and the Philippines between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm in Multi-Purpose Room and then continue into the evening with the open mic where the UHMC chorus and Institute for Hawaiian Musicians will give a special performances and surprise talent from the Maui community too! The Music Club’s open mic will have the UHMC chorus start the evening with a performance of popular favorites where the audience can sing a long including a Beatles medley mashups and even the song "Imagine" sung in Hawaiian. Institute for Hawaiian Musician will have a guest performer and other surprise guest performers from Maui community to contribute to the evening’s festivities. “This is the third year we have held open mics” says Karyn Sarring, advisor to The Music Club. “So many open mics are just for music, held late at night and is not for family. We wanted to showcase all the different talents in our community and provide an opportunity for all of UH-MC performance classes (music, drama and language) and
Instruction For academic year 2013-14, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) and the Liberal Arts programs submitted a total of 24 instructional and three developmental program reviews. Each CTE review included a special emphasis on an overall assessment of their outcomes at both the course and program levels. As a result of this program review process, during the 2013-14 academic year, programs continue to make progress mapping their courses to the Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) of their program, and each program continues to seek validation and support of their PLOs from their respective advisory committees. Additionally, programs have begun mapping college-wide student learning outcomes (CASLOs) into their course and program analysis, and will continue to align each to Institutional Learning Outcomes that have been developed through a campus-wide process led by our Strategic Planning Committee. For academic year 2013-14, special emphasis was placed on Information Literacy. Health call indicators continued to improve during the 2013-14 period. Eight programs were classed as healthy (five more than last year), 11 were ranked as cautionary (two less than last year), and no programs received an overall unhealthy rating (down two from the previous year). The college met four of the six Perkins indicators for 2013-14, falling short in 1P1 (Technical Skills Attainment), and 4P1 (Student Placement). All seven of the Community Colleges failed to meet the 4P1 indicator, therefore it will received priority Perkins funding for the 2015-16 proposal year. Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, Counselors, and Career Link have been made aware of these deficiencies and have been challenged to improve these during the 2015-2016 academic year, and to address them in their next program reviews. Support Programs UH Maui College Academic Support programs including the four outreach
Prospective students interested in community health can take advantage of two new short-term certificate programs launching this fall at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. The certificates can be earned in one or two semesters, with class schedules designed for participants already balancing work and family obligations. The new Community Health Worker/Health Navigator 1 Certificate of Competence requires 15 credits, and will allow participants to finish in less than a year. New distance learning options will be also be available for Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Hāna, and Lāhainā. Community health workers (CHWs) in Maui County hold job titles that include outreach specialist, wellness navigator, program assistant, and health aide. They serve as bridges between the community and healthcare and social services providers, helping to ensure services are accessible and culturally appropriate. CHWs often provide care coordination and supportive counseling. “This work is about trust and compassion,” said Haunani Kamakana, a navigator at Molokaʻi General Hospital. They also focus on prevention, leading outreach and education efforts and supporting individuals, families, and communities in making healthy changes. Dr. Joe Humphry, Medical Director of the Lānaʻi Community Health Center, notes that “CHWs connect people to the resources they need to stay healthy, detect problems early on and improve management of chronic conditions. They are essential members of our health care team.” The CHW certificate was developed with input from local healthcare, public health, and social service employers, as well as national and state efforts like Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Innovation Plan, and workforce studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Project partners include Lānaʻi Community Health Center and Na Puʻuwai. Leadership and key staff from Lānaʻi Community Health Center, Na Puʻuwai, Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Mālama I
Following the success of last year’s free concert which packed the house, once again guitar virtuosos will perform at UH Maui College to shine a light on opportunities to study music and inspire the next generation of musicians. The concert is scheduled to take place Friday, July 10th at 3:00 PM in the ʻIke Leʻa auditorium, and will feature guitarists Ian O’Sullivan, Christopher Mallett, and Aaron Cardenas. The program will include a variety of music for solo and duet, with a mix of classical guitar and ukulele pieces. A reception with pupus and refreshments will follow at 4:00 PM for all attendees. Ian O’Sullivan, a Kamehameha graduate and UH alumni who became the first guitarist from Hawaiʻi to earn a Masters in Guitar from Yale University, performed last July and is excited to return. “As a performer, I always feel good when the acoustics are good. It’s nice to share music with another part of the University of Hawaiʻi and especially with the community. I look forward to talking to students after the concert.” OʻSullivan is currently a lecturer in classical guitar at UH Mānoa, and was a finalist in the 2014 Na Hōkū Hanohano awards for his first CD, Born and Raised. Christopher Mallett has been awarded several prizes including the Eliot Fisk Prize for “outstanding guitarist” from Yale University, the Alumni Ventures Grant from Yale University, and as part of the Oberlin Guitar Duo received top Prize in the International Guitar Chamber Competition in Brownsville Texas. He has also been featured in Classical Guitar Magazine, Soundboard and the American Suzuki Journal. Aaron Cardenas is a current UH Mānoa student. UH Maui College faculty are excited for the performance as well. Joel Katz, who