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Overall Rating Expired
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Liaison Dingilizwe Ncube
Submission Date Oct. 2, 2012
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STARS v1.1

Hawaii Pacific University
PAE-2: Strategic Plan

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Dingilizwe Ncube
Facilities Project Coordinator
Facilities Department
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Year the strategic plan or equivalent was completed or adopted:
2,012

Does the institution's strategic plan or equivalent guiding document include the environmental dimensions of sustainability at a high level?:
No

A brief description of how the strategic plan or amendment addresses the environmental dimensions of sustainability:
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Does the institution's strategic plan or equivalent guiding document include the social dimensions of sustainability at a high level?:
Yes

A brief description of how the strategic plan or amendment addresses the social dimensions of sustainability:

HPU's Strategic Plan includes: "HPU’s offering of an American-style , English medium education that is cradled in a Hawaiian sustainability culture." "To sustain an exemplary shared governance infrastructure." "To exemplify a culture of service." "To coordinate and manage community connections in order to leverage HPU’s strengths, values, and internal assets and promote a sustainable world, lifelong education, and workforce development." "To establish and sustain strategic relationships with Hawai‘i ethnic communities." "Creating safe and secure campus environments where community-building activities can flourish." "To provide students with consciously planned local, civic, global, and business experiences throughout their years at HPU." "To integrate Hawaiian related values that are globally transferable into the student learning and living experiences." "To nurture a culture of engagement among students at HPU, starting in their first year."


Does the institution's strategic plan or equivalent guiding document include the economic dimensions of sustainability at a high level?:
Yes

A brief description of how the strategic plan or amendment addresses the economic dimensions of sustainability:

HPU's Strategic Plan includes: "To be an independent university in Hawai'i requires significant enrollments from the continental United States and from international sources (primarily Asia) in order to sustain student and financial critical mass." "To create and sustain ties to economic development in Hawai‘i and in student market areas through Chambers of Commerce and ministries / departments of economic development and diplomacy, with industry sectors and multinational corporations and local communities." "To sustain a solid financial position and credit rating." "To be a vital partner in bolstering Hawai‘i’s economy by offering HPU’s academic prowess as a resource for Hawai‘i’s further diversification and development." "To ensure a culture of continuously planned improvement within an environment of fiscal responsibility and sustainability."


The website URL where information about the strategic plan is available:
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