The Site Visit

October 16-18, 2012.

Schedule

Tuesday, October 16

9:30 am Team arrives on campus
10:00–10:30 am Welcome Reception (by invitation)
10:30–11:00 am Campus tours for team members
11:30 am Lunch in Team Room
12 noon Selected team members depart to visit Wai‘anae campus
12:30–1:30 pm Open Forum (Hālau ‘Ike o Pu‘uloa, DA 106)
Team members will be available during this time for faculty, staff, students and community members to meet and talk to them about the self evaluation.
2:00 pm Campus Council Meeting (BE 106)
11:00am–4:00 pm Team works in Team Room (Ka‘ala Room, GT 105) and conducts scheduled interviews

 

Wednesday, October 17

10:00 am Open Forum (Hālau ‘Ike o Pu‘uloa, DA 106)
Team members will be available during this time for faculty, staff, students and community members to meet and talk to them about the self evaluation.
11:00 am Student Open Forum (Student Lounge)
Talk Story Session with Student Government open to all students
11:30 am Lunch in Team Room
12 noon Meeting with Student Senators (Senate Chambers)
3:00 pm Team members attend Faculty Senate Meeting (BE 104)
Open to all faculty; non-faculty should contact Paul Lococo in advance
if they wish to attend.
10:00am–4:00 pm Team works in Team Room (Ka‘ala Room, GT 105) and conducts scheduled interviews


Thursday, October 18

8:00–11:00 am Team works in hotel meeting and production rooms
12 noon Lunch in Team Room
12–1:00 pm Team Chair meets with Chancellor
1:00–2:00 pm Exit Report to Campus (Student Lounge, second floor Campus Center)
2:01 pm Team departs campus

 

Please note

Activities indicated in bold are open to all faculty, staff, students and community members.

Download a printable version of the Visit Schedule.
Download a printable Guide to the Evaluation Visit.

What to Expect

You can expect visiting team members to:
-- Visit lecture, labs and online classes to observe classes in session and attend any regularly scheduled institutional meetings;
-- Walk about the campus to evaluate facilities and speak informally with members of the college community; and
-- Request to meet with particular units or individuals to gather additional data and clarify findings.