As Hawai‘i Community College looks forward to re-opening campuses this fall, the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community is our top priority. Without that, we cannot deliver the high-quality academic programs and services that will help students advance their lives through higher education and in turn contribute to the economic renewal we so badly need.
With just weeks away until the end of this semester, now is the time for that second wind to the finish line. Spring 2020 is definitely one for the books of Kauhale memories. So, let us finish strong and healthy…. Here are a few updates.
We posted new information relating to COVID-19 planning. They include:
Credit/No-Credit Grading Policy and FAQs
This is a message sent to faculty and staff by Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services Ken Kaleiwahea.
Aloha faculty and staff,
A number of adjustments regarding campus facilities have been made due to a significant drop in usage as a result of the University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as Governor Ige’s stay-at-home order through April 30.
Aloha Esteemed Faculty and Lecturers,
I hope all of you are doing well and are ready to deploy your courses via distance learning. Spend this week reacquainting with your students and acquainting your students and yourself to the different modality of delivery. Please let your DC, Dean, or me know if there's anything you and/or your students need. We have resource people available to assist.
Aloha Faculty and Lecturers,
UH and Hawai`i CC are committed to completing the academic semester and enabling students to graduate on schedule. Hawai`i CC is transitioning to deliver most of its classes via distance education, either online or via Zoom/Real Presence/Google Meet to lessen the risk of our faculty, staff, and students contracting COVID-19.