Published on March 11, 2014
1) Newtown Square (1976 – 1981) 1976 enrollment: 139 2) Leeward CC, Ewa (1981 – 1998) 1981 enrollment: 369 OUR HISTORY 3) Leeward CC, “Waikiki” (1998 – 2012) 1998 enrollment: 685
Currently UH West O´ahu, Kapolei (2012 – present) 2014 enrollment: 2,186 ENROLLMENT
Student Activity Fees At Peer Institutions Prior 2013 Fee Type UH West Oahu UH Hilo Cali State Univ – Monterey Bay Univ of Wash – Bothell Evergreen State College Activity Fee $10 $36 $291 $390 $553 Media Fee $28 print $10 broadcast Allotted from activity fee Allotted from activity fee Allotted from activity Campus Center Program Fee $14 $44 Allotted from activity fee Campus Center Operations Fee $10 recreation $60 recreation $90 recreation $276 Student Govt Fee $36 $96 Allotted from activity fee Allotted from activity fee Student Health Fee $14 $126 None $210 Student Technology Fee None $126 $48 clean energy Student Transportatio None Allotted from activity fee None $9 late nite shuttle
UHWO Student Fee Proposal Leadership of ASUHWO Passed by BOR in March 2013 Fee Implemented in Fall 2013 Went from $5 to $120 Goal: Increase co-curricular and student life offerings and create more opportunities for student leadership.
UH Board of Regents Chapter 7 - Student Affairs
What is Chapter 7 Recognizes the value of co-curricular activities • Defines co-curricular activities: student governance, residential life, organizations that support social life or leisure activities, student publications and broadcasting, support and involvement in athletics and honor societies • Empower students to be responsible leaders...and contributors to our society
Sets policy The Board encourages the establishment of a robust student life program, including the establishment of student organizations. The Board recognizes the establishment of two types of student organizations: Chartered Student Organizations and Registered Independent Organizations.
What is a CSO? chartered student organization A CSO is a campus-wide student association organized to carry out functions or operations on behalf of the University for the purpose of serving the entire student body on its campus.
What do CSO’s Do? Opportunity to learn to: institutional governance; advocate for students; (c) satisfy constituent needs and interests via planned programs, services and activities; and (d) work effectively within organizational or group settings. Examples of CSO functions and operations may include: (a) serving as representatives for the undergraduate student body; (b) serving as representatives for the graduate student body; (c) responsibility for student publications; (d) responsibility for broadcast communications; and (e) oversight of the operation of the student center.
About the CSO Organized via permission by the Chancellor or their designee Financed by mandatory student fees Charter must be ratified by constituents Chancellor or designee shall determine how the CSO operates, in conformance with this policy and approves their charter and budget. Provided administrative support by UHWO staff.
UHWO Student Fee
Current Student Activity $ 14/sem support to club & & Program Fee repurposed) campus progs & events Student Publication $ 9/sem monthly campus news; Fee ldrship learning & workforce prep Campus Center $ 22/sem purposeful transition to Fees $ 06/sem college campus; peer to peer mentoring; student lounge consistent staffing; enhanced student safety; ldrship learning & workforce prep Benefits
Current Student Government $ 05/sem focused student Fee advocacy; ldrship lrng & workforce prep Student Health $ 30/sem clinical service by Fee advanced professional registered nurse Student Transportation $ 26/sem improved access to Fee public bus transportation Benefits Student Technology $ 08/sem computer lab staffing; Fee maintenance of current computer technology
UHWO CSOs Chartered Student Organizations Associated Students of the University of Hawai´i – West O´ahu (ASUHWO) Student Activity Fee Board (SAFB) Student Media Board (SMB) Campus Center Board (CCB)
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