A new six-year strategic plan for the University of Hawaii 10-campus system was unanimously approved by the UH Board of Regents at the board’s Thursday meeting at the UH-Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy.
The “UH System Strategic Plan 2023-2029 — Hawaii’s University for Today and Tomorrow” will guide the state’s only public higher education system and includes vision and mission statements, foundational principles and four imperatives with metrics to measure success, according to a news release from the university.
The plan is based on feedback from numerous sources: a survey of students, faculty and staff and town hall meetings; a statewide survey of community members; consultation with numerous UH governance groups; feedback submitted during a public comment period, along with reports and plans.
The plan was developed by a steering committee appointed in March, and more than a thousand students, faculty, staff and community members provided input.
To see the plan, visit www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor and click on “materials” for the Nov. 17 board meeting.