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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    at UH Mānoa UH System links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Campus Contacts Senior Student Affairs Officers SSAO PDF Admin Support for SSAO PDF Other Student Affairs Officers PDF Academic Advising PDF Admissions Records Admissions PDF Transcript Evaluator PDF VA Designated School Official PDF Registrar PDF Career Development Career Services PDF Student Employment PDF

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/studentaffairs/contact.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Council of Senior Student Affairs Officers (CSSAO)
    Student Affairs CSSAO discusses system wide student affairs policies and practices to ensure consistency and coordination when serving students This ensures that university resources are leveraged to benefit student success and matriculation CSSAO Role and Responsibility PDF Members Hawai i CC Jason Cifra Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Honolulu CC Lara Sugimoto Interim Dean of Student Services Kapi olani CC Brenda Ivelisse Vice Chancellor of Student Services Kaua i CC Isaiah Kaauwai Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Leeward CC Curtis Washburn Dean of Student Services Maui College Debra Nakama Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Windward CC Amy Rozek Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs UH Hilo Gail Makuakane Lundin Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs UH Mānoa Lori M Ideta Interim Vice Chancellor for Students UH West O ahu Judy Oliveira Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs UH System Joanne Itano Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Meeting Schedule July 10 2015 at Hawai i CC August 5 2015 at Leeward CC Honolulu CC September 11 2015 at Windward CC October 8 2015 at Leeward CC November 13 2015 at Kaua i CC December 11 2015 at UH Mānoa joint with CCAO January 8 2016 at Hawai i CC February 11 2016 at Kapi olani CC 9 a m 1 p m March 11 2016 at UH West O ahu 9 a m 3 p m April 8 2016 at UH Hilo 9 a m 1 p m May 13 2016 at UH System joint with CCAO 9 a m 3 p m Agendas Agendas 2015 2016 Agenda 02 11 2016 PDF KCC Campus map PDF Conduct Workflow Process draft docx right click to download Stipend Support to Student Government docx right click to download e7205 sys sanctions draft 011916 docx right click to download Status VPAA Lead 2016 Legislature

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/studentaffairs/cssao.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Hawai i Commission for National and Community Service HCNCS Created by state law in 2002 the Hawai i Commission for National and Community Service encourages community service and volunteer participation as means to solve problems confronting communities and the state of Hawai i With funding from the federal

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    and Community Service State Postsecondary Education Commission State Approving Agency for Veterans Training Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education University of Hawai i Student Caucus Regents and Presidential Scholars RAPS Overview Current RAPS Scholars RAPS club at UH Mānoa UH System links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 State Postsecondary Education Commission SPEC In 1974 the State Postsecondary Education Commission SPEC was established by the legislature to provide a framework to preserve Hawai i s continued eligibility to receive and disburse federal student aid funding under Title IV of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965 Membership of SPEC includes the UH Board of Regents plus four other members representing the general public as well as public and private nonprofit and proprietary postsecondary education institutions The 1974 law placed SPEC within the University of Hawai i for administrative purposes with the UH President serving as its administrative officer and administratively operated by the UH System Office of Student Affairs Members UH Board of Regents Non BOR Members Statewide Program Coordination State Approving Agency for Veterans Training Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Quick links to

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 State Approving Agency SAA for Veterans Training Federal regulations require the governor of each state to designate an agency of the state to perform inspections and approvals of schools and training programs so that veterans dependents of veterans service personnel reservists and other persons can apply education benefits from the various G I bills For Hawai i that agency is the State Approving Agency SAA for Veterans Training The Hawai i SAA is administratively assigned to the State Postsecondary Education Commission SPEC but managed and operated by the UH System Office of Student Affairs The director of Hawai i SAA determines the qualifications of schools and job training establishments to offer instruction eligible for VA benefits under federal law in order to grant approval to such programs and schools In addition the Hawai i SAA Director performs periodic visits and inspections of approved schools and job training establishments to ensure compliance with federal law and regulations The director may withdraw approval if programs and schools fail to maintain standards and conditions under which approval was granted For the

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    Higher Education University of Hawai i Student Caucus Regents and Presidential Scholars RAPS Overview Current RAPS Scholars RAPS club at UH Mānoa UH System links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education WICHE The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education WICHE is a regional organization formed to administer the Western Regional Education Compact adopted in the 1950 s by legislative action in 15 western states The compact s participant states cooperatively agree to improve access to higher education for students in the western region through student exchange programs of study The 15 participant states are Alaska Arizona California Colorado Hawai i Idaho Montana Nevada New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington and Wyoming Each state appoints three commssioners to represent its interest in WICHE For information on Hawai i s commisioners click on the link below The student exchange programs include the Western Undergraduate Exchange WUE Program the Western Regional Graduate Program WRGP and the Professional Student Exchange Program PSEP Hawai i residents gain access to identified programs of study at participating WICHE colleges and universties at a

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    tel 808 956 8753 University of Hawai i Student Caucus UHSC Organized since Spring 1991 the University of Hawai i Student Caucus UHSC is the system wide association of all campus student governments formally recognized by the university in spring 2003 through executive policy Composed of two voting delegates from the eleven campus student governments UHSC serves to advocate collectively for the interests of students The caucus affords student leaders

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of HawaiEi System
    determination of your ongoing eligibility remember however that any grades you earn in summer courses will apply towards your cumulative GPA How do Incomplete I grades get calculated into my GPA In short Incomplete I grades do not get calculated into your GPA Your eligibility is determined on grades available at the time of formal If you have an Incomplete I grade and you are concerned about how it might affect your status please see the RAPS advisor top Academic Actions Probation and Disenrollment What happens if I don t make the GPA required We will place you on probation once on RAPS probation you will have one regular semester to bring your semester or cumulative GPA to the minimum required to maintain eligibility What if I don t meet the criteria for probation If you are unable to raise your semester or cumulative GPA to the minimum required after a semester of probation you will be disenrolled from the RAPS Scholarship What if I successfully get off probation but don t have a great semester and end up on probation again The same criteria apply However you are limited to two semesters total of probation It is expected therefore if you are on your second probation in the RAPS program that you will maintain eligibility from that point onward If you are not able to do so you will be disenrolled from the RAPS program If I am disenrolled from the program but get my grades back up can I reapply No Once you have been disenrolled from RAPS you cannot be readmitted How will I be notified of my academic status If we need to take an academic action i e probation removal from probation or disenrollment you will receive a hard copy letter from us informing you of your status Please ensure that you have your most current address listed on MyUH so that you receive relevant communications You are also encouraged to meet with the RAPS advisor if you have concerns about your continuing eligibility top Academic Advising How do I get advising for RAPS For the Mānoa campus The RAPS advisor is Siobhán Ní Dhonacha She is located in the Honors office in the Sinclair Library Commons first floor You can schedule an appointment with Siobhán via the online scheduler at http manoa hawaii edu undergrad honors advising For the Hilo campus The RAPS advisor is Emily Tarring She may be contacted by e mail at ekingery hawaii edu or 808 974 7323 For the UHWO campus The RAPS advisor is Irene Morrow You may contact her by e mail at imorrow hawaii edu or 808 689 2689 When do I have to see the RAPS advisor You are expected to come in for RAPS advising at least once a semester You will receive an email reminder at the start of the semester but you can schedule your appointment at a time that is most helpful to you Please remember that pre registration advising i

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