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  • 2010 Graduates - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    and spent time together and helped each other through troubled times We had many choices of universities to which to transfer after graduation from HTIC I was surprised about how many possibilities and opportunities there were Nothing can replace my experiences at HTIC I could not experience this exciting life anywhere else in the world Mr Ken Hamanaka Japan 2010 HTIC Alumus West Virginia University Major Athletic Coaching Education I am attending West Virginia University WVU right now where my major is Athletic Coaching Education I am also a student manager for the men s basketball team at WVU My dream has been to become a basketball coach either in the U S or in Japan When I thought about the process of how to make this dream come true I realized that I needed to learn English first That s why I decided to come to HTIC My decision to come to HTIC was definitely the right one During my first year I did not know any English at all and I faced difficulties communicating and living in the U S I cannot express how much I appreciate my teachers and the staff at HTIC who supported me throughout my time as a student there Teachers in the College Preparatory Program taught me not only English but also how to study and communicate with people in English After I was accepted into HTIC I was no longer afraid of pursuing my dream I am now able to communicate with foreigners in English without any shyness or hesitation That is because I am confident about my English skills I am enjoying my college life at WVU with my American classmates The things that I am able to do at WVU such as communicating with foreigners and taking classes in English

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  • HTIC Web Support Credit
    HTIC appreciates the following vendors for supporting our Web Base Theme Design Bcool Icon Design E ART Japan Icon Design FAMFAMFAM

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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    the proficiency necessary to succeed in HTIC s Associate in Arts degree program International students lacking the English proficiency necessary to enter directly into the Associate in Arts degree program are first enrolled in College Prep Upon successful completion of College Prep these students are then admitted into HTIC s Associate in Arts program College Prep is the most effective ESL program in the State of Hawaii for college bound ESL students because it is designed specifically for students wishing to attain U S Associate in Arts or baccalaureate degrees HTIC s main program is its Associate in Arts degree program in the Liberal Arts hereafter referred to as Liberal Arts or LA program The Liberal Arts curriculum is designed to create a learning community with active learning that not only covers subjects but uncovers minds as well An important feature of the learning community is that it is a school without walls and for this purpose Wednesdays are reserved for off campus field trips and activities that enhance the classroom curriculum Another unique feature of the Liberal Arts program is that courses are offered year round as a part of a quarter system Students thus routinely graduate with their Associate in Arts degrees in less than the two years generally required at other U S colleges Over the years students from Germany Chile Peru Thailand the People s Republic of China Taiwan Korea Micronesia Vietnam Japan and the U S have graduated from HTIC with the Associate in Arts degree The majority of these graduates go on to successfully complete their baccalaureate degrees at universities in Hawaii on the U S mainland or at Tokai campuses in Japan Added vitality is brought to the campus by the third academic component of HTIC International Programs IP IP coordinates frequent short term 2 weeks to 6 month study programs for college and graduate level students from TES and other university and secondary school systems in Japan Korea and Taiwan IP students are immersed in a curriculum that blends English language courses with research in fields as diverse as anthropology international relations political science history Hawaiian culture medicine nursing and marine science While the academic programs at HTIC focus heavily on improving students English language skills and providing quality and basic general education the larger impact over the years has been the change in student attitudes and behavior as they experience the aloha spirit in the friendly multicultural community of Honolulu It is this aloha spirit that results in alumni returning to visit both HTIC and Hawaii and which frequently is commented upon in alumni surveys And it is this change in attitude that allows these individuals to become global citizens who perpetuate the TES and HTIC mission of knowledge and cross cultural understanding as the way to world peace COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION All students at HTIC are encouraged to participate in the Honolulu community and over the years have volunteered at the Moili ili Community Center and nearby elementary schools and at

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  • Chancellor's Message - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    to promote a global vision and provide students with a gateway into the international arena With small classes and a dedicated faculty and staff students are the center of all of HTIC s activities You will find on the pages that follow an outline of many of HTIC s programs What makes HTIC particularly exciting at this time is its move to new quarters from its campus overlooking Waikiki to the newly developed community of Kapolei in West Oahu At its new location HTIC will merge its programs to work closely with the University of Hawaii s newest campus UH West Oahu By sharing a common campus location both HTIC and West Oahu students will study work and relax together affording a dynamic international experience We look forward to your virtual visit of our campus and we hope someday we may welcome you to our Hawaii campus Takuya Yoshimura Chancellor Hawaii Tokai International College Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Introduction Chancellor s Message Our Mission HTIC s Strategic Positioning Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty HTIC s Accreditation HTIC Statistics Board Policies Find

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  • Our Mission - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    students faculty and staff are strongly supported to promote language fluency among international students and to enhance the cross cultural understanding among students faculty and staff HTIC is a student centered environment Administrators faculty and support staff recognize the individual needs of each student in the learning community and provide meaningful opportunities for the student s academic and personal development Students are supported in their efforts to stretch themselves to test their abilities and to succeed Students at HTIC are viewed as responsible adult learners who take an active role in their education with the support of professional instructors staff and administrators Daily practices that result in high academic achievement responsible personal attitudes civility and cross cultural respect are expected of all students faculty and staff who belong to the HTIC learning community HTIC celebrates the multicultural background of its administrators faculty staff and students treating everyone within the learning community with fairness respect for cultural differences and appreciation for their many similarities By doing so the school engages in actively developing and promoting responsible global citizens HTIC provides an international gateway for students interested in bridging the cultural economic social and educational differences in the Asia Pacific region Students who wish to pursue four year degrees at American universities or Tokai University campuses in Japan are prepared to successfully make the transition into baccalaureate and advanced degree programs With the emphasis on critical thinking cross cultural sensitivity and effective written and verbal communication skills students interested in entering occupations in the private or public sectors also greatly benefit from the gateway opportunities provided at HTIC Achieving Our Mission HTIC s Learning Outcomes To facilitate the accomplishment of the goals of the mission statement these institutional learning outcomes are an integral part of the courses programs and services of the HTIC learning community All courses offered at HTIC will incorporate these learning outcomes as appropriate Each term selected classes will be designated as intensive classes and will stress these specific outcomes writing oral communication and or cooperative learning 1 Effective Written Communication Students will demonstrate an ability to write effective English language essays of varying length and styles with a minimum of grammatical and spelling errors 2 Critical Thinking Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills through effective problem solving This involves being able to define a problem in any field of discipline with the approval of a mentor research pertinent information for the solution of the problem recognize stated and unstated assumptions formulate and select relevant and promising hypotheses draw conclusions validly and judge the validity of inferences 3 Effective Oral Communication Students will give an English language oral presentation which demonstrates clarity of expression persuasiveness or argument and originality in style 4 Global Citizenship Students will demonstrate their awareness of international affairs and global citizenship by identifying an issue in international relations environmental political social or economic research an appropriate international organization that is trying to resolve the problem and propose a personal course of action 5 Second Language

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  • HTIC's Strategic Positioning - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    clearly understand HTIC s mission that 95 percent of graduates transfer to four year college universities throughout the world and that 35 percent of the student population come from many different countries Creating Excellence in Student Learning and Services Student success in achieving their academic and personal goals is of paramount importance at HTIC As such the College strives to enhance the quality of its programs and the learning environment by constantly reviewing the College Preparatory Liberal Arts and International Programs curricula services provided to students and the physical environment In addition the College is committed to improving the professionalism of the faculty and staff through use of an established evaluation system a program for personnel development and the hiring of qualified individuals The result is the continual improvement of academic quality the strengthening of student services the promotion of a multilingual setting and improved learning environment By 2011 HTIC s faculty and staff will understand and engage in continuous program review assessing learning outcomes and other appropriate data for evaluation planning and resource allocation Doing so ensures the College has academic integrity and positions it to move forward in whatever direction it determines in its next strategic plan Sustain the Operational Integrity of HTIC In order to realize its mission and improve the environment of its learning community HTIC commits to shared governance stable leadership and a clean safe physical environment by allocating the appropriate budget for improvements By 2011 HTIC asserts that all faculty and staff will be committed to helping students to realize the mission and to creating a safe and comfortable physical environment that is financially sustainable HTIC is strategically positioning itself by laying the groundwork to shift to a green campus that can be certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Since

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  • Download Center - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    HTIC Statistics Category 1 College Information Kapolei Campus Move FAQ Sheet Jan 28 2015 ENG Date Posted 2015 2 16 Description F A Qs Category 1 College Information Request for Transcript Date Posted 2016 1 19 Description Request for Transcript 1 2 Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty

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  • Download Center - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    in Albanian Category 2 Foreign Language Guides HTIC Introduction Sheet in Chinese Date Posted 2008 10 14 Description in Chinese Category 2 Foreign Language Guides HTIC Introduction Sheet in Croatian Date Posted 2007 8 22 Description in Croatian 1 2 3 Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty HTIC

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