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Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC) is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at:

HTIC is currently undergoing its internal self-evaluation in preparation for the next Application for Reaffirmation of Accreditation, which is due to the ACCJC in January 2018.

Liberal Arts Program Course Completion Rates
  • Fall 2013 97.10%
  • Winter 2014 96.63%
  • Spring 2014 95.20%
  • Summer 2014 99.03%
  • Fall 2014 96.53%
  • Winter 2015 96.96%
  • Spring 2015 97.50%
  • Summer 2015 99.64%
  • Fall 2015 99.04%
  • Winter 2016 97.56%

Liberal Arts Program Retention Rates

Term F’12-W’13 W’13-Spr’13 Spr’13-Sum’13 Sum’13-F’13
Retention 100.0% 98.1% 91.7% 100.0%
Term F’13-W’14 W’14-Spr’14 Spr’14-Sum’14 Sum’14-F’14
Retention 94.30% 84.30% 92.50% 93.75%
Term F’14-W’15 W’15-Spr’15 Spr’15-Sum’15 Sum’15-F’15
Retention 86.80% 88.10% 89.47% 98.00%
Term F’15-W’16
Retention 96.80%

Liberal Arts Program Graduation Rates and Time to Program Completion by Cohort

First Term Total # of Students    % to Graduate          Average # of Terms
Summer 2013 25 84% (21/25) 4.86
Fall 2013 25 68% (17/25) 5.35
Winter 2014 15 67% (10/15) 5.7
Spring 2014 11 91% (10/11) 5.5
Summer 2014 19 89% (17/19) 5.1
Liberal Arts Program Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Summary for AY 2014 – 2015

LA has also adopted the Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) as its Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs):

1. Effective Communication Skills
Students read analytically, listen discerningly, and communicate clearly, effectively, and creatively in both written and oral forms in a manner appropriate to the audience, situation, and context.
2. Global Citizenship
Students demonstrate a sense of awareness beyond the self that includes an appreciation of diversity and multilingualism. Students also practice cooperation, ethical behavior, and other behaviors that contribute to global understanding and world peace.
3. Intellectual and Practical Skills
Students demonstrate intellectual and practical skills in different contexts and fields, interpreting and offering reasoned solutions to problems encountered both in the classroom and beyond. Students conduct quantitative and scientific analyses, and evaluate reasoning, claims, or information. Students also demonstrate creativity and an informed appreciation of the arts.
・Conclusion of SLO data analysis
For the Academic Year of Fall 2014 to Summer 2015, there were 126 courses offered, including 1-credit enrichment courses. Data on SLO assessment was collected for 93 courses, 15 of which reported an average of below 3 (unsuccessful) in one or more PLO/ILO. This means that over 80% of the courses for which data was collected averaged a 3 or above for all ILO/PLOs, which indicates success.
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