Campus voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, and cultural backgrounds of individuals and groups of a campus, and to instructional approaches and techniques that are based on the choices, interests, passions, and ambitions of those individuals and groups.
The voice of our students are recognized as an important component of shared decision-making here at Windward Community College.
What Does Student Voice Look Like?
Through ASUH, students are given the opportunity to sit on various campus boards, giving feedback and input to various committees. Students are also encouraged to bring concerns, feedback, and input straight to the chancellors office.
And if that is not enough, students can share their views on just about any subject through Ka ʻOhana, WCC’s award-winning student newspaper.