A Perceptual Survey Relating to the Administrative Contributions of Each President of BYU-Hawaii Campus : Its First Twenty Five Years
Brigham Young University
The purpose of this study was to record an overview of the administrations of each president of Brigham Young University--Hawaii Campus covering its first twenty-five years of existence including the goals given to each president by L.D.S. Church leaders and their accomplishments toward completion of these goals.
It was found that the goals of BYU--Hawaii Campus during the period of study were: (1) spiritual development, (2) intellectual development, and (3) the preparation of leaders to serve in the growing L.D.S. Church in Hawaii and elsewhere in the Pacific. All of the five presidents and the five original faculty members still serving at the University believed that the goals for the school had been accomplished. Although they cited examples to support their belief, no statistical evidence was submitted.
It was recommended that a more exhaustive historical research be made covering the twenty-five year period of the study and that statistical data, where appropriate, be collected to validate the opinions expressed by the participants.