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Skill Building Education
Career Focused Training
High School Dual Enrollment Program
Dream Resource Center (California Dream Act)
Why West Hills College Coalinga?
Let Us Help You Fund Your Education
Once you've completed admissions and the affidavit in Student Services, you will be eligible to complete an application for the California Community College Promise Grant, formerly known as the Board of Governors (BOG) Enrollment Fee Waiver. Dream
This will allow you to register for your classes and its paid for through the state of California
More than likely yes, we encourage all future and current West Hills students to fill out a FAFSA application. This will allow our team to evaluate your need and provide you with any financial assistance and options available to you.
We also offer a number of other options to our student which include:
- Fee waivers and book vouchers (For Those who Qualify)
- Grants and Loans
Visit our cost of attendance page for current information on tuition and fee waivers. Tuition rates differ based on California residency status.
The Fall semester begins mid August with Spring semester starting mid January. For official semester start for Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters please see our Academic Calendar
Classes are offered Monday through Friday during the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. In addition, there is an excellent selection of courses offered online.
West Hills Community College offers certificates of completion, Associate Degrees in Arts (AA) or Sciences (AS), as well as Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT). Students can prepare for the world of work in a matter of months, earn a degree, find employment, or transfer to a four-year university. You can also take classes to update your skills or for personal enrichment!
We also offer a number of non-credit Skill Building Education courses for those simply looking to improve their current skill set or advance their careers.
For information on the classes that universities will accept (in a specific major), consult www.assist.org and/or speak with your academic advisor or counselor.
Variation: What degrees and certificates are offered?
West Hills Community Colleges offer Associate Degrees in Arts (AA) or Sciences (AS), as well as Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT), Certificates of Achievement, and Industry Certification Prep course sets in a number of academic majors.
If you are not sure what academic major to pursue we also offer a personalized academic program finder which matches your interest to potential majors.
West Hills College is making it possible for students to register in advance for classes for an entire year! Students are able to register for all three semesters of the academic year at once. This will allow students to plan and guarantee their class schedule for a full academic year.
Class registration becomes available in April/May each year, allowing registrations for the following Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters - the entire academic year all at once!
Priority registration is granted based upon special factors such as active military/veteran status, membership in a special group (i.e. President's Scholars, SSS TRiO), and a number of college units completed. New students need to complete the application for admission, placement testing, orientation, and counseling.
For more information call Student Services. Here is the information for all locations:
West Hills College Lemoore: 559-925-3000
West Hills College Coalinga: 559-934-2000
West Hills College Coalinga, North District Center 559-934-2977
Variation: When can I register for next semester?
Everyone who would like to attend one of our Colleges must complete an admissions application.
After applying to one of our colleges you will be asked to have your official transcripts sent to us from any previous colleges or universities you have attended.
For more information, please see “I completed classes at another college. How do I receive credit for these courses at West Hills?”