Disabled Student Services (DSPS)
Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS) provides special assistance to students with disabilities through individualized help and counseling.
Tutorial services are FREE and available to all students enrolled in classes at West Hills College.
All Youth One Stop
Providing students ages 14-21 years from the Huron, Riverdale, Coalinga,and Caruthers Unified School Districts to reach their goals.
West Hills College Coalinga’s CalWORKs is a federally-funded program designated to provide supportive services to individuals on welfare.
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) provides academic and support services, as well as financial assistance to eligible migrant students.
The Extended Opportunity Program & services program helps disadvantaged students earn their degree and gain access to a more promising future.
High School Equivalency (HEP)
The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) helps migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their family obtain the equivalent of a high school diploma.
The focus of the Student Support Services program is to provide a comprehensive educational support system.
Providing support to eligible high school students so that they may be able to realize their dream of attending college after high school.
WHCC is dedicated to supporting your transition from the military into college with resources tailored to your specific needs.
Adults may now access employment, education, and training services through the Workforce Connection Career Centers.