There are many ways to experience campus life, but it’s hard to beat the rich experiences of on-campus living. West Hills College Coalinga provides students with the option of on-campus housing. Each residence hall is fully-staffed and equipped with cable television, wireless internet and laundry facilities as well as computer and recreational rooms.

Goals of On-Campus Housing

WHCC aims to provide students a safe, secure living environment which, in turn, encourages academic success. On-campus life also promotes a better understanding of different cultures and lifestyles while teaching students about responsibility.

Why On-Campus Housing?

Studies show that students who live on campus not only have a higher GPA, but are more likely to graduate. It’s also a great way to make new friends and  get involved in fun activities and programs. The residence halls are a convenient, cost-effective housing option.

Residence Hall Association

The Residence Hall Association is an organization for students living on-campus, and is responsible for sponsoring resident activities.

  • To qualify for on-campus housing, students must be registered as a full-time student (15 units of credit each semester) and maintain a 2.0 GPA. Students who qualify for on-campus housing must purchase a meal plan.


    Due to limited space, we encourage students to apply for Fall housing before July 1 and for Spring housing by Dec. 1 of each year. After these dates, students must contact the Department of Residential Living at (559) 934-2370 to check for availability.


    For additional information, please email:

    Alex Villalobos
    Director of Residential Living

    Gordon Hall: (559) 934-2370
    Ivans Hall: (559) 934-2370

  • Total cost of fees, tuition and housing are to be paid prior to your arrival. On-campus housing will not be granted unless all costs have been covered. If you have a remaining balance from a previous semester, you will not be allowed to register for classes or on-campus housing until the balance has been resolved. Lastly, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 units and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher.


  • To apply for housing, it is important to first ensure you have applied and been accepted as a student. You will also want to ensure that you have applied for financial aid. Once those two items are completed, proceed to the housing application:

    Apply for On-Campus Housing

  • The benefits of living on-campus are endless. Services our residents benefit from include study rooms, game rooms and laundry facilities.