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  • A Brand New Edition of West Hills Magazine is Now Online

    A brand new edition of West Hills Magazine is now online. Featured stories include a new program to bring iPads to the classroom, an inspiring story about a student overcoming cancer, chemo and the loss of sight to succeed in the classroom, and a salute to West Hills retirees and their combined 380 years of service. » West Hills Magazine

  • Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley

    The West Hills Community College District (WHCCD), in partnership with numerous agencies, is launching Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley, a premier three-part public affairs series that will gather California's public policy and private sector leaders to confront the crises and challenges in the Valley. » Learn More

  • An exciting new cycling event is coming to Coalinga April 12!

    The West Hills Metric Century covers nearly 100 kilometers (approximately 61 miles). Online registration is now available through 11:59 p.m. April 9. A $25 fee will be charged for participation in either the 61-mile event, 17-mile “fun” ride, or 40-mile “mini-metric” tour. » Register Now

  • Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley

    The West Hills Community College District (WHCCD), in partnership with numerous agencies, is launching Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley, a premier three-part public affairs series that will gather California's public policy and private sector leaders to confront the crises and challenges in the Valley.

    The first action session is The Very Last Drop: Managing Water and Food Production on March 27, 2014, hosted at Harris Ranch Conference Center (Coalinga, CA)» Learn More

  • West Hills College is making it possible for students to register in advance for classes for an entire year!

    Beginning in April 2014, students will now be 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.» Learn More

  • WHCL Launches New Paramedic Program

    The new paramedic program at West Hills College Lemoore will begin May 2014. This is the only paramedic training site in the region to offer a paramedic degree. Applicants must have passed prerequisite courses and be a current EMT to qualify. A joint anatomy/physiology prerequisite course will begin March 17 » Learn More

  • PGE Donates $10000 to WHCCD Foundation towards scholarships

    PG&E makes $10,000 commitment to the President’s Scholars Program

    PG&E representatives, including former Coalinga PG&E manager Raj Beasla, were on hand at a recent West Hills Community College District Board of Trustees meeting to present a check representing their $10,000 commitment to the President’s Scholars Program, Engineering Scholars Program and Westside Institute of Technology. » Read More

  • Farm Water and the Business Crisis

    Without dependable supplies of irrigation water farms simply can't produce the fresh fruits and vegetables, feed and fiber products that create hundreds of thousands of jobs throughout California. Food Grows Where Water Flows. » View Video

  • College Accepts $100,000 Donation for President's Scholars Program from EECU

    College Accepts $100,000 Donation for President's Scholars Program from EECU

    West Hills College Lemoore President Don Warkentin joined officials from Educational Employees Credit Union (EECU) at the Hanford Branch on Wednesday, June 19, at 11 a.m. to accept a $100,000 donation to President’s Scholars, a unique program at the college that pays full tuition and reimburses book costs to outstanding local area high school graduates. » Read More

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