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  • Innovation Award

    Presidential Search for WHCL

    The nationwide search for a new president for West Hills College Lemoore is underway. The search comes following President Don Warkentin’s announcement in January that he would retire at the end of 2015. Warkentin has been president since 2004. » For more information

  • Open Registration is Here! Register for your summer 2015, fall 2015, and spring 2016 classes now with Reg365!
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  • West Hills Community College District Recognized for Innovation in Higher Education Award in Sacramento. West Hills was recognized with the award for its unique advance-registration innovation, Reg365, which was launched in 2014 and allows students to register for a full year of classes at once.  The honor comes with $2.5 million, which will be put toward further innovation including advances in distance education, professional development, student schedule planning and student success. WHC Coalinga President Carole Goldsmith, WHC Lemoore President Don Warkentin, Chancellor Frank Gornick and Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Workforce Development Stuart Van Horn visited the capital to represent West Hills.
  • Igaugural 2015 Car Show, Sept 12th, Coalinga CA. Proceeds in support of president scholars program.
  • Innovation Award

    West Hills College is one of the winners of the California Innovation Awards for Higher Education

    West Hills is among 14 colleges statewide to earn one of the prizes, and the only Central Valley college to be included in the list of winners. The honor comes with a $2.5 million award. West Hills was recognized for its unique advance-registration innovation, Reg365, which allows students to register for classes for a full year, all at once. » Read More

  • West Hills College Coalinga Agricultural Field Day

    View event day results and photo gallery on our Farm of the Future Agriculture Field Day page. » View Results and Gallery

  • Essential Elements Series

    Overheard at Essential Elements “Trading Partners:” California agricultural exports support more than 1 million jobs in the state, according to Jeff Williamson, state director for the California Community Colleges Centers for International Trade and Development.
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