To apply to the WHC International Students Program and attend West Hills College Coalinga, you must complete the following 5 steps:
Deadline: July 15th for the Fall Semester and November 15th for the spring semester
The following items must be submitted with your application:
All materials must be mailed to the following address:
International Students Program
West Hills College Coalinga
300 Cherry Lane
Coalinga, CA 93210
Please note: Original documents are required to process a student's application.
Deadline: August 6, 2017
Provide the International Students Program Office with your flight schedule at least two weeks in advance of arrival, so that you may be picked up at the Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT). The International Students Program Office will then make the appropriate pick-up arrangements.
Deadline: August 8-10, 2017
International students must arrive one week prior to the start of classes. Students will be given a placement exam and will meet with an advisor/counselor to determine their courses and academic planning.
Orientation week is very important, since this is the week when students meet instructors, counselors and advisors, International Students Program staff and other international students. Students are also given an orientation to the WHCC campus and the community of Coalinga.
Dates are included in the admission package sent to students that have been admitted.
International students are required to live on campus during their first year at West Hills College Coalinga.
International Students admitted into West Hills College are guaranteed a place in the residence hall. Students living on campus will have three meals provided to them, Monday - Friday, and two meals on Saturday and Sunday. The Housing Application will be provided during orientation.
During orientation you will meet with an Academic Advisor, who will help you register for classes for the first year that you are at West Hills College. Our REG365 allows you to register for one full year.
|International Students Expenses||30 Units|
|Cost of Tuition/Fees||11,060.00|
|Housing and Food Plan||6,781.44|
|Insurance, Books, Misc.||4,725.00|
All fees for fall/spring semester attendance are due upon registration (the last day of orientation). Your payment must be received in 24 hours OR a HOLD will be placed on your account and you will not be able to add or drop classes. The HOLD status suspends the processing and issuing of all documents by the college, such as transcripts, diplomas, certificates, and immigration paperwork (I-20).
All delinquent account information will be reported to a collection agency for billing and reporting to all national credit reporting agencies 30 days from the end of each quarter/session. Collection costs as high as 30% will be charged to the student.