The process for new students is to first complete an application for admissions.
The second step is to take a placement test. The dates and
times are included on our website.
The third is to attend
or to complete our online orientation. The
fourth is to schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor for help in selecting courses. Appointments can be scheduled in Coalinga 559-934-2300 or Firebaugh 559-934-2300. The final step is to register
using My West Hills.
loans, and scholarships are available at West Hills Community
College. Fee waivers and book vouchers are also available for
all students who qualify. WHC has work-study available for
Some California residents may be eligible for a Board
of Governors Fee Waiver Grant, which waives all enrollment
fees. Books and supplies are not covered by this grant.
Apply by getting assistance from a financial aid employee.
When you apply for Federal Financial Aid, you will also
be considered for the Board of Governors Fee Waiver. Click here for more
information on tuition and
West Hills Community College offers certificates of completion,
Associate Degrees in Arts or Associate Degrees in Science.
Students can prepare for the world of work in a matter
of months, earn a degree, find employment, or transfer
to a four-year university. You can also take classes to
update your skills or for personal enrichment! For more
information on the classes that universities will accept
(in a specific major), contact the web site www.assist.org
No. If you are 18 or over, you do not need a high school
diploma. If you are under 18 or still in high school, you will need a special admission form. Special admission forms may be picked up in student services or call any of the WHC
locations (1-800-266-1114) for assistance.