Helping To Turn Potential Into Progress

Whether you’re a first-year or transfer student, West Hills College Lemoore is here to help you begin your academic journey.

The Admissions Process

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Apply for Admission
We welcome you to apply using our online admissions process. Begin your free online application today!
Apply to West Hills College Lemoore
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Apply for Financial Aid

West Hills College Lemoore is committed to assisting students and their families in meeting the cost of a college education.

Learn more about Financial Aid
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Placement & Orientation
We ask our students to participate in an orientation and see a counselor or adviser for placement assessment based on multiple measures prior to registering for classes
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Meet With A Counselor
Our team of dedicated counselors are here to answer any questions you have, and to help set you on a path to success.
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Register & Pay for Classes
Search and register for classes up to a whole year in advance using our online registration program, Reg365.
Search for classes

Let Us Help You Fund Your Education

Nothing is out of reach at West Hills College Lemoore, and that includes the cost of education. See how our financial aid programs support you when you need it most. Learn about West Hills’ unique “Paid Like A Paycheck” disbursement program that provides payment every two weeks.
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Admission FAQs

Looking for more information about how to attend West Hills College? We’re here to help.
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  • Please see our college admission pages by selecting a college you would like to attend below. Students may register and take classes at either college. However, they must register for a home college which offers the degree or program they seek. Firebaugh, North District Center, is an extension of West Hills College Coalinga

    West Hills College Coalinga

    West Hills College Lemoore

    1. The first step is to have your official transcripts sent to us from any previous colleges or universities you have attended. Currently, West Hills College requires official copies of transcripts from ANY institution of higher education you have attended (whether you passed classes or not) in order to grant a West Hills College degree. To receive credit, the school you attended must be regionally-accredited.

      Typically, your previous school will have a link on their website or portal to request your transcripts be sent to us (or directly to you). Transcripts must still be sealed to be considered official. Allow 2-3 weeks from the time you requested them for your transcripts to arrive. Then, speak to your team counselor to request that your transcripts be evaluated and schedule a follow-up appointment to review the results. Evaluations may take up to 4-6 weeks from the time of request.

    1. Grants and loans are available through our Financial Aid Office.  Scholarships are available at West Hills Community College. Fee waivers and book vouchers are also available for all students who qualify. West Hills Colleges also has work-study available for eligible students.
    1. Yes. Begin by logging-in to your myWestHills portal and click class search.  You will be able to find scheduled classes and register for classes.