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West Hills College-Coalinga
Coalinga, United States- California


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WHC Coalinga History

The establishment of a college for the Coalinga Union High School District was proposed in the spring of 1932. The official beginning of the Coalinga Extension Center of Fresno State College dates from October 3, 1932. In September 1941, Coalinga Junior College became an independent unit under the direction of the Governing Board of the Coalinga Union High School District. Construction of a new campus on Cherry Lane near the northern limit of the City of Coalinga was begun on October 3, 1955, and the buildings were occupied on September 13, 1956.

In November of 1961, the voters of Coalinga Union High School District approved the formation of a separate junior college district, and in June of 1962, the voters of Lemoore High School District voted to annex to the college district, as did voters of Riverdale and Tranquillity High School Districts in December of 1962. Effective July 1, 1969, the official name of the college was changed to West Hills College in keeping with the nature of the expanded district.

In order to effectively serve the college district, West Hills College built the North District Center in the city of Firebaugh in 1971. In 1979 the District purchased land in the City of Lemoore, and in 1981 a classroom building and an office were erected. This was the Kings County Center until January 2002. On September 26, 2000, the Board of Trustees signed and accepted the “Agreement of Donation of Land for the West Hills College Lemoore” a generous donation from Robert and Mardell Pedersen and Lionel and Lola Simas.

Opening its doors to students on January 14, 2002, West Hills College Lemoore features 18 classrooms, a state-of-the-art science wing called a Collaboratory, the largest and most technologically advanced library in Kings County, a multipurpose center, a full-service student services and administration building, as well as an outdoor amphitheater for students and community members.

Financial Aid Office Mission:

The mission of the Student Financial Aid Department is to provide WHCCD students with the timely delivery of financial assistance while maintaining accountability and proper stewardship of the public, institutional, and private funds with which it is entrusted. We are committed to providing courteous service to support the academic mission and goals of the college, community and its students.

What Is Financial Aid?

Financial aid is funding provided by federal and state governments and institutional sources to help students with their educational expenses. The funding is made up of grants, scholarships, and loans. Loans have several repayment options.

How To Apply:

Check out our online application instructions page or visit the FAFSA web page. You can also stop by any of our financial aid offices on campus for application assistance. Priority application deadlines are established each year. Students are encouraged to apply in advance to meet these deadlines.

Need More Answers?

Parents and students with more questions should review the Cash For College publication from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Cash For College offers basic facts about student aid programs and application procedures.

Federal Student Aid for College or Career School - The U.S. Department of Education provides grants, loans, and work-study opportunities to eligible students attending participating colleges or career schools. The Department is the source of nearly 70 percent of all student aid awarded in the U.S. each year. The vast majority of the Department's aid is not based on academic merit. For further information and an online application, visit the Department's Web site at Alternatively, you may call the Federal Student Aid Information Center toll free: 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243). TTY for the hearing-impaired is 1-800-730-8913.

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   Scholarships and grants for international students @ West Hills College-Coalinga

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   American Indian Scholarship Anne Trevarthen Memorial Scholarship Coca-Cola All-State Community Colleges Academic Team Scholarship Enid Hall Griswold Memorial Scholarship
   Irene and Daisy MacGregor Memorial Scholarship Alice W. Rooke Scholarship Caroline E. Holt Nursing Scholarship Dr. Francis Anthony Beneventi Medical Scholarship
   Mildred Nutting Nursing Scholarship Occupational/Physical Therapy Scholarship Lillian and Arthur Dunn Scholarship Margaret Howard Hamilton Scholarship
   Madeline Pickett (Halbert) Cogswell Nursing Scholarship Arthur Lockwood Beneventi Law Scholarship Nellie Love Butcher Music Scholarship Frances Crawford Marvin American Indian Scholarship

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