Craft the perfect resume with our WIN Center's Top Notch Resume workshop! September 21 at noon! Room 275! Register: https://goo.gl/2J2jQB
Check out local job listings on our Career Center website!
Health and Wellness students! Join us Saturday, Sept. 23 for our Health and Wellness Registration Fair! 9 a.m. to Noon in Room 270. Get help registering for Spring 2018 classes, learn about FAFSA and take advantage of our 1 to 1 Education Plan sessions.
Please RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-spring-health-wellness-registration-fair-tickets-36958075599
There's still time to sign up for the 21st Annual West Hills Community College Foundation President's Scholars Golf Tournament, which will kick off at the club on Sept. 25 with an 8:30 a.m. shot gun start. Registration is $200 per golfer, with lunch and a $50 gift certificate for pro shop merchandise included. Golfers will also have a chance to win a variety of prizes.
Sponsorships, ranging from the $150 Golf Cart Sponsor to $12,500 Platinum Sponsor level, are also available for businesses and organizations interested in supporting the fundraiser.
All proceeds from the event will go toward the West Hills College President's Scholars Program, which provides top local students the ability to attend West Hills College Coalinga, West Hills College Lemoore or North District Center, Firebaugh at virtually no cost.
To register, visit http://westhillscollege.com/golf/. For more information about the President's Scholars Program or the annual golf tournament, contact the West Hills Community College Foundation by phone at (559) 934-2150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the date! WHCL will be hosting a transfer fair featuring more than 20 universities! September 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Union!
It’s a new school year and that means new Associated Student Body Officers! Meet your new ASB officers! And be sure to get involved this semester with ASB! Meetings are held in Room C16 every Friday at noon and everyone is welcome. Want a sneak peek at what meetings will cover? View all meeting agendas here: http://www.boarddocs.com/ca/whccd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=AR6KE3516CD7
Interested in Transferring? Our upcoming TransferMation Week is for you! From Sept. 25-Sept. 28 our Transfer Center will hold workshops and a transfer fair designed just for those of you looking to transfer! Here is the schedule!
Sept. 25. 1-2 p.m. Student Union Eagle Room
The Associate Degree for Transfer (AA-T or AS-T) is a special, new degree offered at California Community Colleges. The guarantee itself means that students who earn an AA-T or AS-T degree and meet the CSU minimum eligibility requirements are guaranteed admission to a CSU, but not necessarily to a particular campus or major. With the special degree, you may be given a GPA bump when applying to an impacted campus outside your local area or an impacted major that is deemed similar. In addition, once at the CSU, if you are admitted and enrolled in a designated similar degree program you have the opportunity to complete your bachelor's degree with as little as 60 semester units or 90 quarter units of coursework. http://adegreewithaguarantee.com/
Sept. 26. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Come meet with more than 20 university representatives, play some games and learn all about transferring!
Historically Black Colleges and Universities Transfer Info Session
Sept. 27. 11 a.m. to Noon.
Student Union Eagle Room
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have an excellent academic track record. While only about 17 percent of black undergraduate students attend an HBCU, more than 28 percent of African-Americans who receive a bachelor's degrees obtain them from an HBCU. These colleges and universities are also leading institutions in awarding degrees to African-American students in the life sciences, physical sciences, mathematics and engineering programs.
Thanks to an agreement signed March 17, 2015 between the California Community Colleges and several HBCUs, California community college students who complete certain academic requirements are guaranteed transfer to a participating HBCU. http://extranet.cccco.edu/HBCUTransfer.aspx
Western Undergraduate Exchange Transfer Agreement
Sept. 28. 11 a.m. to Noon
Student Union Eagle Room
WUE (pronounced "woo-wee") is the Western Undergraduate Exchange, and it is coordinated by WICHE. WUE is a regional tuition-reciprocity agreement that enables students from WICHE states to enroll in more than 150 participating two- and four-year public institutions at 150 percent of the enrolling institution's resident tuition. WUE is the largest program of its kind in the nation, and has been in operation since 1987! WUE is not a short term exchange—it is meant to be used for a full degree. http://www.wiche.edu/wue
Here are some Golden Eagle updates for September!
From September 18 - October 15, West Hills College Coalinga and North District Firebaugh will be competing with 93 schools from across the country in the 2017 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge.
In this Mother-Nature-meets-March-Madness competition, schools compete to see which college can get the most people outside. Participants have the chance to win free gear from Challenge sponsors (REI, The North Face, Hydro Flask, and ENO), and the overall winner will be crowned National Outdoor Champion,
This is a great chance for WHCC and NDC's outdoor community to reach new students and continue to grow. But we need your help to win! If you want to participate, all you need to do is download and sign up on the ON Campus Challenge app and log your outdoor activities during the four weeks of the Challenge. It's that easy! Do you jog every night? You can get points for WHCC and NDC for that if you log it on the app! Hiking, biking and many other activities also count!
In the app store of your choice, look for this icon to download the Outdoor Nation app:
Anyone can participate: students, staff, faculty, administrators and community members! You don't even need to have any involvement with WHCC or NDC to participate! Participants pick the school they want their points to go to when they download the app.
So please download and start logging your outdoor fun today!
Visit http://www.oncampuschallenge.org/ for more information!
There's still space in short term classes at WHCL! May start as soon as Sept. 25 while most start Oct.16, including online classes!
AOJ-1-L05: Intro to Criminal Justice
Online Lemoore , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/15/2017
Lecture Via Online Media
AOJ 1 introduces students to the characteristics of the criminal justice system in the United States. Focus is placed on examining crime measurement, theoretical explanations of crime, responses to crime, components of the system, and current challenges to the system. The course examines the evolution of the principles and approaches utilized by the justice system and the evolving forces which have shaped those principals and approaches. Although justice structure and process is examined in a cross cultural context, emphasis is placed on the US justice system, particularly the structure and function of US police, courts, and corrections. Students are introduced to the origins and development of criminal law, legal process, and sentencing and incarceration policies.(AA, CSU, UC) Advisory(s): ENG 1A or equivalent
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AOJ 29 is an introduction to major types of criminal behavior, characteristics of offenders, factors which contribute to crime and delinquency; the criminal justice process; the function of law enforcement, the courts, probation, parole and institutions; changes in crime control and treatment processes; the role of society. Advisory(s): ENG 101A or equivalent or ENG 101B or equivalent.
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ART-42-L06 (Art Appreciation)
Art 42 provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. No art background is necessary. Successful completion of English 51A (Introduction to Communication Skills), or equivalent is strongly recommended. Advisory(s): ENG 51A
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CIS-2H-L01 (Internet Graphics)
CIS 2H introduces students to the creation and manipulation of digital images through Photoshop retouching and image editing program. The course introduces basic principles of photographic composition and design, with an eye to the capabilities of digital photography. Participants will explore Photoshop?s extensive toolbox and learn the fundamentals of image scanning, transformation and conversion; how to apply filters and make color correction; and how to prepare files for export and printing. With the addition of text, students may construct simple to advanced graphic intended for use on the Web. Frequent critiques reinforce the principles of effective design and foster creativity.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly suggested of ENG 101B or equivalent and Math 101 or equivalent.
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CIS-42-L01 (System Analysis and Design)
CIS 42 presents a systematic methodology for analyzing a business problem or opportunity, determining what role, if any, computer-based technologies can play in addressing the business need, articulating business requirements for the technology solution, specifying alternative approaches to acquiring the technology capabilities needed to address the business requirements, and specifying the requirements for the information systems solution in particular, in-house development, development from third-party providers, or purchased commercial-off-the-shelf packages.
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ECON 1B is an introductory course focusing on choices of individual economic decision-makers. Topics include scarcity, specialization and trade, market equilibrium, elasticity, production and cost theory, market structures, factor markets, and market failure.(AA, CSU, UC) Prequisite(s): Math 61 or the equivalent Advisory(s): Math 63 or the equivalent.
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HE-35-L10 (Personal Health and Hygiene)
HE 35 is a contemporary course which will promote desirable health attitudes and practices. Topics considered will include: overall wellness, stress, psychological health, nutrition, fitness, sexuality, communicable diseases, cancer, drug and alcohol abuse, death and dying, and tobacco use. Advisory(s): ENG 101B or ENG 105B
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HUM-1-L05 (Intro to Western Culture)
HUM 1 introduces students to the cultural values of Western Civilization and surveys art, religion, literature, music, and philosophy with emphasis on representative great works.
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IS-1-L09 (College Success)
IS 1 is designed to assist students in obtaining skills and knowledge necessary to reach their educational objectives. Topics to be covered include: orientation to college, motivation, time management, study skills and techniques, financial literacy, career exploration, and information competency and technology. (AA, CSU)
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IS-1-L11 (College Success)
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NUT-1-L03 (Basic Nutrition)
Basic Nutrition 1 is an introductory course emphasizing the basic nutrient needs of the human body and the body's use of these nutrients. Concepts of nutrition and diet planning are applied to specific life situations. (AA, CSU, UC)
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PSYCH-1-L05 (Introductory Psychology)
PSYCH 1 is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. The content focuses on the exploration of major psychological theories and concepts, methods, and research findings in psychology. Topics include the biological bases of behavior, perception, cognition and consciousness, learning, memory, emotion, motivation, development, personality, social psychology, psychological disorders and therapeutic approaches, and applied psychology.
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SOC-1-L06 (Introduction to Sociology)
SOC 1 is an introduction to the sociological concepts and theoretical perspectives of sociology and their application to the fundamental problems of social life. The course includes an overview of sociological explanations, methods, and findings in social structure, group dynamics, socialization, social stratification culture, social change, and global dynamics. Advisory(s): ENG 51A or equivalent.
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SOC-2-L04 (Critical Thinking/Social Prob)
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AOJ-1-L06 (Intro to Criminal Justice)
Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/13/2017
M W 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Hybrid Lecture
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AOJ-50B-L01 (P.C. 832 Firearms Module)
10/14/2017 - 12/9/2017
S 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Lab Web Enhanced
P.C. 832 AOJ 50B meets the 24-hour firearms requirement of the two-module P.C. 832 course as certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards for Training (POST). The first three meetings are classroom instruction and the final four involve live fire on the police range. Prior to being admitted to the range students must provide the Program Coordinator with a Department of Justice Clearance Letter stating that they are not of a class of persons prohibited from possessing a concealable firearm and do not have active restraining orders against them. To obtain this, students must have their fingerprints taken (Live Scan) at the local police/sheriff's department and pay a fee for the search and services. This is not required for students sponsored by a law enforcement agency provided the agency is willing to state such on department letterhead. Information on how to fill out the Live Scan request for service form can be obtained from the AOJ Office or the Registration office. No other background checks will suffice for this mandate. If the Clearance Letter is not provided, the student will be dropped. Students must each provide their own firearm, ammunition, holster, utility belt, magazines or speed loaders and the appropriate holders, eye and ear protection, and a handgun cleaning kit made for their firearm type. There will be no sharing of firearms. All firearms and equipment must be approved by the Range Master. Students under 21 must deliver to the Coordinator a letter signed by a parent or guardian meeting the specifications set forth in section 12100 of the California Penal Code, giving their permission for the student to possess a concealable firearm, ammunition, and to participate in this firearms training course. Students under 18 may not take this course. The certificate issued to those passing the course is valid for three years only, unless the student becomes employed as a peace officer. Students are reminded that there is a 10-day waiting period for the delivery of new or used firearms. Questions should be referred to the Administration of Justice Office. DO NOT BRING YOUR FIREARM OR AMMUNITION TO THE CLASSROOM
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ART-42-L03 (Art Appreciation)
11/3/2017 - 12/15/2017
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced
This course is part of the West Hills College Lemoore Weekend College GE Track
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BUS-13B-L01 (Word for Windows II)
M W 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM; M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity
Students are taught advanced features of Word for Windows. The course is designed for office personnel using Microsoft Word on the job. This course, along with Word for Windows I, is required for the Office Technology major.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Ability to type 35nwpm.
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (email@example.com) or April Betterson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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CD-3-L01 (Observations and Assessments)
10/19/2017 - 12/14/2017
TH 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture
CD 3 provides experiences using observation and assessment to document children's growth and development. Various scientific techniques will be introduced and utilized to benefit the child, the environmental situations, family and teacher interaction and/or sucesusful referrals to other professionals focusing on children. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.
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10/18/2017 - 12/13/2017
W 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture
CD 4 offers parents and teachers information for understanding parent-child relationships. Students will explore the use of positive parenting skills, assess socially acceptable family values, and learn about child development and how it plays a direct part in parenting the child. (AA, CSU) Advisory(s): ENG 51A or equivalent
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COM-1-L11 (Elements of Speech)
10/17/2017 - 12/14/2017
T TH 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced
COM 1 provides instruction in the theory and techniques of public speaking in a democratic society. Discovery, development and criticism of ideas in public discourse through research, reasoning, organization, composition, presentation, and evaluation of various types of speeches including informative and persuasive speeches.
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CUL-52-L01 (Intro to Commercial Baking)
T TH 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM; T TH 12:00 PM - 5:50 PM
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced
CUL 52 covers tools, terms and functions in preparation of baked goods: yeast breads and pastries, cookies, cakes and specialty items. Field trips may be required.
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CUL-58-L01 (Intro to Dining Rm SERV & Mana)
M W 2:00 PM - 2:15 PM; M W 2:30 PM - 6:45 PM
CUL 58 covers the operation of a restaurant, dining, and related service support staff. Topics covered include how to hire, train, motivate, schedule, and assign jobs to a wait staff. Cost controls for labor and supplies will be covered as well as quality assurance and productivity standards. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent
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CUL-6-L01 (Culinary Excursions)
10/20/2017 - 12/15/2017
F 7:00 AM - 7:53 AM; F 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
CUL 6 allows students to visit, observe, and study various and specific operations of multi-unit and single-unit enterprises in metropolitan and rural areas. They will study in-depth management structures and personnel policies and guidelines. Techniques to analyze management and preparation methods, as well as their benefits and shortcomings will be examined. Students will then be able to create recommendations for operation of a successful and fluid enterprise. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent
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CUL-61-L02 (Kitchen Management)
S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM
Lecture And/Or Discussion
CUL 61 develops the skills used to manage a commercial kitchen. Students will write menus and develop recipes, establish portion sizes and recipes costs, and price the menu items. Students will learn to base production plans on sales forecasts, staff kitchen accordingly, establish policies, standards, and procedures regarding production. Staff issues, facility/equipment maintenance, and kitchen cleanliness will also be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50
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M W 7:00 PM - 7:50 PM; M W 8:00 PM - 9:20 PM
CUL 66 teaches students to prepare and serve beverages in an efficient and friendly manner. Attention will be directed to a thorough knowledge of all beverages and the ability to make various drinks accurately and quickly. Emphasis will be placed on the ability to determine the effects of alcoholic beverages on persons and to communicate with several different types of people. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent
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HIST-17B-L01 (History of U.S. 1865-PRESENT)
T TH 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM
HIST 17B is a historical survey of the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of ENG 51A or equivalent.
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HM-10-L01 (Intro to Hotel Management)
M W 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
HM 10 is designed provide an overview of hotel management functions, operational requirements, and procedures. This course will provide instruction in the development of the hotel industry, hotel structure, reservation process, forecasting room availability, managing guest services, guest arrival process, room rates, hotel revenue cycle, rooms management technology, and property management system interfaces. Advisory(s): CUL 50
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HM-66-L01 (Tourism and Convention)
T TH 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM
HM 66 provides an overview for tourism and convention marketing and sales within the lodging industry. This course emphasizes the nature of tourism, psychology of the traveler, strategy, market research, marketing mix, advertising methologies, sales function and techniques, service requirements, technology infusion and trends within the industry. (AA) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B and Math 101 or equivalent.
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HRCM-4-L01 (Superv and Leadership in Hospi)
F 12:00 PM - 6:50 PM
HRCM 4 examines the roles and responsibilities of managers in the hospitality industry. This course will focus on developing communication strategies, motivational techniques, performance evaluation and review, staffing, training, and strategic planning. (AA, CSU)
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IS-55-L01 (Ensuring Successful Academic P)
9/25/2017 - 11/3/2017
T TH 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM
IS 55 provides an overview of the institutional policies and procedures governing students as they relate to academic probation and dismissal. Students will focus on identifying strategies and resources that mitigate the common barriers to student success. This course is designed to empower students to accept responsibility and accountability to stay off academic probation, as well as apply skills and tools to promote educational success. (AA)
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IS-55-L02 (Ensuring Successful Academic P)
11/6/2017 - 12/15/2017
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MATH-63-L01 (Intermediate Algebra)
10/16/2017 - 12/14/2017
M T W TH 9:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Math 63 is the second course in a two semester sequential elementary and intermediate algebra program. Topics for intermediate algebra include factoring, solving quadratic, rational and radical equations, inequalities, integer and rational exponents, graphing conics, functions, scientific notation, and applications. (AA)
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M W 9:00 AM - 9:15 AM; M W 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity
PE 2 is designed to provide students an opportunity to develop the basic skills in the sport of archery.
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POLSCI-1-L07 (American Government)
9/29/2017 - 11/4/2017
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Lecture And/Or Discussion
Political Science 1 is an introductory study of American government at the national, state and local level. Included are the institutions, processes and policies of the United States and of California. This course satisfies, in part, the American history and institutions requirements for CSU. (AA, CSU, UC)
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RM-61-L01 (Culinary Theory and Fund.)
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
RM 61 is an introductory course in the culinary arts. This course emphasizes the origins of professional food preparation, terminology, tools and equipment, safety and sanitation requirements for ServSafe certification, basic food preparation and cooking fundamentals, principles, and techniques. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent
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RM-65-L01 (Catering and Beverage Services)
M W 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM
RM 65 emphasizes basic catering and beverage service concepts and principles and procedures in relation to providing quality products and services. This course focuses on historical banqueting, trends within the catering and beverage service industries, styles of catering operations, catering menu program and design, catering procedures and techniques, tools and equipment for catering and beverage service operations, staffing requirement, purchasing, receiving and storage procedures, and regulations governing catering and beverage service operations. Advisory(s): CUL 50
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SOC-1-L01 (Introduction to Sociology)
10/18/2017 - 12/15/2017
M W F 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
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SOC-2-L03 (Critical Thinking/Social Prob)
9/23/2017 - 10/21/2017
SOC 2 explores major social problems experienced by society, with an exploration of the role of power in defining social problems, causes and consequences, theoretical perspectives, proposed solutions, and methods of interventions. The course focuses on the application of critical thinking skills to strengthen critical analysis and heighten social awareness. Prerequisite(s): ENG 51A or equivalent
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SOC-3-L01 (Marriage and Family Relations)
10/19/2017 - 12/13/2017
W 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM
SOC 3 explores diversity in family dynamics including historical and recent changes. Topics focus on socio-cultural and economic forces shaping the family, love, mate selection, sexuality, communication patterns, parenthood, and dissolution. Students will learn how paired relationships work in contemporary mass society, why they succeed, and why they sometimes fail. Advisory(s): ENG 51A or equivalent.
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WHCL students! Have financial aid questions? Want to learn more about Paid Like a Paycheck or get help applying for FAFSA? Mark your calendars! Here is the full schedule of this semester's financial aid workshops!
Financial Aid Research Study
West Hills College is working with a research organization called MDRC to learn how financial aid can best assist students with managing their finances and succeeding in college. As part of this study, West Hills College will share your student records data with MDRC beginning in the 2016-17 academic year. These data include personal identifiers, such as name and contact information, enrollment, credits attempted and completed, grades, and financial aid awarded and disbursed. Information that MDRC collects for the study will be kept confidential and will be used for research purposes only. If you have questions about the study, or you don't want to be contacted or your data to be shared, please email ALAP@mdrc.org and include your student ID number.
Feeling Overwhelmed? Stressed? Unsure where to turn? California Community Colleges with Crisis Text Line to provide expanded mental health support for students. Text "COURAGE" to 741741 for round the clock, confidential support from trained crisis counselors.
Are you transferring? Want more information about transferring and applying to four-year universities? Attend one of our transfer workshops this semester! Visit tinyurl.com/whcltransfer for more information about transfer services! See the attachment to download the full list of transfer events as a word document!
Learning Area: Math and Science
Majors and Degrees
Liberal Arts (Math / Science)
Leonel Burgos (Transfer)
Phone: (559) 925-3213
Phone: (559) 925-3323
Phone: (559) 934-3301
Phone: (559) 925-3107
Phone: (559) 925-3405
Learning Area: Social Science
Liberal Arts (Social Science)
Phone: (559) 925-3257
Wendy Denney (EOP)
Phone: (559) 925-3378
Eva Jimenez (EOP) Phone: (559) 925-3431
Phone: (559) 925-3311
Phone: (559) 925-3790
Phone: (559) 925-3337
Learning Area: Career Technical Education
CIS AOJ/Corrections/Law Enforcement
HRCM: Hospitality/Restaurant/ Casino Management/ Chef Apprentice (Culinary)
Teresa Quilici (Athletics)
Maria Gonzalez (DSPS)
Phone: (559) 925-3244
Phone: (559) 925-3343
Phone: (559) 925-3211
Phone: (559) 925-3214
Phone: (559) 925-3328
Phone: (559) 925-3124
Learning Area: Arts and Letters
Majors and Degrees
Tiffani Gonzales (SSSP Coordinator)
Phone: (559) 925-3128
Phone: (559) 925-3345
Phone: (559) 925-3309
Monique Suter (Veterans)
Phone: (559) 925-3341
Learning Area: Health and Wellness
Nursing (AND) LVN+RN
Health & Science
Phone: (559) 925-3280
Rupinder Rai (Veterans)
Phone: (559) 925-3908
Mandy Hubanks (Evening)
Phone: (559) 925-3654
Jan Young (Veterans)
Phone: (559) 925-3216
Phone: (559) 925-3373
Phone: (559) 925-3314
Sze Ki Liu (Marissa)
Phone: (559) 925-3320
West Hills Community College District