West Hills College


West Hills College

West Hills College


West Hills College has about 120 overseas students from Asia, Europe, South America, Africa and more. Students will be able to choose from a wide range of courses at West Hills College to take an interest in the subject, and the final associate degree (associate degree) is recognized by the University of California, California State University and all U.S. universities. In addition, the school regularly provides overseas students with different activities and encourages them to join different institutes so that they can have balanced development. Most international students choose to transfer to a 4-year university after completing a two-year course at West Hills College, and transfer agreements with UC Santa Cruz, Fresno State and Fresno Pacific.

The Basics

SettingBetween San Francisco and Los Angeles
School TypeUSA Community College
TuitionApprox. US$10,000
School Website http://www.westhillscollege.com
StateCalifornia (CA)
Nearest CityFresno
Year Founded1932
Admission RequirementHKDSE/F.6
Academic CalendarSpring / Fall
Level OfferedAssociate degree, 2-year University Transfer Program
EnrollmentApprox. 1,100 students
International Students
Student-Teacher Ratio
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Campus facilities

Student Services: Personal / Counseling

Dormitory: male, female-only, college-owned housing


Students have the option to enroll in any college course. Associate Degree from West Hills College is accredited by the University of California and other universities.

School life profile

Sports scholarships: baseball, basketball, equestrian, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball

Inter-school sports: baseball, basketball, equestrian sports, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball

Activities: Theater / Theater Group