West Hills College Coalinga

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West Hills College Coalinga
MottoOnce You Go Here, You Can Go Anywhere
TypeCalifornia Community College
Established1932
PresidentBrenda Thames
Location300 Cherry Lane, Coalinga, California, United States
36°08′59″N 120°21′25″W / 36.14972°N 120.35694°W / 36.14972; -120.35694Coordinates: 36°08′59″N 120°21′25″W / 36.14972°N 120.35694°W / 36.14972; -120.35694
ColorsRed and Blue         
AthleticsFootball, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Rodeo
MascotFalcons
Websitewww.westhillscollege.com/coalinga/

West Hills College Coalinga is a public two-year community college located in Coalinga with a satellite facility in Firebaugh. Both locations serve students in the central San Joaquin Valley.

Established in 1932, West Hills College Coaling is in the West Hills Community College District. It is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

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The school is one of only eleven California community colleges with dormitories in the U.S. It attracts students from around the world, and actively recruits students from other countries to enroll in its English as a Second Language program.[1]

West Hills College Coalinga athletics offers football, baseball, and basketball for men; and volleyball and softball for women. A coed top-ranked rodeo team competes against two and four year schools. Other sports programs are being added.


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