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Once You Go Here, You Can Go Anywhere
These are skill based courses that do not count toward your AA degree, BUT will help you be successful in the courses required for your degree and Transfer.
Required for admission to a 4-year university and will also count toward your Associate of Arts Degree.
See the following flow chart…..
This course satisfies the math requirement for the Associate’s Degree
This course is the first course in the sequence for transfer level math
This course is the prerequisite to transfer math
You will be required to complete ONE transfer-level math course to be admitted to a university. If you are not transferring, go to the next slide…..
Transfer Math courses are:
Math 10A, 15, 25, 45, 1A, 1B
You will take a course pertaining to your major area of study. See flowchart next.
Academic & Vocational Programs
Degrees & Certificates AA/AS/C
Administration of Justice - Corrections
Administration of Justice - Law Enforcement
Agriculture Science Technology
Child Support Services
Computer Information Systems
Health science (General)
Office Management & Technologies
FAFSA - apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov to cut processing time BOGG
Loan forms - subsidized and unsubsidized
GPA verification forms - for Cal Grant
Work Study – forms available ONLINE
West Hills College scholarship applications
March 2nd – Cal Grant entitlement award program (based on need)
Sept. 2nd – Cal Grant competition award program (based on grades)
Approx. 4 semestersCERTIFICATE AND/OR ASSOCIATE DEGREE?
And/Or Transfer to a 4-year College or University
“ My West Hills “
There are many support programs available to students in addition to Financial Aid. The next slides will explain each program in a little more detail. You can spend as much time on them as you want.
Student Support Services Programs
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) is a
state-funded program designed to help low-income and
educationally disadvantaged students gain access to and
successfully complete a program of higher education.
Services Provided to Students
-Book services and/or Grants (after 1st semester) -Priority registration services
-Academic/personal/transfer/counseling services -Student activities
West Hills College is committed to providing equal access to education for people with disabilities. The DSPS office provides services to persons with physical, learning and psychological disabilities.
Our Learning Skills Program provides individual and small group instruction for students with learning disabilities in a new high-tech lab setting in the library. Computer-assisted instruction is available to all students with disabilities.
One Step Beyond Program is a federally funded program
under Title IV for the special population of low income, first-
generation college students, and individuals with disabilities.
Eligible students who demonstrate an academic need can
benefit from the support services provided by the program.
Click logo for more info
- Academic & Vocational Counseling - Paid Child Care
At West Hills College, CAMP provides academic services,
support services and financial assistance to eligible migrant students who
are enrolled full-time basis the first academic year. Students participating in
this program will learn strategies to better Cope with lifestyle changes,
adjustments and personal situations that can impair educational achievement
within migrant families. Students will be mentored to improve their
organizational, critical thinking and communication skills. Students will be
encouraged to set goals and develop leadership qualities.
AB 1088 stands for “Assembly Bill 1088” effective Jan 1, 2006 which provides mandatory information to incoming students during orientation about sexual assault and services available on campus or in the community.
WHAT TO DO
Please leave with the orientation staff person.