West Hills College Coalinga's Participatory Governance and Integrated Planning Manual documents the college's decision-making processes and governance structure which emphasizes the contributions students, faculty, staff, and administrators make towards the institution's fulfillment of its mission, vision, and goals. West Hills College Coalinga supports the philosophy that the inclusion of differing perspectives in decision-making and leadership are essential for effective institutional planning and continuous quality improvement.
Represents the body of West Hills Community College District and ensures faculty have the primary responsibility over academic and professional matters. »Visit page
The Budget Committee will develop a list of budget priorities from the Program Review schedule and make reccommendations to the College Planning Council for their approval. »Visit page
Vice President of Student Services
The College Planning Council will engage in thoughtful and equitable decision-making for the appropriate use of its resources and planning efforts as they relate to support our diverse student, college and community population.
The Infrastructure Committee supports the college mission by providing and maintaining the appearance, accessibility, safety, technology, and cleanliness of current and future facilities which contributes to an inviting, engaging, and competitive educational environment.
This council supports the college mission by creating a college-wide environment that promotes continual quality improvement, student access and success. The council develops, monitors, reviews, evaluates, and revises college accreditation activities in accordance with the college’s mission, vision, and goals.
Ensures outcome statements align with the college mission priorities in satisfying the diverse educational needs of students in transfer, career/technical, and basic skills programs and courses, as well as support services, provide instruction and services under an assessment framework that leads to student success.
Reviews all instructional and non-instructional program reviews in order to support a college-wide engagement in thoughtful and equitable decision-making for the appropriate use of its resources as it relates to our diverse student, college and community population.