The College provides a wide range of student services, from personal and academic, advising to tutorial programs, and academic and physical conveniences.
Students at branch campuses may access student services as follows:
- Meet with the Director / Director of Education at the branch facility during their regularly scheduled hours or by appointment.
- Meet with Student Services at the branch facility during regularly scheduled hours or by appointment.
- Meet with Career Services at the branch facility during regularly scheduled hours or by appointment.
- Meet with Financial Aid at the branch facility during regular scheduled hours or by appointment.
- Meet with Admissions during regularly scheduled hours or by appointment at the branch or main campus.
- Utilize tutoring.
- Utilize Resource Center. Hours are posted in the lobby and lunch room of each campus.
The school provides academic advising to all students to ensure satisfactory progress through the course. Special attention is given to those students that need additional assistance (e.g. academic advising; supervision and monitoring of attendance and leaves of absence). Academic tutoring is available to students that need further assistance. For assistance contact the Director and/or the Director of Education.
Advising on non-academic problems is provided as needed on a case-by-case basis. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this service that includes coping skills (e.g., life, career development, budget, and personal financial planning skills). For information contact the Student Services Department.
Westech College does not provide dormitory facilities or any other form of housing. The school has no responsibility to find or assist a student in finding housing. Housing costs in California can be higher than in much of the rest of the nation, and therefore, students should expect that rental rates may be higher in the areas surrounding Westech College’s campuses than in many locations outside of California. The rental range for housing may vary significantly depending upon the type of housing and its location. The school makes no representations regarding rental rates. At the time of publication of this Catalog, the website apartmenthunterz.com indicated that rent for small apartments in the Ontario area started at approximately $700 per month, that rent for small apartments in the Moreno Valley area started at approximately $600 per month, and that rent for small apartments in the Victorville area started at approximately $550 per month. The school has not independently verified these rental rates. Accordingly, students should independently search relevant sources (e.g., the internet, newspapers and rental publications, etc.) for applicable rental rates.
Textbooks are provided as a part of the material’s package included in each course of study.
A library and computer lab is maintained on the branch campuses. The library has a collection of current references, catalogs, journals, books, and trade publications relating to the program of study.
Maintained in the school’s library are a variety of technical reference sources along with appropriate journals and books related to programs of study. Publications containing articles, tips and job announcements are also available. Computers with internet access are located in either the computer lab or resource center.
On all campuses there is a lounge available for students to relax, converse and eat during breaks and at lunchtime. For convenience there are beverage and snack machines, refrigerator, and microwave oven at all of the campuses.
The school does not provide childcare; however, referrals to local facilities are available in the Student Services Department.
The school does not provide transportation. Public transportation is located near each campus location. For information, contact the Student Services Department.