Campus Life

Fall Hours: 9/3 – 12/15

Campus Center

Monday – Thursday 7:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Student Development

Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Summer/Winter/Spring Break Hours

Campus Center

Monday – Thursday 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Student Development

Monday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday Closed

Mission Statement

To foster an engaging and vibrant campus community.

Vision Statement

To strive for a culture of student engagement, deeply tied to the educational mission of the college.

To provide exceptional programs and services, which are informed by research and continuously improved through data informed decision making.

To drive connection among students, faculty, and staff through our spaces and programs.


Student-Centered: We place student growth and development at the center of everything we do.

Connection-Centered: We are a team dedicated to helping people and building lasting communities.

Passion-Centered: We exemplify passion, dedication, fun, and problem solving in our work.

Diversity-Centered: We believe authentic engagement of diverse communities enriches our work and promotes social justice.

The Campus Center is the social, educational, and recreational hub at West Valley College. The Campus Center is the "living room" of campus, where students, faculty, and staff come together and build community. The Campus Center houses several engagement programs, including: Associated Students at West Valley College, the Campus Activities Board, the Information Desk, Student Development Office, Veterans Resource Center, and TRiO. Additionally, you can find the Art Gallery, Drip Coffee, WM Cafe, and Biking Bookstore in the Campus Center.


Orgsync is a portal for all student organizations, events, and resources on campus. Upon logging in, students can complete a profile, browse and join organizations, as well as see upcoming events and activities.

To log in, follow instructions to sign into My Portal and use the link to OrgSync found on the WVC Portal home page.

The Associated Student Government (ASG) is the governing body responsible for advocating for and representing the students of the College. Its members, both elected and appointed, have many opportunities to influence the campus community through participation in shared governance committees, event/program sponsorship, and student-driven initiatives.

For more information about ASG, including minimum requirements and responsibilities, see the ASG Constitution and By-Laws. If interested in being appointed to ASG, fill out the ASG Appointment Application. If interested in running for a position on ASO in the spring elections, fill out the Election Packet and return to the ASG President.

To request money for an event/program, fill out a Budget Request Form and return it to the ASG VP of Finance. To have an item considered at a regular ASG meeting, fill out an Agenda Request Form and return it to the ASG President for consideration at the next regular ASG meeting.

ASG meets Tuesdays at 3:45 PM in the Kirkorian Pavilion of the Campus Center.

The Inter Club Council (ICC) is an organization composed of campus clubs. The group’s primary purpose is to promote and give direction to the organization and function of all clubs. The ICC meets Thursdays at 2:10 PM in the Campus Center Club Room. For more information about the ICC, see the Inter-Club Council Information Sheet and Inter-Club Council By-Laws. If you would like to have an item considered at an ICC meeting, fill out an Inter-Club Council Agenda Request Form and return it to the ICC Chair.
Starting or joining a club is a great way to enrich your experience at West Valley College. These organizations focus on student interests including: multicultural diversity, professional development, recreation, sports, crafts, politics, service, religion, and social events. To start a club, fill out a Club Charter Request Form and return it to the ICC Chairperson for consideration at the next ICC meeting.


The Student Activities Office hosts fabulous events all year long for students to participate in and enjoy. Students are also encouraged to take the opportunity to plan their own event. Being involved on campus is a great way to meet new people/network and meet people with similar interests. Student Development Department hosts fabulous events all year long ranging from Welcome Week to Spring Fling, etc.

Last Updated 1/30/19