Online Searchable Class Schedule – no login needed
Please note: The use of "R" in the online class schedules refers to classes that are offered on Thursdays. For example TR is a Tuesday/Thursday class, MTWR is Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
The Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes is now almost entirely online, regardless of what the printed Schedule of Classes and the pdf files below indicate. Please view the Online Searchable Class Schedule above for the most recent updates to the Fall 2020 schedule. Classes that were recently converted from face-to-face to online are being offered in the synchronous modality. Synchronous online courses have mandatory scheduled meetings in an online environment. Asynchronous online courses do not have scheduled meetings. If you have any questions about the format of your class, please email your instructor.
The college is offering a very small set of face-to-face classes this fall. These are for courses that are challenging to offer in an online format. At West Valley College, your safety is important to us. The college will continue to follow any state and county stay-at-home orders as well as directions from the CDC, California Department of Public Health, and the Chancellor’s Office in its decisions to resume in-person operations.
Fall Semester begins August 29
Fall 2020 Class Schedule (12.8 MB)
- Last updated: May 12, 2020
This schedule was the original published schedule and does not include any updated changes. This schedule does contain admission, registration, fee, program, and other information.
Fall Semester 2020 (1 MB)
- Last updated: October 22, 2020
This schedule reflects the most recent updates.
Listing of courses with repeatability limitations. Students are limited to a maximum of four enrollments within each of the course groupings, also known as course families, included in the Family Courses List, regardless of the number of courses included in each family. This limitation applies retroactively to all prior enrollments in courses now included in a family; applies even if students receive substandard grades or withdrawals for one or more of the enrollments; and applies to re-enrollments due to extenuating circumstances.