Distance Education

The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District

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Welcome to Distance Education at Shasta College. The college continues to make significant investments to improve the educational opportunities and services to students throughout the 11,000 square mile region of the Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District.

Distance education at the college means providing access to education beyond the traditional patterns of campus-based education and programs. It does so by offering a variety of programs and courses held at each of the three Extended Education campuses in Tehama, Trinity and Intermountain as well as other sites throughout the District. It also means offering classes in a variety of formats including live, internet-based (online/hybrid/web enhanced), and 2-way interactive television (ITV) instruction. From these investments, many students are now able to complete their degree or certificate without commuting to the main campus in Redding. And high school students can earn credits toward high school completion through the Special Admission (concurrent enrollment) procedures available at each campus. 
 

State regulations regarding enrollment in online classes may limit the availability of those classes to students residing outside California. As of October 21, 2013, residents of the following states are eligible to register: 

Arizona
Colorado 
Idaho
Hawaii

Illinois
Michigan

Ohio

Oregon
Nevada

New Jersey

New York
 
Pennsylvania 
Texas
Utah
Virginia

Washington

If you have any questions or would like a more up-to-date listing, contact askacounselor@shastacollege.edu.

For students residing in an approved state to file a complaint regarding a past or current online class, please review the Students Rights and Grievances policy and procedure at /ss_studentsrightsandgrievances.