to Shasta College’s Intermountain Campus established at its new site in Fall
2004. Nestled in the small community adjacent to Burney High School on Mountain
View Road, the Intermountain Campus serves and supports many of the surrounding
communities as well. The on-site facilities include an office for student and
faculty support, an assessment center, a faculty and counseling office, and
three interactive television (ITV) classrooms designed to accommodate a variety
of educational needs.
To Get Started
If you haven’t already done so, the first
step is to apply for admission to Shasta College either online or at the Intermountain
Campus. Then, follow the simple checklist below.
scheduled for the assessment.
- Meet with the Intermountain Campus or online counselor.
scheduled for an orientation.
and forward your official high school or other college transcripts.
- Register for classes online at My Shasta.
Intermountain Campus in Burney uses a variety of instructional modes to deliver
courses to the residents of eastern Shasta County as well as those in
neighboring communities of Round Mountain, McArthur, Fall River Mills, and even
portions of Modoc County. Using traditional face-to-face instruction as well as
the college’s extensive ITV network and expanding online system, you are able
to take a class (or two or three) in a variety of disciplines and earn your degree in two years.
With the newer facility, some of the areas highlighted for the Intermountain
- Administration of Justice
have the opportunity to receive occupational training and develop skills
for both the entrance and promotional levels of AOJ agencies and allied
services. Using the ITV network, students can also fulfill the
requirements to transfer to a four-year college known as Associate Degree
- Business Administration Degree
Whether you’re planning to work in the public or private sector, the
Intermountain Campus offers a broad range of courses to improve your
employability. Human relations, marketing, business math and English,
accounting…it’s all here. And you can also earn an Associate Degree
for Transfer to a California State University program.
Childhood Education Certificate and
The development of our children is influenced by the learning
opportunities provided by those entrusted with their care. Focusing on training
in preschools, childcare, and infant-toddler and school age care, the
college curriculum provides the breadth and depth to a rewarding career. There is even the opportunity to earn an
Associate Degree for Transfer in Early Childhood Education.
- Family Studies
This degree is designed to provide students
with foundational skills and knowledge about human actions and interaction
within the primary social, cultural and economic unit in our society - the
will have the opportunity to enter the Human
Services field in a number of paraprofessional positions and/or be
prepared, with additional coursework, to transfer to a four-year college
or university for a Bachelor of Social Work Degree
Studies – Teaching Prep Degree
If you’re planning to become an elementary school teacher, this University
Studies degree is the program for you. The Liberal Studies emphasis
prepares you to transfer to campuses of the CSU system and work towards
your multiple subject credential.
Intermountain Campus offers a wide range of services to help you earn a degree,
certificate, or simply take classes for personal or professional interest. In
addition to regular orientations, assessments, and registration periods for the
new student, Shasta College offers counseling (academic, personal, and career)
services for the continuing students as well as
In other words, there is no reason to go
anywhere else. And choose from more than 40 courses each semester.
It’s that simple. The Intermountain Campus is available as your one stop
resource. Save time by taking classes close to home. Save money by taking
classes close to home. Save time AND money by getting your education close to