Shasta College offers a great way to begin your college academic and athletic career. We have a variety of vocational and transfer programs that would meet your academic goals as well as 17 competitive athletic teams.
If you are not sure where to start, here is a brief outline of what you need to do.
Ø Football Questionaire (Click Here)
Ø Women's Basketball Questionnaire (Click Here)
Ø Women's Volleyball Questionnaire (Click Here)
Ø Tennis Questionnaire (Click Here)
Ø Baseball Questionnaire (Click Here)
Ø Men's Soccer (Click Here)
Ø Track & Field Questionaire (Click Here)
Ø If your desired sport is not listed above, complete the General Prospective Student Athlete Form (Click Here)
to Shasta College Athletics. We are excited that you have chosen Shasta College
as the next phase of your athletic and academic endeavors. If you haven’t yet,
please follow the steps below to begin your career as a Knight
Apply to Shasta College
may take up to 24 hours.
Apply for Financial Aid
BOG fee waiver and FAFSA applications, and view How to Complete My File at:
that your official high school and/or other college transcripts to be sent to
Admissions & Records at Shasta College. Please bring an unofficial copy to
your counseling appointment or e-mail an unofficial copy to JK.
If you have attended another college,
please inform JK immediately. If you have Gray Shirted, Red Shirted, or played
at another college, inform JK immediately.
Complete the On-line Orientation
Math and English placement tests at your local Community College. Assessments
can be waived if you have taken the appropriate English and/or Math classes in
high school or college.
6. Complete the "Yes Means Yes" On-line Program
Complete the "Yes Means Yes" program designed to help you deal eith the issues of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, stalking, bullying, and alcohol and drug abuse.
Click on the link below and use the Student Access code 14742 to complete the program.
Counseling for Athletes
a counseling appointment (in office or over phone) with Jason Kelly to
complete an Education Plan. Do not see a general counselor. If you have
seen a general counselor you must make a follow-up appointment with Jason Kelly as soon as possible.
Register for Classes
will receive your registration date/time upon completion of your counseling
appointment with Jason Kelly.
is due at the time of registration.
Other links with student athlete information: California Community College Athletic Association (also known as Commission on Athletics).