​​​​​   CAMPUS SAFETY​ DEPARTMENT    Campus Safety Badge
Campus Safety is committed to a safe and secure working and learning environment. In all aspects of plant operations and maintenance, the safety of students, staff and visitors will be our primary consideration.​


We want to thank our campus and community partners for your commitment to Shasta College and for your willingness to participate in the Health and Safety Fair this year. 

The Shasta College Health and Safety Fair has unfortunately been cancelled due to rain, thunder and lightning.

We will be working to reschedule later this semester and will keep you informed as details are confirmed.

We hope you will be able to join us at that time.

Thank you for your partnership.


To the Shasta College Community,

Please note that the TRINITY CAMPUS WILL BE OPENED TOMORROW- Thursday, 9/7/17.

Thank you to everyone who has been working to support our students during this time to ensure they were able to access class lectures and updates.

Updates on the Helena fire can be found here: 


Other emergency alerts for Weaverville can be found here:


Local Air Quality Conditions can be found here: 


All members of the public, especially those with respiratory or heart disease, the elderly, pregnant women, and children should avoid prolonged outdoor exertion. Everyone else should limit prolonged exertion in areas of noticeable smoke accumulation. 

Individuals wishing to minimize their exposure should:

  • Limit exercise and outdoor activities
  • Remain indoors with the windows and doors closed
  • Turn on an air conditioner with a recirculation setting (such as in a vehicle)​
  • Do not run fans that bring smoky outdoor air inside – examples include swamp coolers, whole-house fans, and fresh air ventilation systems
  • Run your air-conditioner only if it does not bring smoke in from the outdoors 
  • Change the standard air conditioner filter to a medium or high efficiency filter
  • If available, use the “re-circulate” or “recycle” setting on the unit
  • Do not smoke, fry food, or do other things that will create indoor air pollution


Lonnie Seay

Director of Campus Safety​

 Campus Safety Brochure    

 Campus Safety Brochure -Accessible

CS Newsletter JUNE 2017 


  September 2017  is National Campus Safety Awareness Month!

Shasta College Campus Safety hosts a variety of evets for  September’s National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM). 

Events include the following: 

     September 7th: Family Health and Safety Fair: Main Campus Quad from 10am-2pm

     September 11th: Self-Defense Course: Main Campus Student Center Stage from 4pm-6pm

     September 12th: Breakfast by Campus Safety: Various Campus Locations starting at 8am

     September 13th: Extended Ed Info Booth: HSUP Campus from 3-4pm

     September 20th: Shasta CARES About You: Main Campus Quatd from 11am-1pm

     September 21st: Extended Ed Info Booth: Tehama Campus from 11am-1pm

     September 29th: Coffee with a Cop: Main Campus Cafeteria from 10am-11am


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 We would like to appreciate faculty, staff and other on-campus and community partners who collaborated with us throughout this school year and contributed to the safety of our campus.

We additionally want to acknowledge and thank the Shasta College President/Superintendent, Joe Wyse, and our Administration for working to create a campus climate that supports violence prevention and safety.


Take Back the Night Shasta College Administration of Justice Club leads the Take Back the Night March. Students were joined by Shasta College employees, VOICES survivor advocates, community service providers, and community members to march in solidarity against sexual violence. 
Both Denim Day and Take Back the Night events were featured on KRCR Channel 7 News. 
Check out the links below:
For more information about Shasta CARES, contact Jessie at jcorral@shastacollege.edu or our Shasta CARES advocate, Beth at shastacares@shastacollege.edu.
Visit Shasta CARES and our facebook page for updates: www.facebook.com/shastacares




The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District complies with the California Education Code, Title V of the California Code of Regulations, all pertinent titles and sections of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX regulations, the Education Amendments of 1972, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The American with Disabilities Act, and all other applicable federal, state, and local laws.


"Yes Means Yes" Senate Bill 967 (SB967) Student Safety: Sexual Assault
    “Affirmative consent” means affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity. It is the responsibility of each person involved in the sexual activity to ensure that he or she has the affirmative consent of the other or others to engage in the sexual activity. Lack of protest or resistance does not mean consent, nor does silence mean consent. Affirmative consent must be ongoing throughout a sexual activity and can be revoked at any time. The existence of a dating relationship between the persons involved, or the fact of past sexual relations between them, should never by itself be assumed to be an indicator of consent. 


 The Campus Safety Department provides safe walk escort services to and from parking lots upon request. Contact the Campus Safety Department at 242-7910 or use a "blue security phone" located in Campus Buildings to request an escort.