Registration and Refund Policies and Procedures for Community Education Classes


 Registration Information ~ 
In the Community Education catalog, click the links to view courses in each category. To register for a class, click the "add to cart" link. You may remove a class from the cart if you change your mind. Note: classes identified as FULL may have some space available or a waiting list. For more information contact the Community Education office at (530) 242-7677 or Please note: if this is your first time using this system, you will create a new account. In the future, you will not need to re-enter your information. You will be prompted through the registration process.
Enrolling in classes is just a phone call away with your Visa or MasterCard. Call us at (530) 242-7677. Please have the name of your class and credit card ready for prompt service.
Drop by our office and register for your class. We are located at 1409 Market Street Promenade, Redding 96001. Located at the north end of the old Downtown Redding Mall, across the breezeway from From the Hearth Cafe. Our office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. NOTE: during the summer months of June and July our office is closed on Fridays. 
Payment for Classes
Payment for classes is due at the time of registration. We accept cash, check (personal, business, or online) as well as Visa or MasterCard. Preregistration is important. If we do not reach the minimum number of participants necessary to prevent a revenue loss, we reserve the right to cancel any  class, prior to the start date. 
Class Cancellation Policy
We do not like to cancel classes however, sometimes it is necessary to cancel before the first meeting when       enrollments do not reach a minimum. If we do not have enough students registered for a class prior to its  start date, it will be cancelled. Every effort is made to notify registered students of the cancellation, by phone     and/or by email. For this reason, we must have a current daytime phone number and email address on file.  Your registration might be the one that enables the class to be held so REGISTER EARLY! 
Refund Policy
  • If a class states there will be "No Refunds" then a refund will not be granted.
  • Checks will be returned if requested classes are already closed or cancelled by the Community  Education office. 
  • Refunds will only be granted if your request is received by the Community Education office, in written  form, a minimum of ten (10) working days prior to the first class meeting. ​NOTE: a 10% processing fee per class will be retained on all student initiated cancellations for those registrations that were processed online. 
  • IMPORTANT NOTICE regarding bus/day trips: if we do not receive a cancellation notice from student  ten (10) working days prior to the day of the trip you will be charged the full ticket of admission price associated with the trips point of destination. 
  •  Refunds will not be granted once a scheduled class has begun and no refunds will be issued for missed classes or absences - no exceptions.
  • If you paid for your class with a check, a refund check will be mailed to you by the Shasta College  Business Office within 4-6 weeks.
  • If you paid for your class with a credit card, and the cancellation falls within 30 days of registration, the       payment will be refunded back on to the card that was used in the transaction. If it is passed the 30  days, a refund check will be mailed to you by the Shasta College Business Office.

Confirmation "No news is good news!" We do not give advance confirmation of enrollment. Consider yourself registered  unless otherwise notified. If you want a confirmation of your registration, feel free to contact us at (530) 242-7677 during regular business hours or email us at

Shasta College Main Campus Parking Fee Participants will be charged a fee to park in student parking lots weekdays and evenings. Parking permits are issued from the individual parking lot dispensers and semester passes are available from the Bookstore. Parking meeters will be enforced until 10:00 p.m. weeknights. Student lots and metered visitor parking are free on weekends. Parking regulations are enforced daily (24 hours) in restricted areas such as staff and faculty parking areas, handicapped parking (without permit), red zones, fire lanes, etc. 

Shasta College Downtown Redding Campus Parking Free parking is available in the California Street parking structure.    

Annual Security Report The Annual Security Report is provided by Shasta College to help ensure a safe environment for our college      community and prospective students and employees. This document contains crime statistics for the  previous three years in addition to valuable safety and security information. A complete copy of the Security      Report can be obtained from the Information Center or from the Security Office.

Compliance Statement

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 Educational Amendments of 1972, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and all other applicable federal, state, and local laws. In so doing, Shasta College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic group identification, marital status, religion, national origin, gender, age, physical and mental disability. Such nondiscrimination policies extend to all of the functions and activities of the College District including employment, educational programs, services and activities. The District further complies with those state and federal regulations which prohibit sexual harassment in employment and in the classroom. The Personnel/Affirmative Action Office is responsible for ensuring fair and equitable treatment.

NOTE: Instructors/Presenters/Trainers do not necessarily reflect the views nor are they official spokespersons representing Shasta College.

Shasta College reserves the right to change and provisions or requirements that will better serve the interests of the College, its programs and students. We further reserve the right to ask any student to withdraw if such action to be in the interest of the College or programs.