Measure A Projects 

    Financial Summary Report    

2002 Bond Measure A projects are described below, and are listed in order of largest to smallest bond fund allocation.

Health Sciences and University Center ($16.7 million):

Shasta College held its grand opening of the Health Sciences and University Center located at 1400 Market Street in downtown Redding on September 22, 2007. Shasta College has long been recognized for excellence in the training of nurses and allied health personnel. The concept of a new Health Sciences Center was celebrated and supported by the medical and dental community. The Center houses fully-equipped laboratory spaces and classrooms and contains Shasta’s College’s Nursing and Dental Hygiene programs, as well as the Shasta County Community Health Dental Clinic. The location of the Center was chosen for its close proximity to both Redding hospitals for the students’ convenience during their clinical experience.  Students will also have access to Bachelor’s Degrees through educational partnerships with California State University, Chico and other universities.   

The Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District is proud of its educational offerings in the North State, and of its contributions to the communities it serves. The completion of the Center provides the North State access to modern and cutting edge facilities for learning   Shasta College’s pledge is to work with our communities to offer programs that will enhance economic and workforce development, and provide access to baccalaureate programs and transfer opportunities.  Click on the link to view the final »  Health Sciences and University Center Financial Summary Report   

Tehama Campus ($12.8 million):

The Tehama Campus Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on Saturday, August 22, 2009 at 770 Diamond Avenue, Red Bluff, CA.  Our guest speaker was Dr. Jack Scott, Chancellor of the California Community Colleges.  This campus was the largest of two extension campuses built to serve students throughout our over 10,0000 square mile district.  Click on the link to view the final » Tehama Campus Financial Summary Report   

Early Childhood Education Building ($1.6 million): 

The new 6,220 square foot Early Childhood Education (ECE) Center was dedicated on November 9, 2005, and was the first Bond Measure A facility constructed on the Shasta College campus since the bond's passage in 2002.  The facility replaced the 28-year-old, outdated portables formerly used as the ECE Center, and houses one of only a few nationally accredited ECE Programs in the stat.  Click on the link to view the final » ECE Financial Summary Report    

Trinity Campus ($1.3 million): 

Shasta College held a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house at the new Trinity Campus at 30 Arbuckle Court, Weaverville, CA, on Wednesday, October 8, 2008.  The Trinity Campus houses four classrooms and one multi-use building, with a total of 3,840 square feet, and a well-lit new parking lot which will accommodate the additional course offerings made possible with this new campus. This $1.8 million facility has covered walkways for the safety and comfort of Shasta College’s students in inclement weather.  Click on the link to view the final » Trinity Campus Financial Summary Report    

Science Lab Upgrades ($900,000):

The Science Lab upgrades project was completed in Fall 2004.  Click on the link to view the final » Science Lab Upgrades Financial Summary Report  

Theatre Remodel ($700,000): 

Click on the link to view the final » Theatre Remodel Financial Summary Report 

Energy Facilities Upgrades - Gas Lines Infrastructure Project ($463,000 - funded primarily through bond Interest Proceeds): 

 A portion of the interest on the final Bond Measure A funds was allocated to the gas lines infrastructure project on the Shasta College main campus.  Click on the link to view the final » Gas Lines Infrastructure Financial Summary Report