"Student Life at the College"

 Dorm students 


Student Center
The student center (2000 building) provides students the opportunity to meet and relax between classes. The student center houses the campus cafeteria and the Bistro where both students and faculty can enjoy meals that are prepared by our Culinary Arts Program. Our student annex (2300 building) houses our bookstore, International Student Program, Student Senate Office, campus clubs and student organizations, meeting room, and many others.

Campus Clubs and Student Organizations
The Shasta College Student Senate (SCSS) oversees the student clubs on campus including academic, social, political and service groups such as the Intercultural club, Amigos Unidos, Sustainability Club, etc.

Athletics
Sport teams at Shasta College include mens' and womens' soccer, swimming, tennis, golf, basketball, and track and field. Men also play football and wresting and women play softball and volleyball. Students may also take classes in tennis, golf, swimming, yoga, dance, aerobics, martial arts, basketball and volleyball.

Leadership
Many of our international students take advantage of opportunities in student government and other clubs to exhibit their leadership skills and experience in decision making, planning, team building, problem solving, etc. For students interested in transferring to a university, this is an excellent way to demonstrate your leadership qualities, which can be important in admissions.

Student Housing
Student housing on campus is an excellent way to meet new students and continuing students at Shasta College. International students usually want to be matched with American students so that they can practice their English skills on a daily basis and have a room mate who can help them with other things outside of the campus, which includes knowing where to shop, how to get around town, going to the bank and etc. Many of our students welcome the opportunity to interact and be friends with international students. 

 

The student center (2000 building) provides students the opportunity to meet and relax between classes. The student center houses the campus cafeteria and the Bistro where both students and faculty can enjoy meals that are prepared by our Culinary Arts Program. Our student annex (2300 building) houses our bookstore, International Student Program, Office, , meeting room, and many others. The (SCSS) oversees the on campus including academic, social, political and service groups such as the , , , etc. Sport teams at Shasta College include mens' and womens' soccer, swimming, tennis, golf, basketball, and track and field. Men also play football and wresting and women play softball and volleyball. Students may also take classes in tennis, golf, swimming, yoga, dance, aerobics, martial arts, basketball and volleyball. Many of our international students take advantage of opportunities in and other to exhibit their leadership skills and experience in decision making, planning, team building, problem solving, etc. For students interested in transferring to a university, this is an excellent way to demonstrate your leadership qualities, which can be important in admissions. is an excellent way to meet new students and continuing students at Shasta College. International students usually want to be matched with American students so that they can practice their English skills on a daily basis and have a room mate who can help them with other things outside of the campus, which includes knowing where to shop, how to get around town, going to the bank and etc. Many of our students welcome the opportunity to interact and be friends with international students.