Want to know when your date of Registration is?
- Log in to your MyShasta Account
- Click on the link in Green "My Shasta for Students"
- Under the Heading on the right "Registration", click the link that says, "My Registration Date and Time"
- If there is no registration date and time listed and you are either a:
- Continuing Student (currently taking classes)
- Returning Student (have taken classes in the past)
- A New Student who has met all of the requirements for matriculation, please contact the Admissions and Records Office at (530) 242-7650
For specific course listings, please refer to MyShasta
August 17 First day of class - Fall 2015
August 28 Last day to drop & receive a refund full-term class*
September 4 Last day to register/Add a full-term class*
September 4 Last day to drop a full-term class without record*
September 7 HOLIDAY - Labor Day
September 8 Census Day for full-term classes*
September 25 Last day to declare pass/no pass option for full-term classes*
November 11 HOLIDAY - Veterans Day
November 13 Last Day to withdraw with a "W" on record for full-term classes*
Nov. 16- Jan. 2 Filing period for Associate Degrees
Nov. 23 - Nov. 27 Thanksgiving week - No classes
December 18 Fall Semester ends
*Date for short-term classes will vary. Please check with Admissions & Records
||Registration: Foster Youth & Former Foster Youth, DSPS students, EOPS students, Members of the Armed Forces and Military Veterans, CalWORKS students.
||Registration: Continuing Students with 45.0 to 99.5 units earned at Shasta College, Students with 100 or more units earned at Shasta College with a successful petition
Registration: Trio Students & continuing Student Athletes
||Registration: Continuing students 30-44.5 units earned at Shasta College
||Registration: Continuing students 15-29.5 units earned at Shasta College
||Registration: Continuing students up to 14.5 units earned at Shasta College
||Registration: Shasta/NorthState Promise students
||Registration: Matriculated new, returning, and transfer students
||Registration: Gateway to College & College Connection students
||Registration: Continuing students who have been on probation for two consecutive semester. Continuing students 100 or more units earned at Shasta College. Non-matriculated continuing students who enrolled prior to Fall 2014.
||Registration: Special Admit/Concurrent enrolled 11th -12th grade
|Registration: Special Admit/Concurrent below 11th grade
Non-Matriculated students who first enrolled Fall 2014 or after
||First day of class - Spring 2016
||Last day to drop & receive a refund full-term class*
||Last day to register/Add a full-term class*
||Last day to drop a full-term class without record*
||Census Day for full-term classes*
||HOLIDAY - Lincoln's Day
||HOLIDAY - Washington's Day
||Last day to declare pass/no pass option for full-term classes*
|Dec. 11- Feb. 15
||Filing period for ADT paperwork to be turned in to A&R**
|Feb. 22 - Mar. 25
||Filing period for Associate Degrees
|Mar. 28 - April 1
Last Day to withdraw with a "W" on record for full-term classes*
||Last day of Spring semester & Commencement
|*Date for short-term classes will vary. Please check with Admissions & Records
**Check with A&R for exceptions.
Continuing Students are students currently enrolled at Shasta College.
Returning Students are those who attended Shasta College in previous semesters but are
not currently enrolled.
are first time attending any college.
Transfer Students are those who have completed courses at other colleges or universities.
students are those who are
concurrently enrolled in grades K-12.
students are those who have completed orientation, assessment
and developed a student education plan (Title 5, section 58108).
Semesters are full-length terms. Summer term is not considered a
semester. Semesters are considered consecutive on the basis of the student’s
enrollment so long as the break in the student’s enrollment does not exceed one
semester (Title 5, Section 55031).
Students who first attended Shasta College Fall 2014
or after must complete an orientation, assessment and develop an education plan
and remain in good standing to enjoy priority enrollment. A student may appeal
the loss of priority enrollment status due to extenuating circumstances or
where a student on academic or progress probation demonstrates significant
academic improvement. Extenuating circumstances are verified cases of
accidents, illnesses or other circumstances beyond the control of the student.
Significant academic improvement is defined as achieving the minimum grade
point average and progress standard established in section 55031 for the term. Please see a Counselor for possible
matriculation exemptions. Units completed at other colleges are not used in
determining registration priority.