FEES:  

Important Fee Information!
If you register at the Admissions and Records windows payment is due at the time of registration. If you register through your MyShasta account you will have to pay by midnight of the day you register or you may be dropped from your classes. If you have questions, please contact the Admissions and Records Office at 530-242-7650. Payments will not be accepted via mail. However, payments may be made on MyShasta using MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express. Payment will also be accepted in person either at the Business Office, at the Admissions & Records Office, or at any Extended Education campus.  

(Note: See important information concerning the BOG Fee Waiver that may help with fees.)

Fees are as follows for the 2013 Fall semester:

  1. Enrollment Fee: $46.00* per semester unit for all students 
  2. Student Health Fee: $19.00*
    (The Health Fee may be refunded to students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization or for students who are attending a community college under an approved apprenticeship training program. See the Dean of Enrollment Services for details.) 
  3. Campus Center Fee: $20.50*
    (Only for students enrolled in one or more classes offered at Shasta College main campus and/or greater Redding area and online courses). 
  4. Student Representation Fee (Voluntary): $1.00*/semester 
  5. Student Events and Activities Fee (Voluntary): $10.00*/semester 
  6. Out-of-State Registration Fee: $210.00* per unit (in addition to the regular enrollment fees of $46.00 per unit)
  7. Parking: $25.00 per semester or $1.00 daily permit ($20.00 per semester if you are a BOGFW recipient)

The Campus Center and Health fees are as follows for the 2013 Summer semester (all other fees remain the same as stated for the Spring semester above):

  1. Campus Center Fee: $15.50*
  2. Health Fee: $16.00*

*ALL FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. If the State Legislature enacts a fee increase retroactively, students will be billed for the difference. KEEP YOUR ADDRESS CURRENT. 

Refund Policy Information 

Full Term = 18 week course
Short Term = less than or equal to 17 weeks

Note: If the class has a TBA, or no schedule assigned or is an online class, the meeting classes are counted every day (M-F) from start date to end date, excluding weekends and holidays to determine the number of class meetings. If you have any questions regarding this, please call the number below.

Full Term Class Refund-Withdrawal Dates: 

 

Refund Policy

Term: 

 Date Range: 

100% Refund Issued if Withdrawal is ON or BEFORE: 

2013 Fall 

08/19/13-12/20/13

August 30, 2013

  2013 Spring 

 01/15/13-05/24/13 

January 25, 2013

      2013 Summer 

 06/10/13-07/25/13 

See Short Term Class Refund-Withdrawal Policy 

                                       

Short Term Class Refund-Withdrawal Policy: 

 

Refund Policy

Number of Class Meetings: 

10% Point   (Rounded Down): 

100% Refund Issued if Withdrawal Is ON or BEFORE: 

9 

0.9 = 0 

 Day before 1st day of class 

19 

1.9 = 1 

  1st day of class 

29 

2.9 = 2 

  2nd day of class 

39 

3.9 = 3 

  3rd day of class 

49 

4.9 = 4 

  4th day of class 

59 

5.9 = 5 

  5th day of class 

69 

6.9 = 6 

  6th day of class 

 

 

Refunds for Non-Resident Tuition  

 

Non-Resident Refunds
Prior to and during first week of instruction 100% 
During second week of class instruction  75%
During third week of class instruction 50%
During fourth week of class instruction 25%
After fourth week of class meetings:  NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN 

 

 

*Non -Resident tuition refunds for classes less than a full-term length will be prorated according to the above schedule.

If you have paid with a credit card, the refund will be issued back to that card if the refund is processed within 90 days of when payment was made. If it is over 90 days or the payment was made with cash, your refund will be mailed as a check. It is important to make sure that your address is up-to-date in our system to ensure that you receive your refund.

Important Note:   You may be dropped for non-payment; however, it is ultimately the student’s responsibility to be aware of the refund dates and adhere to the drop deadlines in order to receive a full refund or to not owe registration fees. Typically refunds are issued every other week, except 1 week before a full term semester and will start back up 2 weeks after school starts. During this time, if you have dropped all of your classes and do not plan on attending please call the number below.

If you have any questions regarding refunds, please call (530) 242-7666.

 ***Shasta College reserves the right to change fees and related refund policy without notice.***