​High School Students & below

 
Welcome to Shasta College! We are excited to have you join our community. 
 
 

​​​December 11th: 11th & 12th grade Special Admit/Concurrent Spring 2020 Enrollment

December 12th: 11th grade and below Special Admit/Concurrent Spring 2020Enrollment

 
Definitions: ​
 
Concurrently enrolled ​is defined as a high school student taking college courses at a Shasta College campus or online. Concurrently enrolled students pay Health and Campus Center fees, but do not pay the $46 per unit registration fee.​​

Dual enrolled​ is defined as a high school student taking​​ college courses at their local high school. Dual enrolled students do not pay any of the following: Registration, Health and Campus Center fees. 
​8th grade and below students are defined as any student who has ​not yet completed their first semester of 9th grade. Students can still benefit from the priority registration dates. 
9th and 10th grade students ​are defined as any student who has not yet completed their first semester of 11th grade. Students can still benefit from priority registration dates. 
11th and 12th grade students ​are defined as any student who has posted grades from 11th or 12th grade.
Proxy is defined as a person who is authorized to perform transactions on behalf of the student. This section must be signed on the concurrent registration form if t​he student wishes to utilize​ this portion.
 
 

If you​ are in 11th and ​12th grade, follow the steps below: 

 
  1. Apply to Shasta College through CCC Apply (you only need to apply once) 
    www.shastacollege.edu​/apply

  2. Complete the Concurrent Enrollment Form  with all signatures including: student, parent/legal guardian and school principal or designee. Students may obtain a signature from either the middle school or high school principal designee. (Please ensure you also complete the Shasta College yellow registration form)

  3. Schedule an appointment with a Shasta College counselor. Students must bring a copy of their unofficial high school transcript to determine appropriate English and/or Math placement. Please contact the Counseling Center at 530-242-7724.
  4. Register for classes in person on or anytime after your assigned date. Please view the current important dates online to determine which date you qualify for or call Admissions and Financial Aid at (530) 242-7650.

  5. Pay your fees in person at the time of registration. High school students cannot register or make payments online. 
 

​If you a​​re in 9th or 10th gra​de, follow the steps below:

 
  1. Apply to Shasta College through CCC Apply (you only need to apply once) 
    www.shastacollege.edu​/apply

  2. Complete the Concurrent Enrollment Form with all signatures including: student, parent/legal guardian and school principal or designee. Students may obtain a signature from either the middle school or high school principal designee. (Please ensure you also complete the Shasta College yellow registration form)

  3. Bring required materials and meet with a Shasta College counselor for English and/or Math prerequisite clearance.
    • Students who wish to enroll in English 1A or in a class with English 1A as a prerequisite, will be required to submit a writing prompt, and a current transcript. A letter of recommendation is optional, but helpful. Students must have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.5 or higher to qualify. Keep your essay!
    • Students who wish to enroll in transfer-level math or in a class with a transfer-level math as a prerequisite must schedule an appointment with a Shasta College counselor for discussion and clearance. Please contact the Counseling center at (530) 242-7724.
    • Recommendation is that students considered in 9th grade not be placed in ENGL 196, but be placed into ENGL 280. Students will be required to submit a writing prompt. A letter of recommendation is optional, but helpful. Keep your essay!
    • Please click here to see what classes require an English prerequisite.

  4. Register for classes in person on or anytime after your assigned date. Please view the current important dates online to determine which date you qualify for or call Admissions and Financial Aid at (530) 242-7650.
    • If you were required to write an essay, you will also be required to turn in your essay to Admissions & Records when you register for classes.

  5. Pay your fees in person at the time of registration. High school students cannot register or make payments online. 

 

​​If y​ou are in 8th gra​​de or below, follow the steps below:

 
  1. Apply to Shasta College through CCC Apply (you only need to apply once) 
    www.shastacollege.edu​/apply

  2. Complete the Concurrent Enrollment Form  with all signatures including: student, parent/legal guardian and school principal or designee. Students may obtain a signature from either the middle school or high school principal designee. (Please ensure you also complete the Shasta College yellow registration form)

  3. Bring required materials and meet with a Shasta College counselor for English and/or Math prerequisite clearance.
    • Students who wish to enroll in English 1A  or in a class with English 1A, as a prerequisite (e.g. Geography 8) will be required to submit a writing prompt​, current transcript and a letter of recommendation. Keep your essay with you!
    • Students in the 8th grade or below will typically not be eligible to enroll in transfer-level math. Those able to demonstrate superior skills should schedule an appointment with a Shasta College counselor for discussion and clearance. Please contact the Counseling center at (530) 242-7724.
    • Recommendation is that students considered in 8th grade or below not be placed in ENGL 196, but be placed into ENGL 280. Students will be required to submit a writing prompt. A letter of recommendation is optional, but helpful. Keep your essay with you!
    • Please click here to see what classes require an English prerequisite.

  4. ​Students who wish to enroll in a course that may present a safety hazard (e.g. Welding) or an audition-based course (e.g. Shasta College Concert Orchestra) must obtain instructor approval before attempting to register. 

  5. Register for classes in person on or anytime after your assigned date. Please view the current important dates online to determine which date you qualify for or call Admissions and Financial Aid at (530) 242-7650.
    • If you were required to write an essay, you will also be required to turn in your essay to Admissions & Records when you register for classes.
  6. Pay your fees in person at the time of registration. High school students cannot register or make payments online. 

 

​For all other questions, please contact Admissions & Financial Aid at (530) 242-7650 or email admissions@shastacollege.edu. ​
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