New Students

 
Follow these easy steps to enjoy priority enrollment
1. Apply for admission to Shasta College​​​​​
​​​Complete a S​hasta College Application for Admission. Please allow 24 hours for your application to process. You will receive a follow up e-mail with a student ID number and additional steps for enrollment. 
 
 
​​2. Apply for Financial Aid​
 
​​Submit the California College Promise Grant  (formerly BOG Fee Waiver)
  • ​2018-19 CCPG will cover Summer-18, Fall-18, and Spring-19​
  • ​​2019-20 CCPG will cover Summer-19, Fall-19, and Spring-20

​​Complete the FAFSA application - available October 1st.
    • 2018-19 FAFSA will cover Fall-18, Spring-19, and Summer-19
    • 2019-20 FAFSA will cover Summer-19, Fall-19, Spring-20, and Summer-20​
    • Shasta College’s School Code: 001289. ​​
  For additional information visit the Financial Aid Homepage


3. Request Transcripts
Arrange to have official transcripts from high school and previous college work sent to Shasta College. These are important for counseling and program planning. You may bring unofficial transcripts to your initial counseling appointment. 

  

 
 
4. Complete New Student Orientation
 
    ​​Complete the online New Student Orientation.
    A supplemental orientation may be required for student participants in specialized programs such as 
    AthleticEOPSPACE, or Puente programs. Please check with each program for specific information.​


    5. Meet with a Counselor
     
     
     
    Schedule an appointment with a counselor for course placement and to develop an educational plan.
     
    • Bring a copy of your High School and any prior college transcripts so that an educational plan and course placement can be established.

     
     
     
     
     
    6. Register for Classes
     

    You can view your registration date/time on MyShasta when you have completed all of the steps above. 

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    o register for classes, Log on to MyS​hasta, click on "students" then "search and register for classes."

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    Important Fee Information​

     
    When you register for courses payment is due by midnight of the day you register or you may be dropped from your classes. If you are unable to pay enrollment fees in full you may qualify to set up a payment plan.**

    Payments may be made:

    • In person at the Business Office, Admissions & Records, or at any Extended Education Campus.
    • Online via MyShasta using MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express.
    ** Payment plans can be created on My Shasta by clicking on "Nelnet Payment Plans." A $25 processing fee will be applied, and a 50% down payment is required to establish a new payment plan. If you have enough pending/awarded financial aid to cover your fees, you are not required to establish a new payment plan. 

     
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