Leadership & Organization
Shasta College serves Shasta, Tehama, and Trinity counties as a comprehensive community college and we pride ourselves in our dedication to our students’ success. All campus groups — trustees, administration, faculty, staff, and students — play key roles in creating the unique campus community at Shasta College. The successful operation of the College relies on the collaboration and hard-work of many individuals and different teams including:
- Board of Trustees: The Board of Trustees is the ultimate policy-making body of the College.
- Office of the President: The Superintendent/President oversees the implementation of Board policies and is responsible for the overall administrative governance of the College.
- President’s Cabinet: The President’s Cabinet is comprised of the Vice Presidents of Shasta College who advise the Superintendent/President and collaborate to implement the strategic initiatives and to ensure effective operations of the College.
- Divisions: Our Instruction, Student Services, Economic & Workforce Development, Administrative Services, and Human Resources divisions each serve a key role in enabling our students to achieve their educational, career, and personal goals.
- Accreditation: Shasta College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
- Academic Senate: The Academic Senate is responsible for helping to develop and making recommendations regarding our curriculum, degree requirements, grading policies, program development, faculty development, and more. Members are elected among faculty.
- Student Senate: Shasta College’s student government body is known as the Student Senate. Its elected officers are the voice of our student population and help foster leadership in our campus community.
- Participatory Governance Committees: We have several participatory governance that collaborate together to ensure inclusive and comprehensive processes that produce excellent results for our students and our institution.
- Shasta College Foundation: The Shasta College Foundation is a nonprofit corporation that provides the college and its students with resources that enrich our students' experiences and build positive relationships within our communities.
Shasta College maintains a detailed organizational chart (PDF) that outlines the organizational structure of all divisions, departments and programs of the District and includes all full-time, permanent District employees. The organizational charts are maintained by the President’s Office and are updated regularly. For any questions regarding these charts, please contact the Superintendent/President's Office at (530) 242-7510.