Shasta College’s Dual Enrollment Program was established in an effort to encourage a greater number of high school students to enroll and earn college credit while still in high school. The College views dual enrollment as an opportunity for eligible students to broaden their exposure to college programs and courses while at the same time, getting a head start on their college education.

We believe that participation in dual enrollment classes can ease the transition from high school to college and encourage local students to pursue post-secondary education— especially those students who might not otherwise do so.

View 2019-2020 D​ual Enrolled and Articulated Courses (PDF)

Potential Student Outcomes

  • Explore career pathways prior to high school graduation
  • Get a head start on earning college credit
  • Save money on tuition and fees
  • Build self-confidence in college level rigor and ease the transition to college
  • Eliminate the duplication of coursework between high school and college

Other Potential Outcomes

  • Increase communication between high school and college instructors and counselors
  • Reduce remediation rates
  • Increased transfer rate
  • Increase high school graduation rates
  • Increase in students attending Shasta College after high school graduation
  • Increase in the number of people in our community with college degrees and certificates

College Application

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Policies for Students

  • Maximum units = 11/semester
  • Students must fulfill pre-requisite requirements
  • Fees—high school students are not required to pay fees (both resident and non-resident)
  • Students must apply online and complete the DE registration form completely
  • Grades become a part of each student’s official college academic record
  • Principal approval required
  • Students must act on their own behalf
  • It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes
  • Students are granted full privileges at the College Library

College Catalog

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Degrees & Certificates

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