The purpose of this page is to provide current, general information about the Dual Enrollment and Articulation Annual Course Request Process. Our goal is to provide transparent procedures and accurate expectations for becoming a Shasta College Dual Enrollment Instructor. Thank you for your interest in the Shasta College Dual Enrollment and Articulation Program.

Zoom Sessions

Questions about the course request process and how it all works? Log in to one of our scheduled Zoom sessions where we'll be available to answer your questions and show you where to find information!

2023/2024 Dual Enrollment Course Request Cycle Q&A Session Schedule

Date/Time Join on Zoom
Thursday, January 26 at 3:30 pm
Tuesday, January 31 at 3:30 pm
Thursday, February 2 at 3:30 pm
Monday, February 6 at 3:30 pm
Thursday, February 9 at 3:30 pm

Timeline for High School Course Requests

  • October - Course request cycle opens
  • Mid February - High schools identify classes and submit requests for following academic year.
  • March - Course and instructor review
  • April - Notifications sent. Deadline for deans to complete interviews, if needed.
  • May - List of classes finalized for following academic year.
  • August - Annual mandatory training

To ensure you are on the email list for notification, email Damaris Stevens at

Policies for Instructors

  • Must meet minimum qualifications to teach at a California CC
  • Must sign Instructional Service Agreement
  • Paid a $300 stipend per section plus training stipend, not employees of Shasta College
  • Mandatory attendance at trainings, articulation meetings
  • In charge of enrollment facilitation
  • End of term reporting—grades and SLOs
  • Evaluated on the same schedule as a part-time instructor
  • Must complete Positive Attendance Rosters

Additional Services

  • Facilitated online courses offered with supplemental instruction by high school teacher

Online Facilitated Courses

In this Dual Enrollment model, a high school who does not have a teacher that meets minimum qualifications for a subject can request an online college course be created specifically for their students. Students who enroll in the class receive their course instruction online during a set, high school class period. The college course is taught by a Shasta College Faculty member who collaborates with a high school teacher to ensure students meet the rigorous expectations of the class.

The high school teacher is generally a subject matter instructor at the high school and is able to offer supplemental instruction and added accountability to the students. They also facilitate the enrollment process and help students with any issues they may have with Canvas.

To request an Online Facilitated Course, please contact the Dual Enrollment Office.