Looking for your specific date and time of registration?

  1. Log in to MyShasta
  2. Select “Student Planning/Register for Courses”
  3. Select “Go to Plan and Schedule”
  4. Use the “+” button next to the current term to add the upcoming term; select the term from the drop down menu
  5. After selecting the upcoming term, you will be able to see your registration date and time
  6. If you want to see a visual walk through of this process, go to MyShasta for Students

If there is no registration date and time listed, please contact the Admissions and Records Office at (530) 242-7650.

For specific course listings, please refer to MyShasta | Search for Courses.

Important Dates

Please see the following dates and descriptions relevant to each specific term. To view important dates in chronological order, please see the academic calendar

Last day to add/drop/withdrawal for short-term classes vary; please consult with your Instructor or the Admissions and Records Office for specifics. 

2022 Dates Description
April 26 Course Schedule available on MyShasta
May 3 Foster Youth and Former Foster Youth, Certified Homeless students, CalWORKs students, EOPS students, Members of the Armed Forces and Military Veterans, PACE students, Tribal TANF students
May 4 Continuing students in good standing with 45 – 99.5 units earned at Shasta College, students with 100 or more degree applicable units earned at Shasta College with a successful petition, TRIO students, continuing Student Athletes, baccalaureate degree student cohort, STEP-UP students, UMOJA students
May 5 Continuing students in good standing with 30 – 44.5 units earned at Shasta College
May 9 Continuing students in good standing with 15 – 29.5 units earned at Shasta College
May 10 Continuing students in good standing with up to 14.5 units earned at Shasta College
May 11 Shasta/North State Promise students
May 12 Matriculated New, Returning and Transfer students, Gateway to College students & College Connection students
May 16 Continuing students who have been on probation for two consecutive semesters, continuing students with 100 or more units earned at Shasta College; students without an education plan after completing 15 semester units or within three primary semesters
May 17 Special Admit / Concurrent 11th & 12th grade students
May 18 Special Admit / Concurrent students below 11th grade
May 25 Open Registration for all students
Aug 15 Fall 2022 Semester Begins
Aug 26 Last day to drop and receive a refund for full-term classes*
Aug 26 Last day to register/add a full term class**
Last day to drop a full term class without record**
Aug 29 Census day for full-term classes **
Sep 5 Labor Day Holiday
Aug 29 – Nov 18 Filing period for Degree/Certificate Application opens for pre-grad check

(Spring-2023 or Summer-2023 completion)
Sep 16 Last day to declare Pass/No Pass **
Nov 11 Veterans Day Holiday
Nov 9 Last day to withdraw with a “W” on record for full-term classes **
Nov 21 – 25 Thanksgiving Break - No Classes
Dec 15 Last day of Fall 2022 Semester

* Exceptions apply. Please check the website or Admissions & Records for details.

** Dates for short-term classes will vary. Please check with the Admissions & Records Office.

Please Note: Per AP 5055students with priority registration must complete the new student orientation, complete an ed plan with an academic counselor, and not be on academic or progress probation.

2023 Dates Description
October 25 Course Schedule available on MyShasta
November 8 Foster Youth & Former Foster Youth, Homeless Youth, Partners in Access to College Education, EOPS students, Members of the Armed Forces and Military Veterans, CalWORKs students, Tribal TANF
November 10 Continuing students with 45.0 – 99.5 units earned at Shasta College, students with 100 or more units earned at Shasta College with a successful petition, TRIO students, continuing student athletes and Baccalaureate degree cohort, STEP-UP students, UMOJA students
November 15 Continuing students with 30.0 – 44.5 units earned at Shasta College
November 16 Continuing students with 15.0 – 29.5 units earned at Shasta College
November 17 Continuing students with up to 14.5 units earned at Shasta College
November 29 Shasta/North State Promise students
December 1 Matriculated new, returning and transfer students
December 2 Gateway to College and College Connection students
December 6 Continuing students who have been on probation for two consecutive semesters.

Continuing students with 100 or more units earned at Shasta College.
December 7 Special Admit/Concurrent enrolled 11th – 12th grade students
December 8 Open Registration for all students

Special Admit/Concurrent enrolled students below 11th grade; Non-Matriculated students
December 16 End of the Fall Semester
January 16 Dr. Martin Luther King Day
January 17 Spring Semester Begins
January 27 Last day to drop and receive a refund for full-term classes*
January 27 Last day to register/add a full-term class**

Last day to drop a full-term class without record**
January 30 Census day for full-term classes **
February 2 – May 3 Filing period for Degree/Certificate Application opens for pre-grad check

(Fall 2023 completion)
February 17 Lincoln Day Holiday
February 20 Washington Day Holiday
February 21 Last day to declare Pass/No Pass**
March 31 Final deadline for Spring 2023/Summer 2023 Degree/Certificate applications if student wants to participate in Commencement ceremony
April 10-14 Spring Break – No Classes
April 21 Last day to withdraw with a “W” on record for full-term classes**
May 19 Last day of the Spring Semester
May 19 Commencement Ceremony

* Exceptions apply. Please check the website or Admissions & Records for details.

** Dates for short-term classes will vary. Please check with the Admissions & Records Office.

Please Note: Per AP 5055students with priority registration must complete the new student orientation, complete an ed plan with an academic counselor, and not be on academic or progress probation.

Please see the following definitions for your reference.

  • Continuing students are students currently enrolled at Shasta College.
  • Returning students are those who attended Shasta College in previous semesters but are not currently enrolled.  
  • New students are first time attending any college.
  • Transfer students are those who have completed courses at other colleges or universities.
  • Concurrent students are those who are concurrently enrolled in grades K-12. ​
  • Matriculated students are those who have completed orientation, assessment and developed a ​student education plan (Title 5, section 58108).
  • Semesters are full-length terms. Summer term is not considered a semester. Semesters are considered consecutive on the basis of the student’s enrollment so long as the break in the student’s enrollment does not exceed one semester (Title 5, Section 55031).

* Exceptions apply. Please check the website or Admissions & Records for details.

** Dates for short-term classes will vary. Please check with the Admissions & Records Office.

Notes:

  • District discretion in setting final “without W” date between the 4th week or 30%, whichever is less. 
  • Districts can set the drop without a “W” deadline to align with the census date.
  • “W’s” allowed through last day of 14th week or 75% of term (whichever is less). 

Census:  

  • The week nearest to 20% of the number of weeks in the primary term.
  • For traditional semesters, usually the third week.
  • Census date is Monday of census week, unless Monday is a holiday.
  • Preference for the 3rd week over the 4th week for census. 

Search, Register, Drop, and Withdrawal from Courses

You can manage your class registration process in the new MyShasta. To access MyShasta, log in to Shasta Portal at my.shastacollege.edu.

Regarding Priority Enrollment Status

Students who first attended Shasta College Fall 2014 or after must complete an orientation, develop an education plan, and remain in good standing to enjoy priority enrollment. A student may appeal the loss of priority enrollment status due to extenuating circumstances or where a student on academic or progress probation demonstrates significant academic improvement. Extenuating circumstances are verified cases of accidents, illnesses or other circumstances beyond the control of the student. Significant academic improvement is defined as achieving the minimum grade point average and progress standard established in section 55031 for the term. Please see a Counselor for possible matriculation exemptions. Units completed at other colleges are not used in determining registration priority.​​