Education Plan

All new students must identify an academic and career goal upon application and complete a preliminary education plan to enjoy priority registration. Returning students and students who began taking classes at Shasta College after summer 2014 must also have a comprehensive education plan on file by the end of their 3rd semester to retain priority registration.

Scheduling a counseling appointment by calling the Counseling Center at (530) 242-7724. Please bring a copy of your unofficial transcript to your appointment.


Assessment Testing

This service provides students with information that will help them to make appropriate selections of major programs and courses. The Assessment Center also provides a range of proctored exams that may be needed for multiple programs. All assessments are by appointment only.

To make an appointment and for details, please visit the Assessment Center.

This service provides students with information that will them to make appropriate selections of major programs and courses. Reading, writing, and mathematical skill assessment tests are offered to all students at a variety of times and locations on a walk-in basis. For more info, please visit the Assessment Center.

Qualifying scores from approved tests taken within the last two years at accredited institutions and sent to Shasta College may exempt students from having to take Shasta College assessment tests.