Register for Classes
Shasta has over 100+ degrees and certificates geared to help you get the education you need to be successful in today’s world. We offer a superior education at an affordable price. Shasta is the best value for higher education in the north state.
There are some easy steps, referred to as matriculation, you must complete in order to register. Please follow the process outlined in: Apply to Shasta College.
After following steps for admission, explore our various programs by degree type or area of study.
NEW! MyShasta launching this April 2021
Coming in early April, MyShasta is getting a complete makeover. With the new look and feel comes a few changes and new processes.
In preparation for this transition, please review these how-to's: MyShasta for Students
Already a student?
Follow the link below to register now for classes.
Students who participate in services 1 through 5 will be given "priority registration" status. New students who have completed college orientation, assessment and developed educational plans as well as continuing students in good standing who have not exceeded 100 degree-applicable units (not incuding units in basic English, math, or English as a Second Language) will now have priority over students who do not meet the criteria.
Students who are active-duty military, veterans, foster youth, certified homeless students, and participants in EOPS, PACE, and CalWORKS will continue to have priority registration if they meet the same criteria listed above. We highly encourage students on academic and/or progress probation and those nearing 100 degree-applicable units to seek guidance from a counselor to carefully plan their remaining courses.
Community college districts are required to notify students of matriculation requirements and the loss of registration priority if a student fails to fulfill their responsibilities. Information related to this college's matriculation policies are accessible and available to all students during or prior to enrollment (e.g., during orientation) and are included in class schedules and catalogs. Contact the office of the Dean of Enrollment Services should you have questions regarding rights and responsibilities. (See Board Policy/Administrative Procedure 5050 for more information.)
Once you've completed all previous steps, acquire your registration date and time on MyShasta.
Payment is due at the time of registration.