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  • Shasta College Provides WiFi Access for Students Via Campus Parking Lot

    To provide students with better access to online classes and resources, Shasta College is now offering free Wi-Fi in the Redding campus North parking lot and the Tehama, and Trinity Campus parking lots. Students may sign-up for 1 hour periods available from 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday starting October 26, 2020. Students may sign-up for more than one appointment per day.

  • Shasta County Moved to Tier 1 (Purple Tier)

    Shasta County Public Health recently announced that the State would be moving Shasta County to Tier 1 (Purple Tier) starting Tuesday, October 20. Because of the forward thinking of Shasta College leadership in deciding to maintain most classes online for the Fall semester, this change in status will have minimal impact for currently enrolled Shasta College students. Starting on Friday...

  • Shasta College Spring Semester To Continue Online

    Shasta College will offer Spring 2021 courses primarily online, with registration commencing November 14. Fall 2020 courses currently being taught in-person with safety protocols and social distancing such as Allied Health, Fire Academy, nursing, some Career Education (CE) courses, and supporting labs will continue in-person for Spring 2021. Courses that are currently online...

  • Knight Life Monthly Newsletter - August 2020

    Welcome to the Fall 2020 semester! For those of you new to Shasta College this is the Knight Life monthly newsletter produced by the Office of Student Life. The newsletter is packed full of important information, engagement opportunities, and more!

  • Shasta College Fall Classes Start Online August 17

    Shasta College courses for the fall semester will commence on August 17, with most being held online. Shasta College decided to move the majority of fall classes online back in May 2020 in response to the national pandemic and out of concern for student…

  • Shasta College Shifts All Sports To Spring Season

    Shasta College is shifting all fall sports to a spring start to align with the California Community College Athletic Association’s (CCCAA) July 9 announcement for the 2020/21 athletic season. This decision ensures the safety and health of the student-athletes…