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  • Shasta College Fall Semester Will Bring Back Expanded In-Person Learning Options

    Shasta College plans to bring select courses and support services back on campuses for in-person instruction this coming fall semester. For the last several months, employees at the college have been looking at how to safely bring students back on campus for some courses. With encouraging daily reports that COVID-19 cases in the Shasta, Trinity, and Tehama region are on the decline, the college...

  • Local Education Leader to Join McConnell Board

    Eva Valdivia Jimenez will become a McConnell Foundation director during its annual meeting in February. She is assistant superintendent/vice president of Economic and Workforce Development and the executive director of the Shasta College Foundation. As an administrator for the past decade, her focus has been on leveraging her private-industry management experience to...

  • Shasta College Spring Classes Start Online January 19

    Shasta College courses for the Spring Semester will commence on January 19, with most classes held online. Registration is currently open for new and returning students. Counseling and Enrollment Services are available to help students enroll, register for classes, make or adapt their education plans, and answer financial aid questions. Call (530) 242-7650 or email admissions@shastacollege.edu.

  • STEP-UP Students Awarded Women in California leadership Scholarships

    Ashley Tirado and Alisha Cetina from Shasta College’s Shasta Technical Education Program-Unified Partnership (STEP-UP) have been awarded a Minerva Women in California Leadership Scholarship. Only 80 students statewide were awarded these $2,500 scholarships. The Minerva Scholarship program was established by Women in California Leadership (WICL) Foundation to support the advancement of women in...

  • 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...