Residential Housing is a living and learning environment. It’s our hope you'll increase your academic ability, learn more about yourself, grow in your experiences with other people, and have a better understanding of your local and global community.
Please be advised that the Shasta College Residence Halls are not accepting reservations for Fall 2020 at this time due to the coronavirus. Please read the communication from Residence Halls staff regarding this decision.
- May 1st, 2020 Letter from Interim Director of Student Services (Dorms)
- Shasta College Works To Repurpose Dorms For Fall Semester
About Residence Halls
Shasta College maintains two dormitories, one for 63 women and one for 63 men. A commons building providing recreational space and equipment for both indoor and outdoor activities is part of the facility.
A full range of social and recreational activities is programmed monthly for the enjoyment of the residents.
Students must carry and maintain satisfactory progress of a 2.0 GPA in at least 12 units to remain in the dorms. Our Residential Housing Contract is set up on the academic year, from August to May. This is a 10-month obligation; students must contact the Housing Director for any exceptions.
Students are advised to apply early to place their name on the waiting list.