Assessment at Shasta College is changing!
If you are looking for the Covid-19 testing center please call Health & Human Services at (530) 225-5591.
Shasta College Testing Center
The assessment process will help you become a Shasta College graduate in the shortest amount of time possible. The process is changing at Shasta College to make sure you get the most appropriate math courses that fit your need and ability. We also offer testing services. Please review this page to find which pathway you should take.
The Testing Center is currently only able to offer the Computer Literacy Assessment. Read the Computer Literacy Assessment section under Current Students for more information.
If you are a potential TEAS tester you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified when we are able to offer the TEAS test again. We do not currently have a known date for being able to offer the test again.
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The Assessment Center in Room 2215 in the 2200 Building is open Monday through Friday. Testing in the Assessment Center is by appointment only. Please visit the Assessment Center web page and click on the Assessment Appointment link to make an appointment. Assessments will be completed on computers. Assessments are available at Extended Education campuses by appointment only. Please contact the Assessment Center for multiple measure placement criteria or contact the Counseling center at (530) 242-7724.
Students with disabilities should contact the Partners in Access to College Education (PACE) Office at (530) 242-7790 for information and assessment accommodations. PACE services and assessment accommodations are available to students at all Extended Education sites.
For questions about ESL testing, contact the ESL office at (530) 242-7711. For questions about multiple measures decision rules, please contact the office of the Dean of Enrollment Services.
Orientations, assessment and counseling are also available for students in Tehama, Trinity, and Eastern Shasta County, as well as for students taking classes online from distances outside of Northern California. For more information, contact the Tehama campus at (530) 529-8980.