Student ID Card & Representation Fee
When you purchase your Student ID you have access to the Student Senate food pantry, lending library, and your ID acts as a pass for the Redding Area Bus Authority (RABA) to help you get to and from campus. The total cost of the Student ID card, also known as the Student Activities and Events Fee, is $10.
Update: Please note that for the Summer 2022 semester, RABA bus drivers will accept a Spring 2022 sticker, and an additional sticker is not necessary. This only applies to Summer, and for Fall students will need an updated ID card sticker.
Step 1: Pay for Student ID
To purchase a Student ID, please follow this link or visit the Admissions and Records Office (Building 100) to make a payment in person:
- Summer 2022 - Student ID Card Form (Dynamic Form) - Log in to complete via Shasta Portal
- Fall 2022 - Student ID Card Form (Dynamic Form) - Log in to complete via Shasta Portal
Step 2: Pay for ID card
- Log into your MyShasta using the Shasta Portal
- Go to 'Student Finance'
- Select 'Make a Payment'
- Follow on-screen instructions to pay $10.00 Student ID card fee
Step 3: Schedule Appointment or Email for Contactless Services
Once you have purchased your ID you have two options:
Option 1 - Make an appointment to take your photo and receive your ID card:
- Schedule Appointment (Microsoft Bookings)
Option 2 - Email for contactless services:
- Please email The Hub (formerly Student Life) at TheHub@shastacollege.edu with the following information:
- First and last name
- Student ID number
- Current mailing address
- Passport-style headshot (solid background, no sunglasses, no baseball hats, no filters, etc.)
Students have the option to pay the Student Representation fee in the amount of $2.
- The purpose of this optional $2 fee is to ensure the students at Shasta College are adequately represented at the organizational level, regionally and statewide.
- Local and statewide Student Senate members represent the student population through on-campus participatory committees, regional meetings, and statewide assemblies.
- These funds promote and enhance student opportunities for engagement in community college issues and affairs, policy, and advocacy activities.