The Fall 2021 course schedule includes a mix of in person, hybrid (combination online and in-person), and online classes. Expanded in-person offerings will include Career Education (CE) classes such as Welding, Heavy Equipment, Advanced Manufacturing, Logging, Diesel, Automotive, Nursing, and Fire Technology, as well as Agriculture and Farm courses. Other classes and labs that benefit from more hands-on instruction are also being offered in-person. Please refer to the Fall Schedule for the complete listing of options for course offerings.
Yes! The Shasta College Early Childhood Education (ECE) center and lab school on the main Redding Campus and the Shasta Head Start program are open.
Yes! Tutoring Services are available in-person at the 700 building on the main Redding Campus, and online. Instructions can be accessed via the Tutoring & Learning Centers webpage.
No, you are following guidelines from numerous health experts and state/local Public Health Agencies.
For anyone who is ill and taking online classes, please work with your instructor if you’re going to miss a required on-screen synchronized interaction.
To encourage sick individuals to stay away from campus, faculty, and supervisors are encouraged to provide flexibility for students and staff, as well as minimize any penalties for absence due to sickness. If you feel concerns about the faculty member’s approach, contact your Dean or the division office for support.
Stay home if you’re feeling sick or experiencing any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19, even if you’ve been vaccinated.
For Students & Employees: Self-administered testing is available on site at the main campus and downtown Health Sciences campus. Please log in to the Shasta Portal to make an appointment (via "Schedule COVID-19 Test") or contact Campus Safety (530-242-7910) or Shasta College Health and Wellness (530-242-7580). Testing is available at no cost to students and employees.
For Community Members: Please visit the www.ShastaReady.org website for a listing of local testing locations. If you're unable to access the website, you can also call (530) 225-5591.
If you’re having serious medical issues or are having significant trouble breathing call 9-1-1.
Some common symptoms of COVID-19 may include; fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
Notify Campus Safety - Anyone who is sick with COVID-19 symptoms or has been exposed to a confirmed case of COVID-19, is asked to contact their supervisor or Campus Safety by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (530) 242-7910.
Yes, our athletic teams are planning on full practices and competitions for the fall season as of this writing. Shasta College will align with or exceed the recommendations of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Please contact your coach directly for more detailed information.
According to the CDC, getting vaccinated prevents severe illness, hospitalizations, and death. Unvaccinated people may choose to get vaccinated and should continue masking until they are fully vaccinated. With the Delta variant, masking and vaccinations are more urgent than ever. CDC has updated guidance for fully vaccinated people based on new evidence on the Delta variant. Please contact your health care provider for specific, personal needs.
Please refer to public health departments or Center for Disease Control sites listed below for current information about COVID-19 and the vaccinations available:
Shasta County Department of Health Services: https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/hhsa/health-safety/current-heath-concerns/coronavirus
California Department of Public Health: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/Immunization/nCOV2019.aspx
Centers for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
Yes! The Shasta College dorms will be opened at half capacity (one resident per room) for Fall 2021. The dorms have been remodeled and upgrades to the Dorm’s wi-fi system will provide students with better access to online courses and resources. For more information please visit the Dorms webpage.
Yes! Student Services such as Counseling, Financial Aid, Tutoring, Library Services, and Food Services are now available to students both in person and online.
Employees, visitors and students will not be required to have a parking permit for the Fall 2021 semester. However, handicapped and loading zone violations will continue to be enforced.
Permanent staff parking permits for the 2021-2022 academic year are available in the Campus Safety Office from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and Friday until 11:00 a.m. Employees are encouraged to pick up their permit from Campus Safety by December 31, 2021.