Location
Redding, CA
Undergrads
3,878
Tuition (in-state)
$6,223 ($1,183)
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Reviews 466 total reviews with an average rating of 3.3

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5 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The amount of financial aid I received was great for the school. I was able to get all the supplies I needed and was able to pay my living expenses.

3 College Junior

Facilities: The school facilities really depends on where in the school you go. Some have better facilities than others.

College Student

Academic Experience: I took online courses. The biology course I took was okay. Other than that I do not know how the school would help with my major.

3 College Student

Academic Experience: It took a long time to get registered for class. Especially if you do not have a license. It took many hours due to counselor mess ups etc.

3 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: It is a very long process. Some of the classes I was given were not worth the money spent though.

3 College Student

Academic Flexibility: Class flexibility was fine, this is due to the fact that I was taking online courses.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: I was never really on campus that much. The on campus library was okay though.

3 College Student

Campus Resources: It was okay, it wasn't the greatest system but it was manageable.

3 College Student

Student Body: I never really interacted with anyone. I took online classes.

3 College Student

Facilities: I never really visited the campus. From what I have seen it is okay.

3 College Student

Online Courses: I never really connected with the Teacher.

2 College Student

Career Services: They don't give you classes that are challenging and up to your learning standards. I was put in an English class that was way too easy.

2 College Student

Overall Experience: The counselor's there honestly do not listen to you. I set up a meeting and in the beginning I told the counselor I wanted online classes only and he ignored me and recommended campus classes.

2 College Junior

Academic Experience: I don't feel challenged at all. I felt more challenged taking AP classes in high-school. My work load is minimum though, so that's nice. There are few internship or job opportunities.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors are interesting and informative, most of them aren't very good at catching attention though.

College Junior

Career Services: I have never done any career planning with the college. All of the career planning I have done is with college options. They're counselors are great.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: It's a JC so it's going to be relatively cheap. I was awarded two scholarships this year and BOG fee waiver (which if probably more money than I need.) You just need to know where to look for the money.

College Junior

Campus Resources: I've never been in the athletic centers, the student centers, the library, or gone to any campus activities (except a football game once and it was bad)

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: This is one thing I like about the school. I have never had a problem with the internet, even with everyone using it for facebook. it's fast and reliable.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It's not terrible. It's rough for me because I have to drive 40 miles everyday to get to the main campus, but generally you can schedule classes around other commitments.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I'm not going to take one again. I just don't have the patience to turn in assignments every week.

2 College Junior

Student Body: None of us are there for "the college experience" not many activities are put on at the campus. Everyone stays to themselves (unless they know people from high school). The sports games aren't that fun. It's not diverse at all because it's a junior college, so everyone is from the same area. Really Shasta is mostly used as a cheap segue way for a University.

2 College Junior

Facilities: There's nothing unique about it. They're just concrete building that just barely meet what they're required to do. The Tehama Campus was built next to a sewage plant, so when ever there's a wind, the smell invades campus.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: It's incredibly boring and feels like I'm wasting my time in most of my classes. Although I am learning a lot in a few classes (some of which are very rich with information.) Others I would rather not do, and move on with my life. In my opinion if you have the choice and you can get into a real University, do it. Don't waste your time here no matter how cheap it is.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: I loved my online courses, I just wish there were more offered.

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