|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Shasta College Students||8%||12%||63%||24%||0%||8%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||1%|
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I started at Shasta College when I was 14, and everybody was so welcoming. They didn’t judge me for being younger, and they actually congratulated and supported me. That being said, I like how safe and supportive Shasta College is.
I would probably encourage better places to study. The library replacement is always busy, and the actual library doesn’t have enough study rooms.
I feel like I learned a lot not only on campus but also about myself. I went to Shasta College the year Covid first hit and only had 1 in-person class out of the many classes I took. In that class, I had a great experience and would recommend this school to anyone looking for a great community college.
I honestly don't have anything I didn't like about this school.
I transferred from Butte College to Shasta College, and my experience at Shasta has been fantastic! So many extraordinary resources and helpful staff that are genuinely concerned with seeing you succeed. The online class option is excellent! Canvas is the best online class software I have used yet!
I am not a fan of having to identify as not transgendered. It makes me sad that I can't just freely state I am a woman on my profile at school.
Professors are very helpful as long as you apply yourself. They match the effort they see you put in.
It isn't in the most convenient location.
Although it is a pretty small campus it becomes so much bigger the more you meet people and get to know your peers. The professors were all really nice and there are many clubs and organizations that you can become a part of.
If you don't make the effort to get to know people then you might miss out on great opportunities. Also, meet your professors and ask the questions you want to ask because it can be so helpful in the long run.