Community Colleges

California Community Colleges:

The California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the nation, with 2.1 million students attending 112 colleges. Community colleges offer a wide range of educational offerings and many students attend community college as a transfer pathway to a CSU or UC, for workforce and career training, and to complete a certificate or degree program. You can explore the California Community College system at:
Apply to any Community College:
Applying to Butte College:
Applying to Shasta College:
Reg-to-Go START HERE - Butte College Bound Seniors
STEP 1 - Apply online to receive your Butte College I.D. number
The Butte College Reg-to-Go program will begin in January. Reg-to-Go is a great opportunity for high school seniors to participate in orientation, assessment, counseling, and registration before the end of their senior year. Counselors from Butte will be visiting Senior Seminar classes to explain the program and other relevant information pertaining to enrollment.
Reg2Go Calendar of Events:
TBA - Counselor Class Visits at LMHS in Senior Seminar
TBA- Assessment at LMHS
TBA- Orientation Counseling Registration Campus Visit at the Main Campus
Applying to Shasta College
  • Create an account or log in to CCCApply / MyPath
  • Apply to Shasta College using Explore MyPath. (MyPath is a guided pathwayapproach to enrollment and you'll be able to explore careers, degrees, financial aid, and more.)
  • You'll receive an application confirmation email with your unique Student ID within 24 hours.
  • Apply for Financial Aid using FAFSA and submit the California College Promise Grant application
  • Request your official high school and prior college transcripts sent to Shasta College
  • Complete Shasta College's online orientation program
  • Schedule an academic counseling appointment
  • Register for classes by logging in to MyShasta
California Colleges
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