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Free Tuition for First-Time Full-Time Students at Shasta College

Posted April 29th 2018

For many students attending Shasta College this Fall their tuition will be free for their first year as long as they are first-time, full-time students. A new program, called The Shasta College Promise Program, is providing students who previously may have avoided going to school due to financial considerations, another chance at obtaining a college education.

To qualify for the program, first-time Shasta College students who are California residents need to apply for financial aid, register for 12 units or more, and complete a new student orientation and education plan at the college. Students who completed dual enrollment at their high schools or concurrent or summer enrollment at the college while in high school would still qualify for the Shasta College Promise Program.

The Shasta Promise program is funded by a mix of private and public funds. The Governor’s recent budget proposal included funding that, if approved, can be used to supplement other funding sources. For information about the Shasta College Promise Program, contact Ryan Loughrey at 530-242-7656 or rloughrey@shastacollege.edu


Shasta College is part of the California Community College system, which is the largest system of higher education in the world, with 113 colleges organized into 72 districts.

More Information:
Website: http://www.ShastaCollege.edu/apply
Telephone: Call Ryan Loughrey at Shasta College at (530) 242-7656


Free Tuition for First-Time Full-Time Students at Shasta College
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Lassen Park Newspaper Winter 2020

The  Lassen Volcanic National Park Newspaper Peak Experiences Winter 2020 is now online and offers information about facilities and services,  Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center, Lassen Cafe & Gift, Lassen Association Store, winter activities, ranger-led snowshoe walks, ski and snowshoe routes, Manzanita Lake routes, camping, winter backpacking, entrance fees, winter travel,  maps, safety information, an article on Winter Wildlife, and more.  For more information, please click "Full Article".
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Christmas Tree Permits now Available for Lassen National Forest 2019

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Shingletown Area Resource Center helps with Medical Insurance Decisions

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Nordman Outdoors opens Shop in Shingletown - Slide Show

Check out the new shop in town! Local residents Irina Hays and Andrea Penners opened Nordman Outdoors which is a shop to help provide you with outdoor comfort. The specialty collection features boots, coats, fishing waders, pants, hats, gloves and other accessories for both male and female adults and children. The shop is located on State Highway 44 in downtown Shingletown across the street from Reeds Market and near the Shingletown Musem. It is open 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day including Sundays. Please stop by and check it out!  For a peek inside, please click "Full Article" to view a slide show. ...Full Article

Feed Store Now in Shingletown - Slide Show

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Earth911.com Recycling Search

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Free Household Hazardous and Electronic Waste Disposal and Mattresses too!

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Shingletown Library and Bookstore

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High Elevation Gardening. What Grows Here.

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