College of Siskiyous Fall Semester to Begin Aug. 15

WEED – College of the Siskiyous (COS) provides transfer classes to four-year colleges, associate degrees, vocational certificate programs, job skills classes, and courses for personal enrichment and recreation. The College offers many services to students, including advising and counseling, two residential lodges, tutoring, financial aid, and an onsite Campus Gift and Book Shop where students may also purchase their books and supplies.

There are many courses to choose from, however, popular classes and transfer classes quickly fill. Be sure to register early to get the classes you need and want. The 2011 Fall Semester schedule is available online at Then click on the Navigator Logo (located at the bottom right corner). Copies of the schedule are also available from the Weed and Yreka Campuses.

If you are a student who is pursuing any COS certificate, AA degree, or transfer requirements, and are new to COS, you will want to participate in the Siskiyous Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) activity. This is a required activity held on the main Weed campus and is specifically geared toward all incoming College of the Siskiyous students. During SOAR sessions, students will receive orientation, advising, a class schedule and a campus tour. New student placement tests must be scheduled and completed prior to scheduling your SOAR session due to limited testing times. Please call the Counseling and Support Services Office at (530) 938-5353 with any questions or to sign up for SOAR. Each session has limited availability.

As a reminder, students may also register for classes online at The College of the Siskiyous is committed to providing you with offerings that will allow you to continue the pursuit of your educational goals. For more information, contact the Weed Campus at (530) 938-5555 or the Yreka Campus at (530) 842-1245. The Weed Campus can also be reached toll-free by calling (888) 397-4339.

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