Open registration for 2017/18 fall semester, winter intersession, and spring semester classes at College of the Siskiyous is open. Early registration is recommended to get the classes you need and want. Visitors to the COS website will now notice a newly updated and refreshed website: www.siskiyous.edu. From the homepage, students may access their “mySiskiyous” account,… Read more »Share on Facebook
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EOPS is a student support program for educationally and economically disadvantaged students. It is designed to provide opportunities in higher education for students. The program provides services and resources such as: personalized counseling and advising, transportation assistance, grants, book vouchers ($400), meal cards and school supplies. To be considered for EOPS, the student must meet… Read more »Share on Facebook
This summer, the COS Life Long Learning Program will be offering a tuition-free Life Story Writing (ENGL 0599/#5089) class at the Yreka Campus. Taught by Haley Baldwin, this introductory writing class is sure to be a lot of fun. The class will meet this summer on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 am to 12:50 pm, beginning… Read more »Share on Facebook
This summer, COS will offer Beginning Welding (WELD 1101/#5061) and Metal Fabrication (WELD 1103/#5062) on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at the Weed Campus from 5:30 to 9:20 pm. The classes will begin June 6 and end August 3, 2017. Mark Beaulieu, Certified AWS Inspector and Educator is the instructor.
The COS Welding Program offers instruction… Read more »
The College of the Siskiyous Foundation announces scholarship applications for 2017/2018 are now available for Siskiyou County and Modoc County high school seniors (graduating June 2017) and current COS students who plan to attend COS during the 2017/2018 year. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2017.
While each student’s background is indeed different, they share… Read more »
Coach Tom Powers’ pick for the Subway COS Lady Eagles Basketball Player of the Week is Gabbi Schmitt.
Schmitt, “sprained her ankle in last Monday’s practice, and the coaches thought she was out for the weekend. She was only able to play a few minutes in the first two games, but in the championship game she… Read more »
Anything made of metal, no matter how big or small, can be welded. Examples are everywhere, from vehicles to ships, aircraft, rockets and more. Construction is a huge market and buildings, bridges and highways would be impossible to build without welding, as would oil and natural-gas pipelines, giant wind turbines and solar panels. Welders help… Read more »Share on Facebook
The 2016/2017 College of the Siskiyous Speakers Series will kick off its new season with a presentation by Galen Ferrel entitled “Cake, Rent, and Divorce Settlements: How to Divide Things Fairly” on Thursday, September 29. The presentation will be held in the Weed Campus Science building, room 110 and will start at 7:00 pm.
How can… Read more »
We had some organizational difficulties getting the new Subway COS Eagles Soccer Players of the Week awards underway, but we’re rolling now. Players for the first three weeks, as selected by COS Coach Ed Kephart, are below.
This is the first year of soccer for both the women’s and the men’s teams. The women are currently… Read more »
Come one, come all! College of the Siskiyous invites you to attend COS Preview Day and College Fair at the Weed Campus on Wednesday, September 21, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. It’s free and all COS students and high school juniors and seniors (and parents) are invited to attend.
Explore the COS Campus and learn… Read more »
College of the Siskiyous announces a number of late-starting Alcohol and Drug / Human Services (ADHS) classes will be starting over the next several weeks at the Yreka Campus.Classes scheduled include:
Community Outreach and Referral (ADHS 1011-01 / #7377) – Students will explore the concepts of alcohol and other drug prevention, substance abuse, community education, Human… Read more »
College of the Siskiyous announces a number of late-starting Alcohol and Drug/Human Services (ADHS) classes will be starting over the next several weeks at the Yreka Campus. Classes scheduled include:
Community Outreach and Referral (ADHS 1011-01 / #7377) – Students will explore the concepts of alcohol and other drug prevention, substance abuse, community education, Human Services… Read more »
Registration for College of the Siskiyous’ fall and spring semester classes is open. Fall classes will begin the week of August 15. New students must first apply for admission, which may be completed online and is now under way for the fall semester. Visit the college website at www.siskiyous.edu and then clicking the Apply Now button… Read more »Share on Facebook
Learn the basics of how to play golf and how to have fun while doing it. Ben Alexander, PGA Professional and Pro at the Mt. Shasta Resort, will instruct this community education course offered by the College of the Siskiyous. Get Golf Ready (XFW 0434/#5224) will be held August 2–30 and will meet from 3:30… Read more »Share on Facebook
This summer, COS is offering a number of late-starting summer session classes that meet associate degree or transfer requirements. Taking a summer class is a great way to jump start your education! The 2016/2017 ‘REG365’ class schedule is available for viewing online at www.siskiyous.edu/schedules/. Classes scheduled for 2016 summer session and fall semester, as well… Read more »Share on Facebook
In 2014 and 2015 approximately 100 students came to COS from Siskiyou County High Schools; roughly half of those students attend College of the Siskiyous free as they receive the Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) and/or also receive Pell Grants and other awards. In November 2015, the College of the Siskiyous administration proposed the… Read more »Share on Facebook
Students interested in learning about human cultures and the many remarkable ways in which humans adapt to their environment are encouraged to register for Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 1010/#7129/3 units). This class will begin Monday, June 6 and will be taught as an Internet course. Rita Browne is the instructor.
The course is designed to… Read more »