The College of the Siskiyous Foundation invites the community to attend its annual Scholarship Fund Raising Dinner on Saturday, September 9, beginning at 5:30 pm, at Sons of Italy Hall in Weed. For the past 32 years, the annual Scholarship Dinner has successfully raised funds for Siskiyou County students, and has provided thousands of dollars… Read more »Share on Facebook
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The College of the Siskiyous (COS) and COS Foundation are offering 2017 Siskiyou County and Modoc County high school graduates the opportunity to attend College of the Siskiyous tuition free in 2017/2018. The Siskiyou Promise Scholarship will provide free tuition and fees for residents who are spring 2017 graduates of any Siskiyou County or Modoc… Read more »Share on Facebook
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
The College of the Siskiyous Basketball Camp started on Monday of this week, and will finish up on Thursday afternoon.
Over 40 campers are getting the opportunity to learn basketball from the COS men’s coaching staff, as well as current and former members of the Eagles men’s and women’s basketball teams.
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Hannah Thompson, who played basketball for the GVC Champion and state runner-up College of the Siskiyous Eagles last season, has signed with the Division-1 Cal State Fullerton Titans.
Thompson averaged 24.5 points per game in 2016-17 for the Eagles, second highest among community college players in the state. She was 8th in the state in 3-point… Read more »
The California Community College Sports Information Association named Fullerton College football’s Jordan Hoy and College of the Siskiyous women’s basketball player Melissa Dailey its 2016-2017 Athletes of the Year. The awards, voted on by members of the CCCSIA Executive Board, are in their seventh year of existence recognizing a top student-athlete from each gender…. Read more »
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 »
All golfers (and non-golfers) are invited to support COS Athletics by registering to play in the 2017 Swing into Action Golf Tournament at the Lake Shastina Golf Resort on Saturday, June 17. Funds raised by the tournament will be used to support COS Athletics.
The day of the tournament will begin with registration/check-in and a continental… Read more »
Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Players of the Week are All-Golden Valley Conference 2nd team selections Josh Lincoln, Devin Bell and Beau Dorman.
“All three led our team on and off the field the entire season. Lincoln led the team in doubles and walks, and played great defense. Bell led the… Read more »
The College of the Siskiyous Eagles softball team placed six athletes on the All-Golden Valley Conference team. In addition, Kaly Alik was selected for the All-Northern California Team. John Cox is GVC Coach of the Year.
Kaly Alik, infield (SS)
Hannah Newman, infield (3B)
Ashley Cain, infield (1B)
Kendall Moser, pitcher
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Coach John Cox’s choices for the Subway COS Eagles Softball Players of the Week are Grace Lenthe and Ashley Cain.
Lenthe was 6/7 with seven RBIs and a run scored, in a doubleheader against Redwoods.
In the same two games, Cain went 7/7 with five RBIs and four runs scored.
Congratulations Grace and Ashley. Coach has your certificates… Read more »
Coach John Cox’s choice for the Subway COS Eagles Softball Player of the Week is Kendall Moser.
Moser went 2-1 last week in the circle, including 4-hit shutouts against Shasta and Feather River.
Congratulations Kendall. Coach has your certificate for Subway.
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Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Rylie Velez.
“Velez had a solid weekend with the bat and catching behind the plate. He has worked hard all season and it is starting to pay off,” said Thielman. “Rylie picked up a 2-run double in game-three of our series… Read more »
The College of the Siskiyous gave up a 1-0 lead in the first game of their doubleheader with Feather River College on Saturday, falling 3-2. However, the Eagles bounced back in a big way in game-two, winning 7-0.
The split leaves COS a game behind FRC, but also keeps alive a chance at a Golden Valley… Read more »
Coach Nick Thielman’s pick for the Subway COS Eagles Baseball Player of the Week is Akoni Hamilton-Golis.
“Akoni threw 14 innings last week, and picked up a win against Butte College,” said Thielman. “He surrendered only one earned run the entire week, striking out seven batters and only walking two.”
Congratulations Akoni. Coach has your certificate for… Read more »