College of the Siskiyous
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COS Academic Success Center Has Much To Offer!
The College of the Siskiyous Academic Success Center (ASC) provides many learning support services to help currently enrolled students develop intellectual and academic confidence while at College of the Siskiyous.

COS: Nearly 60 Years of Educational Opportunity in Siskiyou County
By 1957, following a special election, College of the Siskiyous was founded to serve the communities and students of Siskiyou County. Shortly after, a permanent campus was established in Weed, California and the first classes were offered in the fall of 1959. Today, COS is part of the California Community College System of 72 districts statewide.

A Pocket Full of Poetry – Poetry Night Promises Inspiration
Did you know that April 26 is "Poem in Your Pocket Day?" The day - which encourages us to share a poem from one's pocket – is part of National Poetry Month. That evening, COS students and faculty will dig into their pockets for original and favorite poetic works to read at the annual "Poetry Night."

COS Senior Theatre performs "We're Not Quite Dead Yet!"
Also showing in April, the Siskiyou Senior Players will return for their 12th annual spring variety show "We're Not Quite Dead Yet!" directed by DeLeon Grabowski with material written by the Siskiyou Senior Players. Join Freddie, Scarlett, Martha Sue, Morton, Ruby, Bubbles, and the rest of the gang as they come alive and take a rollicking romp through a day in Siskiyou County.

California Community Colleges and University of California Sign Agreement to Boost Transfers, Increase Academic Preparation
The California Community Colleges and the University of California today announced they have signed a joint agreement aimed at increasing the number of academically prepared community college students who transfer to UC and earn a bachelor's degree.


Baseball vs. Feather River (last home game of the season)
Wednesday, April 25 beginning at 2:00 pm. Weed Campus Baseball Field. Go Eagles!

A Pocket Full of Poetry – Poetry Night Promises Inspiration
Thursday, April 26 beginning at 5:30 pm in the Weed Campus Library. Free community event.

Senior Theater Presents "We're Not Quite Dead Yet!"
Friday and Saturday evenings, April 27 and 28 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, April 29 at 2:00 pm in the Weed Campus Black Box Theater. Limited seating available. Purchase tickets at the door.

Open Registration for 2018/2019 Classes to Begin May 1st. Schedule of Classes Now Available for Viewing Online
The schedule of classes for 2018/2019 summer session, fall semester, winter intersession and spring semester classes is now available for viewing online. Summer Session will begin June 4.

  • Priority Registration – Level 1 (Foster Youth, Veterans, EOPS, DSPS and CalWorks students in good standing): Begins Monday, April 23
  • Priority Registration – Level 2 (Continuing Matriculating students in good standing): Begins Friday, April 27
  • Open Registration (Reg365) for 2018/2019: Begins Tuesday, May 1
  • K-12 Special Admits: May register starting May 8
View Online Schedule...

Are You Ready to Graduate?
All COS students who plan to graduate in May 2018 must submit a completed "Petition to Graduate." The form and more information is available on the Graduation page or in the Counseling Services Office.

Tired of the Commute
On-campus housing applications for 2018/2019 now available..

Apply Now for 2018/2019 Financial Aid!
Complete your 2018/2019 FAFSA now. Need more information, contact the COS Financial Aid Office at (530) 938-5500.