Fall term registration is now open to all current and new students. The fall class schedule is available online or search and register for classes in My Chemeketa. Classes begin Monday, September 29.
If you’re a new student, follow these steps before registering –
Other important things –
- Textbooks are available at Chemeketa’s bookstore starting August 18
- 2014-15 parking permits are available and are required starting September 29. Permits are available at My Chemeketa and the Public Safety window (Bldg. 2, Salem campus)
- Review the financial aid deadlines for 2014-15
For more information or help getting started, call 503.399.5000.
Chemeketa will switch to summer hours starting Friday, July 4. The college will be open to the public 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Thursday; most college services will be closed Fridays, weekends and holidays.
Summer hours will not affect the following locations or programs –
- Brooks Training Center
- Criminal Justice Instruction Program (Brooks)
- Emergency Services Instruction Programs (Brooks)
- Building 48 including MaPS Credit Union and Blue Moon Cafe
- Chemeketa Center for Business and Industry
- Chemeketa Online technical support
- Corrections Education
- Eola/Northwest Wine Studies Center
- International Student Programs
- Motorcycle classes
- OIT Dental Clinic (through August 1)
- SOAR Program
- TRiO Upward Bound Summer Academy
- Workforce Partners at Woodburn Center
The college will resume regular 8 am to 5 pm weekday office hours Tuesday, September 2.
Chemeketa’s 57th annual graduation ceremony will be held at 6 pm, Tuesday, June 17 at the Oregon State Fairgrounds Pavilion (2330 17th Street NE, Salem). Free parking is available in the lot off Sunnyview Road near 17th Street NE. Tickets are required.
Nearly 800 students of post-secondary degree and certificate programs, Winema High School and high school equivalency and general equivalency programs will be awarded diplomas.
More information on the 2014 graduation can be found here or by calling 503.399.6588.
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and ACT tests scheduled to take place at Chemeketa Community College this Saturday, Feb. 8, have been cancelled due to expected severe weather in the Salem Area.
Now is the time to submit your application for Chemeketa scholarships. To complete your scholarship application login to My Chemeketa. Application deadline is March 31.
Types of scholarships available-
- Degree- or program-specific
- Community service and school involvement
More than $400,000 in scholarship dollars will be awarded to students for the 2014-15 school year. More information is available at go.chemeketa.edu/foundation or by calling 503.365.4747.
It’s a new year and you’re on your way to enrolling as a college student. Not sure where to start? Now is the time to begin Chemeketa’s admission process if you plan to attend fall 2014.
Here’s how to get started:
- Check your My Chemeketa account and submit any additional requirements for financial aid
- Register for classes in My Chemeketa
- Accept your financial aid award letter
- Attend new student preview day
- Classes begin late September
Additional enrollment details are available online for transfer and international students.
For more information about admissions call 503.399.5006 or e-mail email@example.com.
Chemeketa students can explore the offerings of more than 20 public and private universities during the annual Oregon Transfer Days events at both the Salem and Yamhill Valley campuses.
Started in 2007 to assist community college students in transferring to four-year schools, Oregon Transfer Days brings admissions and recruitment professionals from all seven of Oregon’s public universities along with private and out-of-state universities to all 17 of the state’s community colleges.
In addition, information on the Ford Family Foundation Scholarship program will be available.
The tour of colleges is organized by a task force from the Oregon Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (ORACRAO).
Event dates and times are as follows-
- Salem Campus: 10 am – 1 pm Tuesday, January 21, Student Center (Building 2)
- Yamhill Valley Campus: 10 am – 1 pm Wednesday, January 22, Building 1.
For more information on Oregon Transfer Days, visit the event’s page on ORACRAO’s website at http://oracrao.org/oregon-transfer-days.
Students working on getting money for college can get free help navigating federal student aid and scholarship paperwork at College Goal Oregon, to be held 9 am to 2 pm, Saturday, January 11, 2014 at Chemeketa Community College.
Experts will be available to help students and their families fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and scholarship applications at both the Salem (Bldg. 6) and Yamhill Valley (Bldg. 1) campuses.
All are invited, whether you are a high school student or are returning to college. High school students are encouraged to have a parent come along, if possible. You do not have to be planning to enroll at Chemeketa to get help.
All the following documents should be brought to help fill out the forms:
- Federal tax return. If you haven’t filed taxes yet, you can estimate.
- Current value of assets (cash, checking, savings, investments, etc.)
- Social Security numbers of student and parents (if any)
- Driver’s license (if any)
- Alien registration card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
Find more information on College Goal Oregon at www.collegegoaloregon.org.
The popular Chemeketa course CIS 101, Introduction to Microcomputer Applications, is one of the many courses at the college available to be challenged for credit through a paid examination. CIS 101 is either a requirement or prerequisite for over 20 Chemeketa programs.
If you want to challenge CIS 101 for credit, you only receive one attempt to take the exam to challenge the course. To successfully pass, you should have the knowledge to do the following-
- Identify basic microcomputer hardware terminology associated with input, output, processing and storage
- Identify and use basic microcomputer software and information processing vocabulary
- Use Windows Explorer for basic file and directory/folder management
- Describe word processing concepts to create, edit and save a document
- Identify spreadsheet concepts and follow instructions to create, edit and save a worksheet
- Identify database concepts, follow instructions to create, edit and save a basic database
- Identify presentation concepts to create, save and run a presentation
- Distinguish the appropriate applications for a given task
- Define the ethical implications and role of technology in business and in society
- Utilize the Internet for communication and information access
To challenge the course, you must complete a Challenge Exam application from the Testing Services office in Building 2, Room 101 on the Salem campus. Once the form is completed, turn it in to Testing Services, pay a $45 exam fee and schedule a time to take the exam.
If you pass the exam with a suitable grade, you can receive credit for CIS 101 by registering for the class with a provided CRN and paying the tuition and fees.
For additional information on challenging courses for credit, please consult this document from Testing Services.
Chemeketa is offering new student advising sessions for students planning to start winter term.
Advising is a valuable first step for students to attain their college goals. Advising is required before new students can register for winter term classes.
Register for a new student advising session here.