A list a resources to help with your financial support
Campus Financial Resources
Chemeketa Emergency Funds
Lists eligibility requirements and includes application for emergency financial assistance through Chemeketa's Student Relief Fund.
Chemeketa Financial Aid
Learn about recommended deadlines, receive step-by-step instructions, and find answers to the most common questions.
Chemeketa Resources Navigator
The Resources Navigator can help you with transportation. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you qualify.
Chemeketa STEP Program
Provides tuition & fee assistance for students receiving SNAP (but not TANF).
Chemeketa scholarships are open to all students and you don't need a social security number to apply. Applications usually open between February and April and scholaships are awarded for the next academic year.
Community Financial Resources
Learn how all the basics of paying your taxes like what tax rates are, what exemptions your qualify for, how to file your taxes, and more.
Oregon Tribal Grant
The Oregon Tribal Student Grant program was established to provide grants to eligible Oregon tribal students to offset the cost of attendance for attending eligible Oregon colleges and universities.
Oregon PUC Telephone Assistance Program (Marion, Polk, Yamhill counties)
Program for free or low-cost telephone and Internet services
Learn about IDAs (Marion, Polk, Yamhill counties)
An Individual Development Account is a savings account that provides matching funds for education. Learn more about IDAs at the website.
YCAP (Yamhill County)
To advocate for people in need by providing access to resources and tools to strengthen communities in Yamhill County. We assist the residents of Yamhill County, diligently focusing on four primary service categories: Housing Stabilization, Energy Services, the regional Food Bank, and Youth Services.
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