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Chemeketa Community College

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About Chemeketa Community College

Chemeketa is governed by our Board of Education comprised of seven officials elected from geographic districts in our region. They hire and direct the district president on matters of college policy.

President Huckestein is sustaining Chemeketa's commitment to our vision, mission and promises, including transforming lives and communities through exceptional learning experiences. Sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter to stay up-to-date on Chemeketa.

Thousands of students enroll each year to acquire the skills that contribute to the economic vitality of the Mid-Willamette Valley. And programs like the Center for Business & Industry help local enterprises find immediate and long term solutions.

We take our promises to the community very seriously, and invite you to attend an art, science or athletic event to see for yourself all that Chemeketa offers.

And we invite you to consider how you might help the Chemeketa Foundation provide financial support for students who need scholarships and assistance to reach their full potential.

Campus information

  • Yamhill Valley Campus : Chemeketa has served the Yamhill Valley since 1974 and moved to our current location September 2011. We are a full service campus providing access to programs and services necessary to accomplish your educational goals.
  • Chemeketa Brooks: Chemeketa Brooks is home to special facilities serving the training needs of regional public safety professionals and students in emergency services, fire protection and criminal justice. Plan to hold your next Conference, Workshop, Seminar or Business Meeting at the Regional Training Center. Conveniently located in the Mid-Willamette Valley, easy freeway access (exit 263 off of I-5), with ample on site parking. Our facility has hosted agencies such as: Rotary, Oregon Fire Equipment Apparatus Mechanics Association, Oregon Department of Forestry, Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Training, Medical Vendor Show, Upper Level Management and Leadership Training, and the Military. For your event we can provide the following services: audio visual equipment and support, wireless internet, plenty of tables and chairs, full service catering and beverage services. 
  • Center for Business and Industry(Salem) : CCBI houses several programs to support small business. Our Small Business Development Center provides the tools and environment to help business owners make great decisions. Discover how you can profit from our resource library, workshops and expert advisors.
  • Chemeketa Dallas : Right where you are for where you are going, Chemeketa Dallas Center offers a small supportive setting where you can further your education in Polk County.
  • Chemeketa Eola : Our beautiful location in the Eola Hills of Polk County just west of Salem is the flagship of our program and the heart of our collaboration with the Oregon wine industry. We call the property Chemeketa Eola, and it is the place where Oregon's wine industry pioneers financially backed the birth of what is now the Northwest Wine Studies Center over 15 years ago. Their support continues today and our students benefit from their generosity, knowledge and professional connections.
  • Chemeketa Woodburn : Chemeketa Woodburn Center is located in downtown Woodburn. The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 7 pm, except for legal holidays.
  • Salem : Salem is the capital of the U.S. state of Oregon, and the county seat of Marion County. It is located in the center of the Willamette Valley alongside the Willamette River, which runs north through the city. The river forms the boundary between Marion and Polk counties, and the city neighborhood of West Salem is in Polk County. Salem was founded in 1842, became the capital of the Oregon Territory in 1851, and was incorporated in 1857.
  • Yamhill Valley : The Yamhill River is an 11-mile (18 km) tributary of the Willamette River, in the U.S. state of Oregon. Formed by the confluence of the South Yamhill River and the North Yamhill River about 3 miles (5 km) east of McMinnville, it drains part of the Northern Oregon Coast Range. The river meanders east past Dayton to join the Willamette River at its river mile (RM) 55 or river kilometer (RK) 89, south of Newberg.
  • Brooks : Brooks is an unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon, United States. For statistical purposes, the United States Census Bureau has defined Brooks as a census-designated place
  • Dallas : The city of Dallas is the county seat of Polk County, Oregon, United States. The population was 14,583 at the 2010 census. Dallas is along Rickreall Creek, about 15 miles west of Salem, at an elevation of 325 feet above sea level.
  • Eola Hills : The Eola Hills are a range of hills northwest of Salem, Oregon, United States. They stretch from the community of Eola about 10 miles (16 km) north to Yamhill County. They are divided from the Salem Hills by the Willamette River at Eola.
  • Woodburn: Woodburn is a city in Marion County, Oregon, United States. Incorporated in 1889, the community had been platted in 1871 after the arrival of the railroad


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 2 Automotive Technology 1 Business, Management 2 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Health and Medicine 1 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1


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