All classes at Chemeketa will be online for at least the first two weeks of spring term.
Chemeketa held a flag-raising ceremony for Oregon’s nine recognized tribes on March 6. Eight of nine recognized tribes in Oregon (Warm Springs, Umatilla, Burns, Siletz, Cow Creek, Grand Ronde, Coos, Klamath and Coquille) had their flags raised.
Chemeketa’s Summit dual credit program offers high school students a chance to earn high school and college credit by taking college classes.
In the case of “unforeseen” monetary issues, such as needing money to cover a lapse in rent or food, students in good academic standing are able to request funds from the College Access program, said Yesica Navarro, a coordinator for the program.
In an all-student email sent out Friday afternoon, President Jessica Howard announced that there will be no face-to-face finals next week and spring term will be postponed by one week in attempts to deter the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus.
Artists Nancy Grace Horton, Owen Premore and Dawn Hudgens were invited to the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery to present their work investigating what it means to be human.
Chemeketa’s conversation tables in Bldg. 2 are a weekly opportunity for students to practice foreign languages and enrich their understanding of other cultures.
Communications instructor Paul Evans juggles being an instructor and a politician as the Democratic House Representative gears up to campaign for reelection, which would bring his fourth consecutive term in office as the representative for Oregon House District 20.
Chemeketa students reveal if COVID-19 has affected their spring break plans.
Led by Coach Elisabeth Saxe, women’s distance track has returned to Chemeketa this spring for the first time since the 2002–03 season.