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Landscapes show in the art gallery Oct. 31-Nov. 30

Different Viewpoints features five different artists

Five Oregon artists will be showcasing their own individual approach to the landscape in the latest show at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery.

Chemeketa awarded $3 million in grants

Funding to support services for student parents, student retention, advising and completion

Chemeketa Community College has received two new and significant U.S. Department of Education grants totaling over $3 million in support of students.

College and Career Fair Oct. 29

From 6 to 8 pm on Monday, October 29, Chemeketa Community College will host the district’s annual college and career fair.

Storm Athletic Complex opened

Soccer and Softball get home field advantage

The new facilities give Storm soccer and softball teams fields of their own at Salem campus

Marion County awards Chemeketa $100,000 grant

The Marion County board of commissioners have awarded a $100,000 grant to Chemeketa Community College to support its new Diesel Mechanics Program.

President Huckestein to retire

Chemeketa Community College President Julie Huckestein has announced her retirement effective June 30, 2019.

The Class of 2018 moves on

Commencement 2018

Joyce Park, Chemeketa's senior retiring faculty member (nursing) led the procession Friday, June 15 at the Oregon State pavilion.

Essay Winners Awarded

Authors of Hold Fast to Dreams Honor Student Writers

More than 130 essays were received and reviewed and Paramedic student Tyson James was awarded first place for his essay.