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The second season of Chemeketa's Acclaimed Artist Series continues as British vocal ensemble group Voces8 comes to the Salem Campus Auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 7:30 pm
There are events throughout the week to promote mental health, counseling and breaking stigmas
The second season of Chemeketa’s Acclaimed Artist Series begins later this month, when the dynamic sounds of Tuvan quartet Huun Huur Tu comes to the Salem Campus Auditorium at 7:30 pm on Monday, Sept. 30.
Get ready for fall term by taking part in iSTART during the summer.
Come celebrate the creation of a hub for agriculture education in the Mid-Willamette Valley as Chemeketa holds a groundbreaking for the new agricultural complex on the Salem Campus.
The Chemeketa Small Business Development Center and LAUNCH Mid-Valley have partnered with OTBC, a startup incubator in Beaverton, to offer OTBC's Virtual Incubation Program (VIP) to startups in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties.
At a special Chemeketa Board of Education meeting held March 11 the board announced that they have asked Dr. Jessica Howard to assume the role of President/CEO of Chemeketa Community College.
The Chemeketa Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution during their regular meeting Feb. 27 calling on the Oregon Legislature to fund Oregon’s 17 community colleges at a level of $787 million in the 2019-2021 biennium.