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TRiO and Chemeketa Completion Program (CCP)

TRiO and CCP support the success of Chemeketa students pursuing a degree or certificate. The programs serve 400 students per year, providing access to resources designed to help students earn an Associate's Degree at Chemeketa and prepare to transfer if their goals include pursuing a Bachelor's degree. Read More . . . 

thanks to the following area business partners
who have been in support of our special events:

Dutch Bros: 4612 Portland Rd. -- Salem, OR 97305

Casa Rojas: 1391 Broadway Street NE -- Salem, OR 97301

Chipotle: 3883 Commercial Street SE -- Salem, OR 97302

Chemeketa Bookstore: 4000 Lancaster Drive NE -- Salem, OR 97305

Flex Fitness: 5115 Commercial Street S -- Salem, OR 97306

Guamanian Grill: facebook/guamaniangrill/

Straight From New York Pizza: 233 Liberty Street SE -- Salem, OR 97302

Umpqua Bank: 2710 Commercial Street SE -- Salem, OR 97302

Special thanks to Flex Fitness & Umpqua Bank
 for giving above and beyond!

Homework Help is Here!!!

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It doesn't matter if you are a new student or an adult returning to the classroom after 20 years. The Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to anyone, completely free of charge. Don't give up when you are struggling with your courses. Check out Khan Academy online.

Communicating with Instructors


Communicating with your instructors is fundamental to your success in college. Find out the best ways to connect with your instructors by reading this article from the University of Tennessee's Center for Advisement and Student Success. Submitted by student leader, Kelly Robertson.

Friends, School, Sleep. Pick Two.

You've made the financial investment in your education. Now you need to make the time. To be successful in school, you'll have to give up something. Here's an article from that helps you review your choices. Contributed by Lisa Wilson.

Choose Your Major Wisely!

 Have you thought about the job prospects connected to the major you are considering? If not, you might want to do your research to avoid an unpleasant surprise when you complete your degree!