1 CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE SUMMER CLASS SCHEDULE How to register... page 5 Class listings... page 18 For class descriptions, go to chemeketa.edu
2 2 Table of contents Contents Spring term calendar...3 Area contact information...3 Steps to Register...5 Enrollment information...6 Testing...6 Tuition and payment information...7 Payment methods and options...7 Financial aid information...8 Tuition Waiver for Final exam schedule for fall, winter and spring terms...14 Summer term final exam...14 Location Codes...17 Terms you may need to know...17 Understanding class list information...18 Credit and non-credit classes...18 Adult Basic Ed (non-cr)...18 Agriculture (non-cr)...18 Allied Health...18 Art...18 Chemistry...18 American Sign Language...20 Anthropology...21 Automotive Technology...21 Bus Adm, Sm Bus Mgt (non-cr)...21 Business Administration...22 Biology...23 Business Technology...25 Computer Applications...26 Computer Applications (non-cr)...29 Computer-Aided Manufacturing...29 Community Education (non-cr)...29 Community Ed GED Prep...33 Counseling and Guidance...33 Chemistry...33 Computer Information Science...34 Criminal Justice...35 Chicano/Latino Studies...37 Speech/Oral Communication...37 Computer Science...38 Computer Science (non-cr)...38 Dental Assisting...38 Drafting Technology...38 Boats/Cycles/Driving (non-cr)...39 Economics...39 Early Childhood Education...40 Education...40 Engineering...40 English Language Learner (non-cr).40 Electronics Technologies...41 Emergency Med Tech (non-cr)...41 Emergency Medical Technology...41 English...41 English as a Non-Native Langua...42 Entrepreneurship...42 Emergency Services...43 Emergency Services (non-cr)...43 English/Second Lang (non-cr)...43 Film Arts...43 Film Arts (non-cr)...43 Field Experiences...43 Foreign Languages (non-cr)...43 Filmmaking...44 French...44 Fire Protection Technology...44 First Year Experience...44 General Engineering...44 General Ed Developmnt (non-cr)...44 Geography...44 Geology...45 General Science...45 Human Development (non-cr)...46 Human Development & Family Studies...46 Health Education...46 Hemodialysis Technology...46 Health Management...46 Horticulture...47 Health and Physical Education...47 Human Services...47 History...48 Hospitality and Tourism Management...49 Journalism...49 Japanese...49 Medical Office Assisting...50 Microelectronics/Industrial...50 Mathematics...50 Music Performance...53 Music...53 Music (non-cr)...54 Network Technology...54 Nutrition/Food Management...54 Nursing...54 Nursing (non-cr)...54 Physical Education...54 Physical Education (non-cr)...59 Physics...59 Philosophy...59 Pharmacy Tech/Pharmacology...60 Political Science...60 Psychology...60 Reading...61 Real Estate (non-cr)...61 Religion...62 Russian...62 Speech Language Pathology...62 Sociology...62 Spanish...63 Study Skills Program...63 Visual Communications...63 Visual Communications (non-cr)...64 Vineyard Management/ Winemaking...64 Welding...65 Welding (non-cr)...65 Writing...65 Writing (non-cr)...67 Women s Studies...67 Weekend College Spring Campus Map Legend...69 A few things you should know...70 ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS Review the new student steps to register on page 4 If you are a student new to Chemeketa summer term and have declared your intent to seek a certificate or degree, let us help you reach your goal. You are required to attend an advising session and meet with an advisor before registering for summer term Carefully review the steps to register for credit classes on page 4 and follow the process for registering for your advising appointments. Summer term advising sessions are available May 11 June 15. Complete all the required steps as soon as possible so you can get the classes you want when new student registration begins May 19. About the Chemeketa Community College Schedule of Classes Chemeketa publishes this Schedule of Classes to give you our students and public current information about the college. We make every effort to be sure this information is accurate at the time of publication. However, sometimes it is necessary to make some changes after the schedule is printed. We may have to change or cancel a class, or the Chemeketa Board of Education may alter stated policy. Therefore, we do not consider this schedule as a hard and fast contract between you and the college; rather, we are trying to give as much information as possible to those who may use our services. Chemeketa Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution. To request this publication in an alternative format, please call To request this publication in an alternate format, please call Disability Services at (V/TTY) or Postal information for this Schedule of Classes Chemeketa Community College, (USPS ), Vol. 52, No.1, Summer 2015, is published quarterly by Chemeketa Community College, 4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR Postmaster: Send all address changes to Chemeketa Community College, Attn: Marketing and Student Recruitment, PO Box 14007, Salem, OR
3 Important dates and phone numbers 3 All locations except CCBI closed Fridays between July 10 and August 28. Summer term calendar To view registration and drop dates for specific courses, go into My Chemeketa Class Schedule. Click on the CRN link to view the Class Schedule listing. Less than full term classes and accelerated courses have a shorter refund period. Review deadlines for specific courses on My Chemeketa. Area contact information Admissions Advising and Counseling Bookstore Business Services, Cashier Career Center College Life Cooperative Work Experience Community Education Copy Center Disability Services Voice and TTY Access Distance Education Financial Aid Food Services Intensive courses 5 weeks Jun 22 Jul 25 Graduation Services Human Resources Library Occupational Skills Training Placement Testing Public Safety Registrar Student Computer Center go.chemeketa.edu/computerlab Student Newspaper Testing Services Transcript Evaluation Veterans Services Writing Center Standard 8 weeks Jun 22 Aug 15 Specific programs 10 weeks Jun 22 Aug 29 New and non-credit student registration begins Tuesday, May 19 Students should go to Check Your Registration Status often in My Chemeketa for the date and time they can register for classes. Day, evening and online classes begin Monday, June 22 Monday, June 22 Monday, June 22 Saturday classes begin Saturday, June 27 Saturday, June 27 Saturday, June 27 First late fee $25 or ten days after Monday, June 22 registration, whichever is later. Final wait list notifications Sunday, June 21 at midnight Wait listing ends for all classes Monday, June 22 at midnight Last day to register without an instructor s signature For classes with active wait lists when wait listing ends, instructor approval is required before 8 am Tuesday of the first week of the term. For online classes instructor approval is required before 8 am on Thursday of the first week of the term. For all other open classes instructor approval is required before 8 am the morning of the second class. Monday, July 6 Last day to drop with refund or to remove charges (see Refund Policy, pg. 8) Audit requests due Monday, July 20 Applications for fall term graduation Monday, July 20 Pass/No Pass requests due Monday, July 20 Second late fee $25 Monday, July 27 Last day to withdraw from classes without Monday, July 13 Monday, Aug. 3 Monday, Aug. 3 responsibility for grades Holiday Friday, July 3 Third late fee $25 Monday, Aug. 10 Final examinations Final exams given during last class period Last day of summer term Saturday, July 25 Saturday, Aug. 15 Saturday, Aug. 29 Fall term registration see My Chemeketa Fall term begins Monday, September 28 Learning Centers Chemeketa Language Center Study Skills Center Tutoring Center Chemeketa Locations Salem Campus Center for Business & Industry High Street NE Dallas Center SE Holman Avenue Yamhill Valley Campus NE Norton Lane Woodburn Center E. Lincoln St. Eola/Northwest Wine Studies Center Doaks Ferry Rd. NW Brooks Public Safety Center Brooklake Rd. NE, Brooks
4 4 Registration STUDENTS NEW TO CHEMEKETA Steps to register for credit classes 1. Apply for admission Submit a free application at applyonline.chemeketa.edu After submitting your application, you will receive a welcome or letter that includes your My Chemeketa user name and your Student ID number (K#) Students with Disabilities should contact Disability Services, , to request accommodations for any new student steps 2. Apply for financial aid The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available at Chemeketa s school code is Apply for Financial Aid early. Your FAFSA application must have been processed by Jan. 30, 2015 AND your required documentation should have been submitted by April 10, 2015 to avoid delays. Check your Financial Aid status in My Chemeketa. Click on the Services tab, then click on Financial Aid. Complete financial aid requirements as soon as possible. For more information see go.chemeketa.edu/financialaid 3. View the new student orientation Degree or certificate seeking students are required to view the new student orientation before registering for classes Log in to my.chemeketa.edu with your user name and password and click the Services tab. Click Advising button, then click on the New Student Orientation box to begin. Assistance is available. Visit the Advising & Counseling Center in Bldg 2, Rm 115 at Salem campus 4. Take the placement test Degree or certificate seeking students are required to take placement tests before registering for classes Walk-in testing: Salem campus, Bldg 6, Rm 216 Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday, 10 am 5 pm (Must begin test before 3 pm), Tuesday, 10 am 8 pm (Must begin test before 6 pm) Bring your K# and picture ID (no cell phones allowed) Your test scores in reading, writing and math will be available immediately after testing Preparing for the reading, writing and math placement tests may help you save money by taking fewer classes. For sample placement test questions, go to Online & Distance students: go online to or call to find a Compass testing site near you 5. Attend a new student advising session Degree or certificate seeking students are required to attend a new student advising session before registering for classes Appointment is required for an advising session Log in to my.chemeketa.edu, click the Services tab, click the Advising button, click ChemekNET button on right Click on Services in upper left Select Academic Advising-Chemeketa New Student Advising Sessions May 11 June 15. Click Schedule Appointment Sessions start on time. Bring your placement test results, student ID number (K#) and any previous college transcripts. Location: Salem campus, Bldg. 2, Rm For other location information or assistance call View for ChemekNET demo Distance students: go to online.chemeketa.edu and follow steps for new student advising 6. Register for classes New student class registration for summer term begins Tuesday, May 19 at 8 am Log in to my.chemeketa.edu. Click on Registration. Choose Class Search and register for classes. 7. Arrange for payment Pay online in My Chemeketa, in-person, or by mail Payment is due before the first day of the term or within 10 days of class registration (whichever is later) to avoid a $25 late fee For questions, or call If you have questions or need help, call Advising and Counseling Services, Chemeketa Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution. To request this publication in an alternative format, please call For a disability related accommodation, please contact Disability Services at least two weeks prior to this event at (TTY/voice) or
5 Registration 5 Steps to Register Continuing students You are a continuing student if you have ever taken classes at Chemeketa. 1. Prepare to register Go to My Chemeketa, and enter your user name and password. If you do not know this information click the Forget your password? link In My Chemeketa, check your registration status for the day and time you are eligible to register for classes and to check for holds that would prevent you from registering Check for course pre-requisites 2. Register for classes Log in from any computer at my.chemeketa.edu with your user name and password Activate your Chemeketa account. Click on the Gmail icon and follow the instructions Click on registration and register for classes using Class Search Assistance is available in Advising & Counseling Center, Building 2, Room 115 on the Salem Campus 3. Arrange for payment Pay online at my.chemeketa.edu Pay in-person at the Enrollment Center (Building 2, Room 200 on the Salem campus) or any Chemeketa campus Pay by mail: Business Services, PO Box 14007, Salem, OR Payment is due before the first day of the term or within 10 days of class registration (whichever is later) to avoid a $25 late fee For questions, or call New non-credit students You are a non-credit student if you are taking courses for personal enrichment. Non-credit students are restricted from registering for credit classes. 1. Apply for admission Submit an application at applyonline.chemeketa.edu. Select take non-credit classes only for your Reason for Attendance After submitting your application, you will receive a welcome that includes your My Chemeketa user name, password and your student ID number (K#) 2. Register for classes Log in from any computer at my.chemeketa.edu with your user name and password Set up your Chemeketa account. Click on the Gmail icon and follow the set up instructions Click on registration and register for classes using Class Search Assistance is available in Advising & Counseling Center, Building 2, Room 115 on the Salem Campus 4. Arrange for payment Pay online at my.chemeketa.edu Pay in-person at the Enrollment Center (Building 2, Room 200 on the Salem campus) or any Chemeketa campus Pay by mail: Business Services, PO Box 14007, Salem, OR Payment is due before the first day of the term or within 10 days of class registration (whichever is later) to avoid a $25 late fee For questions, or call Web Registration Hours: 8 am midnight, Monday Saturday The system may not be accessible on Sundays and holidays. The first day is the busiest and system response time may be slow. Technical assistance: , Monday Thursday, 7:30 am 5 pm Chemeketa Community College is regionally accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities). Regional accreditation of postsecondary institutions is a voluntary, non-governmental, selfregulatory process of quality assurance and institutional improvement. More information about Chemeketa s accreditation can be found on Chemeketa.edu. NEED TEXTBOOK INFORMATION? GO TO BOOKSTORE.CHEMEKETA.EDU
6 6 Registration Enrollment information Open door policy Chemeketa Community College s open door policy means that you may enroll if you are 18 years of age or older and can benefit from the instruction we offer. If you have questions, contact Enrollment Services for details about limited enrollment and special admission programs, Enrollment of younger students Students younger than 18 who have a high school diploma or GED certificate may enroll using the registration procedures found on pages 4 and 5 of this schedule. Students younger than 18 who do not have a high school diploma or GED certificate should contact High School Partnerships in Building 50 on the Salem campus or call Attendance No-show drop If you cannot attend the first class session (for online this means participation by Wednesday of the first week of term), you must contact your instructor. In light of the college s increasing enrollment, every class seat is in demand. If you do not contact your instructor, you may be dropped. If the college drops you, you will be notified. Note: This may affect your eligibility for tuition assistance if you are a veteran, on financial aid or are sponsored by an agency. Waiting lists If a class is full, Chemeketa uses automatic wait listing for developmental and lower division collegiate courses. You can add yourself to the wait list for a course through My Chemeketa. When a space becomes available in the course you will be notified via your My Chemeketa with instructions for registering. You will have 24 hours to register for the course. Check your My Chemeketa regularly to avoid missing wait list notifications. Enrollment records Chemeketa maintains grade transcripts on a permanent basis. Other student records are kept for a maximum of ten years. These records may include graduation evaluations, transfer credit evaluation forms, and curriculum substitution forms, in addition to evaluation of progress toward graduation and correspondence. Canceled classes Chemeketa reserves the right to cancel any class because of low enrollment. Auditing classes You may register in a class as an auditor if you do not want to receive grades or credits. Tuition and fees will be charged at the same rate as classes taken for a grade or credit. You may get an Audit Request Form from the Enrollment Center in Building 2, Room 200. Complete and return the form to that office by the end of the fourth week of the term Pass/no pass grades If you d like to be graded P/NP and the course qualifies, you must complete the Pass/No Pass Request Form, obtain your instructor s approval by way of his/her signature and submit the request form to the Enrollment Center by the end of the fourth week of the term. You may get a Pass/No Pass Request Form from the Enrollment Center in Building 2, Room 200 or from Advising and Counseling, Building 2. P/NP grades cannot be changed back to a standard letter grade. Testing Make-up tests, mid-terms and finals If you need to take an exam/quiz/mid-term/final in the Testing Center, please call a minimum of three days in advance for an appointment. Placement test schedule Salem Compass Walk-in placement testing. Bldg. 6, Rm. 216 Monday, 10 am 5 pm, (last test begins at 3 pm) Tuesday, 10 am 8 pm, (last test begins at 6 pm) Wednesday, 10 am 5 pm, (last test begins at 3 pm) Thursday, 10 am 5 pm, (last test begins at 3 pm) Results available immediately. Allow about two hours to complete the three tests: reading, writing and math. You will need photo ID and your K number issued by the college. New students receive a free placement test. Each re-test costs $15. Placement tests at community locations Please call the location convenient for you to make an appointment for Compass testing: Dallas Yamhill Valley Woodburn GED Testing Please call the location convenient for you to find out about GED testing fees and schedules. Salem campus Yamhill Valley campus Dallas center Woodburn center Please see page 10 for information about GED classes offered at the above locations. Yamhill Valley Campus or Placement Testing: No appointment necessary for placement testing. If accommodations are required for testing, please contact the YVC Testing Center at least two (2) business days in advance to ensure adequate time to set up the accommodation(s). Summer hours: Monday, 11 am 4 pm Tuesday, 1 6 pm Wednesday 1 6 pm Thursday 9 am 2 pm All exams must be completed by closing.
7 Registration 7 Tuition and payment information Calculating your tuition Chemeketa s cost per credit is $96 (tuition $82 plus Universal Fee $14) for Oregon students and $258 ($244 tuition plus $14 Universal fee) per credit for out-of-state and international students. For example, an in-state student taking 12 credits would pay $1152 per term ($96 x 12=$1152). Visit www. chemeketa.edu/services/tuition.html for a tuition calculator. Payment methods and options Payment Options Cash check credit card payment plan authorized payer agency payer financial aid international student wire transfers. Student responsibilities When you register for a class, you agree to pay for it, and you will be responsible for all charges and any grade you receive, whether or not you attend. You are responsible for full payment of all charges on your account, even if another party is paying. Additional late fees may also apply. Payment methods and options are listed below. To have charges removed, you must drop the class or classes by the deadline to drop with refund. You will not be dropped from your classes for non-payment. If you are under 18 years of age you will be held liable for any charges on your account under ORS By registering for a Chemeketa course you agree that tuition, fees and other applicable charges incurred will be considered an educational loan between you and Chemeketa Community College that is nondischargeable under Section 523(a) (8) of the U.S. Bankruptcy code. You are further agreeing that if you fail to make any payments as prescribed above, your account may be submitted to a collection agency and applicable collections charges may be added to your account balance due. In case legal action is instituted to collect on your account, you are agreeing to pay in addition to the costs and disbursements provided by law, such additional sums as a court of law may determine as reasonable for attorney s fees and court costs. Oregon State law applies to any dispute over payment. Credit card payments We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Pay online at You will need your user name and password. Credit courses Some classes charge fees in addition to tuition. The tuition and fees are detailed in the list of classes. Universal Fee A Universal Fee applies to both credit and non-credit classes. The fee is $14 per credit for credit classes and 30 cents per hour for non-credit classes. International Wire Transfer International students may make payments by international wire transfer in your home currency. Select peertransfer International Student Payment as your payment method in QuikPay (through MyChemeketa) and create a peertransfer account. You will be given directions to submit to your foreign bank to process the wire transfer. Cash payments We accept payments in U.S. funds only. Cash payments may be made at the Enrollment Center, Building 2, Salem campus or your nearest Chemeketa campus or center. Check payments We accept personal checks, traveler s checks, cashier checks and money orders for tuition and fee payments in the amount due only. Checks should be made payable to Chemeketa Community College. We cannot accept two-party, post-dated, or altered checks. A $25 returned check fee is assessed on any returned checks posted as payment on your account (whether written by you or another party). Pay in person at any of our campus locations or mail to Business Services, PO Box 14007, Salem, OR Please include your student ID # (K#) on the check. Authorized payers Designate an authorized payer on your account (such as a parent, grandparent, partner, or employer) through My Chemeketa under Arrange for Payment. Follow the directions provided online and be sure to notify your authorized payer that you have granted them access to view and pay your account. Authorized payers will only be able to view your account transactions. There is no cost for designating an authorized payer. Online Fee $50 fee per online course in addition to tuition and universal fee. Parking permit fee Parking permits are required for vehicles using Chemeketa s Salem campus parking lots from 8 am 10 pm Monday through Friday. Permits are available for sale online through MyChemeketa or at the Public Safety Office, located in Building 2. Agency or company payments If an agency or company is paying your tuition and fees they will need to contact Business Services at prior to your registration. Billings to agencies will include a $15 per term per student billing fee for credit courses ($5 per term per student billing fee for non-credit courses). A higher billing fee may be charged for special handling. You will be responsible for any charges not covered by the agency or company and late fees will apply if payment is not made within the payment deadlines. Financial aid payments Please see financial aid information on page 8. Payment plan options You can enroll online in an automated payment plan by selecting the link available on My Chemeketa.edu in the Student menu. You will be required to pay a portion of your tuition and fees as a down payment with the remaining balance split over additional payment(s). There is a non-refundable plan fee of $20. No late fees will be assessed on your student account if you are enrolled in a payment plan within 10 days of registration or before the first day of the term (whichever is later). Payments will be due on the 5th of each month (see below) and will be automatically deducted from a bank account or charged to a credit card you have designated. An authorized payer may enroll in a payment plan to pay your account. If you are enrolled in a payment plan and make changes to your schedule that affect your account balance (reduce or increase) the revised balance will be split across future payments due. There is no need to set up additional plans.
8 8 Registration Enroll in a plan by Down Payment Amount Remaining Payments Due Dates (5th of each mon.) May 27 1/4 of total charges due 3 June Aug. June 25 1/3 of total charges due 2 July & Aug. July 27 1/2 of total charges due 1 Aug. only Tuition waivers Account balances for most students paying with tuition waivers are updated the day after the student has registered. Payment arrangements for any amounts not covered by a tuition waiver must be made by payment due date to avoid late fees. Refund policy When you register for a class, you agree to pay for it whether or not you attend. If the college cancels a class, you will get a full refund of any payment received. To receive a credit or refund you must drop your class(es) by the deadline to drop with a credit/refund listed on page 3. A refund will be processed if you have no outstanding account balance. Less than full-term classes and accelerated courses have a different refund period and you should consult the on-line information regarding those courses and specific deadlines. Refunds for courses dropped within the deadline for credit/refund are processed beginning the third week of term. Refunds for classes paid with a credit card are credited back to the credit card. Refunds are not issued for amounts under $5. Financial aid information Failure to pay A past due account may result in denial of future college services including registration, transcripts and future credit, as well as impairment of credit history and additional assessment of collection charges and attorney fees. Late payment fees First Late Fee $25 Monday, June 22 or 10 days after registration (whichever is later) Second Late Fee $25 Monday, July 27 Third Late Fee $25 Monday, Aug. 10 Student billings The college sends reminders to your My Chemeketa accounts on a monthly basis to replace paper invoices. You can view your monthly statements online through QuikPay via My Chemeketa. FAFSA Application Deadlines for Summer Term aid: Your FAFSA application must have been processed by Jan. 30 AND all of your required documentation must have been submitted by April 10 to avoid delays in determining your financial aid eligibility. If you have applied and qualify for financial aid you will be ed a financial aid award notification. You will need to: 1. Check your my.chemeketa account regularly. Grant funds are automatically accepted but students need to accept or decline work study and/or loan funds within 30 days of the notification. 2. Register for classes at the enrollment level you were awarded (e.g. full-time, ¾ time, etc.). If your award level does not match your enrollment level for each term, your funds will not pay over to your student account. You will need to complete and return a Change Request Form to have your financial aid adjusted for the term. 3. Financial aid funds will not be disbursed to your student account until July 1. See first refund dates listed on this page. 4. All first time loan borrowers at Chemeketa have a mandatory 30 day delay before the first loan funds will be disbursed to their student account. 5. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have not received your financial aid award notification. You will need to pay your tuition and fees with your own money if: 1. You have not received or accepted your financial aid; or 2. Your financial aid does not cover the costs of your tuition and fees; or 3. Work study is the only financial aid you have been offered ; or 4. You have not completed your financial aid paperwork by the deadline; or 5. You have not maintained Satisfactory Academic Progress which will be reviewed for spring term on June 16. Continuing students If you attended classes at Chemeketa spring term, the Financial Aid Office will review the grades you received for Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements on June 16. If you register for summer term and your financial aid eligibility has been denied, you must pay for classes with your own funds or drop your classes within the refund period. Grants and Loans If you completed the registration process by Tuesday, June 30 and your financial aid exceeds the amount you owe for tuition, fees and other charges you may receive a net refund. Choose direct deposit or your financial aid check will be mailed. Make sure your address is current by contacting the Admissions office or updating it online at My.Chemeketa.edu. First direct deposit processing for the term Wednesday, July 1 Must be enrolled in direct deposit by (you may enroll for direct deposit online at My.Chemeketa.edu) Friday, June 19 First checks mailed for the term Thursday, July 2 Address must be updated by Monday, June 29 Questions? Please call or Perkins and direct loans If you have a Perkins loan, you must complete a promissory note and a disclosure form prior to funds being disbursed to you. If you have a Direct Loan make sure all loan requirements for mandatory entrance counseling. Chemeketa requires this annually. To have funds disbursed, return the promissory note and disclosure form (for Perkins loan) by Thursday, June 18. First time borrowers of Perkins and/or Direct Loans have a mandatory 30 day delay in disbursement for all loan funds.
9 Registration 9 Tuition Waiver for 65+ Eligibility Students must be Oregon residents Students must be 65 years old or older at the beginning of the term in which the course is offered Space must be available in the course as determined by the instructor and the department The course must be a lower-division collegiate course (100 or 200 level course e.g. ART101, SPN111, WR227, etc.). See listing of programs considered Lower Division Collegiate in the catalog on pg The maximum costs to be covered by an approved tuition waiver each term is the cost of 8 credits. All course fees are to be paid by the student within 10 days of registration to avoid late fees. Process Students will apply online for admission to the college at Students will complete a 65+ Tuition Waiver and Audit Request form available online at under the forms menu with both instructor and department signature. The tuition waiver benefit will not apply unless registration is processed through this form. (For online courses instructor consent will be accepted if ed using a valid Chemeketa address) Completed forms will be accepted between Monday of week 2 and Monday of week 5 of the term at the Enrollment Center on the Salem campus, Bldg. 2, Rm. 200, and any other Chemeketa campus or center front office. If forms are submitted electronically they should be ed to Enrollment Services Photo identification may be requested at the time the completed forms are accepted Students should pay the course fees at the time they submit the 65+ Tuition Waiver and Audit Request Form Enrollment Services will process the 65+ Tuition Waiver and Audit Request forms. Business Services will apply the waiver to the student account. Contacts Dallas: Linda Kaufmann, or Zelda Emmert, Evening and Weekend Programs: Amanda Patrick, Online: Bonnie Macey or Kathy Saunders Salem: Nette Abderhalden, Yamhill Valley: Woodburn: Irma Guzman, Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Policy It is the policy of Chemeketa Community College and its Board that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, citizenship status, pregnancy and related conditions, family relationship, veteran s status, disabilities and tobacco usage in any educational programs, activities or employment. Persons having questions about equal opportunity/affirmative action should contact the Affirmative Action Officer at 4000 Lancaster Dr. NE, Salem, Oregon , or call To request this publication in an alternative format, please call Harassment Policy College policy also prohibits harassment on the basis of any of the factors listed above. Harassment is any unwelcome behavior or display, either verbal, physical, or visual in nature, which is unwelcome or offensive to the reasonable person. Questions or complaints may be directed to the Human Resources/Affirmative Action Officer, P.O. Box 14007, Salem, Oregon, or Política de acción afirmativa Es la política del Colegio Comunitario de Chemeketa y su Mesa Directiva que no existirá ninguna discriminación o acosamiento a base de raza, religión, color de piel, sexo, edad, origen nacional, origen étnico, orientación sexual, identidad de género, estado civil, estatus de ciudadanía, embarazo y condiciones relacionadas, estado familiar, estatus de veterano, incapacitación, o uso del tabaco, en ninguna área, actividad u operación del colegio relacionada con programas de educación, actividades o empleo. Preguntas deben ser dirigidas a la oficial de acción afirmativa, 4000 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, Oregon , o al Para solicitar esta publicación en un formato alternativo, favor de llamar al Social Security number disclosure statement The college will use student social security numbers (SSN) for keeping records, complying with federal and state requirements, doing research, reporting, extending credit and collecting debts. You may be required to provide your SSN to the college for compliance with specific federal and state regulations such as applying for financial aid, loans, grant programs and tax reporting requirements. Providing your SSN means that you consent to the use of the number in the manner described. Your SSN will not be given to the general public. You will be issued a Chemeketa student identification (ID) number (K#) to be used as your primary ID. Please note that per OAR , if you choose not to provide your SSN, you will not be denied any rights as a student.
10 10 Registration Need English skills, a GED, or just some preparation work to get you ready for college-level courses? GED Academic Preparation English Language Learning , Building 22, Room 100 The Academic Preparation Program is for English-speaking adults with basic reading and writing skills who want to take classes to prepare for the GED Exam. It is also for students who may have a high school diploma but still need to improve their skills in order to enter college-level courses. Classes are offered both day and evening for Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies and are taught by qualified and experienced instructors. Students preparing for the GED Exam will gain reading, writing, math, and computer skills as well as learning strategies that will prepare them for success in college programs after they pass the GED. Classes are available Monday Friday during the day and Monday Thursday in the evening for 11 weeks each term. Students enrolled in the program will also have access to the program s computer lab and instructional specialists outside of their scheduled class hours. Foundations of Basic Skills The Foundations of Basic Skills classes are for English-speaking adults who need to build their literacy skills. Classes are offered Monday Thursday in reading, writing, and math. Classes meet in the mornings for six hours per week for 11 weeks during Fall, Winter, and Spring Terms. Students enrolled in these classes will also have access to the program s computer lab and instructional specialists outside of their scheduled class hours. After successful completion of the Foundations of Basic Skills classes, students should be ready to move into the Academic Preparation Program. Salem campus information: Prior to attending class, all new students must complete initial assessments in reading, writing, and math. There is an application/assessment fee of $15. Assessments to enter the GED Academic Prep Program take from two to three hours and are taken in Building 22, Room 100, on a walk-in basis, Monday through Friday, days, and Monday through Thursday, evenings. Once students complete the initial assessments, they are given information about the dates and times of ABE/GED Orientation and Class Registration. The Program Fee for attending ABE/GED classes on Salem campus is $70 per term and is payable when you register for classes. Spanish GED: Spanish GED classes are also offered each week. Salem students are required to take an assessment (which cost $15) for Spanish GED classes. The assessment takes about two to three hours and is done on a walk-in basis in Building 22, room 100. For more information about Spanish GED classes and fees at Salem campus, please call ABE/GED classes are also available at the following Chemeketa locations: Dallas Yamhill Valley Woodburn or GED Testing: The Chemeketa Testing Center administers the official GED Test in Building 2. If you need information about GED Testing fees and schedules, please call them at Why not a high school diploma now? If you want a high school diploma, Chemeketa offers several options for reaching that goal. Call or stop by the Winema School in Building 50 at Chemeketa to talk to a high school completion advisor. Schedule an appointment for an assessment of your earned and required credits. You may be surprised to discover that a high school diploma plan can be tailored to fit your goals and current responsibilities. Whether you need a short- or long-term plan for individualized, integrated or lecture courses in the day or evening, we will work with you to provide the opportunities you need to be successful. English for Speakers of Other Languages/Inglés para Hablantes de Otras Lenguas (ESOL) , Building 22, Room 100, Edificio 22, Salón 100 If English is not your native language and you wish to improve your ability to understand, speak, read or write in English, Chemeketa offers non-credit and credit day and evening ESOL classes. ESOL classes are 6 15 hours per week for beginning to advanced levels in reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar, pronunciation, and technology. In addition to classes, ESOL students have access to workshops, advising, and language and computer labs. There is also a $70 per term fee to take English classes. There is an ESOL application/assessment fee of $15. There is also a per term fee to take non-credit classes. You must pay the fee at registration. Students wanting ESOL classes should contact the ESOL program in Salem, or about the program requirements and language assessments. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday... 8 am 8 pm Friday... 8 am 4:30 pm ESOL classes are also available at the following Chemeketa locations: Yamhill Valley Woodburn or Si inglés no es su lengua natal y desea mejorar sus habilidades de comprender, hablar, leer, y escribir, Chemeketa le ofrece cursos de inglés sin crédito por las mañanas y por las tardes. Las clases de ESOL son de 6 a 15 horas semanales para los niveles principiantes y avanzados en lectura, escritura, escuchar, gramática, pronunciación, y tecnología. Además de las clases, los estudiantes del programa de ESOL tienen acceso a talleres, asesoramineto académico y laboratorios de lenguaje y computación. Las clases de inglés sin crédito tienen un costo por trimestre de $70. También hay un costo de $15 para matricularse y tomar los exámenes de ingreso. Al matricularse usted tendra que pagar el costo de las clases. Los estudiantes que desean tomar los cursos de ESOL deberán ponerse en contacto con el programa de ESOL al o para saber cuáles son los requisitos y pruebas de lenguaje del programa. lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves... 8 am 8 pm viernes... 8 am 4:30 pm Clases de ESOL también se ofrecen en los siguientes centros: Yamhill Valley Woodburn or English Now/Ingles Ahora , Bldg. 22, Room 100, Edificio 22, Salón 100 If English is not your native language and you wish to improve your conversation skills about essential basic topics, Chemeketa offers non-credit day and evening English Now classes. There is a per term cost to take English Now classes. Contact the English Now office at the location nearest you Si inglés no es su lengua nativa y desea mejorar su habilidad de conversar sobre temas básicas, Chemeketa le ofrece cursos sin crédito por las mañanas y por las noches de Inglés Ahora. Hay un pago trimestral para tomar clases de Inglés Ahora. Estudiantes que desean tomar cursos de Inglés Ahora deberán ponerse en contacto con la oficina de Inglés Ahora. Clases de Inglés Ahora se ofrecen en los siguientes centros: Salem Woodburn or Yamhill Valley Dallas
11 Registration 11 All locations except CCBI closed Fridays between July 10 and August 28. Salem Bookstore , Building 1, first floor You will find new, used, electronic and rental textbooks, school and art supplies, computers, electronics, software, gifts, clothing, cards and sundries. We sell bus passes for Cherriots and Carts and also have Regal movie tickets. The Bookstore has a Kodak Picture Kiosk with a 17 Digital Print Station to print 4x6, 5x7 & 6x8 prints and Photo CD s. Services include: UPS, U.S. mail, faxing, notary, laminating and dry cleaning. The Bookstore refunds the purchase price of textbooks returned with the receipts and in original condition within two weeks after the beginning of the term in which they are purchased. During finals week, the Bookstore buys textbooks that are needed for the next term for up to 50 percent of the purchase price. Student ID is required for buyback and refunds. Extended hours: Monday Tuesday, June :30 am 7 pm Wednesday Thursday, June :30 am 6 pm Friday, June :30 am 5 pm Regular hours: Monday Friday... 7:30 am 5 pm Holidays & Closures: June 30 Closed for inventory Closed Fridays in July and August Buyback: Monday Thursday, August :30 am 5 pm Yamhill Valley Campus Bookstore Monday Friday, June am 6 pm Monday Friday, June 29 July am 6 pm June Closed for inventory Buyback: Aug am 5 pm Advising & Counseling , Bldg. 2, Rm. 115 Chemeketa provides a wide range of career, academic and personal counseling services, which are available on an appointment basis. Assistance is also available to students needing to access student records, transcripts and registration online, and to students researching scholarship information and career exploration. Please see times for Advising Sessions for new students on page 4. First week of term (Drop-in advising) Monday Tuesday, June 22, am 6 pm First week of term (By appointment) Wednesday, June am 5 pm Thursday, June am 5 pm Friday, Friday, June am 5 pm Remainder of term by appointment Mon. Wed., Fri... 8 am 5 pm Thurs., am 5 pm Information Center Hours Monday Friday... 8 am 5 pm Yamhill Valley Campus Advising Office hours: Monday Thursday... 8 am 6 pm Counseling and Advising: Call or Monday Thursday...By appointment Disability Services: Call or Monday Thursday...By appointment Career Center Career Center , Building 2, Room 115 The Career Center connects you with potential employers: for jobs while you are in school, for jobs when you graduate or complete your program, and for real-world training opportunities. We provide career coaching, job listings for part-time and full-time employment, job search assistance, and one-one-one appointments for resume and cover lettering writing and review. We hold activities, events and career fairs throughout the year to assist you in achieving your career goals and we encourage Chemeketa students and alumni at all stages of their academic and professional careers to take advantage of the Career Center resources. Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) , Building 2, Chemeketa students can earn college credit while gaining experience in their career field. CWE is offered every term. Please make an appointment by calling or stopping by the office. Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Occupational Skills Training (OST) , Building 2, go.chemeketa.edu/occupationskill Students can learn work skills hands-on at a suitable work site. More information is available at our website our you may call, or stop by our office to make an appointment. Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Chemeketa Online , Building 9, Room 106 Disability Services Building 2, Room 174 Chemeketa offers support services for students with documented disabilities. These services include but are not limited to academic accommodations for courses and testing, access to facilities and activities, and academic advising. Services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students include sign language interpreting and adaptive equipment/services. Appointments are necessary for all services. Early contact is advised, as late requests may result in a delay of service. Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm NEED TEXTBOOK INFORMATION? GO TO BOOKSTORE.CHEMEKETA.EDU
12 12 Registration Enrollment Center Building 2, Room 200 The Enrollment Center provides information and services related to registration, payments, address changes, transcripts, and course audit request forms. Extended hours June Monday Thursday... 8 am 6 pm Friday... 8 am 5 pm Regular hours (rest of term) Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Accounts Receivable Window Windows 1 and 2, Bldg. 2, Rm Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Admissions Window , Bldg. 2, Rm. 200, Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Registrar s Window , Bldg. 2, Rm. 200, FAX Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Financial Aid Office , Salem campus, Bldg. 2, Rm. 200 Access financial aid info. at Extended hours June Monday Wednesday... 8 am 6 pm Extended hours June 25 July 2 Monday Friday... 8 am 5 pm Regular hours (rest of term) Monday Thursday...noon 5 pm The Financial Aid Office has information on how you can pay for your college education. Please refer to the Paying for College information at Graduation Services , Window 13, Bldg. 2, Room FAX Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm If you plan to graduate fall term, you must file an application for your degree or certificate by Monday, July 20. Forms and graduation requirement information are available at the Enrollment Center. Veterans Services , Window 7, Bldg. 2, Rm. 200, FAX Information on veterans benefits is available from the veterans specialists. Monday Thursday am 5 pm Transcript Evaluation , Window 13, Bldg. 2, Rm. 200, FAX Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Remember to submit a Request for Evaluation and Transfer of Previous Credit form along with official transcripts needing evaluation. Library , Building 9, second floor library.chemeketa.edu In addition to regular library services, the library offers textbooks and netbooks for student checkout, media collection and viewing area, individual and group study rooms, copy/print center, and public access computers with internet access and common software. Term Hours: Monday Thursday... 8 am 6 pm Friday & Saturday...Closed Sunday... Closed Between Terms: Monday Thursday am 5 pm See library website for exceptions and holidays. Student Computer Center (Located in the Library, Building 9, second floor) go.chemeketa.edu/computerlab Enrolled students (student ID card required) are welcome to use this center. Computers run the Windows operating system and many common software applications used in Chemeketa courses. Some computers have specialized software. Instructional assistants are available to help. Need a job? Federal Work Study tutor jobs may be available. Check with Computer Center staff. Open during library hours. See computer center website for exceptions and holidays. Library & Tutoring Center Yamhill Valley Campus , Building 1, Room 200, McMinnville library.chemeketa.edu The center offers textbooks, netbooks, and ipads for student checkout plus printing and copying facilities. Free one-on-one and small-group peer tutoring is available to all registered students. Drop in to work with a peer tutor or utilize one of our individual or group study rooms. Term Hours: Monday Thursday....8 am 6 pm Friday...Closed Saturday & Sunday...Closed Closed between terms. See library website for exceptions and holidays. Student Computer Lab Yamhill Valley Campus , Building 1, Room 202, McMinnville Enrolled students (student ID required) are welcome to use the lab. Computers run the Windows operating system and software. Students may use the lab for general or course-related work. Need a job? Federal Work Study tutor jobs may be available. Check with Library & Tutoring Center staff. Open during library hours. See library website for exceptions and holidays. Student Center Convenience Store Student Center, first floor Large selection of candy, snacks, and beverages, as well as milk, frozen foods, and hot foods. Monday Friday... 7 am 4 pm
13 Registration 13 Student Identification Cards , Bookstore, Building 1, first floor. Enrolled students are eligible for a photo ID, which is required for some library services, as well as gym and computer lab use. Your first ID card is free. Student ID Yamhill Valley Campus , Building 1, Front office, McMinnville Study Skills Center , Building 2, Room 212 Students can access the Study Skills Center for assistance in developing reading and study strategies to become more effective learners. The Center also provides a quiet area and computers for word processing and Internet access. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday... 8 am 4:30 pm Wednesday... 8 am 7 pm Tutoring Center , Building 2, Room 210, go.chemeketa.edu/tutoring and Studying tab in MyChemeketa One-on-one and small-group peer tutoring is offered free to all registered students in most transfer and professional-technical classes. Drop in to work with a peer tutor in the Tutoring Center on the Salem campus: Monday Thursday... 8 am 5 pm Friday Sunday...Closed Students may also access real-time online etutoring in math, sciences, accounting, and other subjects. Find information about online services and etutoring on the tutoring website. The etutoring CRN for summer term is (CRN 12724). See Tutoring website for information about tutoring at Dallas and Woodburn centers. See Library for information about tutoring services at Yamhill Valley Campus. Writing Center , Building 9 All enrolled students can receive one-on-one assistance from writing instructors on any writing they are doing for any class in which they are enrolled. In addition, computers are available with writing assistance programs and for word processing and Internet access. The Writing Center also offers online writing help. Go to the CWC Web site or call for more info: programs.chemeketa.edu/writingcenter Food Central A six station food court featuring freshly made to order offerings with a large vegan/vegetarian menu. Breakfast off the grill, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, big scrambles, and always a great specialty breakfast Monday Thursday...7:30 10:30 am Lunch, featuring; our full grill, made to order salads, new style healthy wraps and burritos, an ever changing ethnic street food station, and a new fresh Asian noodle station Monday Thursday... 10:30 am 2 pm Marketplace grab and go offerings Monday Thursday... 7:30 am 2 pm Smoothies Monday Thursday... 7 am 2 pm Food Central s Frontline Three stations of what is always popular and needed on a college campus. Espresso Bar Monday Thursday... 7 am 2 pm Pizza By The Slice and Made to Order Sub Sandwich Monday Thursday... 10:30 am 2 pm Blue Moon Building 48. Providing breakfast, and a lunch menu including burgers and gourmet sandwiches, salad bar, soups, assorted beverages and espresso bar. Monday Thursday... 7:30 am 2 pm Building 8 Café. Full service Espresso Bar with pastries, many healthy grab and go offerings and, of course any and all coffee and beverage choices expected Monday Thursday... 7 am 3 pm Your college, your community New friends and helpful staff are waiting for you at The Gathering Place, the Facebook network exclusively for Chemeketa students. Look for your invite in your Chemeketa . Facebook facebook.com/chemeketacommunitycollege Instagram instagram.com/chemeketa Twitter twitter.com/chemeketa YouTube youtube.com/chemeketa
14 14 Registration Final exam schedule for fall, winter and spring terms The final examination schedule shown on this page applies only to day classes. If an in-class final examination is given for a day class, it is administered according to this schedule. If your class begins your exam will be: Fall term 2015 Monday, Dec. 7 Tuesday, Dec. 8 Wednesday, Dec. 9 Thursday, Dec. 10 Winter term 2016 Monday, March 14 Tuesday, March 15 Wednesday, March 16 Thursday, March 17 Spring term 2016 Monday, June 6 Tuesday, June 7 Wednesday, June 8 Thursday, June 9 Monday 7 or 7:30 am 8 9:50 am 8 or 8:30 am 8 9:50 am 9 or 9:30 am 10 11:50 am 10 or 10:30 am 10 11:50 am 11 or 11:30 am noon 1:50 pm noon or 12:30 pm noon 1:50 pm 1 or 1:30 pm 2 3:50 pm 2 or 2:30 pm 2 3:50 pm 3 or 3:30 pm 4 5:50 pm 4 or 4:30 pm 4 5:50 pm Tuesday 7 or 7:30 am 8 9:50 am 8 or 8:30 am 8 9:50 am 9 or 9:30 am 10 11:50 am 10 or 10:30 am 10 11:50 am 11 or 11:30 am noon 1:50 pm noon or 12:30 pm noon 1:50 pm 1 or 1:30 pm 2 3:50 pm 2 or 2:30 pm 2 3:50 pm 3 or 3:30 pm 4 5:50 pm 4 or 4:30 pm 4 5:50 pm All Saturday classes will have final exams on the Saturday at the end of finals week. Evening classes beginning at 5 pm or later will have final exams on the first scheduled class during finals week. Day classes beginning on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday: Final exams will be arranged by the instructor for a time that is agreeable to the students in the class. If you have more than 2 final exams on the same day, you may request one of the exams be rescheduled. You must contact your instructor with the request at least 2 weeks before finals week. If you have a conflict between a 4 5:50 pm final and your evening 5:30 pm class, one of your instructors must allow you to reschedule the final. You must contact your instructor with the request at least 2 weeks before finals week. Online faculty need to state a due date during finals week for final submission of tests and assignments. Summer term final exam Unlike other academic terms, summer term does not have a stand-alone finals week. Classes meet all of the their regularly scheduled times and days during the last week of the term. If an in-class final is given, it is to take place during the last week of classes. Not all classes meet for the same number of weeks. Consult your instructor(s) regarding the last scheduled meeting of any class for which you register.
15 Registration 15 YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE Help Chemeketa become a zero-waste school Please help Chemeketa reach its sustainability goals by properly sorting your trash, compost and recycling. White Paper: any white paper and items printed on white paper (greeting cards, brochures, receipts, etc.) Mixed Paper: envelopes, manila folders, post-its, color paper, and gray board such as frozen food entrée containers Cans and Bottles: empty aluminum cans, plastic and glass bottles Compost: food scraps, pizza boxes and napkins For questions visit go.chemeketa.edu/recycling to learn more.
16 16 Registration Family Educational Rights and Privacy Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the college may release basic, limited information (called directory information ) to anyone who inquires; however, you may request that the college release no information about you by completing a special form, available through the Enrollment Center in Building 2 Room 200 on the Salem campus. In general, FERPA affords Chemeketa students the following rights: the right to obtain a copy of Chemeketa s current student records policy; the right to inspect and review your own educational records; the right to seek to amend your own educational records; the right to have some control over the disclosure of information from your own educational records (by authorizing or denying access in writing); the right to file complaints of alleged failures to comply with the requirements of FERPA (with the U.S. Department of Education). Directory information at Chemeketa includes: Name Credit hour status (time status) Dates and terms of enrollment Degree or certificate earned and dates earned (including GED certificates) Athletic statistics, honors This federal statute also outlines the rights of students and the responsibilities of educational institutions in the maintenance and security of student records. Chemeketa has established policies and practices to safeguard the privacy of both your paper-based and electronic student records in accordance with FERPA. More information is available on the web at: edu/aboutchemeketa/collegelife/studentrights/ferpa.html Look for ChemekNET Located in My Chemeketa RESOURCES It s your student NETwork for Advising appointments Contacting your instructors Campus resources Many other student services
17 Location Codes 17 Location Codes Location Code Address ANY Anytime Fitness, 113 E Ellendale Ave, Dallas BRT Brooks Regional Training Ctr., 4910 Brooklake Rd. NE, Brooks CAM Chemeketa Salem Campus, 4000 Lancaster Dr NE, Salem CBI Center for Business & Industry, 626 High St NE, Salem CEL Columbus Elementary School, 1600 SW Fellows St, McMinnville CEN Central High School, 1530 Monmouth St, Independence CFL Courthouse Fitness - Lancaster, 4132 Devonshire NE, Salem DAC Chemeketa Dallas Center, 1340 SE Holman Ave, Dallas FPS French Prairie Middle School, 1025 N Boones Ferry Road, Woodburn GCS Grant Community School, 725 Market St. NE, Salem GRR Golden Rule Remodeling, 1230 Fairview Ave SE, Salem HHS Henry Hill School, 750 S 5th St, Independence HOU Houck Middle School, 1155 Connecticut SE, Salem JUD Judson Middle School, 4512 Jones Rd SE, Salem KTK Kim s Taekwondo, 635 NE Hwy 99W, McMinnville MAQ McMinnville Aquatic Center, 138 NW Park Drive, McMinnville MCK McKay High School, 2440 Lancaster Dr NE, Salem MOR Morrison School, 111 Ash St, Dallas NOH North Salem High School, th St NE, Salem NRN No Room Needed,, Chemeketa CC NVC Northwest Viticulture Center, 215 Doaks Ferry Rd NW, Salem OSP Oregon State Penitentiary, 2605 State St, Salem PAR Parrish Middle School, 802 Capitol St NE, Salem SIL Silverton High School, 802 Schlador St, Silverton SOH South Salem Senior High School, 1910 Church St SE, Salem SPH Sprague High School, 2373 Kuebler Rd S, Salem SRC Center 50+, 2615 Portland Rd. NE, Salem SST Sanders Studio, 2773 Adell Lane NE, Salem STA Stayton Union High School, 757 W Locust St, Stayton TBA To Be Arranged,, Salem TNC Town and Country Lanes, 3500 River Road N, Keizer TOK Tokyo International University, 1300 Mill St SE, Salem VIA Via Potentia Self Defense Trng, 608 NE Hwy 99W, McMinnville WAL Waldo Middle School, 2805 Lansing Ave NE, Salem WAQ Woodburn Aquatic Center, 190 Oak St, Woodburn WCC Chemeketa Woodburn Campus, 120 E Lincoln St, Woodburn WGC Willow Lake Golf Center, 6000 Windsor Island Rd N, Keizer WHL Whitlock s Sewing and Vac., 455 Court St NE, Salem WHS Woodburn High School, 1785 N Front St, Woodburn WLM Willamette Humane Society, 4246 Turner Rd SE, Salem WSH West Salem High School, 1776 Titan Dr NW, Salem YVC Yamhill Valley Campus, 288 NE Norton Ln., McMinnville Just for me individualized training options Chemeketa offers individualized on-the-job training courses and specialized training to help you meet your career goals. Whether you need skills training in one occupation or are working toward a particular educational goal based on your work experience, we can help you. Occupational Skills Training (OST) Earn credits through hands-on, individualized, on-the-job training with an employer. Certificate of Completion is awarded when you complete at least 24 credits and your job-related curriculum. You may enroll for the program any time during a term once the plan and site are developed. For more information, please contact Mark Noah in the Occupational Skills Training Office at Employment Skills Training (EST) credits of coursework to supplement an individualized goal toward a career opportunity. Certificate of Completion is awarded when you complete your customized curriculum. You can enroll at the beginning of any term of the academic year. For more information, contact Chuck Skirvin in Counseling and Career Services at Terms you may need to know Audit If you choose to audit a credit course, you will not get a grade or earn college credit for the course. Audited courses do not count toward a certificate or degree, but the standard prerequisites, tuition and fees apply. Associate Degree A program of study that culminates in a two-year degree. Bachelor (Baccalaureate) Degree A program of study that culminates in a four-year college degree. Certificate of Completion A program of study that culminates in certification of program completion (as opposed to a college degree). CEU (Continuing Education Unit) A credential earned for taking certain types of courses. CEUs are required by some professions to maintain currency in a field or earn promotions. Continuing Student Anyone who has enrolled at Chemeketa within the past year. Credit Students seeking a certificate or degree usually take classes on a credit basis. When they complete the class successfully, they receive a specified number of college credits that can be applied toward a certificate or degree. Drop Dropping a class removes it from your schedule. Refunds are issued for courses that are dropped before the deadline each term. Consult the term calendar for details or check on-line in the searchable course schedule for shorter term courses. Hybrid Course Face-to-face course with some face-to-face time replaced with equivalent online time and web-based tools. Access to web-based tools required. Interactive Video Two-way video conferencing; instruction from one Chemeketa face-to-face site to another. Lab The portion of a course that involves laboratory work. For example, an art course may have a classroom component (the lecture) and a lab component (studio drawing). Learning Community A set of two or more courses taught during the same term and built around a theme. Lecture The portion of a course that involves classroom instruction. For example, a chemistry course may have a laboratory component (doing experiments) and lecture component. New Student Anyone who has never enrolled at Chemeketa or who has not taken classes within the last year. Non-Credit Courses that do not count toward a certificate or degree. Most non-credit courses are designed for or personal enrichment. No Show/Drop A college process where students who do not attend the first class meeting are dropped by the college in order to make room for other students. Online A course that uses web-based tools where all instruction and interaction between instructor and student is done online. Proctored exams may still be required. Prerequisite A course you must complete before you can enroll in a particular class or program. For example, a prerequisite for Writing 122 is Writing 121. Quarter (or Term) Any of the four periods of the academic year when courses are offered: summer, fall, winter and spring. Academic terms are usually ten or eleven weeks in length. Web Optional Face-to-face course with no additional access to web-based tools required. Web Required Face-to-face course with additional access to web-based tools required.
18 18 Agriculture Art Credit and non-credit classes Understanding class list information Designates type of class: lab, lecture or recitation. If Lec and Lab are listed, student must register for both. If Lec and Rec are listed, student must register for both. If Lec, Lab and Rec are listed, student must register for Lec plus Lab plus Rec. Dark shaded area indicates primary class. Light shaded area indicates linked class. X in front of course number indicates non-credit. Notelines indicate special requirements and/or supplemental information. Web Optional Face-to-face course with no additional access to web-based tools required. Web Required Face-to-face course with additional access to web-based tools required course number Course Reference Number days or days of week class meets CHEMISTRY location credits/number of hours a non-credit class meets tuition and fees CH104 Chemistry for Allied Health 5 credits Salem - Web Required MW 9:30am-10:50am CAM Staff Lec Must reg in Rec & Lab (14464 & 14465) or (14466 & 14467) M 12pm-12:50pm CAM Staff Rec Must also reg in Lec CRN & Lab CRN W 12pm-12:50pm CAM Staff Rec Must also reg in Lec CRN & Lab CRN M 1pm-2:50pm CAM Staff Lab Must also reg in Lec CRN & Rec CRN W 1pm-2:50pm CAM Staff Lab Must also reg in Lec CRN & Rec CRN M 5:30pm-6:45pm CAM Nelson C Rec Must also reg in Lec & Lab M Monday; T Tuesday; W Wednesday; R Thursday; F Friday; S Saturday; U Sunday; TBA To Be Arranged AGRICULTURE (NON-CR) XAGR9801L Private App License Training S 8am-5pm CAM Spink D Lec +155 Jun 27; exam offered; recert hrs avail; Reg by Jun 11 ALLIED HEALTH AH115 Healthcare Career Strategies 2 credits COL Witkowski A Lec ART ART101 Understanding Art 4 credits MW 9:30am-11:50am CAM Herron C Lec Prereq: Placement into WR115; or WR090 with C or better Salem Campus - Hybrid S 9am-12:50pm CAM Beausoleil D Lec Jun 27-Jul 26; Online course work; Internet & computer req d COL Tringali S Lec Prereq: Placement into WR115; or WR090 with C or better Yamhill Valley Campus - Web Optional TR 12:30pm-2:50pm YVC Koot J Lec ART115 Basic Design/Black and White 4 credits TR 1:30pm-2:35pm CAM Herron C Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 2:45pm-5:20pm CAM Herron C Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART116 Basic Design/Color 4 credits TR 9am-10:05am CAM Herron C Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 10:15am-12:50pm CAM Herron C Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART131 Introduction to Drawing 1 4 credits TR 6pm-7:05pm CAM Rawlins G Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 7:15pm-9:50pm CAM Rawlins G Lab Must register for Lecture CRN MW 9am-10:05am CAM Rawlins G Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 10:15am-12:50pm CAM Rawlins G Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART154 Pottery 1: Handbuilding 3 credits MW 10:15am-10:50am CAM Jacobson L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 11am-1:20pm CAM Jacobson L Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART155 Pottery 2: Wheel Throwing 3 credits MW 1:30pm-2:05pm CAM Jacobson L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 2:15pm-4:35pm CAM Jacobson L Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART204 Introduction to Art History 4 credits COL Tringali S Lec Art continued next page
19 Credit and non-credit classes Art Business Administration 19 Art continued ART207 Graphic Design Literacy 4 credits COL Tringali S Lec ART234 Figure Drawing 1 4 credits MW 1:30pm-2:35pm CAM Mays J Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 2:45pm-5:20pm CAM Mays J Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART235 Figure Drawing 2 4 credits MW 1:30pm-2:35pm CAM Mays J Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 2:45pm-5:20pm CAM Mays J Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART247 Glass Fusing & Slumping 1 3 credits MW 9:30am-10:05am CAM Barrett L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 10:15am-12:35pm CAM Barrett L Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART247B Glass Fusing/Slumping - Inter. 3 credits MW 9:30am-10:05am CAM Barrett L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 10:15am-12:35pm CAM Barrett L Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART247C Glass Fusing & Slumping-Adv 3 credits MW 9:30am-10:05am CAM Barrett L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 10:15am-12:35pm CAM Barrett L Lab Must register for Lecture ART253 Ceramic Surface Decoration 3 credits MW 6pm-6:35pm CAM Jacobson L Lec Must register for Lab CRN MW 6:45pm-9:05pm CAM Jacobson L Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART261 Darkroom and Film Photography 4 credits TR 9am-10:05am CAM Giovannini M Lec Must register for lab CRN ART261 Darkroom and Film Photography TR 10:15am-12:50pm CAM Giovannini M Lab +0 Must register for lecture CRN ART265 Photography 1 4 credits TR 8:30am-10:20am CAM C Wytcherley B Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 10:30am-12:50pm CAM C Wytcherley B Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART270 Printmaking:Screen Printing 1 3 credits TR 1:30pm-2:05pm CAM Rawlins G Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 2:15pm-4:35pm CAM Rawlins G Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART274 Printmaking:ScreenPrinting 2 3 credits TR 1:30pm-2:05pm CAM Rawlins G Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 2:15pm-4:35pm CAM Rawlins G Lab Must register for Lecture CRN ART275 Printmaking:ScreenPrinting 3 3 credits TR 1:30pm-2:05pm CAM Rawlins G Lec Must register for Lab CRN TR 2:15pm-4:35pm CAM Rawlins G Lab Must register for Lecture CRN AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASL111 First Year ASL, Term 1 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid MTW 8am-9:35am CAM Reed E Lec Internet access required; online course work weekly ASL113 First Year ASL, Term 3 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid MTW 9:45am-11:20am CAM Reed E Lec Internet access required; online course work weekly ASL213 Second Year ASL, Term 3 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid MTWR 1:30pm-3:20pm CAM DiSiervi R Lec Jun22-Jul25; Intensive course; Online coursework weekly ANTHROPOLOGY ATH101 Human Evolution 4 credits TR 10:30am-12:50pm CAM Smith W Lec COL Gilbert J Lec ATH102 Archaeology 4 credits TR 1:30pm-3:50pm CAM Smith W Lec COL Cummings C Lec ATH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 4 credits MW 8:30am-10:50am CAM Montgomery J Lec COL Gilbert J Lec ATH214 Contemporary Mexican Culture 4 credits COL Smith W Lec BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BA101 Introduction to Business 4 credits TR 8:30am-10:50am CAM Roth H Lec Salem Campus - Hybrid W 10am-12:20pm CAM Johansen B Lec Internet access required S 9am-12:50pm CAM Maass M Lec Jun 27-Jul 26; Online course work; Internet & computer req d Business Administration continued next page
20 20 Business Administration Biology Credit and non-credit classes Art continued COL Newton K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course COL Newton K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course Yamhill Valley Campus - Hybrid W 12:30pm-2:50pm YVC Aebi E Lec Hybrid course; some content online weekly BA104 Business App Using Mathematics 4 credits COL Prange T Lec MS Excel & Word required BA115 Introduction to Accounting 4 credits COL Ottaway C Lec BA202 Pers Effectiveness/Business 3 credits COL Newton K Lec Jun 22-25; 5-week accelerated course BA204 Diversity in the Workplace 3 credits COL Edwards K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course BA206 Business Management Principles 4 credits COL Newton K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course BA211 Financial Accounting 1 4 credits COL Tuss L Lec MS Excel & Word required BA212 Financial Accounting 2 4 credits COL Prange T Lec MS Excel & Word required BA213 Managerial Accounting 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid T 5:30pm-7:50pm CAM Wu J Lec MS Excel & Word required; Some online coursework required COL Wu J Lec MS Excel & Word required Dallas Center - Hybrid M 5:30pm-8:50pm DAC Simpson W Lec Hybrid class; online hours weekly BA214 Business Communications 3 credits Salem Campus - Interactive Video MW 8:30am-10:20am CAM Hammer P Lec Prereq-BT210 or WR121 Dallas Center - Interactive Video MW 8:30am-10:20am DAC Hammer P Lec Prereq is BT210 or WR121 BA218 Personal Finance 4 credits COL Tuss L Lec MS Office required BA224 Human Resource Management 4 credits COL Edwards K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course BA226 Business Law 1 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid T 5:30pm-8:50pm CAM Jones J Lec Internet access required COL Jones J Lec COL Jones J Lec BA256 Income Tax 1 4 credits COL Teixeira D Lec MS Office rqd;also register for BA257 CRN concurrently BA257 Income Tax 2 4 credits COL Teixeira D Lec MS Office rqd;also register for BA256 CRN concurrently BA275 Quantitative Business Methods 4 credits MW 12:30pm-2:50pm CAM Barber W Lec BA277 Business Ethics 3 credits COL Edwards K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course BA285 Organizational Behavior 4 credits COL Edwards K Lec Jun 22-Jul 25; 5-week accelerated course BIOLOGY BI101 General Biology 1 4 credits Salem Campus - Hybrid S 8:30am-9:20am CAM Coleman G Lec Jun 27-Jul 26; Internet & computer req d; Reg in Lab S 9:30am-4:30pm CAM Coleman G Lab Register in Lecture CRN T 12:30pm-4:20pm CAM Toland H Lec Must also reg in Lab CRN R 12:30pm-4:20pm CAM Toland H Lab Must also reg in Lec CRN M 12:30pm-4:20pm CAM Robertson M Lec Must also reg in Lab CRN W 12:30pm-4:20pm CAM Robertson M Lab Must also reg in Lec CRN 15762; Mandatory Fieldtrip TBA S 9am-12:50pm CAM Staff Lec Register in Lab CRN S 1:15pm-5:05pm CAM Staff Lab Register in Lecture CRN BI102 General Biology 2 4 credits T 8am-11:50am CAM Christie J Lec Must also reg in Lab CRN R 8am-11:50am CAM Christie J Lab Must also reg in Lec CRN Biology continued next page
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