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Chemeketa Online Student Services

Chemeketa Online can connect you with many helpful services available to students.

Discover many of the services available to online students at Chemeketa. Select one of the options below.

  • Academic Calendar

    Look through this calendar for important dates, deadlines and holidays. You can view this calendar on the college’s main website as well as in your My Chemeketa account.

    Academic Calendar
  • Admissions

    Discover your potential at Chemeketa, where faculty and staff are committed to your educational and professional success in the classroom and beyond.

  • Advising & Counseling

    Our mission is to assist people through academic, career, and life transitions, as well as to empower individuals through knowledge, career preparation and personal effectiveness. Please look at the following items which have specific information for the distance education student.

    Advising & Counseling
  • Bookstore

    Chemeketa’s college-owned bookstore has comparison pricing. Now you can see the bookstore prices along with other online vendors. Shop and compare from one site. The bookstore is open for online orders well in advance before the next term begins.

    Visit the Bookstore

  • Student Accessibility Services

    Student Accessibility Services determines eligibility for reasonable and appropriate accommodations on a case-by-case basis for students with documented disabilities. Accommodations are provided to students in on-line, traditional classroom, and college sponsored activities.

    Steps to Apply for Student Accessibility Services

    More on Student Accessibility Services

  • eTutoring

    Online tutoring is available to full-time and part-time students currently enrolled in credit classes. We offer assistance in most subject areas.

  • eLearn Start Guide

    Please use the eLearn Start Guide to see if online classes are right for you. This start guide will help you learn what is required to be successful in online learning. It will also help you figure out:

    • if your computer is adequate for online learning at Chemeketa
    • decide whether your learning style and computer skills are well-matched to online learning
    • become acquainted with how to log on and use eLearn (our online course software)
    • discover various assistance options
    eLearn Start Guide
  • Enrollment Information

    In an effort to bring a successful college experience to our students we suggest you familiarize yourself with these college enrollment services policies.

    Enrollment Information
  • Financial Aid

    Many types of financial assistance may be available to Chemeketa students including scholarships and federal financial aid. Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as early as possible each year; the process can take 6-9 months. January 1st is the first day to apply for an academic year.

    More on Financial Aid


  • Frequently Asked Questions

    This knowledge database may have an answer for you. View our list of frequently asked questions for a solution to your eLearn/Canvas technical issue.

    Frequently Asked Questions
  • Library

    You can visit the Chemeketa Community College Library online and find information about the library, related services and staff. Students can access over 100,000 ebooks and 21,000 digital periodicals. Help is available 24/7 via Chat.

    Visit the Library

  • Online Writing Center

    This service helps Chemeketa Online students with a writing project in any subject area. Writing Center faculty and teaching assistants provide written responses to your writing (usually within 48 hours) after you’ve posted it in Blackboard.

    Online Writing Center
  • Testing Center (ProctorU & Proctored Tests)

    Some online classes require proctored tests. It is the responsibility of the student to locate an approved proctor. Carefully read your instructor’s syllabus for the approval process, locations, and deadlines.

    Visit the Testing Center