Chemeketa in the 1990s
1993 — Building 1 opens, offering an expanded bookstore as well as increased staff office space.
March 1996 — Voters approve a $35.2 million bond measure, allowing the college to build new classrooms, repair existing facilities, and update training equipment for students in technical programs.
May, 1998 — The newly remodeled Santiam centers, formerly the Stayton center, celebrates its opening. The new location provides the additional training opportunities for Marion and Linn County residents.
March 1999 — The 72,000-square-foot Learning Resource Center opens on the Salem Campus. The building offers twice the seating of the old library, and also houses nine high-tech classrooms.