Program Requirements & Application

Applications for the spring 2015 cohort will be accepted on a first come, first served basis February 3rd-26th or until all spots are full. Applications only accepted at the Yamhill Valley Campus, Bldg 2.

***To learn more about our program please attend one of our FREE information sessions!***
-January 22nd, 2015 from 3-4pm at the Salem Campus Bldg 8, room 206
-January 26th, 2015 from 3-4pm at the Yamhill Valley Campus Bldg 2 room 121

Program Requirements -

  • High School Diploma/transcripts showing completion, or GED
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States
  • Placement into or completion of MTH 060 & RD 115 & WR 090 or higher OR proof of an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution. Completion of MTH 020, RD 090, and WR 080 with a "C" or better will place you into the above requirements.  
  • Pass a criminal background check and drug test
  • Documentation of certain immunizations and shots
  • For a list of crimes that could disqualify you from the program click here

More Important Program information:

  • Because this is a short term training program, it is condensed and meets for about 27 hours of face to face classroom time a week as well as about 4 hours online. This is almost like a full time job so taking outside classes/working during this program is NOT recommended.
  • Computer knowledge required! Knowledge of online platforms like eLearn and Chemeketa gmail are required.

Spring 2015 Cohort Application

  • Click HERE to download and print off the spring cohort application
  • If you have questions about the application process or program requirements please contact Renae Burger at Yamhill Valley Campus Bldg 2 programs email

Get Started

  • Apply to Chemeketa online
  • Complete the online orientation in your My Chemeketa account
  • Take a placement test
    In Salem, placement testing is conducted on a drop-in basis. For questions, please call 503.399.6556
    For an appointment in Yamhill Valley call 503.472.9482
  • Apply for financial aid
    Although applying for financial aid is not required, we encourage you to do so. The process can take up to 16 weeks to apply as soon as possible.
  • Speak to an adviser
    First time students will have an automatic hold on their account preventing them from registering. You must speak to an academic adviser to have this hold removed each term
  • Begin working on the general education class requirements- those must be passed with a grade "C" or better
  • If you are transferring in credits from another institution to fulfill general education requirements you must complete a transfer evaluation
  • Submit a completed application during acceptance dates of each year
  • Complete your background check and drug test. More information on that at application time
  • Attend mandatory orientation and get fitted for your scrubs