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Yamhill Valley Campus Student Services

Chemeketa Yamhill Valley provides a complete range of services to help you succeed.

Eager to Serve Yamhill Students

Check out all the different services available to you at the Yamhill Valley Campus.

  • Accessibility Services

    Student Accessibility Services offers a range of services and academic accommodations.

    You can call the Yamhill Valley office at 503.472.9482 and ask for an appointment with Accessibility Services staff.

    Students can also call the Yamhill Valley campus and ask that their call be transferred to Accessibility Services or call directly at 503.399.5192 (voice/TTY).

    More information is available at Accessibility Services.

  • Library & Tutoring

    Library and Tutoring services are available in Yamhill Valley Campus Bldg. 1, Rm. 200, including –

    • Computer lab is available to registered students
    • Individual tutoring is offered in math, writing and various subject areas on a drop-in basis. Contact the tutoring center at 503.316.3238 or stop by Library and Tutoring for the weekly schedule
    • Online tutoring is available to full- and part-time students currently enrolled in credit classes. Learn more about tutoring services
    • Library textbook loans allow students to check out a textbook for a two-hour block of time. Make sure you bring your student ID
    • A limited selection of books are available to check out for the term. See your advisor for more information.

    The Library and Tutoring Center is open Monday-Thursday, 8 am-7 pm and Friday 8 am-1 pm. 

    For additional question and inquiries contact the Library & Tutoring services at 503.316.3238.

  • TRiO/CAMP/HEP

    TRiO

    TRiO programs are for first-generation, low-income or disabled students and is made up of three federally funded programs –

    • Talent Search
    • Upward Bound
    • Student Support Services/Disability Support Services

    Learn more about TRiO programs.

    College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

    CAMP assists students whose families are from a migrant or seasonal farmworker background. Learn more about the CAMP program.

    High School Equivalency Program (HEP)

    HEP is a federally-funded program to help seasonal farmworkers obtain a GED certificate. Learn more about the HEP program.

  • Student ID Cards

    Student identification cards are available at the Yamhill Valley campus Student Services desk during business hours. A photo ID is required to get a student ID card. There is no charge for first-time students, but replacement cards cost $5.

    Student ID cards are needed to utilize the Library & Tutoring services, computer lab, printing, copy machine and bookstore. They can also be used for discounts at local area businesses.

  • Parking permits

    Free parking permits are required for students attending classes at the Yamhill Valley Campus. If you are attending classes in Salem as well, you must purchase a Salem Campus parking permit in My Chemeketa or at the Public Safety office in Salem in Bldg. 2.

  • Computer Lab

    The open computer lab is available for all current students to use. It is located in Yamhill Bldg. 1, Rm. 202. Students are required to present their Chemeketa ID card to use the lab.

    Hours for the computer lab this term are –

    • Monday-Thursday, 8 am-7 pm
    • Friday, 8 am-1 pm
    • Closed Saturday
  • Testing Services

    Testing at the Yamhill Valley Campus

    The most frequently administered exams include, but are not limited to the following –

    Placement Assessment Testing

    GED Testing

    Proctoring Services

    • Appointments are required for all instructor, online and other exams, except placement tests
    • Payment for non-Chemeketa exams must be paid at the student services desk, with cash or check only
    • Students with disability accommodations for testing must schedule any exams/tests/quizzes at least two business days prior to the test date. Exams during finals week require at least five business days
    • If testing accommodations are required, students must inform YVC Testing Center staff of which accommodations are needed at time of scheduling appointments
    • YVC proctoring information

      For an appointment call 503.316.3240
      Yamhill Bldg. 1, Room 203

    Yamhill Valley Campus Testing Center information

    Testing Center hours for the winter term are –

    • Monday, 9 am–4 pm
    • Tuesday, 1 pm–7 pm
    • Wednesday, 1 pm–7 pm
    • Thursday, 9 am–4 pm

    All exams must be completed by closing time

    For more information about testing and appointments at the Yamhill Valley Campus, please contact the Testing Center by –

  • Bookstore

    Winter term book buyback hours –

    • March 19-22, 8 am-5 pm
    • March 23, 8 am-1 pm

    Chemeketa Student ID is required.

    Books can be purchased at the bookstore online and at the Salem Campus bookstore.

    For bookstore questions, please call 503.316.3285 or call the Salem Campus Bookstore at 503.399.5131.

  • Advising & Counseling

    Academic Advising

    We provide academic advising throughout the term on an appointment basis only. Academic advising is available as follows –

    • Monday-Thursday, 8 am-7 pm
    • Friday, 8 am-1 pm

    Schedule an appointment by calling our main office at 503.472.9482

    Counseling

    We have counselors that you can meet with at the Yamhill Valley Campus, on alternating weeks on Mondays and Tuesdays. They are available to meet with students for –

    • Personal support
    • Career counseling
    • Crisis counseling
    • Help with identifying barriers to success
    • Referrals to off-campus resources

    Their schedule for winter term is as follows –

    • Monday, January 8 - Eusebio
    • Tuesday, January 16 - Blanca
    • Monday, January 22 - Eusebio
    • Tuesday, January 30 - Blanca
    • Monday, February 5 - Eusebio
    • Tuesday, February 13 – Blanca
    • Monday, February 19 – Eusebio
    • Tuesday, February 27- Blanca
    • Monday, March 5 – Eusebio
    • Tuesday, March 13 - Blanca

    Schedule an appointment by calling 503.472.9482. If you are not available to meet with them on those days, we can make an appointment for you to meet with them at the Salem Campus or schedule a phone appointment.

  • New Student Advising Sessions

    New Student Advising

    All new students to Chemeketa are required to attend a New Student Advising workshop. This workshop is designed for students who have completed the admission application, the placement testing, and the new student orientation and are ready to register for credit classes. 

    This session includes a group portion in which the advisors go over general information that all new students need. After the group session, You will meet with an advisor one-on-one to go over your placement test scores and plan your first term classes, and learn how to register for classes.

    New Student Advising Sessions for Spring Term 

    • Tuesday, Feb. 20, 10 am-12 pm
    • Monday, Feb. 26, 1-3 pm
    • Tuesday, Mar. 6, 8:30-10:30 am
    • Tuesday, Mar. 13, 9-11 am
    • Monday, Mar. 19, 2-4 pm
    • Wednesday, Mar. 21, 1-3 pm
    • Monday, Mar. 26, 9-11 am     

    Space in the advising sessions is limited. You must call 503.472.9482 to schedule a New Student Advising session.

  • Dining

    The Gathering Place Café features food and drink items including –

    • Espresso station
    • Hot-off-the-grill items
    • Fresh salads
    • Hot/cold sandwiches
    • Quick grab & go choices
    • Snack items

    Daily and weekly specials are posted on the menu board.

    Chemeketa apparel, school supplies and additional items are also available for purchase.

    Winter Term Hours

    • Monday-Thursday, 8 am-6 pm (grill shuts down at 5:30 pm)
    • Friday, 8 am-1 pm (grill shuts down at 12:30 pm)
  • Yamhill Valley Student Clubs & Organizations

    You can become involved in a number of different clubs while you are at Chemeketa. Clubs can be academic, curriculum-related, activity-oriented or based on a specific interest. Club sponsored events include special lunches, dances, displays, trips, fairs and more.

    We are currently seeking input for the types of clubs and organizations students are interested in starting at the Yamhill Valley campus. 

    The clubs that are currently active at the Yamhill Valley Campus are –

    • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Club
      This club offers a welcoming and supportive safe space for LGBTQ+ people and their allies, discuss LGBTQ issues and plans events related to the LGBTQ+ Topics. 

    • Phi Theta Kappa
      Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. PTK also provides opportunity for leadership, service, scholarship and fellowship in an intellectual and community-oriented environment.

    • Spanish Club
      This club's purpose is to immerse students in the Spanish language and culture through conversation and community. Spanish club is open to anyone interested in practicing Spanish-speaking skills. Explore new cultures through conversation, Spanish language movies, fun activities, and delicious snacks. Join us for club meetings and Spanish movie days through-out the term. 

    If you don't see a club you'd like to participate in, you can start a new club. You only need three interested students and a staff or faculty advisor. If you have questions about a club, or if you are interested in starting a club, please contact Yamhill Valley Campus's College Life advisor, Kelsey Anderson at 503.316.3206.

  • Electric Vehicle charging

    An electric vehicle charging station now available at the Yamhill Valley Campus for all staff and students. The charging station is located in front of Yamhill Bldg. 1, with two dedicated parking spaces for charging only.

    • The stations require an access card, which must be purchased for $40
    • Contact information in Yamhill Bldg. 1 for more information and to get the application packet to purchase an access card.
  • Chemeketa WORKS

    Chemeketa's Yamhill Valley Campus is launching a new internship program called Chemeketa WORKS.

    No doubt you've heard a lot about internships these days as businesses are eager to grow their own talent pipeline. These project-based internships are part-time and many are paid.

    We have a variety of businesses in the McMinnville area signing up to be host sites. This is a great way to jump-start your career with valuable work experience to build your resume and compete in the job market.

    How to Apply

    • In order to submit your best possible application, we suggest that you read our Chemeketa WORKS Job Search 101 Guide sent to you as a potential intern candidate.
      • You are welcome to type your answers on a separate sheet or request an electronic version.
    • Email completed application, along with a cover letter and resume to Julie Miller

    Important Instructions for Application  

    This fillable application must be downloaded and saved to your computer PRIOR to filling it out. Open it from your computer, fill-it out and then save it again on your computer. Once you open it and make sure that your information is saved, then attach the filled out application from your computer, along with the required documents to your email to Julie Miller. 

    For more information, contact –

    Julie Miller, YVC Internship Coordinator
    Yamhill Bldg. 1, Rm. 100 G
    503.316.3297