Scholarship Opportunities

Career to Career Scholarship Now Open!

The Career to Career scholarship is two years of free tuition to attend TBCC. This is an excellent opportunity for those looking to find a new career, or improve job skills for their current career.

Qualified applicants will have completed a high school diploma/GED at least five years ago.

All interested applicants are highly encouraged to come to the campus to speak with a Career Education Advisor, who can provide guidance and support through the process. For more information, please contact Rhoda Hanson, Director of Student Services at 503-842-8222 ext. 1110 or email rhodahanson@tillamookbaycc.edu.

Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation Scholarships

Visualize your graduation goal!

 

The Fall Scholarship Cycle will open August 15 and close Sept. 15.

To apply visit https://tbccscholarships.awardspring.com/

You will need to have two letters of recommendation ready to upload. If you need assistance with requesting letters of recommendation please let us know.

 

The Spring Scholarship Cycle has closed for 2018/19. 

If you received a scholarship, thank you letters are due by July 15! You can view your award information by visiting  https://tbccscholarships.awardspring.com/

 

If you have any questions, please reach out to Karen Grosulak in the Foundation office, at 503-842-8222 ext 1026, karengrosulak@tillamookbaycc.edu, or in person on campus.

Thank you to everyone who applied, and good luck!

Oregon Student Access Commission

Whether you are a graduating high school senior or returning to get your education, there are resources available to help you finance your education without taking on student loan debt. An important first step is to submit a Free Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Many scholarship applications will require you to provide the Estimated Family Contribution amount from your FAFSA report.

If you are struggling to afford your education, we encourage you to talk with a financial aid advisor and to take the time to see if you are eligible for a scholarship. In addition to the resources you find here, please visit the Oregon Student Access Commission where you can see over 450 scholarship opportunities available to students in Oregon.