Scholarship Opportunities

Career-to-Career Scholarships are Open for Winter Term

Scholarship applications are now being accepted for the TBCC Career-to-Career scholarship. 

The Career-to-Career Program 2018 is a tuition scholarship available to qualified Tillamook County individuals in a career who need support to transition to a new career or to improve job skills for their current career. As long as the student maintains his or her eligibility, Tillamook Bay Community College will award a tuition scholarship for the 2018-2019 and the 2019-2020 school years (or until the student earns his or her first degree, whichever comes first). Students must be on one of two Career-to-Career Education Pathways. Selection for the Career-to-Career Program will be based on the quality and completeness of this application packet and the required essay.

Eligibility Requirements:

Career Technical Degree Option

  • Completion of a high school diploma/GED (five years ago or beyond);
  • Verification of successful FAFSA application (see fafsa.gov )
  • Be eligible to enroll in Math 70 and Writing 121

(based upon previous college transcripts or our free placement exam)

University Transfer Degree Option

  • Completion of a high school diploma/GED (five years ago or beyond);
  • Verification of successful FAFSA application (see fafsa.gov )
  • Be eligible to enroll in Math 95 and Writing 121

(based upon previous college transcripts or our free placement exam)

To speak with someone about the application process or to ask questions about your eligibility please contact Rhoda Hanson, rhodahanson@tillamookbaycc.edu or 503-842-8222 ext. 1110.

Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship Grad

Casey-Green Endowed Scholarship – Up to $2,500
This scholarship is intended to provide support for a first generation, part-time TBCC student who is a currently employed single parent. Applicants must be a degree-seeking student who is enrolled in 6 to 8 credits each term. The scholarship can be used toward tuition, fees, books and/or childcare. Funds will be split between fall, winter, and spring term for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Application Link – Casey-Green Endowed Scholarship Application

Due Date: November 1, 2018

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.