Scholarship Opportunities

Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation Scholarships

Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation offers a range of scholarships each year to assist students to attend college at TBCC. Scholarships application will be open March 15, 2018. Periodically throughout the year, other opportunities may become available and those opportunities will be posted here with application materials. Scholarships are an excellent way to help you pay for your college education. We also highly encourage you to also speak with a financial aid advisor who can help you learn all of the opportunities for funding support.

If you have questions about applying for scholarships, please contact Karen Grosulak at 503-842-8222 ext. 1060 or karengrosulak@tillamookbaycc.edu.

General Scholarships

TBCC 2017 GED Completer Scholarship Application 

Scholarship Award: up to $3,000 split between winter and spring terms for tuition, fees, books, educational supplies or childcare expenses to attend TBCC.
Application Due: December 20, 2017 by 5 pm

This scholarship is intended to support a TBCC student who has completed their GED and attended GED Prep Courses through TBCC within the past 12 months. 

To be eligible for this scholarship you:

  • Must have completed your GED while enrolled in TBCC GED Preparation Courses within the past 12 months
  • Must enroll in a minimum of 6 credits per term for winter and spring term
  • Must be a seeking a certificate or degree at TBCC
  • Must be able to demonstrate that you have financial need

TBCC 2-Year Career Education Plan Template for use with the GED Completer Scholarship

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.