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The process used by the College to measure success in achieving objectives and measures is called Mission Fulfillment. Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) has defined mission fulfillment, both overall and within each Core Theme, based on achieving 70% of all indicators within the achieved or minimally achieved range. The achievement of each indicator is determined by comparing the current statistic with the threshold levels for each measure. These levels are:
Overall, TBCC exceeded the green or yellow threshold in 76% of our 29 measures. The College achieved the green or yellow in 81% of the 16 measures in Educational Excellence, 67% of the six measures in Economic Success, and 71% of the seven measures in Leadership, Partnership and Community Engagement. Our performance has dropped primarily due to the impact of the pandemic. Our spring closure and move to online courses negatively impacted enrollment and FTE, limited opportunities for civic engagement, and resulted in lower completion rates for developmental math courses. Although we did not achieve mission fulfillment based on our definition, we made good progress on many measures. We have a plan and strategic projects in place to address the measures which were ‘in the red’ this year.
2021-22 Mission Fulfillment Report
2020-21 Mission Fulfillment Report
2019-20 Mission Fulfillment Report
2018-19 Mission Fulfillment Report
2017-18 Mission Fulfillment Report
2016-17 Mission Fulfillment Report
Tillamook Bay Community College creates bridges to opportunity by providing quality education that serves the needs of our diverse community.
Tillamook Bay Community College is a local leader in educational excellence and innovation, community advancement, and economic success.
Tillamook Bay Community College values and promotes student success through academic excellence and resourceful teamwork in an environment that is personal and friendly.
The College reviews each academic program and service area every three years. This review includes an identification of trends and challenges, an analysis of progress made toward meeting service area outcomes, and for academic programs a thorough review of enrollment and completion data.
2020-2021 Nature and Outdoors Program Review
2020-2021 Library Service Area Program Review
2020-2021 Business Administration Program Review
2019-20 Office of Institutional Effectiveness Program Review
2019-20 Office of Instruction Program Review
2019-20 Community Education Program Review
2019-20 General Education Program Review
2018-19 Facilities and Safety Program Review
2018-19 Information Technology Program Review
2018-19 Office of President Program Review
2018-19 AAS Criminal Justice and Public Safety Program Review
2018-19 AAS Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Program Review
2018-19 Adult Basic Skills/ESOL Program Review
2018-19 Office of Advancement Program Review
2017-18 AAS Business Administration Program Review
2017-18 AAS Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Review
2017-18 TBCC Library Program Review
2017-18 Student Services Program Review
2017-18 Business Office Program Review
Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) has been a vital part of Tillamook County for almost 40 years. We have continued to grow in part by actively listening to the needs of the community and seeking out ways to enhance relationships and collaborate on opportunities with business, industry, educators, and others to support the educational and economic needs of the Tillamook community. The community supported the building of the main campus on Third Street in Tillamook in 2010. And the Partners for Rural Innovation Building, which is a shared space with OSU Extension and houses the TBCC Small Business Development Center and Tillamook Economic Development Council in 2017. These facilities have served the college and the community well. However, the College has witnessed exceptional growth over the past few years in students, staff, and community collaboration.
The situation prompted the initiation of a Facilities Master Planning process to determine the space needs required to meet the educational and community demands not only now, but projected for the next 20 years.
In 2018, TBCC began the process to assess current program offerings, operations, and facilities along with the College’s aspirational goals and needs for the coming years. The goal of this effort was to create a comprehensive vision for TBCC’s future that carefully considered the role the College will play as a resource to its greater community.
The process involved meetings with key stakeholders to better understand how they currently use their spaces, how they perform their roles, how different departments collaborate, how students are served, and how each of these elements could be strengthened.
In May 2021, TBCC finalized a plan designed to carry the college forward into the future. This plan addresses the current urgent capacity issues in the main campus and situate the college for the future to best meet the needs of our community with additional space for Career-Technical education programs, and community and learning space.
The 2021 Facility Master Plan has three significant features.
2021 Facilities Master Plan
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Tillamook Bay Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, age, religion, height/weight ratio, marital status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, organizational affiliation, political affiliation or protected veterans with regard to employment, admissions, access to education programs or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. Any persons having inquiries concerning Title II, Title IV, Title VI, or Title IX may contact: Pat Ryan, Director Facilities, Human Resources, Safety 4301 Third Street, Tillamook, Oregon, Room 122, Phone (503) 842-8222, ext. 1020. Any persons having inquiries concerning Section 504 may contact: Rhoda Hanson, Chief Student Services Officer; 4301 Third Street, Tillamook, Oregon, Room 114, Phone (503) 842-8222, ext. 1110.
El Colegio Comunitario de Tillamook no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, origen nacional, discapacidad, sexo, edad, religión, relación entre altura/peso, estado civil, género, identidad de género, orientación sexual, afiliación organizacional, afiliación política o veteranos protegidos con respecto al empleo, admisiones, acceso a programas o actividades educativas según lo que se ha establecido en los estatutos y reglamentos federales y estatales. Cualquier persona que tenga preguntas sobre el Título II, el Título IV, el Título VI o el Título IX puede comunicarse con: Pat Ryan, Director de Instalaciones, Recursos Humanos, Seguridad 4301 Third Street, Tillamook, Oregon, Habitación 122, Teléfono (503) 842-8222, ext. 1020. Cualquier persona que tenga preguntas sobre la Sección 504 puede comunicarse con: Rhoda Hanson, Directora de Servicios Estudiantiles; 4301 Third Street, Tillamook, Oregon, Habitación 114, teléfono (503) 842-8222, ext. 1110.
TBCC Facilities are ADA Accessible. For questions, regarding access or accommodations please contact: Pat Ryan, Director: Human Resources, Facilities, and Safety; 4301 Third Street, Tillamook OR. 97141, 503-842-8222 x1020 with seven days advanced notice.
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