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COVID -19 Information -Tillamook Bay Community College

COVID-19 Updates

April 13, 2020 Update

Important Information Regarding Spring Term

The TBCC Campus remains closed to the public, but students can speak with a career education advisor, or financial aid advisor by emailing or calling (503) 842-8222 ext. 1100.

Tuition payments can be made online. Information can be found here.  If you have a question about making a tuition payment or about an online bookstore vouchers, contact the business office at

TBCC is offering free online college courses to local high school juniors and seniors in response to COVID-19 school closures. This includes students being home schooled and students from Trask River High School. To learn more information specific to high school students visit News and Events or High School Students FAQs

The campus food pantry will continue to provide food to students who need it. Food will be available at the campus 9 am-5 pm Monday – Friday. If you need additional support during this time, information about community resources can be found on our SNAP/STEP page.

Spring Term Classes began April 6, 2020

All classes at TBCC are being taught Online.

  1. If you need support we are hear to help. You can contact your course instructor, the student services team at, or the business office at
  2. For students who do not have a computer or internet connection, the TBCC library will remain open during the hours of 9 am-5 pm Monday – Friday. Social distancing, sanitation, and cleaning protocols will be observed.
  3. There is a limited supply of laptop computers that can also be checked out from the Library during the term.
  4. A Wi-Fi hotspot has been added to the parking lot so students can connect from their cars without having to enter the building.
  5. For directions on how to access email, Moodle, or other learning tools visit MyTBCC and login using your username and password. Click on the tab for Students. If you need support you can contact the IT department at (503) 842-8222 ext. 1610 or  1620.

All non-credit community education classes taught face-to-face have been cancelled for Spring Term. However, there is a large selection of online learning opportunities available for both personal and skill building at

All Adult Basic Skills and GED preparation courses have been cancelled for Spring Term.

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is closed to the public, but they are working remotely to support small businesses. Classes will be rescheduled, or provided remotely. They can be reached at

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Preventative Measures

  • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer if soap and water is not available.
  • Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue or your sleeve; throw tissue in the trash.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.


  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

On a daily basis, as part of the routine cleaning, surfaces at TBCC are sanitized; this has been the practice for years at TBCC. The product used on campus is a sanitizer/virucide; the solution used kills almost all bacteria.  Over the past two weeks, the custodial staff has expanded the cleaning regimen to include the daily sanitizing of frequently touched surfaces through the building. This however does not include individual offices or work areas as a matter of respect for personal space.

Supplies are available to staff and faculty to clean personal space and individual offices. Contact Pat Ryan, Director, Facilities, Human Resources, and Safety.  Being diligent with the hygiene and housekeeping efforts of the campus community and facilities are important factors in helping keep germs in check.

Let us each do what we can to help maintain a healthy campus.