Associated Students of Tillamook Bay Community College  (ASTBCC)  The ASTBCC operates under a constitution designed to promote student activities that stimulate the social, physical, moral, and intellectual growth of students.  It is organized to benefit the students, the college, and the community, and to provide opportunity for student input. All credit and non-credit students currently enrolled at TBCC are members of ASTBCC.  Watch the reader board in the Main Lobby and bulletin boards around campus for flyers announcing activities and leadership opportunities. For more information contact the ASTBCC Executive Council at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 503-842-8222 ext. 2116, or the ASTBCC Advisor, John Sandusky, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or 503-842-8222 ext. 1875.


Diana Gutzke

Diana Gutzke

President

I have lived in Tillamook for about 7 years. I am going to school to become a doctor. I want to be a doctor with compassion. I really like the unification of students during difficult times that shows comaraderie not seen in most places. I participate in student government to become the change that I would like to see in our system. I enjoy being President and learning a lot of things as I go along. Some advice I would give to students is to be resilient, resourceful, and to NEVER give up, but most of all, NEVER feel like you are alone because we are all in this together.

Jessica Sutherlin

Jessica Sutherlin

Vice President

I have lived in Tillamook for 28 years. I am going to school to become a nurse. I want to help people and have a good job. I chose TBCC because it is local, and I can be around my children and my family while I achieve my goal. I like the staff and faculty at TBCC and how they are always willing to help you, even if it is not their style of teaching. I wanted to participate in student government to become more open with people and to communicate more with students. Some advice that I would give to students is do your FAFSA as soon as possible, and do as many scholarships as possible because the less money you have to pay back, the better off you are going to be in the long run.

 Karen Nelson

Karen Nelson

Finance Manager

 I have lived in Tillamook for about 9 years. I am going to school for Accounting. I would like to achieve an Associates in Accounting Degree. I like the accessibility of TBCC. I became interested in student government to meet more people. Some advice that I would tell students is to ask questions, and do not hesitate.

Tommie Huffman

Tommie Huffman

Office Manager

I have lived in Rockaway Beach for 4 years. I am going to school to become a Natural Resource Specialist. I like to learn, I like the small community, nice people, and learning a new trade. I wanted to see what student government was like behind the scenes and how things worked. Being a part of student government is teaching me good leadership skills and teamwork to accomplish a common goal. Some advice I would give students is to be proactive, be ready and willing to learn, and come in with an open mind.

Bradley Springs 

Bradley Springs

Public Relations Manager

I have lived in Tillamook area since 1st grade in elementary school. I am going to school for Agriculture Science. I would like to become an Ag. Teacher. I like the laid back atmosphere of TBCC. I wanted to get involved with student government to help out our school and help make lasting change. Some advice that I would give to students is to not overload on credits in the first term, and never underestimate the preparation time for writing a paper. Take as many classes as you can from Cynthia Arvin.

 

John Sandusky

ASTBCC Advisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 















ASTBCC Meetings are held First and Last Tuesdays - 10:00 AM in the Student Activities Room, Room 106. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or John Sandusky This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.
    
 

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