TBCC has an open admissions policy and welcomes students from all educational backgrounds. Programs are designed to promote equal access to educational opportunities and provide services that maximize student potential and development. Students under the age of 16 must see an academic advisor prior to enrolling. Additional information about enrolling is available by calling (503) 842-8222 ext. 1100.
New Student Check List
1 Complete an ADMISSIONS APPLICATION
To start the process of becoming a student at TBCC, we need to learn more about you.
You will need to complete an online Admissions Application to give us the information to start your student record.
An Admissions Application is available on the TBCC website in the admissions section. There are three categories for students who are applying for admissions:
Credit: Students planning to enroll in credit courses or planning to earn
a degree or certificate.
High School: Students who are attending high school/home school
and are applying to take a credit course.
Non-Credit: Students interested in taking community education courses
for personal interest, pre-college learning courses, GED preparation, or
English for Speakers of Other Languages.
Select which category applies to you and fill out the Admissions Application
If you have a question, or if you do not have access to the internet and
need a paper copy of an application, contact Student Services at (503)
842-8222 ext. 1100, visit them at our main campus, 4301 Third Street,
2 ASSESS YOUR PLACEMENT at the TBCC Library
For accurate college placement, reading, writing, and math skills
are assessed before registration. Assessment in these areas may be
demonstrated with a placement test, a previous college transcript or
degree, Smarter Balanced test score of 3 or 4 (with approved high school
courses), or SAT, ACT, or other college placement assessments.
TBCC administers placement testing through the TBCC Library. The test is
to gauge a student’s academic strengths. This is not a graded or a “pass
or fail” test. The scores are used to place a student into the appropriate course. To take a placement test, contact the TBCC Librarian 503-842-8222 ext. 1720 for the assessment schedule or visit our main campus library.
3 Complete a NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
All new students taking credit courses must complete a New
Student Orientation. The sign up for New Student Orientation is located
on the Admissions tab of MyTBCC. Dates and times are also published
in the TBCC Schedule of Classes each term.
If you have questions about this process please contact Student Services
842-8222 ext. 1100, or visiting them at 4301 Third Street, Tillamook.
! Now you are Ready to Register !
Register online at MyTBCC, login, and click Add/Drop Courses. Registration may also be completed using a paper registration form which is submitted to Student Services.
To pay for classes, take your fee statement to the Bookstore/Cashier. You may pay with check, cash, Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. If you will be paying with financial aid, scholarship or agency billing, make sure that all arrangements have been made prior to class start date. For assistance, contact the Cashier at (503) 842-8222 ext. 1240
New Student Email
If you have any questions, or need assistance getting into your email, please contact Student Services.
|For more information and to get started on your TBCC career click the links below:
Credit and Degree Seeking Students:
High School Requirements:
Tillamook Bay Community College
4301 Third St.
Tillamook, OR 97141
You will need your Social Security number and a photo ID for the testing session.