How to Make an Advising Appointment
(if you already know how, click here - Advising Appointment Scheduler)
Advisors provide information about degree and certificate requirements, financial aid, transfer strategies and college support services. During your initial appointment with an advisor, you can ask any questions regarding the TBCC admissions process. Your advisor will also help you complete the registration worksheet and answer other questions about enrollment at TBCC.
Planning on transferring to a university to complete your Bachelor's Degree? Take a look at PCC's University Transfer Website. More and more students are discovering the best place to begin a bachelor's degree is at a community college. Since the courses required in the first two years of a four-year degree are general education courses that you can take at any school, why not start close to home and at a fraction of the cost? Nearly 60% of Oregon freshmen are enrolled at community colleges. PCC University-Transfer
For further assistance with admissions, registration, or advising, please contact Student Services at 503-842-8222 ext. 1100.
Unofficial transcripts are available on the Portland Community College website at www.pcc.edu. If you do not have access to the internet, you may use a kiosk at the Central Campus of Tillamook Bay Community College.
Official student records are on file at Portland Community College. To obtain a transcript, a student should fill out a PCC Transcript Request Form available on the PCC Website at PCC Resources/Student Forms or in the Student Services Office and mail it with the required fee to Portland Community College at the address below:
Portland Community College
P.O. Box 19000
Portland, OR 97219
or call (503) 614-7100
Fax number is (971)722-7135
Graduation - Please contact Student Services at 503-842-8222 ext. 1100 for information.