Tillamook Bay Community College

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Tillamook Bay Community College
Tillamook Bay Community College - Tillamook, Oregon.JPG
Campus in Tillamook
Type Community College
Chairman Billy Schriber
President Dr. Ross Tomlin
Location, ,
United States

45°27′24″N123°48′49″W / 45.4566°N 123.8137°W / 45.4566; -123.8137
Website http://tillamookbaycc.edu

Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) is a public community college in Tillamook, Oregon. It was founded in 1981, after Clatsop Community College announced it would no longer offer classes in Tillamook County. The college offers classes at three locations: The Third Street Campus in Tillamook, which is its Primary location; North County Center located at Neah-Kah-Nie High School; and the South County Center in Pacific City, Oregon, on the Nestucca Valley High School Campus.


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