Keep checking back here for updates on new groups, meetings times, and updated contact information.
If you are interested in recreational sports or other athletic activities, contact the CRC about sports and recreation clubs.
All God's People: a chapter of Chi Alpha
We are a multi-ethnic community who comes together to explore spirituality by looking at the life of Jesus. We are made up of and welcome people from all different backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs. As we come together to listen and support one another, we get a greater view of God and the world. We are a chapter of Chi Alpha.Meetings
Tuesdays @ 5:30-8:00pm, CAB 301Websites
B.U.R.N. (Biochar Utilization of Resources through Non-Exploitive Methods)
We are striving to utilize the limitless potentials for Biochar on a local and international scale. Our goals as a group will be to carry a nonexploitive lens while learning as much as we can about the potentials for Biochar, educating our comrades to help in its implementation, and begin a program with a lasting impact for the Evergreen student to be a part of.
The Evergreen Bike Shop is a bicycle resource center, volunteer run since 1977, dedicated to making cycling accessible and practical to everyone in the greater Olympia area. We build community by providing a welcoming communal work space, knowledgeable volunteers, and tools and parts for cyclists of all ages and skill levels to repair, maintain and promote bicycles. Members learn and teach one another by sharing knowledge and experience.Meetings
Open when volunteers are in the Bike Shop, see Facebook page for scheduleEmailWebsites
Black Cottonwood Collective
The Black Cottonwood Collective is an anti-authoritarian student group that exists to bring resources, speakers, and workshops to campus to support and grow radical analysis and action.Meetings EmailWebsites
Boss Band plays music once a week and offer benefits of music performance on educational or social needs.Email
BSU Black Focus
To build a community and create and foster a safe space for Black-identifying students at The Evergreen State College - with recognition and space made for LGBTQIA and disabled folks. We will hold sacred the spectrum of Blackness in its many forms, recognizing that Blackness is not a monolith.Meetings
Fridays from 6pm to 7:30pm, Library 1001Email
Buddhists for Peace
We are Buddhists for Peace, Evergreen's connection to the teachings of Nichiren Buddhism through the SGI-USA. We strive to unlock our deepest potential and become our most genuine selves through faith, practice, and study. Regardless of one's past, challenges, or current circumstances, we welcome you to join us in bringing peace to our relationships, communities, and the world by partaking in your own human revolution. As Nichiren Buddhists, we aim to turn all of our misfortune and struggles into vast and unlimited happiness and knowledge. We work together in creating the world we want to see by holding a space meant for open dialogue and personal encouragement. This is a learning environment for all to participate regardless of familiarity with Buddhist practice.
Chemistry and Other Sciences (ChAOS)
Chemistry and Other Sciences club's goal is to encourage and support enthusiasm and participation in the sciences. We do this through meetings, demonstrations, workshops, and local outreach. We also try to facilitate the attendance of the national chemistry conference of the American Chemical Society, which provides opportunities for jobs, learning enrichment, and networking.Meetings
Wednesdays, 1:30-3:00 in SEM 2 A3109Email
Chinese Culture Club
We are a group dedicated to promoting Chinese Culture and creating a better environment for students to learn Chinese. We offer information, teach literatures, and lead discussion about modern China. We celebrate tradition festivals, and introduce Chinese food. Also, we will talk about China's neighbors such as Japan, Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, and so on. Feel free to join us to create a great multicultural community.Meetings
Wednesdays 1:30 to 4pm in SEM 2 D1107.EmailWebsites
Clean Energy Committee
The mission of the Clean Energy Committee is to support the success of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and resource conservation at Evergreen. The Clean Energy Committee is a group of students collaborating with campus staff and faculty. It carries the responsibility of representing the student body while appropriating the Clean Energy Fund. This fund was established by the students of Evergreen State College to fuel the progress of renewable energy in the Northwest.
Hearing Dates for 2017-2018:
|Application Deadline||Hearing Date|
|November 29, 2017||December 6, 2017|
|January 24, 2018||January 31, 2018|
|February 21, 2018||February 28, 2018|
|April 11, 2018||April 18, 2018|
|May 9, 2018||May 16, 2018|
Winter Quarter 2018 - Fridays at 3:00pm in Student Activities (CAB 3rd Floor)EmailWebsites
Climate Justice Group
The Climate Justice Group respectfully participates in popular movements that are fighting to achieve policies this year in Washington State that would help to stop the climate crisis. We strive to be a democratic group where everyone can be a leader, people of all backgrounds are leaders, and where people learn skills that they can use to lead their own campaigns for positive social change.
People can participate by volunteering for a couple of hours a quarter, taking on a leadership role, or doing anything in between, and there are many types of activities that people can engage in. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.
We know that a racially and economically equal society and a stable climate are possible. We are motivated by our solidarity with the millions of people whose lives are shortened every year by the public health, worker safety, and climate consequences of burning fossil fuels, and also by our solidarity with the millions of people whose lives are shortened every year by poverty and racial oppression.Meetings
Wednesdays (even weeks) @ 3:30-4:45 - pm, TV Lounge in Student Activities (CAB 313)Email
Coalition Against Sexual Violence (CASV)
We strive to provide peer advocacy and resources for survivors of sexual assault,domestic violence, and emotional abuse at TESC. We will also train students every year about advocacy and provide workshops about sexual violence and domestic violence consent. These resources are open to folks of all genders, orientations, and identities. We work to create a safer, educated campus community.Meetings EmailWebsites
Our mission is to bring Evergreen student artist together and provide them with resources for Evergreen students to create projects and connect with one another. To prepare themselves for a living as a working artists in todays society.
Tuesdays at 5-7pm in SEM 2 E2105Email
Common Bread is a safe place for all community members to share food for the body, mind, and spirit. We have workshops, activities, and themed discussions based around community building, self care, and metaphysical exploration. We invite you to come destress and leave with broadened horizons.Meetings
Thursdays 5:30 to 8:30 at the Organic FarmEmailWebsites
Cooper Point Journal
Cooper Point Journal organization members commit their efforts to two primary purposes: compiling submissions from students at large to create a newspaper that focuses on and reflects the student citizens of The Evergreen State College and examines how matters, particularly within the college, affect and involve students. The newspaper - also named Cooper Point Journal - serves as a medium for informing and entertaining students and as a forum for the ideas and opinions of students and others.The learning laboratory aspect of the CPJ organization manifests itself by developing and maintaining effective and responsible managing of operations and finances of an endeavor (newspaper) organization, as well as dealing with such life challenges as organizing efforts to develop and maintain an inclusive organization, establishing a group culture of inclusive and responsible decision making, personal and collective accountability, leadership that focuses of fulfilling organization goals and objectives by fostering an environment of consensus and cooperation rather than focusing on the decision-making authority and responsibilities of leadership, confronting injustice and discrimination.Meetings Websites
Our mission is to hold space for embodiment and authentic expression through dance, music, and movement.EmailWebsites
We are a student-run experimental and demonstration permaculture garden. We maintain the space for current and future students to experiment, cultivate, and come together as a community.Email
Do it Greener
We strive to strengthen community through immersive education in natural building and sustainable living.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 10:00am to 11:30pm , Student Activities TV Lounge - CAB 313EmailWebsites
Embodied Arts Tribe (EAT)
The Embodied Arts Tribe (EAT) is dedicated to cultivating a space for Evergreen students and community to learn, explore, and enjoy somatic movement and meditative dance practices. Most of our classes focus on sharing the Japanese embodiment practice called Butoh. Classes include Butoh, contact improvisation, and student rituals.Websites
Evergreen Animal Agriculture Collective
The mission of Evergreen Animal Agriculture Collective is to create and encourage opportunities for experimental and practical learning in animal agriculture to Evergreen students and the general public.Meetings
every other Wednesday (odd weeks), SEM 2 D3105 @ 1:30pm - 3pmEmailWebsites
Evergreen Astronomical Society
The Astronomical Society at Evergreen is comprised of students, with interests ranging from old-fashioned, backyard star-gazing, to the scientific and mathematical. We will focus on not only the stars and wonders in the night sky, but the stories and myths that bring them to life. You do not need a telescope, binoculars or any special equipment to be a member. All that is required is a fascination with the unknown and a desire to learn more about the wonders of our universe. Our membership is composed of people from every walk of life, from the young, new beginners to the mature and experienced. We will form the bridge that brings amateur astronomers of all ages and backgrounds together, creating a society of habitual stargazers.Meetings
Fridays at 4-6pm in Lecture Hall 4EmailWebsites
Evergreen Chinese Culture Club
We are passionate about facilitating a student group that will allow Evergreen students and community members to experience, share and learn about Chinese culture. In this group we will explore subjects such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong, tea culture, Chinese arts, cuisines and Daoism and other philosophies.Meetings
Wednesday @1-5 pm in Longhouse 1007AEmail
Evergreen Crew Team
We seek to provide a safe and fun environment to practice rowing and build skills on and off the waterMeetings
daily workouts. contact us via email for times and locations.EmailWebsites
Evergreen Gaming Guild
The Gaming Guild provides a safe and fun environment for students and the community to get together, play games, and break the monotony of the day to day through the use of a variety of video and board games. Through this we encourage the building of community and all around fun for everyone.Meetings
Wednesdays, CAB 313 (Big Wooden Table) @3-5pmEmailWebsites
Evergreen Health Science Club
The evergreen Health Sciences Club was put together with the intention of helping people interested in medical and health professional health fields achieve their academic goals whether it be post graduate or undergraduate education. We strive to achieve best possible outcome for every member no matter their chosen discipline.Email
Evergreen Larping Society
The mission of The Evergreen Larping Society is to create a safe community space for Evergreen students and alumni to participate in live action role-playing games, the creation of costumes for those games, and enriching each other's lives by forming new friendships and relationships with other people who enjoy the live action role-play experience!Meetings
Saturdays @ 6:00 - 10:30pm (April 7th & 14th, May 5th & 12th, and June 2nd & 9th) || Sundays @ 4:00 - 9:00pm (April 15th & 22nd, and May 20th & 27th)Email
Evergreen Mini-General Association
The Evergreen Mini-General Association provides a safe and fun environment to enjoy the hobby of table top war gaming and modeling.Meetings
Thursdays @ 6pm-9:30pm, Purce (Lecture) Hall 7
Evergreen Music Tech Community
We seek to provide a space for students interested in music technology use for its creation to share ideas, meet collaborators and learn new things. Our weekly meetings will demonstrations of technology and will be presented by members and special guests demonstrators. We open the floor for members to invite collaborators onto personal/academic projects.Meetings
Thursdays @ 5:30-6:30, 5.1 Studio (Lib 1328)EmailWebsites
Evergreen Poets Society
We intend to give students a platform to express their poetry at Evergreen!Email
Evergreen Psychology Club
We promote ethical and diverse progress in psychology. We strive to provide support in academic pursuits and research development. We look forward to achieving this through outside speakers, documentaries, discussion groups, and providing research participants. We encourage students with an interest in psychology to join us. We encourage brainstorming, communication, and respectful conversation with each other. There is always more than one side to every issue. We are committed to providing a safe space to have those conversations. Anyone is welcome to join.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 1-2pm, SEM 2 B1105.EmailWebsites
We intend to provide an all inclusive learning environment for people of all skill levels and to plan, develop, create, and complete projects related to robotics and programming. We also intend to help facilitate a demystification of electronics/programming, robotics, and so on and so forth.Meetings
Mondays @ 3pm - 4pm, CAB 313 (TV Lounge)EmailWebsites
Evergreen RPG Guild
The Evergreen RPG guild is dedicated to creating a safe and welcoming environment for Evergreen students to play table-top role playing games.Meetings
Sundays, LIB 0406 @3-7pm Tuesdays, LIB 0406 @5:30-8:30pmEmailWebsites
Evergreen Sailing Society
To create an avenue of access to the fantastic world of maritime culture for TESC students through instructional sails, workshops, and excursions. Sailing is a sustainable method of transportation with a rich cultural history, but is sometimes difficult to break into. TESS brings opportunity for everyone to experience the world. Regardless of background or previous experience.Meetings
weekend charters will resume Spring Quarter.Websites
Evergreen Student Media Project
Started in 1980 the Evergreen Student Media Project has provided an opportunity for musicians, audio students, Artists, videographers and more to collaborate on their original music and produce a full-length album.EmailWebsites
Evergreen Student Veterans Organization
The Evergreen Student Veterans Organization's mission is to create a safe space for Veterans and thier families, and we will provide resources and connections for student Veterans. The Evergreen Student Veterans Organization will advocate for student Veterans' rights.Email
Evergreen Trail Association
Our mission is to provide safe, accessible trails to the student body and community members throughout the campus woods.Meetings
Mondays @11:00 am -2:30 pm, LIB 2207 Fridays @ 2 pm, Lecture Hall Classroom 6Email
Evergreen Writers' Workshop
We will create a writing workshop, focusing on craft and other aspects of writing.Meetings
Tuesdays, @5-8pm in SEM 2 E2109EmailWebsites
Familia creates equitable opportunities for underserved students through a support system that celebrates and empowers them by having an awareness of cultural barriers and intersections as they relate to higher education. Familia's goal is to serve those students who don't feel that they are supported enough by the school and resources that are provided to them. Familia also provides underserved students (undocumented, international, former inmates, low income, and students with disabilities) a safe place.Meetings
Fridays 4-6 pm at the back table in CAB 313.Email
Farm Worker Justice Collective
Our mission is to spread awareness and support for farmworker justice on campus, as well as to work closely with Community to Community and Famalas Unidas par la Justicia, acting in solidarity by following that leadership.
To educate, motivate, liberate the formerly incarcerated and justice involved, to advocate for ourselves politically, to create systematic change.Meetings
First Tuesday of every month, 6-7:30pm, Library 1005
Gateways Student Alliance
The mission of the Gateways Student Alliance is to facilitate the work of the Evergreen State College scholars for cultivating the needs of prospective students transitioning from incarceration. The GSA will be a group made up of mentors all working with incarcerated youth in regards to college access. The mentors help to remove any barriers and dispel any fear that incarcerated youth may have about higher education through knowledge of post-secondary education systems and offering encouragement towards obtaining future goals.
We aspire to bring comedy to the Evergreen campus and the surrounding Olympia area. We will do this through improv, sketch, and stand up. We will teach these skills in weekly workshops. Our final goal is to perform and bring joy to people!Meetings
Rehearsal meeting Tuesdays & Fridays @ 6-8 pm in SEM II E4115 Rehearsal meeting Mondays @ 5-7 pm in SEM II D1107Email
Geoduck Student Union
The Geoduck Union is the official representation of the student body at The Evergreen State College. The Union is committed to unifying students across all Evergreen campuses, serving their interests at the local, state, and national levels and empowering all students to participate in positive social and political chance while fostering a fair and diverse community. The Union works to improve student quality of life by advocating for students' rights and needs, facilitating communication among students, and ensuring a fair balance of power among faculty, staff, administration and students.
The Geoduck Student Union (GSU) Public Service Internship Fund for the summer quarter. Evergreen students who have accepted an unpaid internship during the summer quarter with a nonprofit organization or government agency (city, county, state, federal) are encouraged to apply. Eight awards are available with a $1,200.00 maximum for each award.
Applications will be accepted April 2 through April 30. Additional information and the application form can be found at: https://www.evergreen.edu/advising
For more information contact the Internship and Employer Development office in Library 2153, call 360-867-6312, or email email@example.com.
Wednesdays @ 1:00-3:00pm, CAB 301EmailWebsites
Giant Robot Appreciation Society (GRAS)
GRAS is a student group dedicated to the appreciation and critique of animation and Japanese media through group screenings, discussion, and the hosting of our annual on-campus convention, Chibi Chibi Con.Meetings
Fridays @ 4pm - 6pm, SEM 2 E1105EmailWebsites
Come surf the cyber crests of the world wide web! The GNU-e-Ducks, also known as Hacker Club, is an outlet for students who are interested in the topic of cyber security or who want to further develop their computer skills.Websites
Graphic Novel Union
The Graphic Novel Union is Evergreen's student comic group. Our goal is to create a supportive community of students focused on the creation and discussion of comics. We wish to bring a love of comics and appreciation for their long, troubled, and multicultural history to the Evergreen community while also providing a creative outlet for any and all students interested in the medium of comics.Meetings
Mondays @ 4-6pm, Sem 2 C1107 Thursdays @ 7:30-10pm, B1105EmailWebsites
Greeners Association for Psychedelic Studies (GAPS)
The Greeners Association for Psychedelic Studies (GAPS) is a group devoted to discussing the value of psychedelics for medical, therapeutic, spiritual, and scientific application. We are not here to encourage or discourage substance use but rather to allow the free flow of information. Our weekly meetings consist of presentations from members, documentaries, risk reduction information, and lively discussion. All are welcome to attend. We hope you will come explore with us.EmailWebsites
Herbal Medicine Club
The Herbal Medicine Club promotes the power of plants to encourage students' wellbeing. We aim to provide a space to explore herbal modes of healing together.Meetings
March 7, 3-4:30pm, Longhouse1007A || March 14, 3-4:30pm TV Lounge in Student Activities (CAB 313)EmailWebsites
Jewish Student Union
We provide a space for Jewish students to share their experiences; emphasizing Jewish values of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) & environmentalism.Email
The mission of this group is to supplement historical, cultural, and practical knowledge of Judo and to remove barriers for students trying to access local, national, and international Judo competitions and events.
KPOP Dance Group
Our mission is to create a safe, fun, and inclusive environment that encourages artistic expression through dance and collaboration to achieve a common goal. We will create a community where people can have fun exercising with people they have things in common with.Websites
Literacy and Education for Adults with Disabilities.
LEAD Partners with the local non-profit group Kokua to match college students and adults with disabilities for one-on-one tutoring. Students who are unable to commit to tutoring are still welcome to join and get involved with LEAD'S other activities such as planning events based about advocating for accessibility, inclusion, and awareness about disabilities in general.Meetings
every other Wednesday, Sem II D2107, 4:30-5:30pm.Email
The mission of Legacy Club is to bring together students of different backgrounds in order to participate in cultural exchanges. This will both enhance visibility of multicultural students and create a safe and open experience for participants. This club will create a space to enhance the learning experiences that a student may not find in other facets of their educational journey.
Let's Keep This Short
Our mission is to create and maintain a group where like-minded students can create, write, direct and act in their own short films.Meetings
Wednesdays, SEM 2 D1107 @1:30-3:30Email
Our mission is to create a community space, provide resources and support for students pursuing a pre-med academic route or anyone interested in the medical field.Email
Masters of Environmental Studies Association
The Masters of Environmental Studies Association (MESA) is dedicated to addressing the academic and social needs of the MES students. We host the Rachel Carson Forum,which provides a public space to raise important environmental concerns within our community, every years. The Rachel Carson Forum is our largest event. We also do other events such as volunteering at CLT.
Mixed Kids Club
To create an open and safe space for people who identify as mixed race.Meetings
Wednesdays, Library 0406 @ 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Movimiento Estudiantil Xicanx de Aztlan (MEXA)
A student organization that promotes higher education, cultura, & historia. MEXA de Evergeen strives to expand the definition of Xicanismo to encompass the struggle of everyone who relates to own cause. MEXA was founded on the principles of self determination for the liberation of our people.EmailWebsites
Our mission, if you choose to accept it, is to provide an outlet for stress as students navigate their weeks. We will achieve this by offering terrible movies at least once a week.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 7:30pm, SEM 2 D1105Email
Our goal is to collectively share knowledge and tools needed to understand the Fungal Kingdom and how it unites all life forms.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 3pm to 5:00pm, Longhouse 1007B.
Our mission is to support students living with a mental health condition.
Wednesdays, SEM 2 E3109, 6:30pm - 8:00pm as well as Every other Wednesday; 1/31, 2/14, 2/28. SEM 2 C3109, 5:30 to 6:30
Native Student Alliance
The Native Student Alliance (NSA) focuses on building community among Native American Students on the Evergreen Campus. Our mission is to enrich the college experience for Native Students as well as amplifying the voice and presence of Indigenous Students as it relates to the policices and culture of the Evergreen State College.
The mission and purpose of our Pasifika Roots is to bring awareness of the Pacific Island culture and traditions to Evergreen.Meetings
every other Friday (odd weeks) @ 5pm-7pm, Unity LoungeEmail
Perennial Players Theatre Troupe
Perennial Players is first and foremost, art with a meaning. Our goal is to create art through theater that impacts the people who see the shows in one way or another. We have a focus on social justice shows, both straight plays and musicals. "Love the art in yourself, not yourself in the art."Meetings
Auditions: February 1 in COM 335 from 4-5 pm February 2 in COM 335 from 4-6 pm Dance Audition February 3 from 4-6 pmEmailWebsites
We exist to create a community of printmakers to share work, critiques, and tips with, as well as to have a space for printmakers to further develop their work through informal group critiques (twice a quarter) as well as a space to exchange ideas, resources, or suggestions, and to expose each other to new types of art and new ways of thinking about printmaking.
The mission of ReCAP (formally the Women's Resource Center) is to promote and advocate for gender equity and social justice on campus and in the larger community. Our office strives to be a safe place to get information and connect with campus and community services. We provide free menstrual supplies, safe sex supplies, pregnancy tests, educational resources, and reading material for check-out.
Riot to Follow Theatre Productions
Riot to Follow aims to provide an inclusive, professional, and student driven theater experience for everyone on our campus. We provide opportunities for students from all majors and experience levels. We aim to make all of our shows free for students and the surrounding Olympia community, so as to be better able to spread and celebrate theater!Meetings
Auditions January 29 and 30 from 6-8 pm in COM Lobby.EmailWebsites
The S&A Board is the student committee that allocates Services and Activities fees to all of the organizations you see here. This student committee renews itself annually and seeks new members every Fall.Meetings
Mondays & Wednesdays @ 3-5 pm, CAB 301EmailWebsites
We are here to encourage the proliferation of oysters on all shores of the Puget Sound. We do that by offering the space to experience what goes into shellfish cultivation that has been maintained by club members for almost 6 years. Every two weeks we lead tours to educate those who are interested in the tide-to-table experience. During the week, we support marine biology & other science classes. Eat, Educate, Anarchy, Repeat,Email
We are a group of students interested in bringing the skate community together. Shred is the mission. Skate or die.
Snow Slide Club
Our mission is to provide students with a chance to escape the hardships of school and go to a mountain to float over powder. We give students a chance to express themselves in the form of a beautiful sport, and give other snowboarders and skiiers a community to go to the mountain and shred with.Meetings
Fridays, 4:15 - 5:00 pm, TV Lounge in Student Activities CAB 3rd Floor
Student Art Gallery
The Student Art Gallery is a network of students striving to provide support, community & education for students interested in observing, creating, submitting & curating art.EmailWebsites
Student Martial Arts Club
SMAC's intent is to create inclusive spaces for students of varying styles, experience levels, and identities to advance their understandings of self defense and practical martial arts. We're a style-free space and open to all styles of practical martial arts! SMAC classes and meetings will be done in an open-mat style to create a safe and inclusive student space. Whether you're curious about martial arts/self defense or you want to practice techniques you already know, everyone is welcome!Email
Students for Food Security
"Food Security" means "The state of having reliable access to a sufficient quality of affordable, nutritious food." We're passionate about making sure our classmates and community members have enough to eat through volunteering at the on- campus food bank and spreading the word to student and community members.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 2pm - 3pm, CCBLA (SEM 2 E2115)EmailWebsites
Support Tribal Sovereignty
Our mission is to support tribal sovereignty.
Our mission is to begin a conversation about our own relationships with technology. Our group hopes to educate ourselves and the community on how technology affects our everyday lives and to advocate for a more ethical relationship with technology. Our intention is to raise community awareness and encourage people to take control of their own relationship with technology,Meetings
Mondays @ 5 pm - 6 pm, Lecture Hall Classroom 8Email
The Evergreen Zine Club
A space for creators to congregate and collaborate in the design, production, and distribution of zines.Email
The Geoduck Climbing Coalition
Our mission is to maintain and operate the CRC climbing gym at the standards expected by the student body. Furthermore, we will provide programming to actively engage students with the climbing gym and outdoor climbing wall.Email
The Lucid Dreamers
Our group hopes to increase awareness of the world of lucid dreaming, along with the potential uses of this hybrid state of consciousness. Our goal is to remind ourselves of the significance of dreams to help us connect with the unconscious of an individual and collective level with honesty, respect, and openness to new ideas. We will gather dreamers to encourage formation of dream groups for analusis and exploration in a safe environment, to teach techniques for increasing lucidity and navigation within the dream world, and to inspire further research into the nature of dreaming.
The Magic Club
The Magic Club is dedicated to providing a safe, dedicated space for the Evergreen community members to play, practice and discuss the game Magic: The Gathering in both formailand informal, casual and competitive ways.Websites
Trans Umbrella Resilience Network (TURN)
TURN (Trans Umbrella Resilience Network) is a group dedicated to being there for all students under the trans umbrella at TESC and hosting events that are geared towards them.Meetings
Mondays, Trans and Queer Center @ 5-6pm
Triangle Club of Evergreen
The mission of this club is to a.) provide an open and accepting place for the LGBTQ+ Community of Evergreen State College, and the surrounding area, to come and socialize, b.) To work with the school (Trans and Queer Center, Administration, etc.) on creating an more accepting, understanding, and welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ Community of Evergreen State College and, c.) to provide education to the Evergreen State Student Body, Faculty, Administration, and surrounding community about LGBTQ+ issues.Meetings
Fridays, Sem 2 A2109 @ 2-4pm Sundays, HCC @ 5-7pm
Vegans and Vegetarians of Ev.
The purpose of V.V.E. is to raise awareness about issues such as environmental impacts, animal rights, nutrition/wellness, and human rights. While also strengthing community relations and making our campus more healthy and more compassionate.Meetings
Mondays, Lecture Hall 8 @ 3:30-5:00pmEmail
WashPIRG - Evergreen Chapter
WashPIRG aims to promote an ethic of civic responsibility by actively engaging students in a broad range of social issues through a program of civic engagement, public interest research and advocacy.
Wednesdays @ 4:30 pm- 6:30 pm, Lecture Hall 04EmailWebsites
Way of Tea
Way of Tea Club's mission is to promote awareness of Japanese and Chinese culture through the tea ceremony, as well as showing how Japanese culture has influenced and has been influenced by other cultures. We seek to bring peace and understanding across cultures and to find our own inner peace. We will hold tea events and trips for club members to immerse themselves into the origins of tea, the affect of tea in our daily lives, and the traditional tea ceremonies.EmailWebsites
Women in Science at Evergreen (W.I.S.E.)
Women in Science at Evergreen (WISE) is an organization dedicated to helping woman-identified science students at The Evergreen State College create community around the common goal of reducing unconscious bias and discrimination toward women scientists.
Wednesdays, SEM 2 D2109 @ 1-3pm (ODD weeks) and @ 4-8pm (EVEN weeks)Websites
Zombies at Evergreen
We host the most unique and exciting theme and team based games and related events for students to play on the Evergreen campus.Websites