Learning at Evergreen is unlike learning anywhere else.
Evergreen student stories reveal how this liberal arts college sparked their imagination and met their expectations. Their passion for learning is infectious as they recall their "aha!" moments.
Evergreen graduates go on to make a difference through their work and in their communities.
Complete the Request Info form (future freshman • future transfer student) and Admissions will stay in touch with you. You’ll be able to share the publications that describe Evergreen’s liberal arts learning community with your family. You'll be invited to attend events held in Olympia and to receptions held in your community.
Visit and Experience Evergreen
Schedule your visit. Tour the campus, talk to students, and sit in on a class. You can even spend the night in campus housing. Experience for yourself what makes being a Greener so great.
If you can't visit, take a virtual campus tour . The tour guide, Erin, will meet you on the parkway and walk around the entire campus. The 360-degree panoramic images will put you right in the center of Red Square, the Organic Farm, the biology lab, the arts annex atrium or freshman housing.
- Admissions requirements for freshman or for transfer students.
- Apply for admission.
- Apply for financial aid, scholarships, and campus housing.
The Evergreen State College in Olympia is one of just 44 institutions named a 2015 Fiske Best Buy School. The designation recognizes institutions in the U.S., Canada, and Britain that offer “the best education at the most reasonable costs.”
Fiske Guide Best Buy, since 2010
G.I. Jobs Military Friendly School for 2014, rated with a 3.9 out of 4 for veteran resources.
Member, G.I. Jobs, since 2011
“There are precious few public institutions where the faculty feels as close to the students or values them as highly.”
Member, Colleges That Change Lives, since 1996
“Evergreen offers outstanding academics, which is the primary criteria for our choice of schools for the book.” Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges are profiled in the book.