Student Summative Self-Evaluations
What is a Summative Self-Evaluation?
A Summative Student Self-Evaluation is an evaluation that you write in your last few quarters at Evergreen. It allows you to contemplate and review your entire undergraduate career, and to create a coherent synthesis of your academic pathway, while interpreting (especially for outside readers such as employers and graduate schools) the most significant themes and accomplishments of your journey. The evaluation itself should be a maximum of 2 single-spaced pages long. This should be completed no later than one quarter after you leave or graduate.
Write Your Summative Self-Evaluation
Go to my.evergreen.edu. Your @evergreen.edu login is required and allows you to save draft evaluations to a secure location, then return and make changes prior to printing final copies.
If you have questions about using this online application go to the Evaluation Help page.
Go here for Login Help
If you're still having login trouble, visit the consultants at the Computer Center (L2606) or call them at 360.867.6231 (option 2).
Want feedback as you write your evaluation?
The Writing Center values the student's voice in the evaluation process and recommends individual consultation with peer tutors to discuss the art of drafting effective evaluations. For more information about writing your Summative Self-Evaluation, visit the Writing Center.
Where do completed forms go?
Mail or hand-deliver one final copy with your original signature to the Registration & Records Office. It will be included in your transcript.