174-136-044 Use of college facilities for expressive activities
The Evergreen State College is an educational institution established and maintained by the people of Washington state to carry out the mission of teaching, research and public service. College facilities exist for the primary purpose of supporting that mission and related educational activities.
Students holding vocational or technical associate degrees from certain approved two-year colleges and programs may be eligible for Evergreen's Upside-Down Degree program. The office of admissions will review a student's record in order to determine possible eligibility and, if approved, the academic advising office will assist the student in formulating an educational plan. In general, this plan will require 90 credits at Evergreen in liberal arts, with a minimum of 32 credits in coordinated studies outside the academic area of the two-year degree.
- Only science upper-division credit is asterisked in credit equivalencies.
- An explanation is included with the transcript: “Asterisks next to credit equivalencies indicate upper-division science credit that can be applied toward fulfillment of the B.S. degree. Upper-division credit in other subjects is indicated in program descriptions, evaluations of students, and/or titles of course equivalencies.” Faculty will specify level of the class (e.g., first year, all-level, upper division) at the beginning of the program description.
The Office of Financial Aid is required by state and federal regulations to monitor the academic progress of every student receiving financial aid to ensure that the students are making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward a baccalaureate degree. A student who is not achieving this goal (according to the student’s entire academic history at Evergreen) is not eligible to receive financial aid.
The Board of Trustees of The Evergreen State College reaffirms its position on tuition policy.
Access to public higher education for the citizens of Washington is a matter of critical public concern; policies governing access should be set by the highest public policy making body in the state -- the Washington State Legislature. The chief factors that determine access for students are tuition and financial aid, which are in turn largely affected by state general fund support.
1. Basis for Travel Rules and Regulations
The College's travel rules, regulations and procedures are based on State travel law, as provided in RCW 43.03. The Statewide requirements covering the general administrative practices to be observed by State agencies are described in the State Administrative and Accounting Manual (SAAM), published by the State of Washington's Office of Financial Management.
Every student at Evergreen has the right to receive a prompt and thorough evaluation of work completed. This is an essential element of the learning and, therefore, of the teaching process. Consequently, it is the responsibility of every member of the faculty to complete the evaluation of each student's work in a timely fashion at the end of an academic program, internship or individual learning contract. At the end of each quarter, students for whom
Every student at Evergreen has the right to receive a prompt and thorough evaluation of work completed. This is an essential element of the learning and, therefore, of the teaching process. Consequently, it is the responsibility of every member of the faculty to complete the evaluation of each student's work in a timely fashion at the end of an academic program, internship or individual learning contract. At the end of each quarter, students for whom evaluations are required are indicated on my.evergreen.edu. .