Forms

Enrollment Forms for New Families

Please print, fill out and bring the following forms with you to your initial center orientation.  Thank you!

Budget Information

Budget Overview

The Budget 101 (PDF) document provides a general overview of Evergreen’s budget including sources of revenue and categories of expenditures.

Comprehensive Fee and Rate Listing (PDF)

KAOS Radio Receives Grant for Digital Programming

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"In The Know" Radio

November 20, 2008

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Host: Let’s face it. The world could use a little more KAOS. Now, thanks to a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), it’s going to get exactly that.

Evergreen Names 2008 National Native Master Artists

The Longhouse Educational and Cultural Center at Evergreen Names 2008 National Native Master Artists


The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at The Evergreen State College is pleased to announce its 2008 national grant recipients. Twenty four grants were awarded to Native artists, organizations and tribes throughout the United States.

Evergreen Recognized as a College of Distinction

The schools in this group are some of the very best in the country. Some are household names, some are ‘hidden in plain sight’; what they all share is that they are great places to get an education.

- Wesley L. Creel, president and founder of Colleges of Distinction

Evergreen receives nearly $5.8 million in GEAR UP funding

(Olympia, Wash.) The Evergreen State College’s Student and Academic Support Services department will receive a $5,760,000 six-year GEAR UP grant from the Department of Education.

GEAR UP – an acronym for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs – has been an Evergreen tradition since 2002. GEAR UP grants are designed to increase the rates of college attendance by working with students beginning in middle school. The national program is focused on reducing poverty by supporting students’ efforts to prepare for college and encouraging retention in schools.

Lynda Barry Tells us "What it Is"

Cartoonist and writer Lynda Barry, an alumna of The Evergreen State College is on tour for her new book, “What It Is.” She’s best-known for “Ernie Pook’s Comeek,” which was first published in the Cooper Point Journal at Evergreen.

She is appearing at 8 p.m. Wednesday at The Evergreen State College Experimental Theater, 2700 Evergreen Parkway N.W., Olympia.

More information: 360-867-6833, or online at Evergreen Expressions

2008 Opus Prize Winner Speaks on the Lives of the Dalit (Untouchable) Caste

Krishnamal Jagannathan, founder of "Land for Tillers' Freedom," has devoted her life to the Dalit ("Untouchable") Caste in Tamil Nadu, India. She will receive the 2008 International Opus Prize in Seattle on November 18. The Opus Prize is a $1 million faith-based humanitarian award and two $100,000 awards given annually to recognize unsung heroes of any faith tradition, anywhere in the world, solving today’s most persistent social problems.

She will speak 7 p.m., Thursday, November 13, in the Recital Hall, Comm. Bldg.

Bill Ransom’s Latest Poetry Collection Published

The Woman and the War Baby Weaves Calamity with Renewal to Indicate Poignancy in the Pedestrian and Interpose Serenity amidst Chaotic Circumstance

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