Cleaning Products

RAD Services and Facilities use green products when we clean because they are economic, effective, and non-toxic. We encourage students to do the same. Two ways you can do this are in selecting environmentally-friendly cleaning products and collaboratively purchasing them with those around you to reduce consumption and waste. You can also make your own cleaning products in small batches from common household items. Some simple recipes are listed below.

Resources for determining which cleaners are really 'green'

Commercial Composting

A campus waste audit conducted by students estimated that half of Evergreen's landfill waste is compostable.

Free Store

Everyone in the Evergreen community is familiar with the three R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle) but “reuse” is frequently the one least utilized. The Free Store is helping to change that.  Operated by volunteers from the Sustainability House and other students, the Free Store is located in the Housing Community Center. Items often donated and available for free include clothing, books, CDs, kitchen utensils, and shoes, but include much more!

RAD Sustainability

Featured Sustainability Initiative: Sustainability Community

Living a Greener Life

Minimizing our impact on the environment and addressing social and economic injustices is a big part of our sustainability initiatives in RAD Services. The links below provide more information and resources for students and community members interested in learning how RAD is becoming less unsustainable.

Evergreen Gallery at The Evergreen State College Presents Environmental Artist Basia Irland

Evergreen Gallery at The Evergreen State College is sponsoring a project by environmental artist Basia Irland. The artist will be on campus October 21-27 to talk about her art and encourage people to participate in her project 'A Gathering of Waters.' The grass-roots participatory project about the Nisqually River connects people and focuses attention on finding ways to protect and honor our rivers. Irland’s illustrated lectures will be Tuesday October 21, 4 pm in Lecture Hall 1 and Wednesday October 22, 10 am in the Recital Hall, Communications Building.

Contact Us

Scott L. Elliott
Associate Director, Office of Financial Aid & Student Employment
Library Building, 1st Floor, Room 1102
(360) 867-5521
Email: elliotts@evergreen.edu

 

Training Opportunities for Students

Training opportunities provided through the Student Employment Office will help you to be a more knowledgeable and effective employee in your current job and are also designed to help you in future jobs at Evergreen or other places.

Students who attend a session will receive a certificate of attendance. You may wish to keep these in your portfolio, or your supervisor may wish to see them. Some supervisors are able to pay you for the hours you spend in these trainings; others are not. Be sure to check with your supervisor about this.

The QuaSR Center at the Evergreen Tacoma Campus


protractor and organic chemistry modelMath & Science Tutoring at Tacoma

The QuaSR Center will be offering drop-in tutoring for math and science on the Evergreen Tacoma Campus beginning Fall 2008. Students currently enrolled in this year's program who have demonstrated proficiency in their areas of focus will be available as QuaSR Tutors on:


Tuesday 9 - 10am, 2 - 3pm, 5 - 6pm
Wednedsy 9 - 10am, 2 - 6pm

Are You Registered to Vote?

The Daniel J. Evans Library’s Government Documents/Maps proudly presents

Voter Registration Drive
Sept. 29 – Oct. 3, 2008

As the 2008 election nears, it is time to let your voice be heard. Take the time to join us on Red Square next week and join in the fun! Voter Registration Deadline is Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008.

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