Living/learning communities for returning and transfer students
Quiet Housing was created for residents who requested an environment that will remain quiet for study, sleep and recreation. Residents and their guests agree to low noise levels regardless of the time of day or day of the week.
Designated quiet hours in Quiet housing:
- Sunday through Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 a.m.
- Friday and Saturday from midnight to 10 a.m.
Residential and Dining Services expects residents living in Quiet housing to confront noise violations in their living space, hallways and entryways. If this confrontation is unsuccessful, contact your Resident Assistant or Police Services.
Residents who create a noise disturbance in Quiet Housing will receive a warning and/or be referred to arbitration to be held accountable to the community noise standards. If residents are unable or unwilling to resolve their dispute, it may result in their removal from the Quiet Housing community.
Buildings N and P will be the Quiet Housing apartments for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Safe-space housing for students who identify as: lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, transgender/ gender non-conforming/gender queer, and/or intersex, as well as committed allies. This housing is designed to promote personal growth and community-building within a safe and supportive environment. Gender is not used as a designation in making housing assignments here.
Rainbow Fort is in building Q for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Clean Air Housing
Clean Air Housing is for students who do not smoke any substances, do not spend time around smoke, do not have service/support animals, and agree to work with roommates regarding sensitivity to fragrances.
Clean Air Housing is in building H for the 2013-2014 academic year.
The illegal use of alcohol and/or drugs is prohibited in the State of Washington and Evergreen Residential and Dining Services. The purpose of Substance Free is to foster a living environment in which abstinence from alcohol and drugs will be respected and residents can be assured that substance use and/or abuse will not be a factor in their residential lives. All residents of Substance Free Housing agree to the following:
- The possession and consumption of alcohol and/or illicit drugs is prohibited in Substance Free regardless of a person's age.
- Residents or guests may not be under the influence of alcohol or any illicit drugs while present in Substance Free Housing.
- Residential and Dining Services expects that residents living in Substance Free housing will confront any substance violations in their living space, hallways and entryways. If this confrontation is unsuccessful, contact your Resident Assistant or Police services.
- Residents who use alcohol and/or illicit drugs in restricted areas will receive a warning and/or be referred to arbitration to be held accountable to the community Substance Free standards. If residents are unable or unwilling to resolve their dispute, it may result in their removal from the Substance Free community.
- It is the responsibility of hosts to ensure that their guests understand and follow the policies and intent of the Substance Free community.
Living in Substance Free is voluntary. If you do not intend to keep drugs and alcohol out of your life, do not sign up for Substance Free.
|Good reasons||Bad Reasons|
|I don't drink or use drugs.||My parents don't think I drink alcohol or use drugs.|
|I like to party without drinking or using and my neighbors/roommates agree.||I like to party with drugs and/or alcohol but I like being in a quiet dorm where other people aren't drinking or using.|
|I like to live with a community of people who will support me in my decision to not drink or use.||Substance Free was all that was still available in the rooms I like.|
|It's a great place to live.||I wanted to live with my friends and I know they won't mind if I have a beer now and then.|
Building S will be Substance Free for the 2013-2014 academic year.
A community of students who are committed to a more environmentally conscious lifestyle, issues such as social justice and sustainable agriculture, and related activism. To be considered for the Sustainability Community, students must submit an application expressing their interest in sustainability-related issues.
Visit the Sustainability Community webpage to learn more about the sustainability community and the application.