Education Meets Community
Nestled in the historic Hilltop neighborhood, the Tacoma Campus offers a dynamic and inclusive learning environment that celebrates diversity, innovation and community engagement.
Interdisciplinary Education Shapes Tomorrow's Leaders
Our unique curriculum empowers students to explore a wide range of subjects, connecting various fields of study to address complex real-world challenges.
Beyond academics, our campus is a thriving hub of community and social activities. Engage in student clubs, attend thought-provoking lectures or participate in community service initiatives. Evergreen Tacoma's community is known for its inclusive and supportive atmosphere where diverse perspectives are valued and encouraged.
Preparing You for the Your Next Step
With a focus on active and collaborative learning, we foster critical thinking, creativity and the development of practical skills that are essential for success in today's rapidly evolving society.
Our dedicated faculty members are experts in their respective fields and passionate mentors committed to nurturing your intellectual curiosity and guiding you on your educational journey. Through small class sizes, personalized attention, and a supportive learning environment, we strive to create a transformative experience that goes beyond traditional classroom boundaries.
Tacoma Faculty and Staff
Tacoma students benefit from close interaction with compassionate and experienced faculty, advisors and staff. Everyone who works at Evergreen Tacoma wants to see you succeed on your college career path and will make sure you have what you need to be successful.
Academic Dean, Tacoma
Ph.D., Leadership & Change, Antioch University, 2017; M.A., Human Development, Pacific Oaks College, 2002; B.A., Sociology, University of Washington, 1980.
LL.M., Law and Policy, University of Washington, 1981; J.D., University of Washington, 1974; B.A., Seattle University, 1971.
Law, creative writing, literature
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Washington, 1996; M.A., Human Development, Pacific Oaks College, 1991; B.A., Bilingual Bicultural Studies, University of Washington, 1983.
Ph.D., Molecular Pharmacology, Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, 1992; M.S., Pharmacology, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, 1986; M.D., Capital Medical College, Beijing, 1982.
Biology, Chinese cultural studies, molecular pharmacology
Ph.D., Environmental Science and Public Policy, George Mason University, 2004; M.E.S., The Evergreen State College, 1997; B.S., Environmental Policy and Impact Assessment, Western Washington University, 1994.
Environmental studies, public policy
Ed.D., Educational Leadership and Administration, American College of Education, 2020; M.Ed. Administrative Principalship, Program Management, Curriculum Development, City University, Seattle; MA, Human Development, Family Studies, and Relate Services, Pacific Oakes College; BA, Human Development, Family Studies and Related Services, Pacific Oakes College.
Adjunct Faculty, Tacoma
M.A., Political Science, Northeastern Illinois University, 2012; B.A., Political Science, Northeastern Illinois University, 2010.
A third of Evergreen Tacoma students are African-American. More detailed information about the program's rich demographics is available at Institutional Research.