NEW - Speedy's Study Space
Continuing into the Spring quarter, Speedy’s Study Space will provide a welcoming, safe, and inclusive space for student learning and studying on the Olympia campus. Stable and consistent internet, study tables, power, and a restroom are available for student use. Information about Speedy’s Study Space hours, how students can reserve a spot, and safety protocols is available online.
Advising by Appointment
We are a smaller staff, but a mighty one, here and ready to support you! Simply email an advisor to schedule an individual or group zoom chat to talk through ideas, answer your questions, and connect with us!
Registration for new clubs is now closed. Please see our campus listing of student clubs here.
There is very limited access to campus, and we are following all health and safety guidelines. For this reason, there will not be events held on campus in person for the beginning of 2021. Clubs and Student Governance groups who have Special Initiative budgets will work with their advisors to determine their ability to host and support low-risk, virtual events. Any virtual events approved will be communicated via newsletter and the campus calendar.
Spiritual Well-being and Holistic Care - NEW
Chaplain Melissa Bennett, Student Activities Assistant Director of Spirituality and Meaning Making, is available for 1 to 1 spiritual care – accompanying students as they navigate college life. Spiritual Care is for everyone – spiritual and non-spiritual, religious and non-religious, you can be from any faith tradition or no faith tradition. It is a campus resource that provides a space to talk about purpose, belonging, community, connection, grief, joy, and deepening your relationship with self and others. Melissa is committed to justice work and can assist you in finding practices that help you feel grounded, feel centered, express your values, find meaning in your role as a student, and help you integrate your learning into your whole self.
The Geoduck Student Union (GSU) will continue to meet virtually via zoom. Their schedule is available and updated.
The Student Fee Allocation Board (S&A Board) will be hiring students and undergoing training this Fall. Applications are available on CODA.
The Clean Energy Committee (CEC) is not in service this year as the fee will be on pause this year. Again, students will not be charged the CEC fee this year. Funded projects from previous years will continue to receive support.
Greeners Planning Activities (GPA) will continue to work and plan remotely and produce a smaller number of virtual events this Fall.
Cooper Point Journal
The Cooper Point Journal is an online student news publication this quarter with regular articles and contributions on the latest news, art, horoscopes, thoughts, and opinions of the Evergreen community.
KAOS 89.3FM Community Radio continues to produce great programming thanks to a co-curricular partnership with faculty. Students interested in learning more should contact General Manager Jon Hamilton. Look for new, paid student internships with credit bearing opportunities this Fall!
The Flaming Eggplant Café
The Café will continue to be on hiatus for Spring and Summer while the academic program focuses on new opportunities to serve food to the campus community. Interested in building a part of the Eggplant’s future? Enroll in the academic program! More information is available in the Academic Catalog.
Evergreen Student Civic Engagement Institute (ESCEI)
This pre-orientation program is now completely virtual, has no program fee, and is available to all the Evergreen Community. Join ESCEI September 21-25 for great virtual programs.
The CAB is closed this Spring. If you need access to a cubicle or office space to retrieve items, please contact us to schedule an appointment and discuss COVID-19 safety protocols. Please do not show up at the CAB without first talking with a staff member.
The Evergreen COVID-19 webpage is updated frequently. Find more information about student services across campus.