Student Activities

Where Greeners learn how to start a club, join a Governance group, learn about campus meetings, events, and workshops.

Hello Winter 2023

Upcoming Event: Club Activities Fair

Get to know your campus clubs on January 18, 2023.

Join us in Evans Hall Lobby (Library Lobby) from 12 pm - 3 pm to learn about campus clubs and their plans for the new year!

Office Access & Hours – Holiday Break

Open Monday - Thursday: 9 am - 5 pm
Fridays: Staff available virtually

Connect with Student Activities

You can reach out to office staff at, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom. Appointments can be made through our Bookings calendar (login required). 

Advising by Appointment  

We are a smaller staff, but a mighty one, here and ready to support you! Simply visit our Bookings calendar (login required) to schedule an individual or group zoom chat. Here, we are able to continue connecting with you, talk through ideas, answer your questions, and offer you support! 

Student Clubs 

Registration for new clubs continue throughout Winter quarter. For introductory information on all things clubs and to view the schedule of upcoming Registration Workshops at our Start a Club webpage. To see which clubs are currently formed, see our listing of campus clubs.  


Events held on campus will adhere to current COVID-19 safety guidelines. Clubs and Student Governance groups are hosting regular meetings and events. Students have access to a the full schedule of campus activities via their Schedule Evergreen calendar (login required). Any public events (virtual or in-person) will be communicated via the campus calendar. 

Student Governance  

  • 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) is formed and will begin hearing budget proposals in January 2023. 

  • The Clean Energy Committee (CEC) supports the creation of models for climate solutions through collaborative on-campus research. We carry the responsibility of representing the interest of the student body as we appropriate the Clean Energy Fund.

  • The Tacoma S&A Committee continues to meet virtually and may be contacted for more information. 

  • The Native Pathways Governance Group will continue to meet virtually and can be contacted for more information.  

Cooper Point Journal 

The Cooper Point Journal commit their efforts to two primary purposes: compiling submissions from students at large to create a newspaper that focuses on and reflects the student citizens of The Evergreen State College and examines how matters, particularly within the college, affect and involve students.  

KAOS Radio 

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! 

COVID-19 Updates 

The Evergreen COVID-19 webpage is updated frequently. Find more information about student services across campus.  


To provide advising, training, resources, budget management, and encouragement to help student leaders grow, explore, and be themselves. We work with the student body, creating a welcoming space for students to learn and collaborate across significant differences.


A thriving and engaged campus, where students are granted the freedom to show up authentically as their true selves, and leave ready to think critically, advocate for themselves, and take ownership of their futures so as to contribute to creating a more just world.


  • Transparency
  • Equity
  • Inclusion
  • Mentorship
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Fun

As part of the Evergreen community, all values within the Social Contract are supported and upheld. We encourage everyone to reflect on these values as they engage in our community.