Clubs listed are registered and active for the current school year.
New and returning clubs will have to re-register for this new academic year. Please check this page regularly for updates to Evergreen's Registered Student Organizations.
Chibi Chibi Con Committee
Chibi Chibi Con is an Evergreen club and event that focuses on Japanese animation and manga and the culture that surrounds it. Our mission is to invite students and community members who are active and fans of anime, manga, and cosplay to come help us plan, run, and attend an anime convention run on the Evergreen campus! (Or over the internet while COVID sticks around!) We also have opportunities to table with us at other conventions and collaborate with industry professionals and other convention enthusiasts.
If you're an artist, video creator, theatre kid, or just want to meet new people and watch anime we hope you stop by and let us get to know you!
Cooper Point Journal
Cooper Point Journal organization members 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. The newspaper - also named Cooper Point Journal - serves as a medium for informing and entertaining students and as a forum for the ideas and opinions of students and others.The learning laboratory aspect of the CPJ organization manifests itself by developing and maintaining effective and responsible managing of operations and finances of an endeavor (newspaper) organization, as well as dealing with such life challenges as organizing efforts to develop and maintain an inclusive organization, establishing a group culture of inclusive and responsible decision making, personal and collective accountability, leadership that focuses of fulfilling organization goals and objectives by fostering an environment of consensus and cooperation rather than focusing on the decision-making authority and responsibilities of leadership, confronting injustice and discrimination.
Escape Room Club
Accepting ideas from anyone will to participate and help build escape rooms for anyone will to participate. Our group will not be exclusive and strive to involve other student groups and any faculty with an imagination and some spare time. With aims to bring students closer together in our community and build a lasting club for years to come. The list of possibilities start small: traveling to local escape rooms with small groups for ideas and to form connections, then to actually create our own escape room on campus.
Evergreen Film Appreciation Club
To engage the student community of The Evergreen State College with film of all topics and time periods, to encourage discussion about films we watch and to host and sponsor related events, such as group trips to theaters and hosting student film festivals and speakers from the local film community.
Evergreen Tabletop Guild
United by our love of role-playing games, The Evergreen Tabletop Guild is dedicated to creating a safe space where Evergreen students can discuss, organize, and play tabletop RPGS and story games together. Anyone is welcome to play and run any time of game. We're always welcoming new players so come and join us.
Fiber Arts Club
The Fiber Arts Club strives to make and inclusive and welcoming space for anyone interested in fiber arts and textiles. No amount of experience is required, only an open mind to meet new people and learn new things!
We strive for an all inclusive casual gaming space for everyone, playing everything from Mario kart, to smash, to Jackbox.
Geoduck Student Union
The Geoduck Union is the official representation of the student body at The Evergreen State College. The Union is committed to unifying students across all Evergreen campuses, serving their interests at the local, state, and national levels and empowering all students to participate in positive social and political chance while fostering a fair and diverse community. The Union works to improve student quality of life by advocating for students' rights and needs, facilitating communication among students, and ensuring a fair balance of power among faculty, staff, administration and students.
Contact information for your GSU representatives is available at the webpage below:
Global Citizenship Club
Students in The Evergreen Global Citizenship Club work to strengthen peer relationships, build our cultural competency, engage in social activities, exchange cultural ideas, and much more. Club activities and events may range from casual hangouts sharing our own cultural experiences/recipes/games/etc. to relevant field trips to taking local action on global issues. Club members drive the activities and events, so if you have a relevant idea, come to our meetings and we’ll see how we can make it happen!
Harry Potter Club
Harry Potter Club's mission is to immerse ourselves in the magical Wizarding World for entertainment and recreation. All students (witches, wizards, and muggles alike) are welcome to join this awesome group, who are still waiting to receive their Hogwarts acceptance letters! Activities include watching the 8-part film series, playing Harry Potter-themed board games, crafts, trivia, and scavenger hunts. If you are looking to take a break from your cupboard under the stairs, you have found the right place. Mischief Managed.
Herbal Medicine Club
The Herbal Medicine Club strives to provide herbal medicine materials, resources, and education to students and community members while supporting efforts to decolonize and decentralize herbal medicine. We can do so by uplifting local community herbalists and medicine projects as we learn together how to utilize herbal medicine as a tool to connect to and build relationships with plants, each other, our bodies, and place.
To empower, foster and hone skills across the spectrum of Information Technology.
Justice Involved Student Group
We focus on reducing recidivism by breaking down barriers to reentry and college access by empowering our individual and collective voices. By using data-driven, evidence-based models, we try to provide solutions that make lasting differences in the lives of currently and formerly incarcerated and justice-involved community members.
Our mission is to provide social and academic support to current MES students. We provide academic and professional opportunities for students to get involved with the Evergreen campus and greater Olympia community through
various volunteer projects. Opportunities include beach clean-ups, ecological restoration work, participation at local environmental events, participation at campus-led symposiums and forums, and service work with several state agencies and organizations. We also provide professional development opportunities by connecting students with local, regional, and state environmental events in addition to covering associated costs through our PDF
The Photography Club is an open space for photographers or similar visual artists to share, receive feedback, and create. Think critiques, brainstorming, and prompt sessions. The club will meet twice a month either completely zoom or in a hybrid format
Poetry of Boxing
Provide a safe place to nurture expressive activities, create an environment of love, harmony, creativity, deep breathing, vulnerability, and friendship.
The S&A Board is the student committee that allocates Services and Activities fees to all of the organizations you see here. This student committee renews itself annually and seeks new members every Fall.
Students for Justice in Palestine
The Ultimate Frisbee Club will promote Spirit of the Game, a core value of ultimate, while maintaining a casual, low-pressure environment for students of all skill levels to learn to play Ultimate, meet new people, and have a good time!
Students have the power to shape the future we will inherit. We work with professional staff at colleges and universities to make sure our peers have the skills, opportunities and training they need to create a better, more sustainable future for all of us. Our chapters provide the training, professional support and resources students need to tackle climate change, protect public health, revitalize our democracy, feed the hungry and more. Students have been at the forefront of social change throughout history, from civil rights, to voting rights to protecting the environment. For nearly 50 years we’ve helped students to get organized, mobilized and energized so they can continue to be on the cutting edge of positive change.
Whine and Cheese Lecture Series
A lot of really cool stories never reach the outside of our minds the way we'd really like to tell them. Whine & Cheese Lecture Series is a twice-a-month Zoom call/space devoted to sharing stories among the Evergreen community. Come prepared with at least two ears to listen to others.
Sign up in advance to tell your own tale. Use one of our weekly prompts as inspiration, or don’t do that! Bring props, costumes, friends, videos, or a slideshow to help immerse us!
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