Find Your Counselor
Find the regional counselor for your state (or specific Washington/California county) below. Exceptions to a regional counselor include; Returning Greeners, Veterans, International Students, and those applying to the Tacoma or Native Pathways Program. Each of which has their own specialized Counselor, which are also listed below.
Need help identifying your Counselor? email the Admissions staff or call (360) 867-6170.
You can also connect directly with our Student Ambassadors to get to know current students and ask them anything about Evergreen.
Admissions Counseling Staff
Enthusiastic about the liberal arts, Wade is excited to help students take steps toward their academic and professional goals at Evergreen. Wade serves freshmen and transfer students from Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
George serves high school and transfer students in Nevada, and Southern California counties (those south of and including San Luis Obispo, Kern, and San Bernadino). As well as eastern Washington students in Adams, Lincoln, Ferry, Stevens, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Whitman, Garfield, Columbia, Asotin, Walla Walla, Franklin, Benton.
Fluent Languages: English and Spanish.
Carl is committed to promoting college access and students' success. His priority is helping community partners and families make higher education a reality for students.
Carl serves all International students. In addition to Washington students from Yakima, Kittitas, Grant, Douglas, Chelan, Okanogan counties. Plus Pierce County Freshmen. Carl serves students residing in the following states: NE, KS, MN, IA, MO, WI, IL, MI, IN, KY, OH, WV, VA, PA, NY, VT, NH, MA, RI, CT, ME, DE, MD, NJ, DC.
2022, MPA, The Evergreen State College
Serves all incoming Freshmen of Thurston county, plus all high school and transfer students in the Washington counties Clallam, Jefferson, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, Mason, San Juan, and Island counties.
Jasmin (she/her) is passionate about diversity and inclusion and is motivated to support students starting their college journey. As a multicultural person, Jasmin is especially versed in cultural understanding and communication.
Languages: English, Arabic, and Italian.
2019, B.A., The Evergreen State College
2017 A.A.S., Personal Fitness Training
2017 A.A. General
Re-Entry Navigator Support, Admissions Counseling
Call (360) 867-5947
James provides college navigation and continued support to formerly incarcerated, justice-involved, and recovering students. As a formerly incarcerated college graduate, James knows the power education has to instill hope and belief in one’s ability to succeed.
Call or Text: (360) 763-0864
Michael serves high school and transfer students in Northern California (all towns and counties north of Monterey, Kings, Tulare, and Inyo).
As an undergrad, Michael worked in a number of student employee positions. Including campus housing, team-building, and conflict mediation, as well as a number of sustainability committees. And is always happy to answer questions!
Haley serves high school and transfer students in Oregon, Idaho, and southern Washington state counties.
Maddie is the admissions counselor for King County high school students. As well as high school and transfer students from Snohomish, Skagit, and Whatcom counties.
Ray serves all Veteran students, and Washington's Pierce County transfer students. In addition to all students of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.
Kyle serves all returning Evergreen and post-baccalaureate students. Also serves high school and transfer students from Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. While also assisting Native Pathways Program applicants.
Ashli serves transfer students in Washington King County.
Hear from our Students
Prefer to ask questions of current students? Ask about our campus, student life, academics, and more from Evergreen student ambassadors through any of these outlets:
The Evergreen State College welcomes and supports undocumented students of all ethnicities and nationalities.
The Clery Act requires colleges to disclose campus security policy and crime statistics. Information about campus safety is maintained by Police Services.