Visit Evergreen

Schedule a virtual visit or go on a virtual tour any time of year to experience Evergreen for yourself!

Virtual Visits

Attend an information session, speak with current students, ask faculty your burning questions. Attend one or all of them. There are plenty of options to meet your scheduling needs.

For a limited time, when you complete and submit your application after attending a virtual visit we will waive the $50 application fee.

Virtual Evergreen Information Session

Information session with an admissions counselor and student ambassador about your educational experience at Evergreen.

Offered Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 9 am and 2 pm. As well as 6 pm on Thursdays.

Request a Campus Tour

To receive options for a student-guided tour, please fill out this form so we can get back to you! If possible, please give us at least a week's notice so we can find an available student or counselor.

Request a Campus Tour

If you find yourself in the area and wish to explore campus yourself, the campus is open to the public. However, buildings are closed, and food options are limited, so plan accordingly.

Get a Self-Guided Tour Booklet

For planning your trip, you can find directions and tips to exploring Olympia via our Tour page.

Student Panel

Register for a one-hour session with current students answering your questions about what it’s like to be to a Greener.

Faculty Q&A

Meet our brilliant faculty and learn how academics work at Evergreen.

Upside Down Transfer Option Information Sessions

Learn how to turn your Applied Technology AA into a bachelor’s degree – without losing credit!

Application Workshop

We’ll waive your fee as we guide you through the application step-by-step!

Virtual campus tour

If you'd like to see the campus, we’ve got you covered. Take our virtual campus tour with 360˚ panoramic photos, student profile videos, and an interactive campus map.

Available in English, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Exploring Evergreen

If you'd like to learn more about our academic model and programs, you can explore those topics with these videos. They're especially useful if you missed a virtual information session!  As these will catch you a little more up to speed!

Student in a titration chemistry lab in the program Introduction to Natural Science