Congratulations on Your Admission!

Now that you’re in, here’s how to get started on your journey to becoming a new Greener.

Activate your student account

The starting point on your journey to becoming a Greener is a site we call My Evergreen. Think of it as a central hub for updates on financial aid, housing, registration, and even jobs for students. Once you’re a student, online tools for your programs will live here, too.

Discover your new home on campus

Living on campus links you directly to Evergreen’s vibrant community. Students who live on campus do better in classes and make more friends.

Pay your tuition deposit

Your non-refundable tuition deposit reserves your spot at Evergreen and allows you to select your programs when registration opens. After you activate your Evergreen account, you can pay your tuition deposit online.

If you’re a transfer student, we’ll evaluate your transfer credits after you pay your deposit.

Get started: advising, registration, and new student orientation


  1. Complete the online registration tutorial (available within 24 hours of activating your Evergreen account).
  2. Register for classes at My Evergreen from April 27 – May 5, and the week of May 20.
  3. Plan to attend New Student Orientation the week of September 24th.

Transfer students

  1. Sign up for Transfer Advising Day.
  2. Complete the online registration tutorial (available within 24 hours of activating your Evergreen account).
  3. Register for classes the week of May 20.
  4. Plan to attend New Student Orientation the week of September 24th.

Dig deep for financial aid and scholarships

We encourage all students to apply for financial aid every year, which will help to reduce tuition costs. Financial aid comes in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, tuition waivers, work study, and tax credits.

Already filled out your FAFSA? By April 1st, you can check the status of your financial aid award at My Evergreen. If you haven't applied yet, it’s never too late to file your FAFSA or WAFSA.

Visit campus

It’s a campus that must be seen to be believed. Evergreen features modern architecture nestled in more than 1,000 acres of spirited northwest forest. if you haven’t already, schedule a tour or attend Admitted Student Open House.

Get a job on campus

You can find jobs on campus regardless of financial aid status. The Student Employment Office is a resource for students seeking jobs and information about working on or off campus, and the work study program.

Immunization records

Evergreen is committed to the health and safety of all members of the campus community. The measles immunization form (PDF) is required from all students. The form also includes a waiver to complete if you were not vaccinated. Student Wellness Services provides additional information about immunization.

Finalizing your admission

Before you can begin at Evergreen, you’ll need to successfully complete any current coursework and submit final transcripts. You'll hear from us by email and postal mail if we need additional materials.

You’ve been offered admission to the college for the term indicated in your Letter of Admission. Find out more about understanding your offer of admission.