Living and Dining on Campus
Campus housing provides a long list of benefits, including free internet, a short commute, and convenient access to great events.
Dining on campus offers flexible and easy ways to get healthy, sustainable food options – and places to spend quality time together.
Evergreen’s 1,000-acres campus has winding trails, lush forests, an organic farm, and its own beach on Puget Sound. There’s no other college like it.
Wellness, Recreation and Athletics
Student Wellness Services is your go-to resource for counseling and medical services on campus.
Geoduck Athletics are a great way to jump in, stretch your skills, create new relationships, and have an awesome time.
The Costantino Recreation Center (CRC), our extensive athletic complex, offers plenty of outlets for fitness, exercise, self-discipline, and other activities to keep your body and spirit healthy.
What in the world is a geoduck? Learn all about our bizarre and beloved mascot, Speedy, who has appeared on dozens of “oddest mascots” lists.
Student groups represent interests in art, music, spirituality, culture, politics, environmental issues, gaming, and more. Whatever your thing, you’ll find it here.
Also check out:
- KAOS, the local, volunteer-DJ'ed, community radio station.
- The Cooper Point Journal, the student-run newspaper.
- The Evergreen Gallery, which features student shows and special exhibitions from visiting artists.
Our neighbors are oceans, mountains, rain forests, and two of America’s coolest cities. There’s plenty to do in and around Olympia.
Flexible Options for All Learners
Evergreen has generous transfer policies and flexible options for attending college, which is perfect for students of all ages, educational backgrounds, and life experience.
Whether you have credits from technical college, community college, or other four-year institutions, all transferrable credits count toward your degree. You can even earn credit for life experience!
We offer evening and weekend studies, as well as upper-level courses at our Tacoma campus for the benefit of working students.
Diversity on Campus
The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center promotes indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, creative expression and economic development.
First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, and Queer Support Services assists students in achieving academic, social, and professional goals.
Inclusive Excellence and Student Success is the home of services designed to support our diverse community. From advising, to training, to funding community events, we provide resources and support for equity at Evergreen.
The Veterans Resource Center will help you receive all the benefits you have earned through your service to our country.
Learning and Study Resources
The Daniel J. Evans Library in Evans Hall provides access to 16 million books, research resources, movies, music, and media production equipment and training.
The Organic Farm is a working farm that serves as a learning laboratory for organic agriculture.
Computing and technology covers all your bases: general-purpose labs, specialty rigs, and wifi, of course.
There’s a lot more, too. View all learning and study resources and check out our page of great resources for current students.
Careers and Volunteering
Greeners are excited to contribute the best of themselves to the world. We like to say they can do anything, because they do—90% of our graduates find success in careers, service, or in grad schools across the globe just one year after graduation.
Academic and Career Advising can help you with your job search, resume, interviewing, graduate school aspirations, and life direction.
Get an on-campus job or internship and build professional experience, have peace of mind, and get some extra cash.
The Center for Community-Based Learning and Action (CCBLA) links students and faculty with organizations working on a variety of issues.