Undergraduate Catalog | The Evergreen State College

COVID-19 Update

Spring and Summer 2020 classes will be held remotely. Campus services are available remotely, many with altered hours. See a list of service closures and changes or additional COVID-19 preparations and information.

Academic Catalog

Some offerings listed as “Full” may be available for first or second session registration.
Select a minimum and maximum number of credits.

Undergraduate Catalog

Planning your next quarter

  • Most full-time programs are 12 or 16 credits. Take 12 credits per quarter to be considered full-time for financial aid purposes and 16 credits to graduate in four years.

  • Talk to an academic advisor to get help figuring out what coursework is best for you.

  • See enrollment reports for space availability.

Changes for Summer 2020

Evergreen will continue remote instruction through Summer Quarter 2020, with select exceptions for highly experiential courses offered in-person for the second session, should conditions allow. Summer catalog updates are ongoing as of May 8 and will be completed soon.

Changes for Fall 2020

Due to COVID-19, Fall 2020 offerings are subject to change, in accordance with guidance from the Governor’s office. Some of our offerings may be conducted remotely. Any in-person instruction will proceed with appropriate health and safety measures, including physical distancing. Evergreen is prepared to accommodate those students who need to attend classes remotely due to COVID-19 related illness, family care, quarantine, or health risk.

See more about changes to Fall and Summer instruction.

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Location:
Native Pathways - Quinault
Academic Year: 2019–20
Title Time Offered Offering Class Standing Credits Quarters
Gary Arthur

    Evening and Weekend

    Program

    JR-SR

    12

    • Spring 2020
    Gary Arthur

      Evening and Weekend

      Program

      JR-SR

      12

      • Winter 2020
      Gary Arthur

      Evening and Weekend

      Program

      JR-SR

      12

      • Fall 2019