Costs & Aid
Evergreen’s tuition is about $6,800 per year for Washington state residents and about $24,000 per year for nonresidents. By contrast, undergraduate tuition at a private liberal arts college can exceed $49,000 per year.
Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance is more than just tuition. Your annual budget includes tuition, books and supplies, room and board (regardless of where you live), transportation, and personal expenses.
This table shows the tuition for a typical full-time student taking 12 to 16 credits each quarter. The costs cover the nine-month academic year (three quarters) beginning in September and ending in June. Estimate your cost of attendance with Freshman Net Price Calculator or Transfer Net Price Calculator.
|Books and supplies||$750||$750|
|Room and board||$9,681||$9,681|
*Student fees are not included in tuition. Some fees are based on the number of credits you take each quarter. Some programs may have special fees for supplies or travel. Financial Services maintains a comprehensive list of student fees.
During the 2014–2015 academic year, 64% of Evergreen students received some form of financial aid. The average award was $12,714.
You may be eligible for aid, including grants, work study, and loans. You must file a financial aid application every year to be considered for aid.
Scholarships and tuition awards are another way for you to afford your education. Evergreen offers a variety of scholarships every year to new and continuing students. Awards range from enough to help with books to the full amount of resident tuition.
Scholastic Achievement Awards
If you are starting in fall quarter, you may be eligible for a Scholastic Achievement Award from the Office of Admissions for your first year at Evergreen. New students are automatically considered for this tuition waiver if you’re admitted by March 15. A separate application is not required for this award.
The value of the tuition waiver is based on your grade point average. Scholastic Achievement Awards may cover 8–24% of your tuition.