Status of Campus Services
Information is being updated as needed Monday – Friday.
Unless stated otherwise, all services are available only by phone, email, or online until further notice.
Academic and Career Advising
Open regular hours for advising by Zoom, phone, text, and email. See the Advising website for details and contact information.
Academic Computing Center
The Computer Center and associated classrooms (LIB 2610, 2612, 2617, and 2619) are closed until further notice.
Resources are available to help with remote learning questions:
The Student Technology Support desk staff are working remotely and responding to submitted help request tickets. We are not accepting phone calls at this time.
Students with disabilities are entitled to accommodations in the online learning environment just as much as in a regular classroom. Contact Access Services if you encounter new challenges that affect your learning.
Returning students may email us to request updated accommodations for Spring Quarter. New students can email us to schedule a phone appointment to get started with services. See the Access Services website for details and contact information.
We are hosting our Evergreen Information Sessions (EIS) online for the next several weeks. Register for an EIS session today!
You can also contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the status of your application or to chat with an admissions counselor one on one.
Bookstore & Copy Center
The Bookstore is closed until further notice.
You can purchase textbooks and supply kits online. We are offering a flat rate shipping fee of $3.99 per order (not per book -- one fee for the whole order).
Art supply kits will be available online by week one, pending shipments from vendors.
Jobs can be sent to the Copy Center via email at email@example.com and we will do our best to deliver them promptly.
Campus Food Bank
Thurston County Food Bank has a drive-up food distribution point in Lot C every other Tuesday, 10 am – 3 pm, from May 5, 2020 through July 2020. Learn more about food bank distribution on campus.
For information about additional emergency food distribution (with social distancing), Thurston County Food Bank lists locations and hours, or you can reach them at (360) 352-8597.
Because of reduced staffing and building closures, we are asking offices that require mail service to send a representative to the mailroom on the first floor of the Library building to pick up the office’s incoming mail and deliver its outgoing mail.
Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4 pm. Mail will be sorted and ready for pick up by 9 am. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the mailroom at (360) 867-6482 or LinH@evergreen.edu.
Cashier & Student Accounts
Student Accounts is open regular hours by email and phone only. Bookstore advance vouchers are still being offered, and refund checks have been mailed as scheduled for Spring quarter.
Notary services is suspended while the campus is closed.
Closed until further notice. See the Children's Center website for contact information.
Costantino Recreation Center (CRC)
Closed until further notice. During this period, we are offering ways to
increase physical and mental wellness through our social media channels.
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for daily challenges, workouts, cooking,
outdoors, art, and more! CRC payroll deductions will be put on hold starting
April 10 until further notice. (CRC website)
Einstein's, the Market Place, and The Flaming Eggplant are closed until further notice.
The Greenery is serving food only in to-go containers with no dining seating. See the dining website for details and hours.
Financial Aid and Student Employment
Open regular hours for inquiries by phone and email only. All forms of financial aid are being processed normally. See Student Finances and Resources During COVID-19 for additional details. See the Financial Aid website for contact information.
Call or email if you:
- have questions
- need to follow up on correspondence from the financial aid office
- need special assistance because COVID-19 is affecting your personal or family financial situation
The Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy remains in place, as well as and all dates and deadlines for financial aid for upcoming quarters.
First Peoples Multicultural Trans and Queer Support Services
Open regular hours by phone and email. The quickest response time will be email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Glitter Hour is being offered every Thursday for connection and community for LGBTQIA+ students. More information is on the First Peoples website.
Closed until further notice. (Gallery website)
Housing and Housing Community Center (HCC)
If you are able to return to your primary residence, please do so. Housing will remain open, and the HCC is open; we ask people to maintain social distance and not gather in the HCC. See more details about student housing and HCC services.
Closed until further notice. See more information about library services during closure.
See the Media Loan website for information about equipment return and loans and for contact information.
Parking fees will not be collected for Spring quarter. Parking permit payroll deductions will be put on hold starting April 10 until further notice. Students who pre-paid for Spring quarter or annual parking passes will be issued refunds for Spring quarter.
Parking Services staff are working remotely until further notice. Payments can be made by postal mail or at the Parking Booth drop box. For parking business please email email@example.com or call (360) 867-6131.
Parking permit and CRC payroll deductions will be put on hold starting April 10 until further notice.
The Payroll & Benefits Office will be processing payroll remotely during the campus closure this Spring. We are checking voicemail several times each day, and can be reached by email.
Please continue to log and certify time cards on or before the 1st & 15th of each month. We will be communicating with time sheet approvers through Evergreen email to ensure all completed timecards are certified by payroll cut-off dates.
You can submit payroll deduction changes through our after-hours drop-box on campus or by email any time. Remember to keep your identity secure by not emailing social security numbers.
Available 24 hours, 7 days a week. See the Police Services website for contact information, or pick up the phone at any blue emergency kiosk on campus.
Program Secretaries (Academic Program Support)
The Program Support offices are closed and working remotely. Email them at ProgramSecretaries@evergreen.edu or use shared mailboxes:
- Com Building: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Evening and Weekend Studies: email@example.com
- Lab 1 Building: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lab 2 Building: email@example.com
- Sem 2 Buildings: firstname.lastname@example.org
QuaSR (Math and Science Tutoring)
Tutoring for Spring Quarter will be offered remotely until further notice. See the QuaSR website for details.
Registration and Records (including Transcripts)
Open regular hours for inquiries by phone and email only. All dates and deadlines for Spring and Summer quarter registration, including add/drop deadlines, remain unchanged. See specific Spring 2020 add/drop information, including changes to fees.
Commonly used forms are available on the Registration and Records website.
Transcript ordering and delivery continues uninterrupted.
We are proceeding with reading scholarship applications. The reading process has changed significantly to allow remote reading.
We expect to be able to notify students of awards starting in April and continuing through June.
Staff or faculty wanting to read applications should contact Jazmyne Kozak.
College Activity Building hours are 6 am – 8 pm, daily. The student governance office and student activities office spaces remain closed.
- The Cooper Point Journal will be an online publication with a new website starting April 15, 2020. The CPJ office is closed.
- The Bike Shop is closed.
- KAOS is live in the mornings from 6 am until 9:30 am followed by recorded material seven days a week.
- Geoduck Student Union (GSU), S&A Board, and the Clean Energy Committee are continuing to meet virtually.
- Farmworker Justice Day will be a virtual event.
Student Technology Support
The Student Technology Support desk staff are working remotely and responding to submitted help request tickets.
We are not accepting in-person support requests or phone calls at this time.
Student Wellness Services
If you are experiencing an emergency or are suicidal, please call 911 or the Crisis Clinic at (360) 586-2800.
Student Wellness Services are limited to phone triage and referral until further notice; call (360) 867-6200, Monday through Friday. A provider will return your call before the end of the day.
See the Tacoma Program website for details about current operations in Tacoma.
Technology Support Center
Closed to walk-ups until further notice. Staff will continue to respond to phone calls, emails, and tickets, and to schedule appointments on site as appropriate. The doors to the office will remain closed during business hours.
Resources are available to help with remote learning questions:
The Title IX office is open and working remotely regular hours, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm; email email@example.com, or call (360) 918-1114. You may also submit a Title IX Reporting Form. The Title IX office is still providing all regular services during this time.
Veteran’s Resource Center
The Veterans Lounge and Veterans resource center is closed until further notice.
Veteran peer counselors and the Director of the Veterans Center are available via phone Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm, to answer questions for veterans or dependents. Emails will be monitored 24/7.
See the Veteran's Resource Center website for contact information.
Tutoring for Spring Quarter will be offered remotely until further notice. See the Writing Center website for more details.