The Financial Aid Office provides counseling and assistance to students who do not have the necessary financial resources to accomplish their educational objectives.
Evergreen has $500,000 in federal CARES Act funds available now to support student success in a remote learning environment. You can apply for grants to purchase computers, peripherals, software, or pay for internet access needed for school.
These Technology Support Grants will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Students' eligibility will be based on their level of need, as determined by the FAFSA or WASFA. Grants will be available to new and current students who are enrolled and registered for Fall Quarter 2020.
These cash grants will be paid by electronic deposit or mailed check. Because these funds are specifically meant to help with additional expenses related to attending college during the pandemic, the grants will not reduce any student's current financial aid package.
Changes due to COVID-19
The Financial Aid Office is open to serve students and families by telephone and email only. Please call (360) 867-6205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
The College has small emergency grants and short-term loans available to help students through emergency situations. The rule limiting students to one emergency grant or loan per academic year has been lifted.
If you’re having financial difficulty, contact the Financial Aid Office right away. If you or your family has lost income, you may be eligible for additional aid. Email your concerns and questions to email@example.com.
How to get financial aid
New students: apply for financial aid at the same time that you apply for admission.
Know what aid is available
Learn more about the types of aid that you may be eligible to receive while attending Evergreen:
You may also find tax credits helpful in affording your education.
Complete the FAFSA or WASFA immediately after October 1st
Evergreen’s Title IV code number is 008155.
Apply before February 1st
New students—Apply for admission; you will apply for financial aid at the same time.
All students—Apply for scholarships. Scholarships are a great way to pay for school. Separate applications are required for scholarships. Most applications are due in January and February for the following year.
Submit your FAFSA at least 3–5 business days before the priority deadline of February 1 to allow for processing by the Department of Education.
Extra steps for graduate students
Once we receive your FAFSA, we will review your information and determine eligibility. We will notify you if any additional information is required.
Accept your financial aid
We will notify you by email once you have an award. We will send you instructions on how to accept your financial aid.
The Financial Aid staff will make every effort to help you through the Financial Aid process.