Financial Aid

Counseling and assistance for students who do not have the necessary financial resources to accomplish their educational objectives.

Office Hours

Front counter: Evans Hall 1200-J
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 4 pm

Phone: (360) 867-6205
Monday - Friday: 9 am - 4 pm

Zoom: Available upon request


Fax: (360) 867-6576

FAFSA/WASFA Completion Workshops

A Financial aid professional will be ready to help you complete your financial aid application for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year and answer all your questions. No need to RSVP, just show up with your income information from 2021.

Zoom Meeting ID: 828 7826 0416

  • Monday, March 27th. 5 - 7 pm
  • Monday, April 24th. 5 - 7 pm
  • Monday, May 29th. 5 - 7 pm
  • Monday, June 26th. 5 - 7 pm

Curious about One-time Federal Student Loan Debt Relief?

The best place to get information about a full or partial discharge of up to $20,000 in Federal Student Loans is the Federal Student Aid website

Financial Aid Offices manage student loans while students are in school. Once the loan period ends and/or the student leaves school, loan servicers handle the repayment. Federal Student Aid handles loan forgiveness or discharge. Contact your loan servicer for more information.

Changes due to COVID-19

Check Emergency Resources for small emergency grants and short-term loans available to help during emergency situations. The rule limiting students to one emergency grant or loan per academic year is on a case by case basis.

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

Emergency Funds

Any student that needs funds before the receipt of their refund can request an emergency grant or loan.

Visit Financial Aid Emergency Resources for the application and information about the resources available to students.

When submitting an emergency grant or loan application, ask about the timeline for receiving funds. Our goal is to deliver funds in two days or less, but the schedule may vary due to holidays.

Keep your mailing address up to date

Any student that moved during Fall Quarter should update their mailing address through My Evergreen. Doing so now ensures all mail will be delivered to the correct location.

How to Get Financial Aid

New students: apply for financial aid at the same time that you apply for admission.

  1. Know what aid is available

    Learn more about the types of aid that you may be eligible to receive while attending Evergreen:

    Tax credits may be helpful in affording your education.

  2. Complete the FAFSA or WASFA immediately after October 1st

    Complete the FAFSA or WASFA every year as soon as possible for the following academic year. You need to fill out the FAFSA or WASFA to be eligible for grants, loans, or work study.

    Evergreen’s Title IV code number is 008155.

  3. Apply before February 1st

    • New students: Apply for admission; you will apply for financial aid at the same time.

    • All studentsApply for scholarships. Scholarships are a great way to pay for school. 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.

  4. Extra steps for graduate students

    You must complete some additional financial aid steps.

  5. Sit tight after you apply

    Once we receive your FAFSA, we will review your information and determine eligibility. We will notify you if any additional information is required.

  6. Accept your financial aid

    We will notify you by email when you have an award. We will send you instructions on how to accept your financial aid.

Financial Aid staff will make every effort to help you with the Financial Aid process.

If you are a WASFA filer, please contact Trina Griffis, for assistance filling out the WASFA.

Current students: check your financial aid account on My Evergreen.

Veterans benefits aren’t enough? 

Veteran’s benefits aren’t always enough to cover all your costs. You have options to pay for school.

Be sure to apply for Financial Aid and any scholarships you may qualify for.

Undocumented students

Evergreen welcomes and supports undocumented students of all ethnicities and nationalities.

If you are a WASFA filer, please contact Trina Griffis, for assistance filling out the WASFA.


Food resources for on- and off-campus (PDF).