Housing

Evergreen is committed to providing a safe living environment so that all students can focus on their studies.

COVID-19 FAQ for Housing 

COVID-19 FAQ for Dining

Applications for Fall Housing are now closed.  Winter quarter applications will be open by December 1st, with move in for winter quarter on Saturday, January 2, 2021.

After the main January 2nd move in, there will be two more move ins for winter quarter: Wednesday, January 6th and Wednesday, January 13th. After the Wednesday move ins you will be required to complete a two-week quarantine in a temporary apartment on campus before you move into your permanent space. 

If you're living with us this winter keep checking your @evergreen.edu for important details. 

What to Bring List

Canceling your application
If you’ve already booked a room but change your mind and are not planning on living with us, log in to the StarRez Portal and select Cancel Application

Contact Us

Housing office hours are greatly reduced due to remote work.  Call us at 
(360) 867-6132 or email us at rad@evergreen.edu if you need to connect with someone in the office.

Locked out of your apartment?

8:30 am - 5:00 pm - Call 360-867-6764

After hours - Call 360-867-6832

Watch a video about the benefits of living on campus

Living on campus has many benefits.

Living on campus has many benefits

  1. No need to commute or fight for a parking space
  2. Free, fast internet and other utilities
  3. Easy access to events occurring on campus
  4. Reduce your carbon footprint, and save time and money on your commute
  5. Enjoy 1,000 acres of outdoor adventure in your backyard
  6. You’ll be more engaged in our learning community: you’re more likely to make friends, go to campus events, and have discussions with people with differing political views (Source: 2018 National Survey of Student Engagement)

Where can you live?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are only offering Apartment Single rooms for the 2020-21 academic year.

Our apartments have separate exterior doors used by no more than six residents, single private bedrooms, and have self contained heating and ventilation systems.

 

 

A student moves into his dorm room, hanging posters and setting up his computer

Share your individual expression and make your space up just the way you like it. There’s no place like home.

Three students hang out in their apartment common area

Apartments offer common areas and a kitchen, so you can come together with your roommates and build community.