Incoming Students

Understanding Admission

We will inform you by letter and/or email what transcripts are needed and by when. Contact Admissions if you have any questions about your transcripts.

Accepting Your Offer

To accept your offer of admission and commit to attending Evergreen, submit the $250 tuition deposit no later than the date printed on your admit letter. Pay your deposit online through your My Evergreen account, by mail or in person.

Moving Application to Another Quarter

If your circumstances have changed and you would like to enroll at Evergreen for a future quarter, call or email Admissions for instructions. You can only move your application once and it has to happen before the 10th day of the quarter you were originally admitted to start in.

Canceling or Withdrawing Your Application

We want you here! But if your plans have changed and they do not include Evergreen, inform us of your decision so that we can free up space for someone else. Once we cancel or withdraw your application, we retain the records for three years, so we’ll happily welcome you back when the time is right. Contact Admissions for instructions on reapplying to Evergreen.

Set Up Your Student Account and Pay Your Tuition Deposit

Step by step help

Deposit Instructions

  • Paying your deposit reserves your spot at Evergreen and allows you to select programs when registration opens.
  • If you’re a transfer student, we’ll evaluate your transfer credits after you pay your deposit.

Check Your Email

Activate Your My Evergreen Account

  • Set a secure password
  • Select a unique username
  • Accept policies at My Evergreen that will generate your student email account
  • Your new username can take up to an hour to sync with all systems. You will receive an email when your username is ready to go.
  • If you can’t find your activation email, check your spam/junk folders and search for “@evergreen.edu”.
  • If you need help, please submit a support request at help.evergreen.edu.

Log In to My Evergreen

  • Go to My Evergreen and follow the activation steps for your first login.
  • Under "Community", select "Web Payment".
  • Under "Available Items" select "Tuition Deposit."
  • Select "Make a Payment".
  • Select the deposit relevant to your studies and follow directions.

Request Your Student ID

Step by step help

Purpose of Student ID

Your ID card gets you into Evergreen, keeps track of your meal plan and can even get you discounts around town.

Use our secure online form to request your Student ID starting 30 days before your first quarter.

ID cards will be mailed to you when they're ready.

State employees using tuition benefits and students using the 60+ tuition waiver will not get ID cards.

Get Started

  • Secure image of another form of official ID:
    • This allows us to ensure that the photo submitted for your ID is actually you
    • Scan or take a digital photo of a government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license, state issued ID card, military ID, passport, etc.
  • Take a passport-style photo:
    • You can have someone take this photo for you using a phone or digital camera
    • Use a solid color wall or other light-colored background
    • Make sure to submit a crisp and clear photo that shares an adequate likeness with the image of your ID from above
    • The photo should be at least from the shoulders up to allow for cropping
    • No sunglasses or non-religious hats or head coverings
  • Find Your Evergreen ID number at My Evergreen or admission letter
  • Identify the address where you'd like ID mailed
  • Process Official Name Change form (if necessary)
  • Log into My Evergreen:

    • Navigate to the "Profile" link on the right side of the header in My Evergreen

    • In "Settings" section on the right, select "Photo ID". This is also where you can update personal information such as emergency contact, cell phone, address, etc.

    • Complete the form and submit all requested files

  • Once submitted, your ID will be prepared and mailed to you. You may be contacted by Registration and Records to verify information. Please continue checking your Evergreen email account.

What You Get With Your ID Card

On Campus

  • Free use of the Costantino Recreation Center
  • If you have a meal plan, it's your meal card
  • If you live in housing, it's your elevator key
  • Check out equipment at the Costantino Recreation Center or Media Loan
  • Faster checkout at the Library
  • Discounts for some campus events

Off Campus

  • Student discounts at lots of businesses, including Orca Books, movie theaters, Cafe Vita, Burial Grounds Coffee, and The Warehouse climbing gym.

Dig Deep for Financial Aid and Scholarships

We encourage all students to apply for financial aid every year to help to reduce tuition costs. Financial aid comes in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, tuition waivers, work study and tax credits.

Get Financial Aid Information

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  • Email us anytime for support