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In honor of both Indigenous Peoples and Coming Out day, The Evergreen State College is presenting Paulette Jordan, who will be addressing The Evergreen State College community Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
Just in time for back-to-school, The Evergreen State College is getting major upgrades to its campus with more than $1.3 million in an energy efficiency grant from Puget Sound Energy. Evergreen is a public liberal arts and sciences college located on a 1,000 acre campus located in Olympia. The upgrades are expected to help the college save energy and money on its bills.
Students planning on attending The Evergreen State College this fall still have time to upload their vaccine verification or provide an approved medical or religious exemption prior to classes starting. How to upload vaccine verification and information on how to apply for a medical or religious exemptions can both be found on the college’s COVID-19 Health and Safety site.
With the goal of becoming a fully vaccinated college by fall 2021, Evergreen is preparing to welcome students, staff and faculty in person on its campuses in September.
“We’re excited for fall quarter,” said Evergreen President John Carmichael. “We have a great mix of programs that will offer students as much in person as health and safety conditions permit.”
The Evergreen State College announced today that it has named Dr. Anthony Levenda as the new Director of the Center of Climate Action and Sustainability.