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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.
The Evergreen State College will be awarding $1,000 scholarships to 10 lucky Greeners who have been vaccinated for COVID-19.
This is part of the “Shot of a Lifetime,” campaign and is being funded by Governor Inslee’s office as an incentive for Washingtonians to be vaccinated.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to be rewarded for doing something that is so much a part of the Evergreen community – taking action for the greater good,” said interim college president, John Carmichael.
Olympia, WA—In a ceremony commemorated by tribal drums, songs and dances, The Evergreen State College raised the official flag of the Squaxin Island Tribe June 23 as a permanent acknowledgement of the deep history and ongoing connection between the tribe and the college.
Flying on its own pole next to the U.S. and Washington state flags at the entrance to Evergreen’s Olympia campus, the formal presence of the tribal flag reminds visitors of the original Squaxin stewards of the land and waterways of the region.
The Evergreen State College Board of Trustees voted today to officially name Dr. John Carmichael as the college’s interim president, and Dr. Dexter Gordon as the college’s executive vice president.
The board approved a two-year contract with Carmichael as interim president at an annual salary of $305,400; they also approved a contract with Gordon as executive vice president with an annual salary of $250,000.
“We are thrilled to have two eminent leaders in these key roles,” said Board Chair Karen Fraser.