Policy

The title of “Emeritus” denotes a status and does not obligate the college or the retiree to a set of functions, benefits or obligations. “Emeritus” is a distinction with which the administration and peers recognize and honor retiring faculty for their career of service in the institution. Emeritus status will be granted by the Board of Trustees.

Honor Dr. Maxine Buie Mimms

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Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve. The motto of Evergreen Tacoma has guided countless number of students who sought to grow so they could serve their community. But without Evergreen Tacoma, there is no motto, and the dedication to service that comes with it.

Report: CARES Act Relief Funds – Emergency Grants to Students May 20, 2020

The Evergreen State College has begun the process of delivering CARES Act Relief Funds (HEERF) to students affected by disruptions to campus operations, as of March 13, 2020.

On April 14, 2020, The Evergreen State College signed and returned the Certification and Agreement form to the Department of Education.  This agreement acknowledges the College will use no less than 50% of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the Cares Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Important Graduation Updates

Dear colleagues,

Is Evergreen providing the support you need during COVID-19?

Dear Staff Colleagues:

Be a Hero

Freshman Class of 2023

Let’s come together to support the Student Emergency Fund which helps students facing financial crises and covers the costs of rent, healthcare, childcare, groceries, and utilities.

Unemployment Fraud Warning - Update from HRS

Hello Colleagues,

If you believe that a fraudulent unemployment claim to the WA State Employment Security Department (ESD) has been filed by an imposter using your information OR you received unemployment claim info from ESD that you did not expect (e.g. a letter or email from ESD which refers to a claim or a claim number, ‘self-employment programs’, etc.):

Give Together

Freshman Class of 2023

Let’s come together to support the Student Emergency Fund which helps students facing financial crises and covers the costs of rent, healthcare, childcare, groceries, and utilities.

The Spanish-Speaking World: Cultural Crossings

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PLEASE NOTE: In order to maximize the possibility of some in-person instruction under COVID-19, this program will start in winter quarter, rather than fall quarter.  If conditions allow, this winter-spring offering will be followed by a study abroad program to Mérida, México during the Summer Session.

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