First-time, First-year Applicants and Students

Statistics for first-time, first-year students include students with college credits earned prior to high school graduation, such as Running Start, Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and College in the High School.

Faculty Teaching Strategies for Research

The documents below outline assignments that guide students through the process of developing a preliminary statement and research prospectus, collaborating with other students on research, and evaluating the research at the end of a program. These resources were developed by Evergreen faculty member Jeanne Hahn.

Read a note about these documents or select one of the documents below:

Faculty Assessment of Teaching and Learning

Photo of Critical Investigations faculty cohort

Above: Members of the Critical Investigations faculty cohort - a first-year curriculum initiative (2009-10).

Faculty and Staff Data

Instructional Faculty

Fall 2018 (fall 2019 data available February 2020)

 
N
%
 
Total faculty
190
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Full-time faculty

Enrollment in Native Pathways Programs

The Native Pathways Program (NPP) is an upper-division program that promotes life-long indigenous scholarship by placing value on cultural and traditional knowledge, working with indigenous research methodologies, and expanding indigeneity through academia.

Enrollment in the Tacoma Program

Tacoma Program Undergraduates (Fall 2019) 
Headcount115
Average Age37
Gender74% female / 26% male
Race/ethnicity64% students of color
Residency Status100% residents of Washington State

Transitions to Success

Transitions to Success Outreach Advising Project:

Final Report

Academic Years 1999-2000 and 2000-2001
March 24, 2003

The Transitions to Success (T2S) project was created in response to a request from Art Costantino, Evergreen's Vice President of Student Affairs, who had concerns about declining freshman retention. The project ran for two consecutive academic years during 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 with 43 new freshman participants each year.

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