Resources for Students

Academic Success Resources:  Resources for Student Success (PDF)

Career Exploration Assistance:  WOIS (Washington Occupational Information Service) (how do we display this? need access code?)

Career Planning Through Your Academic Pathway:  What Can I Do With This Major?

LSAT Preparation - Free Personalized Assistance from Khan Academy:  Need link from LSAC

How To Register Steps

Prior to Registration Week:

  • Check your time ticket by logging into your my.evergreen account.
  • Click on "Registration" then on "check time ticket, status, and overrides".
  • Your time ticket will have your class standing information as well as the date your register and any holds on your account.

The screen will look like this:

Find and Apply for Jobs

Make an appointment or come in during drop-in hours for help with job searching or application preparation.

Describe Your Education

Remember, your degree doesn't indicate how you focused your studies: it just says Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sciences, or Bachelor of Arts and Sciences.  

When you're applying for jobs, it's up to you to describe your course of study in a way that's true to your academic work and helpful in getting the right job. Don't sell yourself short: go beyond just Interdisciplinary Studies and talk about exactly what you've learned.

Select Your Programs

Creative research strategies

New to Evergreen? Take the chance to expand your interests or combine something you already love with something unfamiliar. You might discover a new love.

Don't just read the titles when you're looking at the catalog. Give yourself enough time to dig into all the options for your class standing. Read the descriptions, and if you're curious, contact the faculty.

Make a Plan

Check your graduation progress

You will be eligible to graduate when you have enough credits to complete your declared degree and when you have submitted your final Academic Statement.

Contact an Advisor

Schedule an appointment

Call (360) 867-6312 to schedule.

  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 12 noon (for academic advising)
  • Monday – Friday:  9 am – 5 pm (for career advising)

Drop-in without an appointment

Note: Drop-in times are only available for academic advising.

How to Work a Job Fair

This workshop will prepare you to attend events like the Career & Internship Fair coming up on November 8, and make the best use of your time and effort.

Building Your Network

This workshop will show you how to build a network that will aid you in your career.