Summer Quarter 2022 will have a mix of in-person, hybrid, and remote offerings.
Registration begins May 16, 2022 for admitted students and May 23, 2022 for non-admitted students.
Explore what’s happening during Summer Session
- Want to get ahead at work? Take a professional development class.
- Heading to college in the fall? Catch up or get a head start.
- Need a prerequisite for grad school? Pick it up this summer.
- Are you a current college student? Speed your time to graduation.
- Want to learn something new? Challenge yourself with new ideas.
- Thinking of finishing your degree? Get started now!
Enroll in classes that run for the full ten-week session or in more intensive five-week sessions. Classes are available during the day, evening, and on weekends.
The Summer 2022 Catalog is now available.
It’s easy to get started
Anyone can register for summer classes. As a special student you don't have to submit transcripts or pay an application fee!
Find out how to register as a special student.
- Summer Session registration begins for admitted students on May 16, 2022.
- Summer Session registration begins for special students on May 23, 2022
Come to the Academic Fair online on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 to talk to faculty about upcoming programs and classes.
Full Session (10 weeks)
|June 20 – August 28 (evaluation week August 29 – September 4)|
First Session (5 weeks)
|June 20 – July 24 (evaluation week July 25 – July 31)|
Second Session (5 weeks)
|July 25 – August 28 (evaluation week August 29 – September 4)|
New to Evergreen?
Special students will receive information on account access once they are registered. Important enrollment information is sent to your evergreen.edu email, so activate it quickly!
Parking passes are available at a daily or quarterly rate. Find out more about parking at Evergreen.
Resources available to all students include Career and Academic Advising, the Library, Computer Center, and lots, lots more.
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