Student Activities Groups
- Student groups can be reached off campus by dialing (360) 867-6220 unless a direct phone number is listed.
- Student groups with locations noted by a workstation number are located on the 3rd floor of College Activities Building.
Choose a student group name (left) to see more detail about that group.
Please Email the Student Activities Outreach Coordinator or speak directly with your RSO Advisor if you are a Registered Student Organization and would like any information changed or added to your group's description
Transgender Resources and Education X-travaganza! (T-REX)
The mission of T*REX is to provide resources, outreach, education, support, and advocacy for non-gender conforming students and allies.
For more information, email us at email@example.com.
Vanishing Point is a literary magazine for the students and faculty of the Evergreen State College that showcases works of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, photography, visual art, and music. We aim to accurately represent the range of talent and artistic style while creating an atmosphere of freedom and non-judgment to both our readership and the artists who submit their work. Our intention is to provide an outlet and gathering point for student and faculty creativity in the form of an online print publication. As such, Vanishing Point will provide a rich forum for the exchange of creative works and unique perspectives among the Evergreen Community.
When consumers are cheated or the voices of ordinary citizens are drowned out by special interest lobbyists, WashPIRG speaks up and takes action. We uncover threats to public health and wellbeing and fight to end them, using the time-tested tools of investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation. WashPIRG’s mission is to deliver persistent, result-oriented public interest activism that protects consumers, encourages a fair, sustainable economy, and fosters responsive, democratic government.
Way of Tea
The purpose of the Way of Tea Club is to enjoy and celebrate traditional Japanese tea culture. We seek to provide a mindful space to momentarily abandon worldly problems and enjoy the simple pleasures of good company and tea.
W.O.L.F. (Wild Order for Living Free)
By learning, sharing and teaching wilderness survival skills we, the Wild Order for Living Free, will help to create more self-reliant, empowered and environmentally aware individuals and communities. We believe that the gifts of the natural world should be used with respect and reciprocity, in order to preserve the vitality of the wilderness and conserve its resources. Through the basics of wilderness survival, people can better learn to live within the ecological boundaries of our only home, Planet Earth.
Womyn of Color Coalition (WOCC)
WOCC is a community hub dedicated to creating a safe space for women of color. We collaborate with campus and community groups in order to organize gatherings, forums, performances, and events. We strive to educate and empower the women in our communities by honoring our unique experiences and celebrating our cultural ties.
For more information, visit the group's Facebook page.
Womyn's Resource Center (WRC)
The WRC is a center on campus that provides free menstruation products, pregnancy tests, and condoms, as well as houses a vast lending library of books, zines, and DVDs available to all. Our office strives to be a safe place to get information and connect to campus and community services. The WRC group is a student group that welcomes all womyn and their allies. Our mission is to meet the needs of womyn on campus by providing resources, hosting events, and creating a safe place for our members to express themselves and empower one another.
The Wonder Collective strives to enrich the campus community by hosting events and creating situations that create Awareness of the wonder which surrounds and abounds!
For more information, send an email.
“To inspire the next generation to fall in love with their food, connect with their community, and with nature. Young Roots wants to create a safe place for nature-based activities that are educational, engaging, and fun. We want to increase community engagement by creating a structure that supports their growth-both as gardeners and as leaders within their families and communities.”
Young Roots oorganizes workshops that emphasize stewardship of the land, gardening practices, and the importance of local food systems. Young Roots aims to form a strong and supportive community of gardeners in which all learn, teach, and grow together. The group also strives to strengthen the bonds between Evergreen, GRuB, families of the surrounding community, and to instill the love of organic gardening in new gardeners, which will last a lifetime.