How do I plan my education at Evergreen?
At Evergreen, there are no predetermined majors or required courses of study. You plan your own academic pathway with assistance from faculty and staff advisors. Advisors can help you identify and choose those programs that fit your interests and goals, and for which you are appropriately prepared.
Since planning your education is your responsibility, the more information you have, the better. Students new to Evergreen are required to attend an Academic Planning Workshop, which provides comprehensive information on the academic planning process and the resources and tools available to you.
Other pages you might find useful:
Classes and Programs: What's available for me to take at Evergreen? Do I really only take one class per quarter? What if I can't attend day classes? What's the difference between a course and a program?
Degree requirements: What degrees are offered? What do I need to earn a degree?
Designing an Area of Emphasis: Is it true you don't have majors at Evergreen? So how do I focus my studies in the area I'm interested in?
Expectations of an Evergreen Graduate: Since there are no requirements, how do I know if I'm learning the right things and gaining the right skills?
Independent Study and Internships: How do I go about designing my own learning experience?
Study Abroad and International Programs: What opportunities do I have to study abroad, and how do I get started planning this?