Students can look forward to making Evergreen their home away from home. The campus offers recreation and athletics, learning and study resources, groups and clubs, housing options, meal plans, and much more.
Dining on campus offers flexible ways to get your fill and spend quality time together.
More than 1,000 acres of forest surround the campus, with winding trails leading to 3,300 feet of unspoiled beach on the Puget Sound.
Geoduck Athletics are a great way for students to get involved, improve skills, build relationships, and have a good time.
The Costantino Recreation Center (CRC), our extensive athletic complex, offers plenty of outlets for fitness, exercise, self-discipline, healthy activities, and general well-being.
What the Heck is a Geoduck? Is it a duck or a clam or something else entirely? Learn all about our bizarre but beloved mascot.
Student groups represent interests in art, music, spirituality, culture, politics, environmental issues, gaming, and more.
Olympia offers many local attractions and is located near incredible mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and the city life of Seattle and Portland.
The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center promotes indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, creative expression and economic development.
The Veterans Resource Center will help you receive all the benefits you have earned through your service to our country.
The Daniel J. Evans Library provides access to 16 million books, research resources, movies, music, and even A/V equipment and training.
The Organic Farm is a working farm that serves as a learning laboratory for organic agriculture.
Computing and technology covers all your bases: general-purpose labs, specialty rigs, and wifi, of course.
There’s a lot more, too. View all learning and study resources.
The Career Development Center can help you with your job search, resume, interviewing, graduate school aspirations, and life direction.
Get an on-campus job or internship and build professional experience, have peace of mind, and get some extra cash.
The Center for Community-Based Learning and Action (CCBLA) links students and faculty with organizations working on a variety of issues.