Admission & Registration
Special Students: Take classes now. Apply for admission later.
Before you apply for admission you can begin your studies at Evergreen as a special student. Take up to 8 credits each quarter. All credits you earn as a special student will apply towards your degree when you are admitted. Special students register with the Registration and Records Office in person, by mail or fax, using the special student registration form (PDF). More information is available in the special student guide.
Applying as a Freshman or a Transfer Student
There are many advantages to applying for admission. Admitted students have earlier registration times, register for classes online, and are eligible to apply for financial aid. You will apply as a freshman if you have a high school diploma or GED and you have fewer than 40 transferrable quarter-credits earned through other colleges. You'll apply as a transfer student if you have 40 or more transferrable quarter-credits earned through other colleges. Admitted students register through their myevergreen accounts. For more details on the admissions process, please see the Admissions web site, or contact our Office of Admissions at (360) 867-6691 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 25 years old?
You may submit a personal résumé and personal statement (PDF) in lieu of SAT or ACT test scores. Your personal résumé may include work and volunteer experiences.
For detailed registration information, please visit Registration and Records.
During the second week of the quarter, you can register if you have a faculty signature and pay a $50 late fee. After the second week registration is available by petition only and requires a $100 fee.
If your course or program requires a faculty signature, or you do not have the class standing required, contact the faculty to receive approval.
Is the class you want full?
If your course or program is full, register for the wait list and pay your tuition. If you do not get in from the wait list, attend the first day of class and bring a registration form. If there is a spot available, the faculty may sign you in.