Areas to Support

You can support the experiences of Evergreen students in a variety of ways.

Annual Giving

Your annual contributions enhance the quality of the Evergreen experience, and open the door for many students who couldn’t otherwise afford a college education. Learn more about the Annual Fund.

Give Now to the most immediate needs.

  • Student Activity Grants
  • Faculty Grants
  • Tacoma
President’s Scholarship Reception

Marsha Long, Mike Abdon and Merritt Long at the 2012 President’s Scholarship Reception in the Longhouse.

Scholarships

Your gift to support scholarships helps students stay in school and afford the cost of attendance. Learn more about giving to scholarships.

 

Center for Creative and Applied Media

We are building an endowment to support future equipment purchases for the CCAM. This endowment will ensure the Center remains at the cutting edge of digital media over the next 20 years.

We have secured many pledges to this endowment; we are still seeking additional funds to ensure that the needs of our students, faculty and staff are met in the 21st century.

Give to the CCAM Endowment.

The Longhouse

The Longhouse promotes indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, creative expression and economic development.

The Longhouse

The Longhouse exists to provide service and hospitality to students, the college, and surrounding Native communities. With a design based in the Northwest Indigenous Nations' philosophy of hospitality, its primary functions are to provide a gathering place for hosting cultural ceremonies, classes, conferences, performances, art exhibits and community events.

The Longhouse provides the opportunity to build a bridge of understanding between the regions' tribes and visitors of all cultures. The public service mission of the Longhouse is to promote indigenous arts and cultures through education, cultural preservation, and economic development. Learn more about the Longhouse.

Give to the Longhouse.

Daniel J Evans Reading Series in the Library

Your gift to this endowed fund will help Evergreen draw nationally recognized authors to give public lectures. The Reading Series aims to create cross-campus learning opportunities across the disciplines. This fund may also be used for material infrastructure to support presentations in the library.

Give to the Daniel J Evans Reading Series in the Library.

Students study in Library

Students study together in the Daniel J. Evans Library.

Library Dean’s Fund

Your gift to this fund provides flexible support to the Daniel J. Evans library. Through this fund, the Dean is able to host readings and art gallery talks, to expand the library collection, to promote information literacy and media literacy, and to support professional development that keeps our librarians on top of emerging trends in information technology.

Give to the Library Dean’s Fund.

 

Recreation and Athletics—Geoduck Club

 

Your participation is critically important to the success of our students. We invite you to join The Geoduck Club! The Geoduck Club plays an essential role in supporting our coaches, teams, post season play, facilities and projects such as the Recreation & Athletics Hall of Fame. Learn more about Recreation and Athletics.

Give to the Geoduck Club.

Sustainability in Prisons Project

The Sustainability in Prisons Project (SPP) is a partnership founded by The Evergreen State College and Washington State Department of Corrections. SPP creates truly collaborative programs that bring science and nature into prisons. Our vision is not only to save tax dollars and natural resources, but also to help inmates rebuild their lives for the benefit of all. Learn more about SPP.

Give to Sustainability in Prisons Project.

Rhys Roth, director of the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure

Rhys Roth, director of the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure

Center for Sustainable Infrastructure

With the goal of creating innovative solutions to these massive public works challenges, The Evergreen State College has created the new Center for Sustainable Infrastructure. Based at the college’s Olympia campus, the center will link regional innovators, advocate sustainable best practices and develop skilled professionals who will put these principles into infrastructure development. Learn more.

Give to the Center for Sustainable Infrastructure.