You’ll have many opportunities to explore your interests and discover new ones.
Current student Karl Anderson talks about why Evergreen is the right school for him.
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Faculty member Chico Herbison talks about what makes learning at Evergreen so different from other colleges.
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Evergreen alumni have gone on to become successful in every field they've entered, from art, business, and education to health care, media, and science.
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You’ll be better equipped for the workforce after graduation because our unique academics more accurately reflect the real world.
You’ll have less financial worry since Evergreen has one of the lowest tuition costs and fastest time to degree of any Washington four-year institution.
97 percent of our graduates are working, in graduate or professional schools, or otherwise doing something personally meaningful one year after graduation.
You’ll get hands-on experience right away because we give you access to an impressive range of tools and technologies from our scanning electron microscope to a wealth of media equipment.
As one of the Pacific Northwest's cultural centers, Olympia offers a vibrant independent music and art scene, theater, restaurants, bars, parks, and a full slate of events and activities to enrich your free time.
Speedy, our humble and beloved mascot, happens to be a geoduck clam that inevitably tops weirdest mascot lists year after year.
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Joe Dear '77
Published: February 28, 2014
Joe Dear, a 1977 graduate of Evergreen, passed away on February 26 after a long battle with prostate cancer. A lifelong advocate for the college, he endowed a scholarship and served on the college's board of governors from 2002 to 2008. We mourn his passing and are grateful for his wisdom and service. Watch and hear Joe talk about what Evergreen meant to him. Read the whole story.
Evergreen Students Win Big With International Scholarships
Published: February 12, 2014
Twelve out of 26 student applicants at The Evergreen State College have received a 2014 Benjamin A. Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship, winning a total of $46,500, with individual students winning $3000 to $5000 for a year’s study overseas. Read the whole story.
Film and Philosophy Lead Scholarship Winner to Evergreen
Published: February 11, 2014
Hollie Wagner never thought she would be able to afford a college education that would allow her to follow her true passion. Today, she is studying film and philosophy at The Evergreen State College thanks to an undergraduate transfer scholarship from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. Read the whole story.