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  • Evergreen’s Upside Down is Right Side Up for Students Looking to Transfer Technical Degrees

    Diagram of Upside Down degree

    (Olympia, Wash.) Making it easier for students to earn their bachelor degree, The Evergreen State College has made a significant change to degree transfer policies.

    The policy change opens a wider door for students with a technical associate’s degree to enter Evergreen and earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BA) or BA/BS degree. The program can help students with a technical associate's degree complete an Evergreen bachelor's degree in just two years.

  • From the Chair

    Ambassador at Large

    I am an everyday ambassador for Evergreen. Everywhere I go—whether I’m at work, on business travel, on vacation, or running errands—people will hear me share about the value of an Evergreen education along with a story or two about our impressive students and graduates. I can’t help it; I deeply value my Evergreen education and love to share my enthusiasm for what the college’s approach to education makes possible for its students.

  • From the Executive Director

    Growth, Progress, and the Part You’ve Played

    It’s my pleasure to report that your donations to The Evergreen State College Foundation made an even greater difference in 2015–16. Friends like you were especially generous, resulting in a year-over-year increase in giving. 

  • The Last Hurdle

    New scholarship offers opportunity for the undocumented.

    Long before she established the DREAMership Scholarship at Ever- green, you’d always find Kit Miller ’78 in the underdog’s corner.

    Back in the 1970s, Miller enrolled in an Evergreen study abroad program in Guatemala. It was her first glimpse of real, generational poverty. Years later, an image sticks out in her mind from that formative trip.

  • A Commitment to Community

    Foundation’s investment bears fruit in Tacoma.