Services & Staff
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Dining Service Office
Dining Service is located in the Campus Activities Building on the first floor just inside the Greenery. For hours of operation, menus, dining plans, locations or frequently asked questions visit the Dining page call 360.867.6282.
Residential and Dining Services provides Internet access. Users must comply with Evergreen's IT Appropriate Use Policy.
The ResNet Help Desk is located on the third floor of Residence Hall A. To find information about their hours you can check the ResNet web site. This website also has information to help you fix your computer. They provide walk-in support, phone support at 360.867.5111 and make house calls by appointment to help with your computer problems.
Card-operated washers and dryers are located in A-building (first floor), the Housing Community Center, and the Mods. Keep loads small and separate your laundry into whites and colors. Detergent is available in the Corner Store in the Housing Community Center.
If you are new to doing laundry, or just want to learn more about best practices and stain removal tips, visit www.campusclothesline.net
For information about sustainability in our laundry room, visit www.cleanandgreenvision.com
Your mailbox is located in the Housing Community Center. When you check in you will be issued a mailbox that you will keep as long as you continually reside in housing. All US Postal Service mail will be sent to this mailbox. Mail boxes are accessible when the Housing Community Center is open. Hours for parcel pick-up are posted at the mailroom or call 360.867.5257. Packages sent through private carriers (FedEx; UPS; etc.) will be delivered to your apartment/unit.
Prior to Fall Check-In, trunks, luggage and boxes may be shipped to Evergreen. You must include your name and your Evergreen apartment/unit package address. Packages are available Check-In day at the mailroom.
When you Check-Out you must update your forwarding address information in your Gateway student account or in person at the Registration & Records Office.
Use the table below to find your building's street number. You should already know your room number and mailbox number. Contact the Residential and Dining Services Office if you have any questions.
Street number, Building (room number)
Olympia, WA 98505-0003
4315 Indian Pipe Loop NW, Building A-314-C
Olympia, WA 98505-0003
|A||4315 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|B||4319 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|C||4323 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|D||4327 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|E||4201 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|F||4203 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|G||4205 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|H||4207 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|I||4231 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|J||4229 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|K||4227 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|Mods||3040 Wild Currant Loop NW|
|N||4223 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|P||4221 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|Q||4219 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|R||4217 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|S||4215 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|T||4211 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
|U||4209 Indian Pipe Loop NW|
The student Residential Maintenance staff provides emergency maintenance after normal business hours and on weekends. Typical calls include clogged toilets, sinks, showers or tubs, water leaks, malfunctioning smoke detectors, light-bulb replacement and heater problems.
Call campus dispatch at Police Services 360.867.6832. Dispatch will need the basic information about your emergency and will contact the on-duty Resident Maintenance. Non-emergency work orders will be completed during normal business hours.
Maintenance, Normal Business Hours
Student Staff is available to fix items that are furnished with your apartment/unit. Call the Residential and Dining Services Office 360.867.6132 or the Work Order line 360.867.6764 to request a work order. You will need to supply your name, phone and room number, and details of the work needed.
Work orders are prioritized depending on the situation (overflowing toilets take priority over a burnt-out light). By submitting a work order you give Housing staff permission to enter your room. You do not need to be present during the repair. Staff will leave a note on your door stating the status of work completed. Please be as specific as possible when phoning in a work order, i.e. rather than "my sink doesn't work," "the left-hand bathroom sink isn't getting any cold water." Be sure to call in work orders as they occur to keep our facilities in tip-top shape and to prevent any further damage that an issue may cause.
Residential and Dining Services Office
The Residential and Dining Services Office is located on the third floor of A building and is open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. We are closed on campus holidays and have reduced hours of operation during academic breaks.
The Residential and Dining Services Office provides information on: applications, contracts, assignments, check-in/check-out, billing questions, transfers, contract breaks/releases, work orders (repairs), lockouts and smoke alarm resets. Also other services such as local directions and vacuums. We can make referrals to our professional live-in staff for concerns about a resident's well-being or safety.
AT&T seems to have the strongest cell phone signal on campus. Other providers work, but you may need to stand near a window or even go outside. Land-line service for purchase is provided by Qwest in bedrooms only. For more information visit www.qwest.com or call 800.244.1111.
Prime Time Academic Center
The Prime Time Advisor from Academic Advising can assist you in exploring educational options and developing your education plan. The Prime Time Advisor has the most up-to-date list of course offerings, can advise you on individual contracts or internships, and review your draft contract/internship proposal. The Writing Center provides tutors for writing papers and self-evaluations and helping with reading assignments.
The Prime Time Academic Center is open Sundays to Thursdays, 6 to 9 pm and is located on the second floor of A building. The center is closed for campus holidays and academic breaks.
The principal goal of the live-in Resident Assistant is to aid in building a healthy residential community, defined as an environment that fosters healthy lifestyle choices by its members, respect for individual values and beliefs, a sense of belonging and a focus on academic success.
Resident Assistants answer questions about Rental Contracts, facilitate roommate meetings and make referrals for residents who may be experiencing academic, personal or emotional challenges. Resident Assistants provide educational, cultural and social activities while serving as role models in the Residential community.
Resident Assistants confront and document policy violations, provide walkthroughs and respond to all emergencies in housing. Experience with student leadership, camp or human services is preferred but not required. Click here to meet your RAs!
A Resident Director is a full-time, live-in professional whose purpose is to facilitate, create, maintain and promote a safe and secure residential community. The Resident Director supervises an area staff of Resident Assistants and responds to questions and concerns raised by residents' parents and/or family members.
Resident Directors proactively enforce policies and procedures delineated in the Rental Contract, Residential and Dining Services Policies and Evergreens' Rights and Responsibilities. They ensure that policy violations are addressed appropriately by reviewing the duty-log, incident reports and police reports daily. Resident Directors provide individual advising with residents as needed and make referrals to appropriate campus and community resources when necessary. They provide crisis management, conflict management and mediation assistance for residents. Resident Directors maintain regular office hours and are readily available for residents, staff and other members of the Evergreen community.
The on-duty/on-call Resident Director is in charge of Residential and Dining Services during non-business hours and responds to emergencies, troubleshoots Residential and Dining and resident concerns, and performs follow-up investigations where necessary. During major disasters, the on-duty Resident Director serves as the Residential Operations Officer. This Resident Director is available to assist all residents and staff when requested to ensure a safe and healthy community.
Using your Evergreen ID, you can check out a vacuum for one hour from the Residential and Dining Services Office during normal business hours. After hours until 11 pm and weekends between 10 am and 11 pm call campus dispatch at Police Services 360.867.6832 to contact the on-duty Resident Assistant who will meet you at the Residential and Dining Services Office.