Register for your classes. Declare a degree that matches your studies. Request your transcript.
Before you register, check out the catalog and go talk to Advising. Academic advisors can help you plan your academic path and make smart choices with your education. If you have veterans' benefits to use, visit the Veterans Resource Center for assistance.
Open registration ends at 4 p.m. on Friday before the quarter starts. Check your registration details on my.evergreen.edu.
During the first week of class, you can continue to register online with a faculty override until Friday at 4 pm. After that, you must use a paper registration form. You may also be charged a late fee. Find out more about changing your registration after the start of the quarter.
Disaster Avoidance Tips
When your registration just doesn’t look right
If you see anything about your registration that doesn't seem right, please let us know right away. The sooner you tell us, the more quickly we can figure out what's happened and help you fix it.
One of the most common problems comes from issues with waitlist priority. Make sure you've adjusted your waitlists to reflect what you really want! Learn more about how waitlists work.
Register for the right number of credits
Most full-time undergraduate students should plan on taking 12 to 16 credits per quarter. Taking any more than 16 credits is a serious decision. There are restriction on what you can take at 17-20 credits to help you be most successful. No student may take more than 20 credits per quarter, including credits taken at any other college at the same time.
Deal with account holds
What can cause a hold: fines, late tuition, late fees, missing transcripts, missing immunization documents, or bouncing email.
You can see if you have a hold at any time in your “to-do” box in my.evergreen.edu. Click through to see what kind of hold, who to contact, and whether if affects your registration. You'll still need to talk to someone to get your hold lifted after you resolve the problem.
Holds can be placed at any time! Be sure to check before registration opens to make sure you don't have any holds that could keep you from registering.
Take leave without losing ground
If you have completed at least one quarter at Evergreen, you can choose to not register for classes for up to four quarters (including summer) and still be considered a student at Evergreen. Your college email will continue to be active during this time and you will continue to receive college emails at that address.
You can formally declare a leave of absence, so that financial aid knows to adjust your package. You'll indicate when you are planning to return to Evergreen on the leave form.
After four quarters absent, you will be formally withdrawn and need to reapply for admission. You have the right to request to be withdrawn from the college at any time.
There are financial aid consequences to withdrawing or taking a leave of absence. Contact the Financial Aid office if you have questions.