Registration and General Information
Registration for admitted students opens May 20, 2013. Web registration closes on June 28, 2013.
Registration for non-admitted ("special") students opens May 28, 2013 and must be handled in-person, by mail, or via fax.
All registrations (including registrations for second session) after June 28, 2013 must be handled in-person, by mail, or via fax and are subject to late registration fees.
- Academic Fair
- E-mail Policy
- Registration Approvals/Overrides
- Student Financial Services
- Summer Credit Load
- Veterans Information
4-6pm, May 15, 2013 @ College Recreation Center/Gymnasium
The Academic Fair, held in The College Recreation Center Gymnasium, brings faculty and staff together in one place to help students get information about Evergreen's undergraduate and graduate offerings. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet with faculty to discuss both summer and fall programs and courses. It also provides an opportunity to get information about registration and advice about your academic plans.
All students, both admitted and non-admitted, are given an Evergreen e-mail account. This e-mail account is the primary mechanism for official college communications to students, including registration and student account information, announcements of official college policies, and general announcements and information. As part of their responsibility to work with the college to manage their business and enrollment issues, students are expected to check their college e-mail account on a regular basis.
Contact Student Accounts at (360) 867-6447 for details about policies.
All vehicles parked at The Evergreen State College from 7 am to 9 pm, Monday through Friday, are required to display a valid Evergreen parking permit. A summer parking permit costs $40. Daily permits are $2.00. Permits may be purchased at the Parking Office, Seminar I building, room 2150. Daily passes may be purchased at the parking booth on McCann Plaza.
Programs and courses listed in the catalog may cite prerequisites, faculty signature requirements, or class standing restrictions. If a faculty signature is required or if a student does not have the required class level, the student must contact the faculty to receive an approval or override. Students may obtain a dated faculty signature to register in person. If Web-registering, the approval or class override must be entered prior to registration. See prerequisites in the Summer Class Listing for more information.
Information about tuition, fees, payment deadlines, payment methods, and a host of other useful items can be found at Student Financial Services.
Students should enroll for no more than 8 credits per summer session for a maximum of 16 credits for the full quarter. Students may register to take an overload for a maximum of 20 credits at a recommended limit of 10 credits per summer session. Graduate students may enroll for a maximum of 12 credits during summer session. During summer session, students may register for part time or full time whether they are formally admitted to the college or not.
Veterans - If you're a resident and meet eligibility requirements, you might qualify for a 50% tuition waiver! Dependents/Spouses of Veterans - If you're a resident and meet eligibility requirements, you might qualify for a 100% tuition waiver. Please take a look at the applicable waiver eligibility at http://www.evergreen.edu/veterans/home.htm or contact the Evergreen Office of Veterans Affairs for more information.