Below are the clubs that were registered and active for the 2019 - 2020 school year. New and returning clubs are re-registering for this new academic year. Please check this page regularly for updates to Evergreen's Registered Student Organizations.
Be Clean, Stay Green, Watch Anime.Meetings
Mondays @ 2pm - 3pm, COM 110Email
The Evergreen Bike Shop is a student led, do-it-yourself bike shop that is open to the Evergreen community. Our goal is to provide various resources to the community in order to promote cycling as an active lifestyle as well as educate people regarding alternative transportation issues. The mission of the shop is to provide an alternative for underserved and marginalized communities to access bicycle and transportation resources, as well as to provide a safe, welcoming environment for these communities to commune and learn. By maintaining a free learning environment where Greeners can develop their mechanical prowess, the shop encourages a developing ethic of environmental and social consciousness.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 1pm - 5pmEmailWebsites
Black Cottonwood Collective
To forward a anti-authoritarian analysis.Email
Creating Indigenous Resistance through Culture Language and Education.
CIRCLE is at the intersection of talk and action. Through language revitalization, cultural education, and activism our club seeks to decolonize our academic environment. We follow the hearts and minds of our members, our elders, and our ancestors to guide us into Indigenous language study, Oral Tradition archiving, and advocacy for issues effecting Native students and communities. We reach across all lines to create a unified voice for those seeking a space to nurture their passions and intelligence through Indigeneity.Meetings
Thursdays @ 4pm - 5:30pm, SEM 1 #3126EmailWebsites
Chemistry and Other Sciences (ChAOS)
The Evergreen Chemistry and Other Sciences Club’s principal functions are to foster opportunities for students of science to get involved in community and professional activities, and to support and promote science education, especially as it relates to sustainable practices, both in the Evergreen and the broader South Puget Sound community. Finally, the club serves to strengthen the community in the sciences and the student body as a whole.Meetings
Mondays @ 3:30pm - 4:30pm, Purce Hall 7Email
Chibi Chibi Con Committee
Chibi Chibi Con intends to keep our tradition of providing Evergreen with our event that celebrates modern Japanese culture, art, costume/cosplay creation among other things. Celebrating anime, manga, comics, games and student involvement. Through this we want to empower students to pursue event managing, volunteering, and social work while having fun.
Mondays @ 4:30pm-6pm, LIB 2205EmailWebsites
Clean Energy Committee
The mission of the Clean Energy Committee is to support the success of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and resource conservation at Evergreen. The Clean Energy Committee is a group of students collaborating with campus staff and faculty. It carries the responsibility of representing the student body while appropriating the Clean Energy Fund. This fund was established by the students of Evergreen State College to fuel the progress of renewable energy in the Northwest. If you are interested in applying for funding or serving on the committee, please visit our website.EmailWebsites
Coalition Against Sexual Violence (CASV)
The Coalition Against Sexual Violence (CASV) provides resources and creates safer spaces for survivors and allies to support one another and work to end rape culture. CASV works to dismantle the systems supporting sexual violence with empowering workshops, speakers, films, discussions, advocacy, education, and art. CASV recognizes that sexual violence affects people of all identity groups, and strives to focus on intersectionality.Meetings EmailWebsites
Common Bread strives to increase self-love and nurturing through weekly student workshops. We work to decolonize self-care and personal development. Together we laugh til our bellies ache, hold compassionate space for tears, and look deep down inside ourselves to find the courage to love.
Join us one night a week for cozy comfort and connection through participation in self-love activities, confidence building exercises, and self-care workshops.Meetings
Thursdays @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm, SEM 2 E3109Email
Cooper Point Journal
Cooper Point Journal organization members commit their efforts to two primary purposes: compiling submissions from students at large to create a newspaper that focuses on and reflects the student citizens of The Evergreen State College and examines how matters, particularly within the college, affect and involve students. The newspaper - also named Cooper Point Journal - serves as a medium for informing and entertaining students and as a forum for the ideas and opinions of students and others.The learning laboratory aspect of the CPJ organization manifests itself by developing and maintaining effective and responsible managing of operations and finances of an endeavor (newspaper) organization, as well as dealing with such life challenges as organizing efforts to develop and maintain an inclusive organization, establishing a group culture of inclusive and responsible decision making, personal and collective accountability, leadership that focuses of fulfilling organization goals and objectives by fostering an environment of consensus and cooperation rather than focusing on the decision-making authority and responsibilities of leadership, confronting injustice and discrimination.Websites
We are a student-run organization and permaculture garden that promotes the principles of permaculture and serves students as n experimental and community orientated space. It's a demonstration and experimentation site for students to cultivate curiosities and explore techniques of working with an ecological system based on perennial plants. Demeters Garden promotes the principles of permaculture and perennial polyculture systems. This garden is student-powered and community oriented for the purpose of student-driven education.Email
Earth Crafts Collective
Earth Crafts Collective is a co-creative group looking to tangibly connect students and community to earth-based crafts and practices. The organization's goal is to create community around group practices in relationship to the earth and nature.
ECC recognizes all types of folx interested in all kinds of activities (everything is an earth craft!) and we recognize that all peoples have something to offer in Co-creation. Some examples of activities we get up to: Nature Walks, Cordage Weaving, Outdoor Education, Birdwatching, Natural Building, Scout Awareness Activities, Authentic Relating Games, Meta-Club Networking, & Alternate Reality Gaming.Meetings
Mondays @ 12noon - 3pm, Longhouse 1007 AEmail
Embodied Arts Collective
The Evergreen Embodied Arts Collective is dedicated to cultivating a space for all people to learn, explore and enjoy somatic movement, physical theater, dance and meditative movement practices. We aim to create an inclusive collective of teachers, practitioners and open minded individuals interested in becoming more embodied or deepening their practice.
Our creative labs offer a unique opportunity to explore, awaken and become empowered within our bodies, through a variety of techniques from many different disciplines. We are committed to cultivating accessible, safe, conscious movement spaces that celebrate the wealth of diversity and possibility of all bodies.Email
Ever Green GameDev Zone
Ever (space) Green Gamedev Zone aims to promote the practice of making games, both analogue and digital on campus. The Evergreen community is filled with talented individuals with all the skills needed - music, art, writing, code - and this is a great place to make connections and get started.Email
Evergreen Tabletop Guild
The Evergreen Tabletop Guild is a safe-space for all peoples who enjoy playing role playing, miniatures and card games.
We work together to provide accessibility and inclusivity through fun and storytelling activities.
Sundays @ 2pm-7pm, LIB 0406 || Tuesdays @ 3pm-8pm, LIB 0406Email
Farm Worker Justice Collective
Farmworker Justice Solidarity Collective is a solidarity group with Washington farmworkers that takes direction from Community to Community, an ecofeminist farmworker justice organization with land sovereignty roots. We were formed from a call-to-action from C2C, and our goal is to support them in fighting for better conditions, more agency, and more human rights justice for farmworkers in Washington state. We do this by educating Evergreen students and the greater Olympia community about the H-2A program, WAFLA, farmworker strikes and unions, food origins, and other important topics surrounding the food and immigration systems in WA. We also provide other support - fundraising, legislative, volunteer, and otherwise - to Communityto Community and campesino union Familias Unidas por la Justicia, as well as their farm, Tierra y Libertad.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 5pm - 6:30pm, SEM 2 A3109Email
Food Justice Collective
The Food Justice Collective aims to foster community and form an interconnection between local and global food justice issues including farm worker justice, environmental sustainability, veganism, and anti-capitalism.Meetings
every other Monday (odd weeks) @ 4pm - 7pm, Organic FarmhouseEmail
We at Evergreen Gaming Guild strive for an all inclusive casual board and video game atmosphere to have students (and/or faculty) relax and socialize with other fellow gamers.Meetings
Wednesday @ 3pm-5pm, Student Activities Big Wood Table (CAB 313) || Fridays @ 5pm-7pm, CAB 301Email
Geoduck Student Union
The Geoduck Union is the official representation of the student body at The Evergreen State College. The Union is committed to unifying students across all Evergreen campuses, serving their interests at the local, state, and national levels and empowering all students to participate in positive social and political chance while fostering a fair and diverse community. The Union works to improve student quality of life by advocating for students' rights and needs, facilitating communication among students, and ensuring a fair balance of power among faculty, staff, administration and students.
Contact information for your GSU representatives is available at the webpage below:Meetings
Wednesday @ 1 - 3pm, CAB 301EmailWebsites
Geographical Information Systems Club (G.I.S.)
To facilitate the understanding and application of GIS in our community. To provide our members with the tools to succeed with a career utilizing GIS.Email
Graphic Novel Union
The GNU strives to build a community of local artists and writers interested in comics. Additionally, we publish Stampede, a quarterly comics anthology zine made up of student works.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 4pm - 6pm, SEM 2 C2107Email
Greener Art Collective
The mission of the Greener Art Collective is to create a welcome and opening environment for students of all skill levels to gather and make art. Our goals are to have members experience new artistic mediums and feel more confidence in and appreciation of their artistic abilities. In club meetings, members can expect to do various artistic projects including both independent and collaborative work.Meetings
Interest Meeting: November 6 @ 3pm - 5pm, SEM 2 E2109Email
Greeners Association for Psychedelic Studies (GAPS)
GAPS is a student group at The Evergreen State College that explores the many facets of psychoactive substances. GAPS does not seek to encourage nor discourage substance use, but rather to allow the free flow of information concerning psychedelics and build community. The club touches on topics related to spiritual use, recreational use, therapeutic and medical use, harm reduction, and the potential dangers and benefits of psychoactive substances.Meetings
Mondays @ 4pm - 6:30pm, SEM 2 B2105Email
Herbal Medicine Club
Our focus is providing herbal medicine resources and education on campus. We are specifically motivated to educate ourselves and others about efforts to de-colonize herbal medicine, and we are motivated to provide herbal medicine support to marginalized groups on and off campus through providing medicine making materials and workshops on campus.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 1:30pm - 2:30pm, Organic Farm || if raining, please meeting in the Sun Kitchen (A-bldg 1st floor)Email
Justice Involved Student Group
Evergreen Justice Involved Student Group, working collectively to build stronger campus communities in Washington State that are equitable to all, regardless of status, race, gender, sex or ability. We advocate and support those marginalized by an unjust, criminal justice system.
Wednesdays @ 3pm - 4pm, CCBLA (SEM 2 E 2125)EmailWebsites
Masters of Environmental Studies Association
Our mission is to provide social and academic support to current MES students. We provide academic and professional opportunities for students to get involved with the Evergreen campus and greater Olympia community through various volunteer projects.Meetings EmailWebsites
Middle East Resource Center
Ahlan wa sahlan!
Our vision is to connect the Evergreen campus with the cultures and histories of the Middle East. As a student group, we are here to celebrate, honor, and promote a better understanding of the Middle East through campus events, workshops, and gatherings.
All are welcome!Email
Our mission is to give students a safe place to unwind from the hustle and bustle of college life and jeer relentlessly at some low-budget movies.Meetings
Thursdays @ 7pm - 9pm, Purce Hall 2Email
The Myco-Collective serves to bring curious people of all backgrounds together to embrace and explore the Evergreen woods through the lens of fungi. We strive to create an encouraging environment where we help one another become familiar with the abundant fungi, lichens, plants, and the many creatures that inhabit our campus and the world. Regardless of your field of study or level of experience, come enjoy a walk in the woods with your local mushroom nerds!Meetings
Fridays @ 3pm - 6pm, Lab1 1051EmailWebsites
Perennial Players Theatre Troupe
Perennial Players is a theatre group on campus dedicated to preserving Evergreen's performing arts program and providing educational experiences and opportunities to interested students. We have 5 productions planned this year and welcome all! We are also invested in keeping theatre accessible for all so we do not charge for plays.Meetings
Auditions for "Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play" on 10/14 and 10/16/2019 @ 6pm - 9pm, COM 335EmailWebsites
Riot to Follow Theatre Productions
To produce theatre productions with students of all skill sets and to keep Evergreen theatre alive.Meetings
Auditions: October 24th and October 25th @ 6pm - 8pm, COM 117EmailWebsites
The S&A Board is the student committee that allocates Services and Activities fees to all of the organizations you see here. This student committee renews itself annually and seeks new members every Fall.EmailWebsites
WashPIRG - Evergreen Chapter
Our mission is to be an outlet for student civic engagement. We aim to provide students with the skills and vision to tackle some of the most important issues we face as a society. These issues effect us all and it is of the utmost importance that we foster an environment that is welcoming to all and gives us space to openly share ideas and concerns. Achieving these goals will allow as to affect the most positive change possible.
Wednesdays @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Student Activities' TV Lounge (CAB 313)EmailWebsites
Way of Tea
The mission that The Way of Tea club aims to achieve is; to share tea, knowledge, and community in a safe, healthy, inclusive, and a critically conscious space. We strive to change and grow our perspectives by slowing down the rapid pace of life through teaism and its connected cultures and philosophy. The Way of Tea club works to weave this mission into our interactions with Evergreen Students and faculty, The community, and the world around us.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 2pm - 4pm, Longhouse Cedar RoomEmail
Zombies at Evergreen
Whether it's for exercise, to meet new people and to forge friendships, or simply let off some steam and take a break from school work, Zombies at Evergreen aims to provide a safe and inclusive space where students can come out and enjoy themselves and a healthy, community-building way.EmailWebsites