Keep checking back here for updates on new groups, meetings times, and updated contact information.
If you are interested in recreational sports or other athletic activities, contact the CRC about sports and recreation clubs.
The Evergreen Bike Shop is a bicycle resource center, volunteer run since 1977, dedicated to making cycling accessible and practical to everyone in the greater Olympia area. We build community by providing a welcoming communal work space, knowledgeable volunteers, and tools and parts for cyclists of all ages and skill levels to repair, maintain and promote bicycles. Members learn and teach one another by sharing knowledge and experience.Meetings
Open when volunteers are in the Bike Shop, see Facebook page for scheduleEmailWebsites
Black Cottonwood Collective
We aim to be a big tent for members of the Evergreen community interested in radical liberatory politics and collective action. The Black Cottonwood Collective hosts events, speakers, and workshops, to engage students in autonomous politics and provide skills for political organizing.Meetings EmailWebsites
Chinese Culture & Japanese Way of Tea
Introduction to Chinese and Japanese CultureEmailWebsites
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)
We strive to provide peer advocacy and resources for survivors of sexual assault,domestic violence, and emotional abuse at TESC. We will also train students every year about advocacy and provide workshops about sexual violence and domestic violence consent. These resources are open to folks of all genders, orientations, and identities. We work to create a safer, educated campus community.Meetings EmailWebsites
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.Meetings
Wednesdays @ 2pm - 4pm, CAB 332Websites
Evergreen Community Gardens
Our mission is to maintain a shared space for the Evergreen and greater community to practice organic gardening. The Evergreen Community Gardens will provide the tools and seeds for success, both literally and metaphorically. We organize workshops and work-parties emphasizing responsible, ecological gardening practices and the importance of local food systems. The Evergreen Community Gardens aims to form a strong and supportive community of gardeners that will all learn, teach and grow together.EmailWebsites
Evergreen Tabletop Guild
United by our love of role playing games, The Evergreen Tabletop Guild is dedicated to creating a safe space where Evergreen students can discuss, organize, and play tabletop RPG's and story games together. Anyone is welcome to play and run any type of game! We're always welcoming new players so come and join usMeetings
Sundays, LIB 0406 @3-6pm Tuesdays, LIB 0406 @5:30-8:30pmEmailWebsites
Flow Arts Club
To provide a welcoming space for students to experience flow arts, an activity of movement-based disciplines and prop manipulation. Connecting and growing as a community, welcoming all friends of all levels of experience and backgrounds.Meetings
Fridays @ 5-6:50 PM, COM 210
The Evergreen Gaming Guild is an organization that strives to bring our campus together in the spirit of celebration, through various gaming activities. with board games, video games, card games and more, we hopt to provide our student body with opportunities to grow closer as a community, as well as let off some steam. We welcome students of all identities, abilities, and skill levels, and have the firm belief that gaming is a recreation that should be accessible to everyone who wants to playMeetings
Wednesdays, CAB 313 (Big Wooden Table) @3-5pmEmail
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.
Graphic Novel Union
The Graphic Novel Union is Evergreen's student comic group. Our goal is to create a supportive community of students focused on the creation and discussion of comics. We wish to bring a love of comics and appreciation for their long, troubled, and multicultural history to the Evergreen community while also providing a creative outlet for any and all students interested in the medium of comics.Meetings
Screenings: Mondays 7-10pm in Sem 2 A1105 Regular Meetings: Wednesdays 4-6pm in Sem 2 C2107Email
Greener Anime Society (GRAS)
Hang out, heckle your favorite anime, discuss and debate amicably, eat cookies, and plan Chibi Chibi Con with us! GReener Anime Society, GRAS, is Evergreen's long-running anime club. We can always use more help with Chibi Chibi Con (the on-campus anime convention with 4000+ attendees we coordinate every year) and we love having more folks to stop by and talk about animation, fanworks, and their favorite shows. Yes, you can even hang out with us you watch domestic animation (we love shows like A:TLA!)Meetings
Fridays @ 2 - 3:50 PM, Purce Hall Lecture 3EmailWebsites
Our mission is to fight for your psyche, knocking back boredom or stress with long sticks, popcorn, and terrible films that are specially designed to destroy the intentions of even the strongest-willed professors.
We are MST360p.
We watch bad movies.
We ARE bad movies.Email
Native Student Alliance
The Native Student Alliance (NSA) focuses on building community among Native American Students on the Evergreen Campus. Our mission is to enrich the college experience for Native Students as well as amplifying the voice and presence of Indigenous Students as it relates to the policies and culture of the Evergreen State College.
Riot to Follow Theatre Productions
Riot to Follow Theater Productions is dedicated to entertaining, enriching, and empowering our campus and local communities by producing student originated theatrical work. We aim to provide consistent opportunities for students of TESC to discover and explore the performing arts in a fun, safe, and supportive environment.EmailWebsites
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
Sewing & Fiber Arts Club
The Sewing and Fiber Arts Club strives to create a community where people can come together to teach, learn, or simply just create amongst others. We hope to explore different sewing and fiber art techniques with the guidance of our members, creating a space where we can have workshops, work on projects together, or have a good old fashioned, sewing /knitting /spinning/ etc. circle. Creating in community.
Techno Sapiens is a club that is geared towards creating a space to have open conversations about the technology that is emerging in our world, homes, pockets, bodies. This is a space to talk about robots, gene editing, posthumans, dystopian realities, the wheel, cell phones, Facebook, surveillance, and anything else. We will draw from events happening in the world, science fiction, and our own imaginations. This is a club to question the world we live in and the world of tomorrow. Are we prepared for it? This club seeks to raise awareness of the impact of technology on our immediate lives. A partial goal of this club is to advocate for healthy relationships with technology (after first coming to decide what that is) and then raising awareness in our greater community for us all to have relationships with technology that we choose, rather than are chosen for us.Meetings
Mondays @ 5 pm - 6:30 pm, Lecture Hall Classroom 6EmailWebsites
The Evergreen Disc Golf Club
The Evergreen Disc Golf Club provides a fun, healthy, safe, and friendly environment for people looking to have fun by playing disc golf with fellow students. We welcome all skill levels. We work, play, and grow together.EmailWebsites
The Vegan Club
The purpose of the Vegan Club is to raise awareness about animal and human rights, environmentalism, nutrition, and wellness. We aim to keep an abolitionist perspective on veganism while working to strengthen our relationship with the community and benefit our campusMeetings
Fridays @ 4 - 6 PM, Purce Hall Classroom 8Email