Costs & Aid
As one of the few public liberal arts and sciences colleges in the nation, Evergreen offers tuition that is approximately $7,200 per year for Washington residents and $27,400 per year for out-of-state residents.
You could spend more than $60,000 per year at a private college to get the high caliber of education Evergreen offers. Beyond cost, no other college prepares you better for the way the world really works, unlocking lifelong opportunities for success in careers, service, graduate school, and beyond.
Evergreen participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange, which can help residents of sixteen Western states and territories reduce tuition by over 60%.
Evergreen’s unique curriculum makes us one of the most transfer-friendly colleges in the nation. Most likely, we can transfer nearly every credit you’ve earned at another institution or through exams such as AP and IB, saving you time and money in earning your bachelor's degree.
Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance is more than just tuition. As a Greener, your annual budget includes tuition, books and supplies, room and board (regardless of where you live), transportation, and personal expenses. Estimate your cost of attendance with the Freshman Net Price Calculator or Transfer Net Price Calculator.
|Total Annual COA||$25,350||$45,540|
This table shows the tuition for a typical full-time student taking 12 to 16 credits each quarter. The costs cover the nine-month academic year (three quarters) beginning in September and ending in June. Summer tuition and fees are different.
Books and supplies
|Room and board||$12,735||$12,735|
*Student fees are not included in tuition. Some fees are based on the number of credits you take each quarter. Some programs may have special fees for supplies or travel. Financial Services maintains a comprehensive list of student fees.
** Published figure is the amount mandatory for all undergraduate students in 2019-20. Fees can vary by location, course or program, and whether living on or off campus.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
You may be eligible for aid, including grants, work study, and loans. You must file a financial aid application every year to be considered for aid.