Student COVID-19 Information

Like every other college and university, we’re feeling the effects of COVID-19. 

The spirit of innovation that Greeners have been practicing for nearly 50 years is evident as Evergreen faculty and staff quickly pivot to the new norms that teaching, learning, and providing services to students remotely bring. Students should know that the close 1:1 relationships that are a hallmark of an Evergreen education will continue.

Campus health and safety

Information about health and safety processes, including the health verification form, is available on the COVID-19 Health and Safety website

Financial aid and tuition

Some fees have been suspended either for the entire 2020-21 academic year or until further notice. See the tuition and fees page for details.

See the financial aid website for any updates to financial aid availability or processes during the 2020-21 academic year.

Academic and career advising

The Academic and Career Advising office is closed for in person visits. Advisors are available via Zoom. Please reach out to us via email at

Student Success and Advising Texting Line: Text (360) 323-9201 for support Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4:30 pm. If you have any questions or need support with anything related to spring quarter, send us a text and we are here to support you.

Fall courses and programs

Due to the prevalence of COVID-19 most of our Fall 2020 offerings will be conducted remotely. Any in-person activities will proceed with appropriate health and safety measures, including physical distancing.

Visit the Fall 2020 catalog to see available course options, and filter the catalog to view remote courses or hybrid coursesPrograms and courses that have planned for some in-person components are indicated in the program title. All other programs will be conducted fully remotely for fall quarter. Please read the catalog descriptions for specific details.

Evergreen is prepared to accommodate those students who need to attend classes remotely due to COVID-19 related illness, family care, quarantine, or health risk.

Remote instruction after Thanksgiving: To limit the risk of transmission within our community, all courses will switch to remote instruction after the week of Thanksgiving. This encompasses Week 9 through Evaluation Week, November 30 through December 18, 2020.

Student services

We are committed to supporting you with the resources you need to learn and thrive at Evergreen. For Fall 2020, most offices on campus will continue to offer services remotely. Some offices may offer limited in-person services; these offices will list hours and availability on their webpages. Most buildings and physical offices are closed. Some other important details:

Temporary policy changes

Credit award policy

Some students have not had the means to take part in real-time class meetings because of the pandemic. We have asked faculty to provide other methods of earning credit for those students. This access is even more crucial because of the current national response to police violence.

The policy change reflects the message the deans and Provost have shared with faculty repeatedly throughout spring quarter.

See the full text of the interim credit award policy or review the regular credit award policy.

Academic standing policy

This quarter's unique challenges may have added undue burden for students who were already struggling with school. Evergreen is suspending our usual Required Leave of Absence policy for one quarter to create more flexibility for supporting students.

See the full text of the interim academic standing policy or review the regular academic standing policy.

If you earned less than 75% of credit attempted, you will receive a notice of Academic Standing status, which may include an Academic Warning, but you will not be required to take a leave of absence.

Please follow these steps to make sure you are on track with school:

  1. Reach out to your current faculty. Talk to them about what credits you have earned and build a working plan to earn the most possible credits this quarter.
  2. Contact Academic Advising to find out the potential consequences of repeated significant loss of credit.
  3. Contact Karen Gaul at with any concerns you have about academic standing.