Returning residents and transfer students live in apartment-style housing. You'll have privacy and a more independent lifestyle while enjoying all the amenities of on-campus living.

Apartments offer common areas and a kitchen, so you can come together with your friends and build community.

Apartment buildings

Each apartment features four or six private bedrooms, a shared single-occupancy bathroom, and a spacious open-plan kitchen and living room. These are great spaces for studying or gathering with friends after school.

All apartments have been remodeled within the last five years with many sustainable features, including recyclable wood flooring and carpeting, dual flush toilets, low-flow shower heads, and no VOC paint.

Apartments E–U are three story buildings surrounding the Housing Community Center that house around thirty students in six separate units.

Modular housing

Modular housing, or the Mods, are smaller buildings with larger bedrooms and two bathrooms. They are farther from the campus core, but closer to parking and the forest. Each Mod houses six students per building.

Meal plans

If you choose to live in the apartments, you’re required to purchase a meal plan. You can select from a variety of great meal plan options, including the exclusive Thrifty 250 plan. Learn more about apartment meal plan options.

Floor plans

Apartment floor plan

View panoramas of a typical living space and bedroom.

View a map of campus (PDF) to see where everything is located.

Common area and kitchen furnishings:

  • Couch
  • Coffee table
  • Lounge chair
  • Dining table and chairs
  • Recycling center with trash can
  • Oven with stove
  • Refrigerator

Bedroom furnishings:

  • Extra-long twin-size bed
  • Desk with drawers
  • Chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet
  • Bulletin board
  • Bookshelf (in apartments E–U only, not in the Mods)

Read more about what to bring

Taylor in her apartment

Roommates cooking a meal in their on-campus apartment.

Move-in Day

Students moving in to their apartments. The employees of RAD Services were on hand to give directions and help new residents get their possessions into the building.

Specialized options

The following options are available for any resident.

Quiet: for students who prefer a quieter, academic environment, these rooms require observation of quiet hours at all times.

Substance Free: for students who are committed to leading lives without the use of alcohol or other drugs.

Transfer Student House: for students who have transferred from another college and are new to Evergreen.

Themed housing

The following themes are offered on a separate application basis, allowing students with shared priorities to live together.

Legacy Hall:Legacy Hall is an intentional living community on campus where students from a variety of cultural backgrounds, perhaps holding multiple intersectional identities, will participate in a cultural exchange. This will both enhance visibility of communities of color on campus and create a supportive and multifaceted learning experience for the participants. This community will create a space to enhance the learning experiences that a student may not find in other facets of their educational pathways. Learn more about Legacy Hall.

Over 30 House: This community is designed for students who are over 30 years old and would prefer to live with other students who are also over 30. Learn more about Over 30 House.

Rainbow Fort: This safe-space gender-neutral housing is for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, transgender, gender non-conforming, gender queer, asexual, and/or intersex, as well as committed allies. Rainbow Fort is designed to promote personal growth and community building within a safe and supportive environment. Designations such as biological sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression are not used in making housing assignments in this specialized community. Learn more about Rainbow Fort.