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Evergreen Moves to Remote Instruction Throughout Spring Quarter

The Evergreen State College will continue remote teaching and learning for the entirety of spring quarter, the college announced March 25.

“Given the continued uncertainty about the spread of the virus, our plan now is to deliver courses and programs remotely through the end of spring quarter,” said Evergreen President George Bridges. “We’re acquiring laptops which will soon be available for check-out by enrolled students who lack access to computers.”

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Remote Instruction Throughout Spring Quarter

Dear Campus Community, 
Thank you for your perseverance and patience over the last few weeks as we now turn to spring quarter, which will begin April 2. 
Given challenges and unpredictability around the COVID-19 virus, Evergreen is now planning to continue with remote instruction through the end of spring quarter 2020.
This decision, which we made the evening of March 24, follows Governor Inslee’s March 23 statewide mandate to stay at home.
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Evergreen Degree Spotlight: Master of Public Administration

A Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from The Evergreen State College can help you on the path to a fulfilling career in nonprofit and public management that promotes positive change in the world. Evergreen’s MPA program emphasizes a social justice approach to governing through its three main concentration areas. Check out some examples of careers you can pursue with this degree:

Public and Nonprofit Administration Concentration

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March 18, 2020 - Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Dear Campus Community,

We hope you’re taking care of yourselves and doing well, even if the week has been different than you originally anticipated. Our community’s ability to adapt as we navigate this ever-changing landscape together is a reminder of our resilience and contributes to our progress.