Exchange Programs

Exchange programs are agreements that allow a two-for-two exchange of Evergreen students or faculty to “sister schools.”  Students pay their Evergreen home tuition rate as usual, plus travel and living expenses overseas, all while remaining enrolled as an Evergreen student.

Please complete the Application for Evergreen Exchange Programs (PDF / DOC) and Statement of Intent to Study Abroad (PDF / DOC) if you would like to be considered for one of these exchange programs.


Xing Wei College in Shanghai


Roskilde Univeristy-Denmark


University of Hyogo in Kobe

University of Miyazaki in Miyazaki City

South Korea

Daejeon University-South Korea

USA - CIEL Domestic Exchanges

The Evergreen State College is a member of the Consortium for Innovative Environments in Learning (CIEL).  This membership offers Evergreen students the opportunity to study for a limited time and under limited conditions at one of 12 other member colleges and universities around the U.S. For more information about specific CIEL opportunities available to you, please contact Michael Clifthorne, Evergreen CIEL Liaison, via or 360-867-6312.

USA - UW Jackson School of International Studies

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington, Seattle, offers Evergreen juniors and seniors a chance to spend one year in the program, focusing on one of 14 regional study areas: Africa, Canada, China, Comparative Religion, European, International, Japan, Jewish Studies, Korea, Latin America and Caribbean, Middle East, Russia-Eastern Europe-Central Asia, South Asia and Southeast Asia studies. Students earn 12-18 quarter credits each quarter, depending on class selection. Evergreen can only recommend a small number of students to this program, so it is competitive, with applications due each March for the following year.

For more information about Evergreen's application procedures for this competitive program, go to The Jackson School Program.