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Evergreen State College


The Evergreen State College is a public liberal arts college located in Olympia, Washington, between Seattle and Portland, in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.


At Evergreen, you earn you degree by combining your interests to create your own unique focus area that reflects what’s really important to you.


1. Online application (
2. $50 Application fee
3. Official transcripts
4. Test Optional


Non-Resident Tuition + Fees: $27,375

Financial Aid

Average Financial Aid Package for Non-Residents without loans: $16,424

Merit Scholarships available:
3.5-4.0: $11,956 (WUE)
3.0-3.49: $10,000
2.5-2.99: $5,000

Academics & Athletics

At Evergreen a single program takes the place of multiple classes. A program can span one, two, or even three quarters — allowing you the time needed to produce the kind of work that will kickstart your career.

Most programs at Evergreen are team-taught, so you’ll learn from faculty with expertise in multiple academic fields. Since you’ll take just one program at a time, you’ll develop a close working relationship with your faculty team. These relationships will guide your academic progress.

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As a member of the NAIA Greeners take their athletic performance just as serious as their academic performance.

While you’re earning your degree you can keep competing in, men’s and women’s basketball, and soccer, track & field, and women’s volleyball.

To get a hold a coach fill out this form:

Student Life

Explore what you care about. Be active in your college experience. Have fun while practicing skills for life. Write the narrative instead of reading it.


Evergreen feels like home, but with more options. You’ll find recreation and athletics opportunities galore, student groups and clubs, locally sourced food, great coffee, and the list goes on. This is a community made for exploring. Go on, poke around, and make our community yours.


Student groups represent interests in art, music, spirituality, culture, politics, environmental issues, gaming, and more. Whatever your thing, you’ll find it here. Check out a few of the student groups you can get involved with:

Campus Housing

Living on campus has many benefits:


1. No need to commute or fight for a parking space
2. Free, fast internet and other utilities
3. Easy access to events occurring on campus
4. Reduce your carbon footprint, and save time and money on your commute
5. Enjoy 1,000 acres of outdoor adventure in your backyard
6. You’ll be more engaged in our learning community: you’re more likely to make friends, go to campus events, and have discussions with people with differing political views (Source: 2018 National Survey of Student Engagement)


Where can you live?

Freshman straight from high school: in residence halls.


Explore the residence halls:

Residence hall rates:

Admissions Representative

George Castro

Phone: (360) 545-2562


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