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Welcome to the descriptive directory

Academic Advising

Meet with an advisor to explore your academic and career options, plan your pathway, and prepare for life after Evergreen.


Academic Deans Connect with the academic deans if you have concerns about a faculty member, credit award/evaluations, academic standing, ensuring your access and access accommodations are met, and more.

Access Services for Students with Disabilities

Identify educational aids, services, and accommodations you may need, including accessible parking, alternate media and testing, Assistive Technology Lab, books on tape, note takers, counseling referrals, sign language interpreters, and tutorial assistance.

Archives & Archivists Read, hear, and view the historical documentation of our unique college.

Career Advising

Meet with an advisor to prepare your professional presence (resumes, cover letters, personal statements, LinkedIn, mock interviews) and learn about job search tools and strategies.

International Student Advising

Get support with academic or career planning, F-1 or J-1 visa regulations, and talk with someone about U.S. and Evergreen culture, homesickness, and how to have a safe, successful experience with us.

First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, & Queer Support Services

Have space for discovering your identity and get support from people who get you. Attend empowering culturally wealthy events for students of color and LGBTQ+ students.

Greener Hub Help Tickets

Submit your questions 24/7 to the Greener Hub help ticket system. We work with all campus areas to find the right person to answer your question, whether it’s about financial aid, tech support, or how to get your transcript. You should receive a response within two business days or less.

Library & Librarians

Access our book collections and digital databases, full-text journals, e-books, film streaming, and chat research assistance. Meet with a librarian to get help finding your text or develop your research topics.

Media Loan

Learn how to use and borrow media equipment including microphones, cameras, lighting kits, and more. Open to students whose media projects generate academic credit, regardless of experience level or area of study.

Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center (QuaSR)

Work with a peer tutor to strengthen and expand your math and science abilities and get help with homework, preparing for exams, research, lab notebooks, and more. No appointment is necessary.

Science Support Center

Check out equipment, purchase supplies, master lab safety, learn how to use scientific equipment, train on research-grade instrumentation, and plan for science research projects.

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TRiO Student Success

Apply to the TRiO program for support with academic advising, advocacy, and financial guidance. If you are low-income, the first in your family to attend college, and/or have a documented disability, the TRiO program is here for you.

Writing Center

Bring ideas or drafts (academic, professional, or personal), and talk with a peer tutor about your writing process, ideas, grammar, arguments, and craft. Use our website to make an appointment or walk in.

Veterans Resource Center

Have space to explore your educational options and receive and manage the benefits you earned through your service to our country. We serve all military, dependents, and veterans with respect, compassion, and confidentiality.