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Page updated 9/20/21

See latest employee FAQs


All Students

  • Upload your vaccine records NOW to help us process your record in time for first day of the quarter, September 27
  • See our FAQs for vaccine uploads

Coming to Campus?

  • Verify your equipment and space are functioning as needed. Plan ahead and give patience and grace to our C&C and Facilities staff who are doing their best to prioritize help tickets
  • Check out the latest food service options on campus
  • When on campus, wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status

All Employees

  • Preliminary data shows 97 percent of staff and 98 percent of faculty are vaxxed–congratulations to our community!
  • Attend September 23 COVID-19 health and safety session – (see your Outlook calendar invite for details)
  • Working remotely at least part of the week? Work with your supervisor to complete a telework agreement
  • See latest employee FAQs


  • Verify your employee vaccination and exemption lists (including student employees)
  • Submit your fall hours and services information at your earliest convenience
  • Questions about service hours? Speak to your VP/dean or email the COVID Health and Safety team


New Health Verification (HVF) Process Explained

IF YOU ARE VACCINATED:  You don’t need to complete an HVF unless you have COVID symptoms or exposures. If you have symptoms or exposure, use the HVF to tell us what’s happening, and stay home until you hear from us

IF YOU ARE EXEMPTED UNVACCINATED: Use the HVF each time you come to campus or attend in-person, college-related activities

Student Vaccination Deadline Approaching

Our compliance rate for students living on campus is very high as well. On September 20, we sent an email and text to every student we still need a record from. Students have until September 27 to upload their vaccine record (or earlier if engaging in any campus activities prior to week 1).

Clean Air Policy Reminder

Many of us are either new to campus or coming back after significant time away. As a reminder, we do have an air quality policy on campus, which calls for us to keep our fragrances at home. Some in our community have respiratory sensitivity. Please help us protect them. This is especially important given the conditions of the pandemic

Updated Reporting Info

See our link for up-to-date reporting

Pierce County Requiring Masks at Outdoor Events

Last week, Dr. Anthony L-T Chen, director of health for Tacoma-Pierce County, issued an order requiring attendees of outdoor events with 500 or more people to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status

Read Evergreen’s COVID-19 Fall Strategy

This site will be updated regularly to meet the changing environment and user needs.Information on working and learning from home, financial assistance, leave policies, etc. remain available at

If you have questions or comments about COVID-19 Health and Safety or Fall 2021 planning at Evergreen, please use our form or email us.