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Student LIFE Kick-Off October 1
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Student LIFE is excited to begin Fall Quarter with our annual Student LIFE Kick-off! We will be welcoming students to EvCC by providing info booths about Student LIFE, ASB Senate, athletics, clubs and many more campus activities, such as Blood Drive Sign-Ups, pre-sale discounted Seattle Sounders Tickets, and Trojan Nation T-Shirt sales supporting athletic scholarships. Visit Student Senate at Snack & Chat and tell us what fun and exciting events you would like to see on campus by filling out a survey! There will also be free hotdogs, drinks, and a live steel drum band with an upbeat reggae and soca music style performed by The Toucans!

More Info: Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity & Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505

Parks Courtyard or Jackson Center (if rain) Campus Event, Student Activities
Discounted Sounder Ticket Sales - SOLD OUT! October 6
8:00am
to October 22
5:00pm

Are you ready for another soccer game day? Prepare your green and blue colors as well as your Sounders spirit because the last game of the season is at hand and we will be holding a discounted ticket sales for EvCC students. Join us in supporting our home team, the Seattle Sounders in their game against the LA Galaxy! The game will be held at the Centurylink Field on Saturday, October 25th 2014 at 11:30am

This sporting event will be a great family event for both soccer enthusiasts and people of all ages. Pre-sale tickets will be available at the Student LIFE Kick-off from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday, October 1 in the Parks Courtyard or Jackson Center if inclement weather. Official Ticket Sales will take place on Monday, October 6 in the Paperclip, located in Parks 203 during regularly scheduled business hours. Hurry up and get your tickets while supplies last!

Cost: $15 per ticket for EvCC students with current student ID card and $18 per ticket for non-EvCC students, staff and faculty

More Info:  Anthony Ansay, Special Events & Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Paperclip, PSU 203 Student Activities
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 1 October 13
8:00am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Safe Zone B-Day & National Coming Out Day ft Spoken Word Poetry October 9
11:00am
to
1:00pm

Cake & Conversation @ Parks Student Union
Spoken Word Poets Ela Barton & Raven Lachell Taylor @ Russel Day Gallery, Parks Student Union

Come out to The Safe Zone Birthday!You’re invited to celebrate The Safe Zone Birthday and recognize National Coming Out Day! The Safe Zone committee on campus, founded in December of 2000, supports LGBTQIA+ members of the college community and provides a safe and welcoming environment for them. Displaying the Safe Zone symbol shows support for the community, and communicates that it is safe to talk to the person who displays it. The symbol is also welcoming to LGBTQIA+ members of the community. Countless colleges across the US have Safe Zone committees, and Everett Community College is proud to be one of them. 

At the event, there will be many festivities for your enjoyment, including colorful decorations, free pins, and free birthday cake. Those who attend have the opportunity to learn about the Safe Zone and converse with volunteers about the Safe Zone, National Coming Out Day, and their histories. There will be free custom-made pins and glow-in-the-dark bracelets available for taking after signing a banner to show your support. Either a pin or a bracelet may be taken, but not both.

Join us in the Gallery with Raven Lachell Taylor is a spoken word poet from the Seattle area. Raven is the Coordinator of Cultural Activism for Queer Youth Space, a member of Youth Speaks Seattle Slam Team, and a member of the multi-media artist collective, 'White Friends' (pronounced Black Friends). 

Ela Barton is a queer poet and artist living in Seattle, Washington. She is the 2007 Bainbridge Island Poetry Slam Champion, a four-time finalist of the Seattle Poetry Slam Grand Slam (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) and the first woman to win Jack McCarthy’s Evergreen Invitational (2011). Barton has taught Creative Writing and Performance Poetry at Bent: A Queer Writing Institute. Ela’s work has been featured onfortyouncebachelors.com and Adrienne: A Poetry Journal of Queer Women by Sibling Rivalry Press. She is the current co-slammaster & founder of the Rain City Poetry Slam and adapted the concept of Vancouver’s “Mashed Poetics” to create a similar monthly, music inspired, poetry show, Liner Notes.

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, or Student LIFE advisor Lindsay Hudson at (425)-388-9508.

Parks Student Union & Russell Day Gallery Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 2 October 14
8:30am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
The Clothesline Project October 20
8:00am
to October 23
7:00pm

Support Domestic Violence Survivors through the Clothesline Project 

Before the age of 18, 1 out of 3 girls and 1 out of 5 boys will experience incest or sexual assault. This statistic is astounding, and also horrifying. Research has shown that survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault are more likely to be depressed and contemplate suicide. Any person on earth, regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, culture, religion, education level, marital status, or employment status can experience domestic violence and sexual assault.

Event Summary

  •  Monday, October 13, 2014: The Clothesline Project drive will take place beginning the week before The Clothesline Project on through Thursday, October 23, 2014. Donations will be placed in the donation bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union. A wish list of items will be placed above the donation bin and can be downloaded - HERE
  •     October 20-23, 2014: The Clothesline Project and activities will take place all day during the week of Monday through Thursday, in Parks Student Union. 
  •     Monday, October 20, 2014: A recording will play in Parks Student Union all day to demonstrate statistics about domestic violence and sexual assault. 
  •     Tuesday, October 21, 2014: A moment of silence will take place in Parks Student Union at 1:30 pm to honor those who lost their lives because of domestic violence. 
  •     Wednesday, October 22, 2014: A domestic violence speaker will come to the Senate Room in Jackson Center between the times of 12:30pm and 2:30pm. 
  •     Thursday, October 23, 2014: A pledge to end domestic violence and sexual assault and balloon releasing activity will take place in the grassy area in front of the Jackson Center at 1:30pm. 

Support your community by participating in the Clothesline Project, which began in 1990 in Hyannis, MA. You will have the opportunity to donate vital items to those affect by domestic violence and sexual assault through The Clothesline Project Drive. You will also have the opportunity to honor those who have been affected by viewing the t-shirt display and sharing your words of support. Let’s work together to bring awareness to sexual assault and domestic violence. With your help, we can make a better tomorrow. 

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, or Student LIFE advisor Lindsay Hudson at (425)-388-9508.

Parks Student Union Campus Event, Student Activities
Trojan Game Day - Soccer October 4
12:00pm

v. Skagit Valley Community College

Free prizes!

Wear RED & Join the Trojan Nation!

#TrojanNation

Student Activities
Sounders Game Day - SOLD OUT October 25
12:00pm

Are you ready for another soccer game day? Prepare your green and blue colors as well as your Sounders spirit because the last game of the season is at hand and we will be holding a discounted ticket sales for EvCC students. Join us in supporting our home team, the Seattle Sounders in their game against the LA Galaxy! The game will be held at the Centurylink Field on Saturday, October 25th 2014 at 12pm

This sporting event will be a great family event for both soccer enthusiasts and people of all ages. Pre-sale tickets will be available at the Student LIFE Kick-off from 11am to 1pm on Wednesday, October 1st in the Parks Courtyard or Jackson Center if inclement weather. Official Ticket Sales will take place on Monday, October 6 in the Paperclip, located in Parks 203 during regularly scheduled business hours. Hurry up and get your tickets while supplies last!

Cost: $15 per ticket to EvCC students with current student ID card and $18 per ticket for non EvCC students, staff, and faculty.(ID cards available in the Paperclip, Parks 203)

For more information contact Anthony Ansay, Special Events & Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Century Link Field Student Activities
Spooktacular Halloween & Club Fest October 30
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Calling all the zombies, witches and the creepiest of all creatures that lurk on the face of the earth! It is the time of the year again for you to take out your rusty old costumes from the closet. This means you if you are reading this you are invited to the most Spooktacular Halloween Party EvCC has hosted yet!

If you are not fond of the spooky stuff you are more than welcome to come dress up as a double agent, storm trooper, cartoon character, or anything you want! Come and join our costume contest where the top 3 most Spooktacular and best-dressed students, staff and faculty members will take home amazing prizes and lots of candies! The costume contest will start at 12 noon and the student contestants will have the opportunity to win $75, $50 and $25 gift cards. The staff and faculty also have the chance to show off their costumes and will have the opportunity to win $100, $75 and $50 gift cards donated by EvCC.

Don’t have a costume? Drop by the booths in Parks from 10am-1pm where you will not only get to know the clubs on campus, but you also might find something even more. We will be having games and a lot of fun stuff for you to do! Who knows what you may see around campus. Beware! You don’t who might be walking behind you…

For more information contact Anthony Ansay, Special Events and Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Parks Student Union Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
The Clothesline Project - Donation Drive October 13
8:00am
to October 24
5:00pm

October 13-24
Donations to benefit local domestic violence shelters are being collected in a bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union, 209. 

Suggested Donations:

  • Transitional Housing Items (ex. pots, pans, kitchen equipment, deodorant, new warm blankets, etc)
  • Women's Holiday Wish List Items (ex. bath sets, towels, DVDs (non-violent), pajamas, etc)
  • Older Children's Wishes (ex. craft projects, new socks/underwear, sports equipment, etc)
  • Young Children's Wishes (ex. legos, board games, sleeping bags, playsets, etc)
  • Toddler's (ages 1-3) Wishes (ex. clothing, strollers, educational toys, playsets, etc)

​Pick-up a complete Wish List of items in Student LIFE, PSU 209 or download one - HERE!

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, 

 

 

Student LIFE, PSU 209 Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Cross Country - Trojan Game Day October 18
10:30am

Wear red and come show your support for EvCC's Men's & Women's Cross-Country team and join the Trojan Nation!

M & W Cross-Country
Emerald City Open
10:30am @ Lower Woodland Park, Seattle

 

Lower Woodland Park Athletics, Student Activities
Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic October 29
11:00am
to
3:00pm

Student LIFE Programs Board and Rite Aid are sponsoring a Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic, available for individuals with or without insurance. Individuals with insurance cards will be asked to present their cards and their insurance will be charged. Those without insurance will receive the influenza vaccination for $25.00 with valid student ID (Available in the Paperclip, PSU 203) $31.99. For all other individuals without ID. Cost of additional vaccinations to be determined. 

Please download a copy of the Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* or pick one up in Student LIFE,  and complete it before your appointment. Appointments can be made in Student LIFE, PSU 209 any time during regular business hours begging Monday, October 20, and continuing through October 28. Drop-ins are welcome the day of the event, however priority will be given to individuals who have signed-up.  

Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* - download
*If under age 18, parents/legal guardian must sign the consent form.
Influenza Info Sheet - download
Tdap Info Sheet - download

For more information on this event, please contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

Liberty Hall Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Monster Mash APSU Halloween Party October 30
5:00pm
to
10:00pm

Music, dancing, games, and food.

Costume party with prizes.

$5 between 5pm-6pm. $8 after 6pm. 

Student Fitness Center Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Snack & Chat October 29
10:00am
to
12:00pm

Join Student LIFE and EvCC’s Student Government Fall Quarter for four bi-weekly Snack & Chats. The Snack & Chat is a chance for your voice to be heard and for you to make a difference, as you chat with student senate members, ambassadors or club members, you will learn about what is happening on campus and be able to let Student LIFE know what you would like to see on campus, and you get a free snack!  So, stop on by and Snack & Chat with us. 

For more information contact Nichols Eveland, ASB VP of Public Relations, at (425) 388-9317, or Jennifer Rhodes, Student LIFE Advisor at (425) 388-9509.

Gray Wolf Hall Clubs, Student Activities
Breast Cancer Awareness October 27
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Sport a clip on pink hair extension to show your support of breast cancer awareness, pink hair extensions will be sold for $2.00 and are a simple but, bold way to show your support. Also, join   Student Programs Board and the Student Nurses Organization to get educated on how to perform self-breast exams to help monitor for breast cancer, each participant with receive a life-like mini-breast with mass to aid the educational experience. Remember men can get breast cancer too and the best chance for survival is early detection!   

Monday and Tuesday, October 27th & 28th, 2014 in the Student LIFE Corner (outside Parks 209) from 10am-1pm, and Thursday, October 30, 2014 at Clubfest.

For more information contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9509

Student LIFE Student Activities
Breast Cancer Awareness October 28
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Sport a clip on pink hair extension to show your support of breast cancer awareness, pink hair extensions will be sold for $2.00 and are a simple but, bold way to show your support. Also, join   Student Programs Board and the Student Nurses Organization to get educated on how to perform self-breast exams to help monitor for breast cancer, each participant with receive a life-like mini-breast with mass to aid the educational experience. Remember men can get breast cancer too and the best chance for survival is early detection!   

Monday and Tuesday, October 27th & 28th, 2014 in the Student LIFE Corner (outside Parks 209) from 10am-1pm, and Thursday, October 30, 2014 at Clubfest.

For more information contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9509

Student LIFE Student Activities
Last Day to Register, Add or Drop With No Record for Fall October 3
9:00am
to
4:30pm

You must drop your class in person at Enrollment Services, located in Parks 201, by 4:30 pm.

Campus Important Deadline
50% Refund Deadline for Fall October 10
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Last day for 50% refund (20th calendar day). You MUST drop by the end of business day, 4:30 p.m. Self support and non-standard classes may not have a 50% refund, or may have a different deadline. See the Class Schedule

Campus Important Deadline
Deadline to Make Residency Changes for Fall October 21
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Today is the last day to make changes to residency, for tuition purposes, for Fall Quarter 2014. Please contact Elsa Haag in Enrollment Services with questions.

Campus Important Deadline
Deadline for applying to graduate at the end of Winter Quarter October 31
(All day)

Today is the deadline for applying to graduate at the end of Winter Quarter. Please submit your application at www.everettcc.edu/graduation.

Please contact Sydnie Tran in Enrollment Services with questions.

Important Deadline
Study Abroad in Costa Rica: Registration Deadline October 3
5:00pm

LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO STUDY ABROAD IN COSTA RICA

The fastest way to learn about another culture is by immersing yourself in its life and language. Join us on our affordable study abroad program to visit a rich landscape of volcanoes, cloud forests, and tropical beaches. Earn college credits while recording your impressions through sketching, learning Spanish, and community-based service projects with EvCC instructors Linda Berkley, Studio Art and Phebe Shen, English/Global Studies.

WHI 308 Important Deadline
20/40 Payment Plan: Second Installment Due Today for Fall October 10
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Students who are in agreement under EvCC's 20/40 payment plan must pay the 2nd installment by the close of business today. Payments must be made in person at the Cashiers Office located in the Parks Student Union. Students who fail to make this payment risk being removed from classes and will need to pay a fee to reinstate their agreement. The final payment is due on October 31st.

Campus Important Deadline
20/40 Payment Plan: Final Installment Due for Fall Quarter October 31
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Today is the deadline to pay the final installment of the 20/40 payment plan for Fall Quarter 2014. You may pay with a credit card online through the Student Kiosk or in person at the Cashiers Office in the Parks Student Union. Students who miss this payment risk being dropped from classes and will need to pay a fee to be reinstated in classes.

Campus and Online Important Deadline
Beyond the Textbook: Engaging Students for Future Success October 3
12:00pm
to
4:00pm

Reservations Required
Location: Everett Public Schools Community Resource Center, 3900 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201

Together, we will explore thoughts and ideas about building relationships that strengthen learning for our students and support achievement of their goals for a successful future. The ideas we gather from you at this event will be valuable in assisting the college in implementing our Strategic Priorities of Student Success and Community Connections and Partnerships and helping us better understand the needs and expectations of our community, students, and employees.

There is no cost to you for this event, and lunch is included.  Please sign up now!  Please register by emailing strategicplanning@everettcc.edu or calling 425-297-3140 with your email address and phone number to confirm your seat.

Community Resource Center, 3900 Broadway, Everett, WA Community Events
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 1 October 13
8:00am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 2 October 14
8:30am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
The Clothesline Project - Donation Drive October 13
8:00am
to October 24
5:00pm

October 13-24
Donations to benefit local domestic violence shelters are being collected in a bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union, 209. 

Suggested Donations:

  • Transitional Housing Items (ex. pots, pans, kitchen equipment, deodorant, new warm blankets, etc)
  • Women's Holiday Wish List Items (ex. bath sets, towels, DVDs (non-violent), pajamas, etc)
  • Older Children's Wishes (ex. craft projects, new socks/underwear, sports equipment, etc)
  • Young Children's Wishes (ex. legos, board games, sleeping bags, playsets, etc)
  • Toddler's (ages 1-3) Wishes (ex. clothing, strollers, educational toys, playsets, etc)

​Pick-up a complete Wish List of items in Student LIFE, PSU 209 or download one - HERE!

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, 

 

 

Student LIFE, PSU 209 Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Food Policy Panel Discussion October 21
12:15pm

National Food Day
Panel Discussion on Food Policy
Join producers and policy makers for a panel discussion about affordable, safe and healthy food in Snohomish County.

Wilderness Room, Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events
Food and Nutrition Fair October 23
10:00am

National Food Day
Food and Nutrition Education Fair

  • Samples of health sustainable food (with recipes!)
  • Cookbook exchange
  • Food Drive
Jackson Center Academic, Campus Event, Community Events
Author Talk October 25
2:00pm

National Food Day
Dr. Elizabeth Smoots
"We Are What We Eat (and so Are Our Kids)"

Everett Public Library Auditorium Community Events
Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic October 29
11:00am
to
3:00pm

Student LIFE Programs Board and Rite Aid are sponsoring a Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic, available for individuals with or without insurance. Individuals with insurance cards will be asked to present their cards and their insurance will be charged. Those without insurance will receive the influenza vaccination for $25.00 with valid student ID (Available in the Paperclip, PSU 203) $31.99. For all other individuals without ID. Cost of additional vaccinations to be determined. 

Please download a copy of the Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* or pick one up in Student LIFE,  and complete it before your appointment. Appointments can be made in Student LIFE, PSU 209 any time during regular business hours begging Monday, October 20, and continuing through October 28. Drop-ins are welcome the day of the event, however priority will be given to individuals who have signed-up.  

Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* - download
*If under age 18, parents/legal guardian must sign the consent form.
Influenza Info Sheet - download
Tdap Info Sheet - download

For more information on this event, please contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

Liberty Hall Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Precision Machining Info Session October 21
3:00pm

Precision Machining Information Session

AMTEC Building, Room 132 Workshop and Info Sessions
Composites Info Session October 14
3:00pm

Composites Information Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Precision Machining Info Session October 7
6:00pm

Precision Machining Info Session

AMTEC Building, Room 132 Workshop and Info Sessions
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session October 8
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session October 22
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Study Abroad in Costa Rica: Informational Meeting October 1
1:30pm

The fastest way to learn about another culture is by immersing yourself in its life and language. Join us on our affordable study abroad program to visit a rich landscape of volcanoes, cloud forests, and tropical beaches. Earn college credits while recording your impressions through sketching, learning Spanish, and community-based service projects with EvCC instructors Linda Berkley, Studio Art and Phebe Shen, English/Global Studies.

GWH 286 Workshop and Info Sessions
Cross Country - Trojan Game Day October 18
10:30am

Wear red and come show your support for EvCC's Men's & Women's Cross-Country team and join the Trojan Nation!

M & W Cross-Country
Emerald City Open
10:30am @ Lower Woodland Park, Seattle

 

Lower Woodland Park Athletics, Student Activities
Cross Country Northern Region Championships October 24
12:00pm

Everett CC is hosting the 2014 North-West Region Championships Meet for Men's & Women's Cross Country. The meet will take place on Friday, Oct. 24th at McCullom Park in S. Everett. The Men's Race begins at 12:00pm and the Women's Race starts at 12:45pm.  The Trojans will be racing against teams from Skagit Valley College, Green River CC, Olympic College, & Highline CC.

McCullom Park - 620-128th St. in S. Everett Athletics
Volleyball Home Game v Olympic October 22
7:00pm

The Trojan Volleyball Team will host the Rangers of Olympic College tonight in a league match. The match will take place in the Student Fitness Center and the first set will start at 7:00pm. Admission is $5.00 per person (12 years +) and is FREE to current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID. ID must be shown at door to receive the free entry.

Student Fitness Center Athletics
W. Soccer @ Skagit Valley October 22
1:00pm

The Women's Soccer Team will be in Mt. Vernon, WA to play a league game with the Skagit Valley College Cardinals today. The game will begin at 1:00pm and will be played on the Soccer Field to the east of the campus. Directions to the game are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Skagit Valley College Athletics
M. Soccer @ Skagit Valley October 22
3:15pm

The Trojan Men's Soccer Team will travel to play a league game at Skagit Valley College today. The game will take place in Mt. Vernon, WA on the field next to the campus and begin at 3:15pm. Directions to SVC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Skagit Valley College Athletics
W. Soccer host Green River October 25
12:00pm

The Trojan Women's Soccer Team hosts the Gators of Green River CC today in a league game. The game will start at 12:00pm and will be played at Kasch Park on Field #2. Admission is free to all and directions to Kasch Park - 8811 Kasch Park/Airport Rd - are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Kasch Park - 8811 Kasch Park Rd/Airport Rd Athletics
Volleyball @ Whatcom October 28
7:00pm

The Volleyball Team will travel to Bellingham, WA to play a league match with the Orcas of Whatcom CC tonight. The match will be played at Meridian High School, as WCC is remodeling their gym. The first set will start at 7:00pm. Directions to Meridian HS are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Meridian High School - Bellingham, WA Athletics
Volleyball hosts Shoreline October 29
7:00pm

The Volleyball Team will play a league match with the Dolphins of Shoreline CC tonight in the Student Fitness Center. The first set begins at 7:00pm. Admission is FREE to current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID - ID must be shown at door to receive free entry - otherwise it is $5.00 per person, 12 years old and up.

Student Fitness Center Athletics
Volleyball @ Mt. Hood Tournament October 31
4:00pm
to November 1
8:30pm

The Trojan Volleyball Team will be in Gresham, OR today & tomorrow to participate in the 2014 Dorian Harris Halloween Tournament, hosted by Mt. Hood CC. Today, Everett will face Umpqua CC at 4:00pm and at 6:00pm they will face Tacoma CC. Game times & opponents for Nov. 1st are determined by how the games go today.  Directions to MHCC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Mt. Hood CC - Gresham, OR Athletics
Food and Nutrition Fair October 23
10:00am

National Food Day
Food and Nutrition Education Fair

  • Samples of health sustainable food (with recipes!)
  • Cookbook exchange
  • Food Drive
Jackson Center Academic, Campus Event, Community Events
Student LIFE Kick-Off October 1
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Student LIFE is excited to begin Fall Quarter with our annual Student LIFE Kick-off! We will be welcoming students to EvCC by providing info booths about Student LIFE, ASB Senate, athletics, clubs and many more campus activities, such as Blood Drive Sign-Ups, pre-sale discounted Seattle Sounders Tickets, and Trojan Nation T-Shirt sales supporting athletic scholarships. Visit Student Senate at Snack & Chat and tell us what fun and exciting events you would like to see on campus by filling out a survey! There will also be free hotdogs, drinks, and a live steel drum band with an upbeat reggae and soca music style performed by The Toucans!

More Info: Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity & Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505

Parks Courtyard or Jackson Center (if rain) Campus Event, Student Activities
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 1 October 13
8:00am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Slavery Symposium October 21
9:00am

The Humanities Alliance presents the first of a panel of experts who will examine the challenges and impacts of modern-day slavery in Washington state. Free and open to the campus and community. Made possible by a grant from the Global Education Initiative. Moderator: Steven Tobias

JKC 101 Campus Event
Slavery Symposium October 23
11:00am

The Humanities Alliance presents the second of a panel of experts who will examine the challenges and impacts of modern-day slavery in Washington state. Free and open to the campus and community. Made possible by a grant from the Global Education Initiative. Moderator: Steven Tobias

BAK 120 Campus Event
Tuesday Travelogue: Iceland, Ireland, Scotland & England October 7
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance presents one in a series of travelogues for Fall Quarter. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Heather Uhl

JKC 107 Campus Event
Tuesday Travelogue: Java, Bali, & Australia October 14
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance presents one in a series of travelogues for Fall Quarter. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Steve Lyons

JKC 107 Campus Event
Tuesday Travelogue: Antarctica October 21
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance presents one in a series of travelogues for Fall Quarter. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Cobi Seslar

BAK 120 Campus Event
Safe Zone B-Day & National Coming Out Day ft Spoken Word Poetry October 9
11:00am
to
1:00pm

Cake & Conversation @ Parks Student Union
Spoken Word Poets Ela Barton & Raven Lachell Taylor @ Russel Day Gallery, Parks Student Union

Come out to The Safe Zone Birthday!You’re invited to celebrate The Safe Zone Birthday and recognize National Coming Out Day! The Safe Zone committee on campus, founded in December of 2000, supports LGBTQIA+ members of the college community and provides a safe and welcoming environment for them. Displaying the Safe Zone symbol shows support for the community, and communicates that it is safe to talk to the person who displays it. The symbol is also welcoming to LGBTQIA+ members of the community. Countless colleges across the US have Safe Zone committees, and Everett Community College is proud to be one of them. 

At the event, there will be many festivities for your enjoyment, including colorful decorations, free pins, and free birthday cake. Those who attend have the opportunity to learn about the Safe Zone and converse with volunteers about the Safe Zone, National Coming Out Day, and their histories. There will be free custom-made pins and glow-in-the-dark bracelets available for taking after signing a banner to show your support. Either a pin or a bracelet may be taken, but not both.

Join us in the Gallery with Raven Lachell Taylor is a spoken word poet from the Seattle area. Raven is the Coordinator of Cultural Activism for Queer Youth Space, a member of Youth Speaks Seattle Slam Team, and a member of the multi-media artist collective, 'White Friends' (pronounced Black Friends). 

Ela Barton is a queer poet and artist living in Seattle, Washington. She is the 2007 Bainbridge Island Poetry Slam Champion, a four-time finalist of the Seattle Poetry Slam Grand Slam (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) and the first woman to win Jack McCarthy’s Evergreen Invitational (2011). Barton has taught Creative Writing and Performance Poetry at Bent: A Queer Writing Institute. Ela’s work has been featured onfortyouncebachelors.com and Adrienne: A Poetry Journal of Queer Women by Sibling Rivalry Press. She is the current co-slammaster & founder of the Rain City Poetry Slam and adapted the concept of Vancouver’s “Mashed Poetics” to create a similar monthly, music inspired, poetry show, Liner Notes.

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, or Student LIFE advisor Lindsay Hudson at (425)-388-9508.

Parks Student Union & Russell Day Gallery Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Fall Quarter Blood Drive - Day 2 October 14
8:30am
to
2:30pm

Be a lifesaver! Help those in need by becoming a donor at the Student LIFE & The Puget Sound Blood Center quarterly Blood Drive!  According to the Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs a blood transfusion. But only 5% of the eligible population donates blood in a given year. Currently, there is no other substitute than healthy donors like YOU. Come donate, and be the difference in someone’s life.

Blood Drive Sign-up locations/times:
Wednesday, Oct 1 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the "Student LIFE Kick Off",  Parks Courtyard
Thursday, Oct 2 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Monday, Oct 6 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209
Tuesday, Oct 7 between 11:00 am - 1:00 pm in front of Student LIFE, PSU 209

You may also drop by Student LIFE, PSU 209 and sign up anytime. Walk-ins during the blood drive will be accepted for those with unpredictable schedules, however priority will be given to those with prior appointments.

More Info: Gail Gutierrez, Health & Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505.

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
The Clothesline Project October 20
8:00am
to October 23
7:00pm

Support Domestic Violence Survivors through the Clothesline Project 

Before the age of 18, 1 out of 3 girls and 1 out of 5 boys will experience incest or sexual assault. This statistic is astounding, and also horrifying. Research has shown that survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault are more likely to be depressed and contemplate suicide. Any person on earth, regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, culture, religion, education level, marital status, or employment status can experience domestic violence and sexual assault.

Event Summary

  •  Monday, October 13, 2014: The Clothesline Project drive will take place beginning the week before The Clothesline Project on through Thursday, October 23, 2014. Donations will be placed in the donation bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union. A wish list of items will be placed above the donation bin and can be downloaded - HERE
  •     October 20-23, 2014: The Clothesline Project and activities will take place all day during the week of Monday through Thursday, in Parks Student Union. 
  •     Monday, October 20, 2014: A recording will play in Parks Student Union all day to demonstrate statistics about domestic violence and sexual assault. 
  •     Tuesday, October 21, 2014: A moment of silence will take place in Parks Student Union at 1:30 pm to honor those who lost their lives because of domestic violence. 
  •     Wednesday, October 22, 2014: A domestic violence speaker will come to the Senate Room in Jackson Center between the times of 12:30pm and 2:30pm. 
  •     Thursday, October 23, 2014: A pledge to end domestic violence and sexual assault and balloon releasing activity will take place in the grassy area in front of the Jackson Center at 1:30pm. 

Support your community by participating in the Clothesline Project, which began in 1990 in Hyannis, MA. You will have the opportunity to donate vital items to those affect by domestic violence and sexual assault through The Clothesline Project Drive. You will also have the opportunity to honor those who have been affected by viewing the t-shirt display and sharing your words of support. Let’s work together to bring awareness to sexual assault and domestic violence. With your help, we can make a better tomorrow. 

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, or Student LIFE advisor Lindsay Hudson at (425)-388-9508.

Parks Student Union Campus Event, Student Activities
University Transfer Fair October 20
2:00pm

If you are thinking of transferring to a 4-year university and wish to earn a bachelor’s degree, this fair is for you!

You don’t have to travel far to meet and talk to the university admissions representatives!  You can find out the admissions requirements, scholarship information, housing, and more right here at EvCC on October 20, 2014.  We will have 45 university reps coming all the way from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Washington and even Canada.

Come check out the fair for your future!

For more information contact Marla Tembreull at mtembreull@everettcc.edu.

Jackson Center Campus Event
Humanities Alliance: China Town Hall October 16
3:45pm

Sponsored by the Global Studies Department, this nationwide live broadcast of the eighth China Town Hall presents the impact of the current and future U.S/China relationship on personal and professional lives. President Jimmy Carter is the official CTH speaker, followed by a local China specialist who will present issues and topics after the live webcast. Participation and discussion by the attending audience is encouraged.
Contact Elke Dinter, edinter@everettcc.edu or (425) 388-9465

 

JKC 101 Campus Event
Humanities Alliance: Oktoberfest October 28
10:00am

Celebrate the Oktoberfest with activities, song and dance, right here at Everett Community College. Join us for this event sponsored by the World Languages Department and the International Education Department. The famous Enzian Schuhplattler folk-dance group will perform and entertain.

Contact Elke Dinter, edinter@everettcc.edu or (425) 388-9465

JKC 101 Campus Event
Spooktacular Halloween & Club Fest October 30
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Calling all the zombies, witches and the creepiest of all creatures that lurk on the face of the earth! It is the time of the year again for you to take out your rusty old costumes from the closet. This means you if you are reading this you are invited to the most Spooktacular Halloween Party EvCC has hosted yet!

If you are not fond of the spooky stuff you are more than welcome to come dress up as a double agent, storm trooper, cartoon character, or anything you want! Come and join our costume contest where the top 3 most Spooktacular and best-dressed students, staff and faculty members will take home amazing prizes and lots of candies! The costume contest will start at 12 noon and the student contestants will have the opportunity to win $75, $50 and $25 gift cards. The staff and faculty also have the chance to show off their costumes and will have the opportunity to win $100, $75 and $50 gift cards donated by EvCC.

Don’t have a costume? Drop by the booths in Parks from 10am-1pm where you will not only get to know the clubs on campus, but you also might find something even more. We will be having games and a lot of fun stuff for you to do! Who knows what you may see around campus. Beware! You don’t who might be walking behind you…

For more information contact Anthony Ansay, Special Events and Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Parks Student Union Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
The Clothesline Project - Donation Drive October 13
8:00am
to October 24
5:00pm

October 13-24
Donations to benefit local domestic violence shelters are being collected in a bin in Student LIFE in Parks Student Union, 209. 

Suggested Donations:

  • Transitional Housing Items (ex. pots, pans, kitchen equipment, deodorant, new warm blankets, etc)
  • Women's Holiday Wish List Items (ex. bath sets, towels, DVDs (non-violent), pajamas, etc)
  • Older Children's Wishes (ex. craft projects, new socks/underwear, sports equipment, etc)
  • Young Children's Wishes (ex. legos, board games, sleeping bags, playsets, etc)
  • Toddler's (ages 1-3) Wishes (ex. clothing, strollers, educational toys, playsets, etc)

​Pick-up a complete Wish List of items in Student LIFE, PSU 209 or download one - HERE!

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, 

 

 

Student LIFE, PSU 209 Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Food Policy Panel Discussion October 21
12:15pm

National Food Day
Panel Discussion on Food Policy
Join producers and policy makers for a panel discussion about affordable, safe and healthy food in Snohomish County.

Wilderness Room, Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events
Food and Nutrition Fair October 23
10:00am

National Food Day
Food and Nutrition Education Fair

  • Samples of health sustainable food (with recipes!)
  • Cookbook exchange
  • Food Drive
Jackson Center Academic, Campus Event, Community Events
Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic October 29
11:00am
to
3:00pm

Student LIFE Programs Board and Rite Aid are sponsoring a Flu Shot and Vaccination Clinic, available for individuals with or without insurance. Individuals with insurance cards will be asked to present their cards and their insurance will be charged. Those without insurance will receive the influenza vaccination for $25.00 with valid student ID (Available in the Paperclip, PSU 203) $31.99. For all other individuals without ID. Cost of additional vaccinations to be determined. 

Please download a copy of the Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* or pick one up in Student LIFE,  and complete it before your appointment. Appointments can be made in Student LIFE, PSU 209 any time during regular business hours begging Monday, October 20, and continuing through October 28. Drop-ins are welcome the day of the event, however priority will be given to individuals who have signed-up.  

Screening Questionnaire & Consent Form* - download
*If under age 18, parents/legal guardian must sign the consent form.
Influenza Info Sheet - download
Tdap Info Sheet - download

For more information on this event, please contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

Liberty Hall Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Monster Mash APSU Halloween Party October 30
5:00pm
to
10:00pm

Music, dancing, games, and food.

Costume party with prizes.

$5 between 5pm-6pm. $8 after 6pm. 

Student Fitness Center Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Safe Zone B-Day & National Coming Out Day ft Spoken Word Poetry October 9
11:00am
to
1:00pm

Cake & Conversation @ Parks Student Union
Spoken Word Poets Ela Barton & Raven Lachell Taylor @ Russel Day Gallery, Parks Student Union

Come out to The Safe Zone Birthday!You’re invited to celebrate The Safe Zone Birthday and recognize National Coming Out Day! The Safe Zone committee on campus, founded in December of 2000, supports LGBTQIA+ members of the college community and provides a safe and welcoming environment for them. Displaying the Safe Zone symbol shows support for the community, and communicates that it is safe to talk to the person who displays it. The symbol is also welcoming to LGBTQIA+ members of the community. Countless colleges across the US have Safe Zone committees, and Everett Community College is proud to be one of them. 

At the event, there will be many festivities for your enjoyment, including colorful decorations, free pins, and free birthday cake. Those who attend have the opportunity to learn about the Safe Zone and converse with volunteers about the Safe Zone, National Coming Out Day, and their histories. There will be free custom-made pins and glow-in-the-dark bracelets available for taking after signing a banner to show your support. Either a pin or a bracelet may be taken, but not both.

Join us in the Gallery with Raven Lachell Taylor is a spoken word poet from the Seattle area. Raven is the Coordinator of Cultural Activism for Queer Youth Space, a member of Youth Speaks Seattle Slam Team, and a member of the multi-media artist collective, 'White Friends' (pronounced Black Friends). 

Ela Barton is a queer poet and artist living in Seattle, Washington. She is the 2007 Bainbridge Island Poetry Slam Champion, a four-time finalist of the Seattle Poetry Slam Grand Slam (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) and the first woman to win Jack McCarthy’s Evergreen Invitational (2011). Barton has taught Creative Writing and Performance Poetry at Bent: A Queer Writing Institute. Ela’s work has been featured onfortyouncebachelors.com and Adrienne: A Poetry Journal of Queer Women by Sibling Rivalry Press. She is the current co-slammaster & founder of the Rain City Poetry Slam and adapted the concept of Vancouver’s “Mashed Poetics” to create a similar monthly, music inspired, poetry show, Liner Notes.

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator at (425)-388-9505, or Student LIFE advisor Lindsay Hudson at (425)-388-9508.

Parks Student Union & Russell Day Gallery Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
APSU Club Meeting October 7
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
Club Orientation October 7
12:00pm

Club officers and advisors must attend annual orientations for 2014-2015 club activation. For more information contact Brittany Padgett. bpadgett@everettcc.edu

PSU 204 Clubs
Club Orientation October 10
11:00am

Club officers and advisors must attend annual orientations for 2014-2015 club activation. For more information contact Brittany Padgett. bpadgett@everettcc.edu

PSU 204 Clubs
Club Orientation October 14
2:30pm

Club officers and advisors must attend annual orientations for 2014-2015 club activation. For more information contact Brittany Padgett. bpadgett@everettcc.edu

PSU 204 Clubs
Club Orientation October 16
1:00pm

Club officers and advisors must attend annual orientations for 2014-2015 club activation. For more information contact Brittany Padgett. bpadgett@everettcc.edu

PSU 204 Clubs
Club Orientation October 9
3:00pm

Club officers and advisors must attend annual orientations for 2014-2015 club activation. For more information contact Brittany Padgett. bpadgett@everettcc.edu

PSU 204 Clubs
Club Council Meeting October 17
1:00pm

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings

For more information Email Brittney Padgett bpadgett@everettcc.edu

GWH 166 Clubs
Club Council Meeting October 31
1:00pm

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings

For more information Email Brittney Padgett bpadgett@everettcc.edu

GWH 166 Clubs
Spooktacular Halloween & Club Fest October 30
10:00am
to
1:00pm

Calling all the zombies, witches and the creepiest of all creatures that lurk on the face of the earth! It is the time of the year again for you to take out your rusty old costumes from the closet. This means you if you are reading this you are invited to the most Spooktacular Halloween Party EvCC has hosted yet!

If you are not fond of the spooky stuff you are more than welcome to come dress up as a double agent, storm trooper, cartoon character, or anything you want! Come and join our costume contest where the top 3 most Spooktacular and best-dressed students, staff and faculty members will take home amazing prizes and lots of candies! The costume contest will start at 12 noon and the student contestants will have the opportunity to win $75, $50 and $25 gift cards. The staff and faculty also have the chance to show off their costumes and will have the opportunity to win $100, $75 and $50 gift cards donated by EvCC.

Don’t have a costume? Drop by the booths in Parks from 10am-1pm where you will not only get to know the clubs on campus, but you also might find something even more. We will be having games and a lot of fun stuff for you to do! Who knows what you may see around campus. Beware! You don’t who might be walking behind you…

For more information contact Anthony Ansay, Special Events and Recreation Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Parks Student Union Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
APSU Club Meeting October 14
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
APSU Club Meeting October 21
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
APSU Club Meeting October 28
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

APSU Club Meeting Clubs
International Club Meeting October 16
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
International Club Meeting October 23
12:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
International Club Meeting October 30
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
Teachers of Tomorrow Club Meeting October 21
12:00pm
to
12:30pm

The purpose of this club is to provide support and learning opportunities for students who are entering the field of teaching. Special programs, group discussion, guest speakers and group projects are part of the club’s activities.

Club Resource Room Clubs
Teachers of Tomorrow Club Meeting October 28
12:00pm
to
12:30pm

The purpose of this club is to provide support and learning opportunities for students who are entering the field of teaching. Special programs, group discussion, guest speakers and group projects are part of the club’s activities.

Club Resource Room Clubs
Monster Mash APSU Halloween Party October 30
5:00pm
to
10:00pm

Music, dancing, games, and food.

Costume party with prizes.

$5 between 5pm-6pm. $8 after 6pm. 

Student Fitness Center Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Snack & Chat October 29
10:00am
to
12:00pm

Join Student LIFE and EvCC’s Student Government Fall Quarter for four bi-weekly Snack & Chats. The Snack & Chat is a chance for your voice to be heard and for you to make a difference, as you chat with student senate members, ambassadors or club members, you will learn about what is happening on campus and be able to let Student LIFE know what you would like to see on campus, and you get a free snack!  So, stop on by and Snack & Chat with us. 

For more information contact Nichols Eveland, ASB VP of Public Relations, at (425) 388-9317, or Jennifer Rhodes, Student LIFE Advisor at (425) 388-9509.

Gray Wolf Hall Clubs, Student Activities
Swing Dance Club Meeting October 27
4:00pm
to
6:00pm

Swing Dance Club practice and dance east and west coast swing to give students a better understanding of the American history of dance and give them a venue and method for social dancing. 

Student Fitness Center Room 231 Clubs
Algorithms Club Meeting October 28
3:00pm
to
4:00pm

The goal for Algorithms Club is to problem solve through computer science algorithm thinking. The practical application will be in various projects from application development to machine learning. 

Shuksen 132 Clubs