Community Events

Dance Club Meeting

The dance club’s main goal is to teach Everett Community College about hip hop dance styles as well as the history of hip hop dance.

For more info, contact advisor Jerod Grant at

Feb 17 2016 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Center for Disability Services & Veterans' Office Approved Early Registration for Spring Quarter

Center for Disability Services & Veterans' Office Approved Early Registration for Spring Quarter

Feb 18 2016 (All day)
EvCC Cosmetology Open House for All High School Students
  • Meet the Instructors
  • Observe students attending classes
  • Tour the facility
  • Receive program information
  • Refreshments

Information session presentations: 12:15, 2:15, 4:15

EvCC Running Start, Enrollment Services and Financial Aid information will be available

Learn more at Upcoming Cosmetology Events.

Feb 18 2016 - 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Phi Theta Kappa Meeting

PTK is an international academic honor society. Phi Theta Kappa promotes scholarship, leadership development, service, and the cultivation of fellowship among students at EvCC.

For more info, contact advisor Carrie Wyatt at

Feb 18 2016 - 3:00pm
Dance Club Meeting

The dance club’s main goal is to teach Everett Community College about hip hop dance styles as well as the history of hip hop dance.

For more info, contact advisor Jerod Grant at

Feb 19 2016 - 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Club Council Meeting

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 Richele Blair at

Feb 19 2016 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
ASB Senate Meeting

Your Voice, Your Power!

GET INVOLVED as an ASB Senator and you will have the opportunity to MAKE A DIFFERENCE serving your fellow EvCC students. These paid positions allow you to HAVE A VOICE in the student experience at EvCC. Provide input, share concerns, and gain valuable leadership skills, while enhancing your resume, college and scholarship applications. The Senate meets every other Friday from 2:30-4:30pm in GWH 166/168.

Interested?  Stop by Student LIFE, Parks 209 and pick up a Student Senator packet. We want YOU to join this great team of student leaders!

For more info:

Feb 19 2016 - 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Deadline for New and Returning Students to Apply for Spring Quarter

Deadline for new and returning students (gone more than 2 quarters) to submit an online application or an Adjustment of Status form to receive an early registration access time and date to register for Spring.

Feb 22 2016 (All day)
Current Student Registration Begins for Spring Quarter

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Feb 22 2016 (All day) to Feb 25 2016 (All day)
Sex Fair, a Sex Week Event

Monday, February 22nd – Thursday, February 25th. 

Sex Week: we’re doing it! Sex Week is a week-long event that provides a comprehensive sex education to the students of Everett Community College. Whether “doing it” involves stopping by the Sex Fair to learn about organizations and score some goodie bags, attending BDSM and safe sex presentations, listening to spoken word poetry with a sex Q&A, or pulling back the covers on the do’s and don’ts on hooking up, there is an event for everyone. We look forward to seeing you there!


Sex Fair
Jackson Center

The Sex Fair is an event held in Jackson Center that features local organizations that will each have their own booth and will provide resources and information about different aspects of sex education. This event includes multiple organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Providence Assault and Abuse Services, Enchanted Pole Dancing, and Babeland, among others. Student LIFE will also have a booth that includes a trivia game with giveaways, and will be handing out goodie bags with condoms and various other items. 


Taking Charge of Your Sexuality with David Bayless 
Jackson Center

In his honest, funny, and informative workshop, David Bayless, a sex educator from the Communicable Disease Team with the Snohomish County Health District since 2004, aims to educate the Everett Community College campus and community about sex. David’s workshop will cover a wide range of information, including the four most prominent STI’s, and how to prevent and protect against them, personal identification, abstinence, risky activities vs. non-risky activities, and use of prevention tools. Attend this workshop to learn about yourself, and be provided with a safe and comfortable space to discuss sex.

50 Shades of Grey: Fantasy or Reality with Allena Gabosh 
Jackson Center

Join Allena Gabosch as she discusses the reality of the 50 Shades of Grey phenomena.  Do people really have red rooms of pain?  Are there billionaires in Seattle who are kinky?  Do people really do the things that were done in the books and movie?  Allena will answer these questions and more as she discusses exactly what is the reality behind the 50 Shades of Grey fantasy. 


Spoken Word Poetry and Q&A w/ Ebony Stewart 
Jackson Center 

Ebony Stewart, a former Sexual Health Educator, is a touring performance arts spoken word poet and active artist in the Central Texas slam poetry scene and theater arts community for over ten years. The only adult female three-time Slam Champion in Austin Texas has shared stages with many brilliant artists including the late Amiri Baraka. She will be performing some of her spoken word poetry as well as hosting an anonymous Q&A for sexual health questions written by students during her performance.


The Hook Up
Jackson Center

Hooking up can often sound like harmless fun, but it can also be a cover for some very unhealthy behaviors. The Hook Up is an engaging audience-participation program led by trained educators who speak “student.” This engaging discussion pulls back the covers on hooking up, clarifying when it’s actually sexual violence and how bystanders can protect potential victims from predators.  The Hook Up workshop will provide a baseline for what great intimacy looks like, and empower bystanders to become “upstanders” and intervene. 

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

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation in connection with this event, contact the Center for Disability Services at least 5 days in advance at 425-388-9273 or

Feb 22 2016 - 10:00am to 1:00pm