Campus Event

Student Art Sale

Art Alliance invites you to their bi-annual Student Art Sale featuring artwork by Everett Community College students such as ceramics, graphic design, sculpture, photography, and MUCH MORE!

Open to the public, 15% of all proceeds go to EvCC's Art Alliance student club. 

For more information please contact Advisor, Jim Snitly at 

Financial Aid Awareness Day: Scholarships

ASB Senate invites you to come find out about how you can get money for your education!

For more information contact ASB VP of Budget and Finance at

Carnival Fundraiser for Indonesia

Study Abroad in Indonesia will be selling:

  • cotton candy, snow cones, popcorn - $1 each
  • hotdogs - $1.50
  • handmade blown glass
  • candles
  • jewelry
  • bookmarks/postcards

All funds got to the upcoming Indonesia trip.

For more information contact Cythia Clarke at

Grow Your Own Groceries

SEA club invites you to "Grow Your Own Groceries" a club fundraiser. There will be vegetable plants for sale by donation. Come get info on how to grow your own food. SEA Club will be donating half of all their plant sales to Oso. 

Students for Environmental Action (SEA) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Advisor: Laura Wild
Contact: 425-388-9056

Advisor: Molly Beeman
Contact: 425-388-9070

Financial Aid Awareness Day: Scholarships

The ASB Senate invites you to come find out about how YOU CAN GET MONEY for you education and stop by their info table!

For more info contact ASB VP of Budget & Finance, Jennifer Ho at



Eat Right!

The ASB Senate & Nutrition Department invite you to "Eat Right!" a free seminar being held at EvCC to encourage you to make wise and healthy food choices.

Topics include:

  • How to read nutrition labels
  • Eating well on a budget
  • Brain food for energy & power for finals

For more information about this event contact, ASB VP of Clubs & Student Initiatives at


SWE Presents: Tech Talk - User Research: The Key to Making Technology Easy to Use

May Tech Talk: User Research: The Key to Making Technology Easy to Use
Presented by: Lindsey Berdan, User Interaction Designer, Stratos Product Development

Faculty Performance: Calling All Oldies!

The Humanities Center, with the generous support of Faculty Development, invites the campus and the community to a:

Faculty Performance: Calling all Oldies!

Cinco De Mayo

Student Activities Programs Board, MEChA, and Spanish Club invite you to join us for a day that will celebrate and acknowledge the real Mexican heritage and roots at this Mexican American celebration. The day's activities begin at 11am with an Aztec Dance, Mariachi Fiesta Mexicana, snacks, and pinata in Parks Cafe/Courtyard. Then ends with "Aztec Roots" a workshop presented by the Aztec Dance Troop from Skagit Valley & WWU community.

For more information contact Miriam Zaragoza, Diversity/Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505. 

Our Kids Are Not For Sale, Fim & Discussion

Snohomish League of Women Voters, the Outreach Diversity & Equity Center, and Student Activities Programs Board invite you to Our Kids Are Not For Sale a film and discussion exposing human trafficking her in Washington, led by local specialist Aza Grudic and officer Peter Teske.