Campus Event

Looking to the Future Benefit Breakfast

Everett Community College President Dr. David Beyer is pleased to invite you to the EvCC Foundation’s Looking to the Future Benefit Breakfast at the Walt Price Student Fitness Center on the EvCC Campus (2206 Tower Street in Everett).

The keynote speaker is Washington State University President Kirk Schulz.

Each guest will have the opportunity to make a gift to support the work of the EvCC Foundation.

RSVP to by April 19.

Trojan Signing Day

High school juniors and seniors are invited to recieve on-site assistance with their EvCC application, online orientation, financial aid inquiries, and entry advising. Prospective students are encouraged to bring their high school transcript and SmarterBalance scores for advising purposes.

Humanities Alliance: Dr. Andrew Tadie Lecture

The Humanities Alliance is pleased to welcome Dr. Andrew Tadie of Seattle University, for a lecture entitled, "Futurism from G. K. Chesterton to H. G. Wells."  This event is made possible by the generous support of the EvCC Foundation and is free and open to the campus and the community.

Haru Hoedown

Doors @ 5:30pm // Show @ 6:00pm
$2 Admission for EvCC Students, Staff & Faculty
$5 Admission for Community Members

Japanese Club invites you to an enchanting evening of spring themed entertainment. There will be Mythpunk music by Dogwood & Nathaniel Johnstone, concessions, vendors, and otherworldly tales from Japan told by librarian Heather Jean Uhl. 

The Japanese Club welcomes all students interested in learning more about Japanese culture, language and people through participation in events, workshops and activities

East County Campus Blood Drive

If you don’t know your blood type now, here is your opportunity! Schedule an appointment to donate blood in East County Campus’ first ever Blood Drive with Bloodworks Northwest and help save lives!

Humanities Alliance: Faculty-Student Panel Discussion

The Humanities Alliance is pleased to present a Faculty-Student Panel Discussion on the topic:  Is American Blind?: Finding Middle Ground in an Age of Certainty. Liberal vs. conservative, Democrat vs. Republican, rich vs. poor, science vs. religion, irrationality vs. reason, menvs. women, yin vs. yang, friend vs. enemy, us vs. them … Why all these polarities? Can they be reconciled for the sake of a better future? This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the EvCC Foundation.

Mystical Masquerade Ball - Dance

FREE Tickets available at Student LIFE, PSU 209
One valid EvCC ID required per group

Every year, Student LIFE Programs Board holds a dance party for all the Everett Community College’s members and their friends. 

Black Legacy Month: A Journey Through Time

EvCC Black Student Union (BSU) will be hosting Delbert Richardson, a local Seattlen resident, who brings the Black experience to life with his traveling museum. 

Check out: "Delbert Richardson's American History Traveling Museum"  at