Admissions & Records
Call (408) 270-6441 or visit the Admissions & Records website at www.evc.edu/admissions/
The Associated Students Government of Evergreen Valley College (ASG), with offices located in Gullo II (G2-103), holds open meetings weekly to address issues that affect the entire student body, develops policies that impact and promote student life, and funds student-focused events and activities. Elections are held annually, and officers serve for the following academic year. Appointments for various ASEVC positions occur throughout the academic year.
Academic counseling and guidance services are available to all Evergreen Valley College students and prospective students. Our counselors assist students with exploring career, educational, and personal goals. Counselors work jointly with students to develop a student educational plan (SEP) to fulfill the course requirements to meet the student’s goals. University transfer, occupational study, basic skills development, professional and personal enrichment are all included in academic counseling services.
Disabilities Support Program (DSP) provides support services and instructional programs for students with disabilities who are attending Evergreen Valley College.
A variety of services are available including academic and vocational counseling, interpreting or captioning services (for students who are deaf), mobility assistance, provision of print materials in alternate formats (for students with visual impairments or learning disabilities), tutorial assistance, and individual adaptive assistance as needed.
Evergreen Valley College offers Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOP&S) to assist students in meeting the social, financial, and academic requirements of completing a college education. As a California-funded student support program, EOP&S is designed specifically for students who face financial and educational challenges. The mission of EOP&S is to provide access to financial and social support to successfully complete a program in higher education--whether a student seeks to transfer to a four-year institution, earn an associate degree or a vocational certificate.
FasTrack is a federally funded Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO program designed to assist first-generation (those whose parents did not complete college), low income, or disabled students as they prepare to obtain a two-year degree and/or transfer to a four-year university. The program provides educational planning, career planning, workshops, counseling, cultural enrichment activities, scholarships and tutoring, and referrals to on-campus and community resources.
The Financial Aid Office understands that paying for college can be a challenge. We want you to know that there are many resources available to help you and your family cover the cost of your college education. It is up to you to learn about them, and then apply.
The FKCE program provides parenting and child development training for kinship caregivers. Kinship caregivers are those who care for and parent foster youth. In collaboration with many community based organizations, the FKCE Program ensures that kinship caregivers have the tools and training necessary to successfully parent foster youth. The FKCE Program works together with the County of Santa Clara to
ensure that all licensing requirements are met.
The Health Clinic provides a medical doctor, nurse practitioner/registered nurses, and personal counselors to assist currently enrolled students with health-related and psychological matters. Illness or accidents incurred on campus should be reported immediately to Campus Police who will contact Student Health Center. All services are completely confidential.
The Transfer/Career/Cooperative Education Work Experience Center provides transfer, career, and work experience services. This important resource center is staffed by faculty and staff that are committed to working with students on long range goals as they prepare to transition from Evergreen Valley College to a four year college institution or directly into a career field.
The CalWORKs (California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids) provides services to parents receiving TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) or cash aid. The CalWORKs Program is under the WIN (Workforce Initiative Network) umbrella of programs. The WIN/CalWORKs Program offers degree and vocational training programs for TANF students.
The YESS program at Evergreen Valley College provides educational, daily living, financial literacy, career planning skills, and on-campus support and resources to foster and probation youth who have been living in out-of-home care (foster homes, kinship families, group homes, or residential placement).
The Evergreen Valley College YESS Program is committed to prepare and support our foster youth in their transition to self-sufficiency by giving them the necessary academic preparation, career planning, and life skills to become successful adults.