Live in the Dorms or in College Housing.
These housing options are competitively priced and within walking distance to your classes and campus jobs. And, studies show that students living on campus have a much better chance of completing college than those who live off campus.
April showers bring May flowers!
Photo by Jessica Hutton, Junior Nursing Major at WWU
And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone… —
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WWU: April U-Days 2014 -
Thinking about visiting WWU?
Take a look at what a visit to WWU’s April U-Days can look like. It’s a great opportunity to meet current WWU Students, get to know the campus, learn about your major of interest, and soak in that beautiful Walla Walla sunshine!
When Spring Quarter rolls around, the Walla Walla weather is irresistible!
Rent Textbooks or Buy Them Used.
The WWU Bookstore offers both options to help savvy shoppers save money.
If you have an eReader or iPad, there are also some eBook options as well.
For more information about our campus bookstore, visit their website by clicking here!
Thanks so much for visiting WWU during our March and April UDays events. We’re so excited that you’re interested in WWU.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us!
We would love to have you all as the WWU Class of 2018!
Get your juice on! CABL will be juicing fresh fruits and veggies outside the Admin building this Wednesday, April 9th between 11am-1pm. See you there!
My favorite thing about WWU is the chance to influence the future leaders of our nation, our world, and our church. The responsibility is sobering, but it’s also exciting! It simultaneously keeps me young and gives me gray hair. — Dr. Josepher Montes, Professor and Chair of the Business Department of WWU
Check for Added Fees.
Some classes have varying fees that generally range from $15 to $150, which are listed in the Financial Bulletin.
When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” —
Photo by Paige Nettland, Freshman at WWU