Graduate programs at Walla Walla University support the mission of the university and assist students as they acquire advanced knowledge and expertise in their fields of study within the context of Christian faith. To this end our faculty and students are committed to: 1) quality in scholarship and research 2) the development of social, moral, and spiritual values and 3) the integration of learning, faith, and service.
General Academic Information
Walla Walla University is a Christian institution of higher learning operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church since December 7, 1892. It is located in the city of College Place, in the historic, fertile Walla Walla Valley of southeastern Washington. The Old Oregon Trail, passing west of the campus, leads directly to the nearby Whitman Mission National Historic Site. The scenic Blue Mountains to the east and the Snake and Columbia Rivers to the north and west offer opportunities for recreation and relaxation.
Walla Walla University is committed to equal opportunity for all students. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, color, handicap, national and/or ethnic origin in administration of its admissions, educational, financial, employment, and student life programs and policies, or any other college administered program.
The University provides for the attendance and academic success of handicapped students. The campus and a number of buildings have been modified to provide easy wheelchair access.
Walla Walla University seeks to foster an intelligent understanding of Christian ideals, loyalty to God, and service to humanity; and to offer an educational experience encouraging the formation of character marked by a full, harmonious development of the intellectual, physical, and spiritual powers.
The seventh-day Sabbath is observed at Walla Walla University from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday. Instructional activities are not conducted during these hours.
Last update on July 18, 2014