WWC Summer Bulletin 2004
Individuals seeking admission to the Walla Walla College Summer Session must give evidence of necessary
educational background for success in the courses desired and must apply for admission on forms supplied by the
Office of Enrollment or online. New students wishing regular admission as undergraduate students must supply the Office of Enrollment with complete official transcripts from high school showing a date of graduation and cumulative grade point average (or satisfactory GED results). New students must also supply the Office of Enrollment with official transcripts of all previous collegiate/university-level work completed, a $30 application fee, and character reference if requested. A physical examination, tuberculosis skin test, and proof of immunization will also be required.
Undergraduate students must meet the requirements for admission to the freshman class or advanced standing as
outlined in the annual Bulletin of the College. Graduate students must meet admission requirements as outlined in
the Graduate School Bulletin. North Pacific Union Conference K-12 teachers should apply through their conference
Mature individuals who apply through the Office of Enrollment but who are ineligible for regular admission or are not
working on a degree may register for any course for which they have sufficient background (non-matriculating). Such
students are not eligible for a degree; however, by completing requirements for regular admission they may become
Nursing Program - Portland
Qualified students planning to enroll in sophomore nursing courses on the Portland campus must submit both a Walla Walla College application and a School of Nursing application.
Marine Station - Rosario Beach
Students planning to enroll at the Marine Station should submit a Marine Station application and deposit.
Continuing/returning students may preregister for classes beginning April 26, either online through OASIS or in
person at the Academic Records Office (CTC 311). New students, including Smart Start participants, will be given an
opportunity to preregister at academy campuses or by phone (800-558-2132) after April 26. Financial clearance is
also required and may be arranged at Student Financial Services after June 7. Please note financial aid deadlines.
North Pacific Union Conference K-12 teachers who have obtained approval for conference sponsorship will be
mailed advance registration materials in May, which may be returned by mail until June 7. Early registration is
Any students, including K-12 teachers, who have not completed registration in advance may register during regular
office hours on the first day of classes. Registration is not official until all procedures have been completed and
financial clearance has been arranged.
Nursing Program - Portland
Registration will be held in the Portland campus library on Monday, June 21. Rooms in Hansen Hall will be available after June 14 with prior arrangements.
Marine Station - Rosario Beach
Registration will be held at the Marine Station on Tuesday, June 22, at 6:00 p.m. Students should arrive on campus June 22. Financial arrangements must be made prior to arrival at the station.
Students who register after a class or workshop has begun will be charged a late registration fee of $75. Students
may not register for eight-week classes after the first week of the summer term. Students enrolling for short-term
courses must be in attendance the first day of classes.
The maximum number of credits for which an undergraduate student may enroll is 6 credits per 4 weeks unless a
request for an overload is approved by the associate vice president for academic administration (CTC 318). A
course load of 9-12 credits for undergraduate students or 7-13 credits for graduate students will be considered a full
load for the summer session.
Undergraduate students receiving veterans educational benefits need to register for a full course load of 9-12
credits. Questions regarding enrollment for summer school should be directed to the veterans adviser in the
Academic Records office.
Students withdrawing from college or from individual courses must submit the
appropriate official drop voucher to the Academic Records office before the deadline
for class withdrawals. The withdrawal deadline is before 75% of a
class is over (see schedule below). These deadlines are in accordance with the
withdrawal policy specified in the College Bulletin.
|Dates of Class
||Last Day To Drop|
|June 21-August 13
|June 7-June 10
|June 17-August 6
|June 21-July 2
|June 21-July 9
|June 21-July 16
|June 21-July 23
|June 21-August 27
|June 23-July 30
|June 23-August 4
|July 6-July 9
|July 6-July 16
|July 6-July 30
|July 6-August 13
|July 12-July 16
|July 12-July 23
|July 12-July 27
|July 19-July 30
|July 19-August 6
|July 19-August 13
|July 26-August 27
|July 28-August 1
|July 28-August 12
|August 2-August 5
|August 2-August 16
|August 16-August 20
Academic Support Services
Canaday Technology Center, Room 310
The Academic Advisement Office assigns each student an adviser; provides information about academic policy, procedures, resources, and programs; and monitors students' academic progress. The director of Academic Advisement is also available to assist students with changing majors, course selection, and preregistration for fall quarter.
Kretschmar Hall, Room 217
The services of the Career Center are designed to assist students with career assessment, exploration, and guidance, as well as career-related work experience. Graduating seniors may receive job search coaching, placement file assistance, and information on graduate and professional school programs.
Disability Support Services
Village Hall, Lower Level
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, Disability Support Services provides access to students with either permanent or temporary disabilities through a variety of services and equipment. The Disability Support Services office is located in the Teaching Learning Center in the lower level of Village Hall; phone 527-2366 or 527-2313.
Teaching Learning Center
Village Hall, Lower Level
Special, free, drop-in tutorial help is available in the Teaching Learning Center for all students who wish to improve their basic skills or increase their understanding of content in lower-division classes. Trained upper-division students tutor individuals or small groups. Established tutorial services are available in mathematics, sciences, writing, business, and other subjects. The Writing Center is open to all students, including graduate students, who wish to learn how to improve or polish their papers.
2004 Smart Start Summer $cholarship
Smart Start Summer Scholarship is a special program designed for any undergraduate
student who has not taken a class at Walla Walla College prior to the summer
of 2004 (except as a high school or academy student). A student in this program
who registers for 12 credit hours receives a $3,000 summer scholarship,
plus a $500 cash rebate if the student enrolls full time
fall quarter. The net tuition cost for a full summer load is therefore only
$1,804—a savings of $3,500 off the regular price of $5,304 after fall
rebate. The scholarship and rebate will be prorated for students who take
If a Smart Start Summer Scholarship student takes more
than 12 hours (not normally permitted), tuition will be charged at the regular
rate of $442 per credit for those hours that are in excess of 12. Students
in this program should plan to pay their full tuition when they register;
other charges are due when billed. (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted.)
The tuition is non-refundable. Additional costs include:
- Deposit ($25)
- Dormitory rent ($73-76 per week; Smart Start students are expected to
live in the dormitory if their permanent address is outside the Walla
- Cafeteria (approximately $55-60 per week)
- Textbooks (approximately $200)
- Insurance ($202 or waiver)
- Miscellaneous expenses (A few courses have additional fees.)
Smart Start Summer Scholarship is available only to students who enroll
on the College Place campus. Students enrolled at the Rosario Beach Marine
Station or Portland Campus School of Nursing are not eligible. Classes in
aviation are normally limited to lecture classes.
Students interested in the Smart Start Summer Scholarship program should
follow the usual application
procedure for admission to Walla Walla College and indicate their interest
in the summer start program on the application. After the student has been
accepted to the College, an opportunity will be given to reserve a place
in the Smart Start Summer Scholarship program by sending a $25 non-refundable
deposit. The reservation and deposit should be sent by May 28. The Summer
Session office will notify the student regarding acceptance into the program.
Enrollment is limited.
While the College cannot guarantee employment,
job opportunities are available on campus for students who wish to work.
The suggested maximum working hours per week for a student are:
- 8 hours if taking 10-12 credit hours
- 14 hours if taking 7-9 credit hours
- 20 hours if taking 5-6 credit hours
In summary, a Smart Start Summer Scholarship student must:
- Have earned zero college credit at Walla Walla College (except as a
full-time academy or high school student).
- Meet the Walla Walla College admission requirements and be admitted
to the College as a regular student on the College Place campus.
- Send in the Smart Start Summer Scholarship reservation form with a
- Pay the full tuition at registration, plus other charges when billed.
- Live in the dormitory, if the student’s permanent address is
outside the Walla Walla Valley.