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"Student" c/o
Sittner/Meske Hall
201 S.W. 1st
College Place, WA 99324


"Student" c/o
Foreman/Conard Hall
200 S.E. Ash
College Place, WA 99324


Residence Hall Housing

By living on campus, WWU students engage in diverse communities that foster co-curricular learning experiences. Our residence halls provide housing for all unmarried students without children. Housing for women is available in Foreman and Conard halls; housing for men is available in Sittner and Meske halls. More information about these residence halls can be found below.

Residential Life & Housing Handbook

Sittner & Meske Rsidence Halls (Men)

Sittner and Meske halls house male residents at WWU. Sittner Hall is the main men's residence hall on campus, with accommodations for approximately 400 men. With a recently renovated lobby, lounge, and study room, Sittner also features The Fitness Factory, a fitness center for residents of the men's halls with updated equipment exclusively for members of The Fitness Factory Club. Meske Hall houses approximately 100 men as well as WWU's Campus Health and Wellness and Counseling and Testing Center. The men’s club, Omicron Pi Sigma (OPS), provides events throughout the school year for residents and the WWU campus, including the annual Mudbowl, OPS Weekend featuring Amateur Hour, and a weekly Monday night worship in the newly renovated Sittner Hall lobby.

Visit the men's residence halls page for more information, or call the Sittner Hall's front desk at (509) 527-2111.

Foreman & Conard Residence Halls (Women)

Foreman and Conard halls house female residents at WWU. Conard Hall provides housing mainly for lower division (Freshman and Sophomore) women while Foreman Hall houses mainly upper division (Junior, Senior, or graduate) women. A skywalk connects Conard and Foreman halls with the Foreman Hall lobby serving both residence halls. The women's club, Aleph Gimel Ain (AGA), offering activities throughout the school year, including the annual Mudbowl, 5K for breast cancer awareness, AGA Mother's Day weekend, and in house activities such as open house, food feeds, weekly worships, and a weekly newsletter, "The Toilet Paper."

Visit the women's residence halls page for more information, or call the front desk at (509) 527-2531.

Reserving a Room

New students looking to reserve a dorm room in WWU's residence halls (Conard, Foreman, Meske, or Sittner) must complete their application for admission, receive a notice of acceptance, and pay a $200 enrollment fee before a room can be reserved or roommates assigned. See these steps for successful enrollment for more information.

Please check your Walla Walla University email for housing confirmations and communication from the residence halls.

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Last update on September 9, 2014