With God, it’s possible.
You probably already know that a Walla Walla University Christian education is a great investment—perhaps the most important one you'll ever make. But there’s one thing you may not know—how to make it happen. That’s why we’re here, to guide you through the process and help you every step of the way. Learn more now about how to pay for college >
Did you know?
- Over 90 percent of WWU students qualify for financial aid.
- WWU offers generous merit-based scholarship packages. Some are more than $50,000 over four years.
- Your scholarships and grants from WWU may total more than your state grant.
Financial aid is the combination of grants, scholarships, loans and work-study programs that make higher education possible for most students and families. While it's natural to worry about how to pay for college, by the time financial aid is considered, you could actually pay less out-of-pocket to attend WWU than any other Adventist or private college—or even a state school.
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Working helps reduce your student debt, builds your resume and increases your chance of success in college. The Student employment office at Walla Walla University maintains a listing of available positions for college students looking for part-time work, internships and many other opportunities both on and off campus.
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Your out-of-pocket cost, not the price tag, is what really counts, so keep your eyes on the bottom line. For most students and families, financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, loans and Work-Study opportunities bring WWU within reach. With God, it’s possible.