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Walla Walla University is a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher education founded in 1892. A fully-accredited institution, WWU offers more than 100 areas of study in professional and technical programs and the liberal arts. 

The headquarters of WWU is located on an 83-acre campus in College Place situated in the Walla Walla Valley in Southeastern Washington state. The university also operates four satellite campuses, including a School of Nursing in Portland, Oregon, a marine biology station near Anacortes, Washington, and School of Social Work and Sociology campuses in Missoula and Billings, Montana. Learn more about WWU.


Latest news from WWU

Band Festival
February 01, 2023

Band Festival

Academy students to visit WWU to create music together

Student Missions Week
January 25, 2023

Student Missions Week

An array of events and opportunities support student missions program

Examining truth
January 25, 2023

Examining truth

WWU professor presents at International Civil Rights Museum

‘The Winter Abstracts’
January 24, 2023

‘The Winter Abstracts’

Clyde & Mary Harris Gallery features Matthew Pierce’s artwork.

'Asian Americans' series
January 24, 2023

'Asian Americans' series

Donald Blake Center to host screenings of ‘Asian Americans’ documentary

 Tanzania trip
January 23, 2023

Tanzania trip

EWB club uses engineering skills to assess Tanzanian community’s water problem

Video gallery

2020-2021 Distinguished Faculty Lecture


Department of Music performance

2019 Christmas concert: Visitors


Life. Together.

All great stories must begin somewhere. Ours begins where the air is clear and where ideas, energy, and people do life—together.


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University magazine

Westwind, the magazine of Walla Walla University, is published three times a year (March, July, and November) to share news and information about WWU with alumni, parents of current students, and other friends of the university.