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Summer Session

June 21–August 12, 2022
Class lengths may vary

Walla Walla University offers a number of classes from a broad range of disciplines online during the summer term. Students in the nursing program take classes on the Portland campus, and Masters of Social Work students complete course requirements on our Montana campuses (as well as our College Place campus). We also offer the opportunity for K-12 educators to take courses during our summer session.

Information for K-12 educators >


Summer classes at WWU

Get a few credits under your belt and enjoy summer in sunny Walla Walla! 

 

The classes listed below are suggested lower-division classes that are recommended for students in the Summer program.

Courses meet four or five days a week for 8 weeks unless otherwise indicated on the class schedule. The maximum number of credits you can take during summer session is 12. The number of credits assigned to each course is indicated below.

The Director of Academic Advisement will assist freshmen with summer registration:

Herlinda Ruvalcaba
herlinda.ruvalcaba@wallawalla.edu 
(800) 558-2132.


View the full class schedule >

 


Online courses

Students taking online courses must have basic computer competency, including use of e-mail and regular high-speed internet access.
Minimum computer requirements > 
Our distance learning program > 

Find online-only classes at classopen.wallawalla.edu. Choose the term you would like to search within and select the "Online only" check box. 

Students may register for online or hybrid courses as indicated below. For further information, see “How to Register”.

  • Currently enrolled Walla Walla University students register online through myWWU beginning in April. 
  • North Pacific Union Conference K-12 teachers register online for all courses, including online or hybrid courses.
  • Guest students taking courses for transfer to other institutions (not seeking a degree at Walla Walla University) register by completing a registration form and payment information online or in person at the Academic Records Office.

Financial clearance is required for all students. Students who register for classes but do not obtain financial clearance by 4 p.m. on the first day of summer session will be automatically dropped from all summer courses.


Financial information

All tuition, fees, and housing costs are due at registration. Other charges are due when billed. Online financial clearance is required and may be arranged through a student’s myWWU account or through Student Financial Services at (509) 527-2815 or (800) 656-2815 or student.financials@wallawalla.edu after June 5. Students who register for classes but do not obtain financial clearance by 4 p.m. on the first day of summer session will be automatically dropped from all summer courses 

 

2022 Summer Tuition

 Cost per creditFull load cost
Undergraduate tuition$819$9,829
Graduate tuition-Masters $668varies
Graduate tuition-Doctoral$1,095varies

Additional costs

FeeCost

General Fees
(Only applies to at least half-time students)

Undergraduate: $116

Graduate: $100

Course FeesSee class schedule
Residence Halls

College Place: $155/week

Portland: $178/week

Meals

Approximately $75-90/week
(Weekday noon meals in the cafeteria, students may also charge items at The Express mini-mart)

Textbooks

Approximately $330-$380
(Depending upon course enrollment)

Miscellaneous expenses 

 

Questions?

summer@wallawalla.edu
(509) 527-2395


Resources

Summer bulletin
Class schedule
WWU Calendar


Spiritual program

The Chaplain's Office exists to minister to the spiritual needs and faith development of the WWU campus community year-round. During the summer the chaplain's office facilitates various worship opportunities. Contact information: chaplain@wallawalla.edu or (509) 527-2010.


Campus life calendar