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Q&A Presentations

We offer live online presentations on a variety of topics to help students and parents prepare for college. Register for each presentation separately at the time that works best for you. Recordings of the 2018 presentations will be available for you to view after the live session. Recordings from previous years are available under the "archives" tab below.

Financial clearance

Live presentation: August 8

Each quarter, all students go through a process called Financial Clearance. The process is customized to each student’s situation. 

Join us as we go through the financial clearance process, visit each screen, and give additional explanations for each screen. The student will be able to complete most of the tasks during the webinar. Because the first time through financial clearance can be overwhelming, we recommend new students join us for this overview.

Register for this presentation about Financial Clearance >

Residential housing: living at WWU

Live presentation: August 15

For many students, living in a residence hall is a new experience. Even if you've toured our campus, or lived in a residence hall before, you may have questions about residence hall life. How big are the rooms? What's provided in a room? Is there a curfew? What are the worship requirements? Where do I eat? What are the meal plans? How do I get permission to live outside a residence hall? How do I sign up for a room? Who is my roommate? Can I room alone? I'm married, what are my options? What houses are available for rent? 

The Director of Residential Life & Housing, two students, two deans, and several others will be presenting in this webinar, and will be available at the end of the webinar to answer your questions regarding housing and residential life at Walla Walla University.

Register for this presentation about what it’s like to live at WWU >

 

Preparing for fall quarter at WWU

Live presentation: August 22

It’s just a few weeks before classes start at Walla Walla University. We’re getting ready for another great year!

Parents and students always have a lot of questions before school starts, and we want to make sure you get answers. We’ll cover our most commonly asked questions. You may find answers to questions you didn’t even realize you had!

Undergraduate Students
Register to learn about everything you need to know to prepare for fall quarter at WWU >

Graduate Students: Live presentation, August 23
Register for this presentation about everything graduate students need to know before fall quarter at WWU >

 

How to pay for college

If you, or someone you know, is about to begin the college search, you may have questions about financial aid. This webinar covers the process of applying for financial aid to most college and universities, grants, scholarships, and affordability of a Christian education

How to Pay for College—Workbook

How to Pay for College—Webinar Recording


Learn more now about how to pay for college >

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

WWU Student Loan Center and the Student Development Center co-hosted a workshop on Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF). Learn which jobs cancel some loans (with no payments!) after 5 years, and which ones forgive the balance of some loans after 10 years of minimal payments.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness - Webinar Recording

Public Service Loan Forgiveness - Workbook

Archives

View recordings of our live webinars presented by Student Financial Services and WWU

Date airedWebinar topic
August 9, 2017Financial Clearance
May 31, 2017Public Service Loan Forgiveness
January 11, 2017How to Pay for College
August 25, 2016Preparing for Fall Quarter at Walla Walla University as a Graduate Student
August 23, 2017Preparing for Fall Quarter at Walla Walla University
August 16, 2017Residential Housing

Workshops

We have completed the workshops scheduled for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Choose a presentation recording under the “archives” tab to learn more about college finances, how to complete financial clearance, residential living at WWU, and preparing for fall quarter. 

Last update on June 27, 2018