Visiting Walla Walla University is the best way to get a feel for what life is like on our campus. When you sign up for a virtual visit, you can customize your experience by choosing what you would like to do, and who you would like to meet with while you are on your virtual campus visit. Here are some things you can choose to do on your virtual visit:
- Take a guided virtual campus tour with one of our tour guides.
- Schedule meetings with professors in your areas of interest.
- Get a sneak peek at residence hall life and talk with the deans.
- Talk with admissions and financial aid counselors.
- Chat with some of our students about their experience on our campus.
Start the get-to-know-you process by watching this clip about who we are and what it means to do life at Walla Walla University.
Want to know more?
Our students and professors have created a playlist of videos to help you learn more about who we are and what life is like on our campus. Through these videos you'll learn about each area of the college experience—everything from how to work for the student association to what dorm life is like, to how to get involved in varsity athletics, to a message from the leaders of our student-led churches, to a peek into the different academic areas you can study while you're a student here, to the specific departments and resources dedicated to helping you succeed in college and at life. And while you're getting hyped about what your life will look like as a college student here, you'll also get to meet some of the faces that will become your friends.
Take a look around!
Find more information about each scene by clicking on the circles that appear on the screen. Click through the scenes (bottom of the tour screen) to see different areas of campus. Have fun! If you have any questions, send a note to email@example.com.
Problems with the tour? Try viewing it in Google.
Want to visit in person? We want you to, too!
Right now our campus is closed in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and to protect the health of our employees, students, and visitors. While campus is closed, our in-person visit program is on hiatus. When campus opens again, we would love to welcome you for a visit! Stay safe out there.