Virtual campus tour
Kretschmar Hall lawn
Kretschmar Hall features numerous classrooms, labs, and offices including offices for the communication and languages, physics, math, and computer science departments. Two computer labs are located in Kretschmar Hall, open late for student use. Bowers Hall, the home of the School of Business and the Walla Walla University Church are also found surrounding this lawn. Our weekly worship service is streamed live at wwuchurch.com.
Melvin K. West Fine Arts Center
The Fine Arts Center (FAC) serves as a hub for all fine arts on campus. Home to the music and art departments, the FAC features an auditorium, three organs, an art gallery, pottery studio, and painting and drawing studios. Practice rooms for student use are available on the second floor. The building is used by several musical groups, including the Walla Walla University Singers, I Cantori, the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony, Jazz Band, and the Steel Drum Band. The mosaic in the lobby, created by Ken Mackintosh, depicts the creation of the world and took 4,000 hours over seven years to create. Watch an I Cantori performance.
Walla Walla University was founded in 1892. At that time the Ad Building housed everything: classrooms, dormitories, cafeteria, teachers’ offices. It was a beautiful four-story building with a bell tower and dormers. Unfortunately in 1919 there was an act of arson that burned part of the top floor of the building. The remodel of the top floor eliminated that bell tower and added three white pillars out front. That version of the building remained the same until 2003. In 2007 the current administration building was completed and retains those three white pillars and added back the original look of the bell tower and dormers.
Peterson Memorial Library
Built in 1944, the Peterson Memorial Library building offers users access to over 190,000 books through an online catalog, over 3,000 current periodical subscriptions, 70 online databases, access to over 6 million titles through Summit Borrowing, reference and interlibrary loan services, a PC lab, and individual and group study areas. Search the library catalog.
Foreman and Conard Hall plaza
Foreman and Conard halls house female residents at WWU. These residence halls are connected with a skywalk with Foreman Hall’s lobby serving both residence halls. These halls have study rooms on each floor as well as several kitchenettes and a fitness room available for resident use. Learn more about campus living at WWU.
Sittner Hall is one of the buildings that house male residents at WWU. Sittner Hall is the main men's residence hall on campus, with a spacious lobby, lounge, study room, and fitness center. Meske Hall primarily houses upper-class (Junior and Senior) men. Learn more about campus living at WWU.
Meske Hall is one of the buildings that house male residents at WWU. Learn more about campus living at WWU.
One of the oldest buildings still standing on campus, Village Hall is an ivy-covered icon of Walla Walla University. The building, with its castle-like tower, was built in 1920 as the campus church. Today it still has most of the original stained glass windows. It is now used by the drama department. The Student Development Center is housed in this building, offering career testing, career fairs, mock interviews, resume workshops, and information on internships and full-time employment opportunities. Learn how the Student Development Center can help you achieve your academic and career goals.
Rigby Hall is home to the Biology and Chemistry departments. Numerous laboratories for faculty and students research are located in the facility as well as computer labs. Rigby is also the headquarters for Information Technology services. Find services provided by Information Technology.
The top floor of Kellogg Hall houses the cafeteria. The cafeteria is mainly vegetarian fare with some vegan options. Meals served here are all you can eat. The lower level of Kellogg Hall houses the offices of the Associated Students of Walla Walla University (ASWWU), the Student Activity Center (SAC), and the offices of Student Life. ASWWU, our student government, provides many services and and fun events throughout the year. The SAC serves as a grab-and-go or eat-in campus grill. It serves burgers, fries, hot dogs, pizza, smoothies, sandwiches and more. It is also a great place to hang out and play pool, foosball, or other games. Learn more about ASWWU.