Enrolling a student in college can be intimidating. We want to make sure you have the resources you need to successfully enroll your student at Walla Walla University so we've created a checklist for you. To learn more about campus and life at WWU, arrange for a campus visit and encourage your student to sign up for U-Days. If you have any questions please contact Marketing and Enrollment Services at (800) 541-8900.
The University Health Clinic is run by Providence Medical Group, so you will want to check your health insurance plan to see if they are in-network providers, or consider other health insurance plans.
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Every admitted student is assigned a WWU account. This is the same account that gives them access to myWWU and also doubles as their WWU email address. Make sure your student is checking their email and their myWWU to-do list regularly. Access myWWU.
Beyond the financial package you will receive from WWU, there are many other places to find financial assistance. Consider this list of outside scholarships.
Parental permissions on myWWU
Once your student starts classes, we can only share information about finances and academics with people your student has given us permission to talk with. Set myWWU parental permissions.
Workshops and webinars
There are many helpful workshops you can attend or webinars you can watch to learn more about paying for college and residence hall live. View the list of recorded webinars and upcoming workshops.
If your student intends to work on campus, they will need to submit an employment application. Help them find a position on campus and make sure they have the necessary documents to apply.
We take pride in providing a multitude of student support services across campus to ensure students are well cared for and have the best chance to succeed in college. Find tips on getting started with orientation, registration, and financial clearance; tools to help plan courses for their degree; and resources to provide academic and spiritual support throughout their college experience online. Help your student start college off on the right foot. Visit wallawalla.edu/student-success.