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University Health Clinic

The University Health Clinic provides health services for WWU students, faculty, and staff on the university campus in College Place.

The University Health Clinic is a partnership between WWU and Providence St Mary's Medical Center that provides access to a registered nurse practitioner as well as insurance billing for students, faculty, and staff, who come to the clinic prepared to present their insurance card and driver’s license and/or WWU ID card. 

University Health Clinic Hours

The clinic is closed for the summer.

  • Forms required for new students will be available starting August 20.
  • The clinic will reopen on September 17.
  • A nurse practitioner will be available beginning September 24.

Requirements for freshmen and transfer students

Complete the immunization history form

If this step is required, it will be listed in your To Do’s in the Student Center in myWWU. If you have questions, contact University Health Clinic at (509) 527-2425 or


Review your health insurance

All undergraduate students and graduate international students taking more than 6 credits must be covered by a health insurance plan. Please make sure that you have coverage throughout your entire education at Walla Walla University. View insurance resources.


Physical exam

A complete physical is recommended for new students. This examination can be performed by your regular physician.


Fill out the TB screening form

New students must fill out a tuberculosis (TB) screening form.

Health resources


WWU Campus Security
(509) 527-2222

(509) 529-9922
Sexual Assault, Abuse, Rape, Domestic Violence

(509) 524-2999
Mental health & Substance Abuse Crisis Line

(509) 529-3377 
WW County (food card for the food bank)

WWU Counseling
(509) 527-2147

The health forms necessary for students to complete before registering at Walla Walla University will be available beginning August 20. If you have questions about this process, please call (509) 527-2425.

Student accident/incident reporting

In the case of an accident/incident, refer to reporting and claims information from Risk and Safety Management. With the exception of intercollegiate athletics accidents, the University does not provide student accident insurance coverage.

Intercollegiate Athletic Accident Insurance is for students injured while participating in the University intercollegiate sports program. The Athletic Trainer/Coach will assist the student to complete the A-G Accident Claim Form found at the WWU Athletics website at For additional information on coverage, see the Intercollegiate Athletic Accident Plan and Summary.

Last update on August 16, 2018