Residential Life and Housing

Residential Life and Housing
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Residential life and housing at Walla Walla University

Walla Walla University’s residential life and housing exists to create a Christian community which encourages connectivity among all WWU residents; enhances personal, professional, and spiritual growth; and fosters an atmosphere conducive to a lifetime of learning and service.

On our residential campus, students have an opportunity to be a part of a vibrant, active, and close community. There is a wide range of housing options within our campus, including residence halls, apartments, and houses. Find more information on residential life and housing below:

Students in residence hall housing engage in diverse communities that foster co-curricular learning experiences. Residents enjoy fitness facilities, kitchens, study spaces, and activities put on by men's and women's residence hall clubs. Foreman and Conard halls house female residents and Sittner and Meske halls house male residents at WWU. 

Learn more about life in the residence halls >

Students on the College Place campus who do not live in the residence halls and are part of village housing. Village students enjoy activities year-round put on by the Village Club. To students who meet eligibility requirements university offers one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as 50 homes. To live outside the residence halls, in or out of university-owned housing, students must meet off-campus housing eligibility requirements.
Learn more about village housing >

Students accepted to our nursing program move from our College Place campus to our Portland campus for their junior and senior years. Residential housing is available at the Portland campus in Hansen Hall. Students living in Hansen Hall enjoy living in a community with other nursing students where regular activities are planned.

Submit an application to be a resident in Hansen Hall at Portland >

Last update on July 30, 2018