Living at WWU
Students in residence hall housing engage in diverse communities that foster co-curricular learning experiences. Residential life endeavors to create a Christian community that encourages connectivity among all Walla Walla University residents; enhances personal, professional and spiritual growth; and fosters an atmosphere conducive to a lifetime of learning and service.
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You must pay your $200 enrollment fee before a room will be assigned to you. You may pay online or by sending a check to WWU.
Sittner and Meske halls 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. All residents of these halls automatically belong to the men’s club, Omicron Pi Sigma (OPS), which provides events throughout the school year.
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. All residents belong to the women's club, Aleph Gimel Ain (AGA), which provides events throughout the school year.