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Drug and Alcohol Policy

Walla Walla University is committed to an environment of learning that supports the fullest possible human development. To achieve this goal, the University holds that a drug-free lifestyle is essential and thus maintains policies that seek an alcohol-, tobacco-, and drug-free campus environment. Faculty, and staff, and students are expected to practice this lifestyle and adhere to the Drug and Alcohol Policy.

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On-Campus Support

Department    Location Phone  
Counseling and Testing Center 

    Meske Hall, 222  

(509) 527-2147 
University Health Clinic

    Meske Hall 

(509) 527-2425
Campus Ministries

    Chaplain's Office 

(509) 527-2343

Information & Resources

Resource Phone  
Serenity Point Counseling Services    (509) 529-6036 
Northwest Counseling Solutions(509) 525-8844
Alcoholics Anonymous(509) 522-5059
Alcohol & Drug 24-Hour Help Line        (800) 562-1240
Narcotics Anonymous(509) 522-7842
Last update on November 15, 2018