Fall quarter at WWU

WWU to hold classes on campus beginning fall 2020


Walla Walla University will welcome students back to its campuses in fall for the 2020-2021 academic school year, prioritizing safety and quality education, announced WWU President John McVay on May 21. “We believe that a strong, active community is absolutely central to the education provided here at Walla Walla University,” said McVay.

University officials are working diligently on strategies to facilitate on-campus instruction, he said. Local health officials will help identify prevention measures and options for testing and treatment. Significant emphasis will be placed on illness prevention and community health.

“Meanwhile, we remain fully focused on Walla Walla University’s mission, and I’m heartened by our students’ strong intent to come back and continue building their lives in community with each other,” said McVay.

Read President McVay’s full statement at wallawalla.edu/coronavirus.

Posted May 21, 2020

The front of the WWU Administration Building with the sun shining through the trees
The faculty, staff, and administrators of Walla Walla University look forward to welcoming students back to campus in the fall.