Health & Wellness Center

If you or someone you know is suicidal and needs help immediately, do not call the Health & Wellness Center, call 911 or the Walla Walla Crisis Response Unit at (509) 524-2999, or go to the Providence St. Mary Medical Center emergency room. Find emergency resources.

Walla Walla University's Health & Wellness Center is committed to the mental health and wellness of our students. Counseling offers a holistic approach to problem solving in an environment of respect and acceptance. We have a number of resources to support whole-student wellness coordinated through our Student Health and Wellness program. 

The Testing Center administers Pearson tests, placement tests, college credit exams, and required department exit tests to meet the needs of our students. 

Summer Plans

Walk-In Consultations

Walk-In Consultations will be available for students on campus this summer. Walk-In Consultations will be available by appointment. Students can request a consultation by emailing the Counseling office.

Support During the Summer

As counseling services pause for the summer, the counseling team would like to share resources you may find helpful this summer. 

Should you encounter crisis this summer and need immediate support, please contact 911. The national Crisis Text Line is available as well. We also encourage you to explore the crisis hotlines available to your county. To access the National Suicide Hotline, dial 988.

For those interested in pursuing counseling with a therapist in your area this summer, these are search engines you might find helpful:

Good Therapy

Psychology Today

Therapist Locator

Open Path Collective is a therapy directory of therapists offering reduced rates. 

For those in Walla Walla or Eastern WA, these are two local counseling options:

Anchor Point Counseling

Blue Mountain Health Cooperative

We also recommend the following wellness apps that are a helpful way to have support anytime and anywhere:

TalkCampus remains available as a free resource to all students utilizing your student email.



Insight Timer (free)


Noom Mood

Fall Counseling

Counseling will open again to all students this fall. The application portal will be available on this webpage when the fall quarter begins in September. 


Counseling Services

Our therapists can help you work through a variety of life's challenges, including anxiety, depression, relationship distress, childhood abuse, substance abuse, grief, and career uncertainty.

Student Medical Services

You are on a journey and your health has never been more important to your success. While you are away from home and may not have access to your primary care provider, we are here for you. We want to make sure you have what you need to stay focused on your path. Walla Walla University's College Place Health Clinic is provide by Columbia County Health Systems.

The clinic will be open Monday-Thursday from 9am-5:30pm (PST) by walk-in or appointment. 

To schedule an appointment call (509) 382-8349.

Testing Services

Testing services are offered by appointment. Please email to make an appointment.

In the event of an urgent situation during evenings or weekends, contact Campus Security at (509) 527-2222 or your residence hall dean on duty. You may also call the Walla Walla County Crisis Response Unit at (509) 524-2999 or go to the Providence St. Mary Medical Center's Emergency Room. Find more emergency resources.