The Associated Students of Walla Walla University (ASWWU) employs a student diversity and wellness officer who reports directly to their president. This officer facilitates the Inclusive Committee, comprised of students, which discusses issues related to inclusion and diversity within ASWWU

Asian and Pacific Islander Club provides fun-filled events for students, faculty and staff related to Asian and Pacific Islander culture and heritage.

Presidents: Noah Zachary Arnold Recalde and Nia Aiolupotea


Every Sabbath during the school year a group of student leaders and faculty/staff sponsors organize and produce a church service in the Berean style with a worship team and guest speakers.

Pastor: Almonds Sebirokwa


BSCF is a social club open to all students that focuses on fellowship, entertainment, and getting involved. Lead by a dedicated and hardworking team, the club puts on many events such as BBQ's, Christmas parties, picnics, and more.

President: Liberty Paige Anderson


Walla Walla University aims to engage with biblical faithfulness and Christ-like compassion to students who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. We at Walla Walla University recognize the vulnerable situation of LGBTQ+ students on our campus and are committed to creating an environment of understanding and acceptance. For this reason, we at Walla Walla University establish Haven as a place of engagement and emotional support for the well-being and success of LGBTQ+ students.


A student-led ministry out of the Chaplain's Office, Hispanic Ministries plans a weekly worship.

Co-Leaders: Jenny Vidales and Anilce Castillo


LatinX Club is a campus club that promotes interests related to Hispanic cultures in Latin America; provides opportunities to experience these cultures through music, food, and fellowship; and promotes goodwill within our local communities.


Nuestra Iglesia" means "Our Church". Nuestra Iglesia becomes your church when you join us for worship. Whether it is through attending, greeting, singing, preaching, praying, or even just following us on Instagram. Nuestra Iglesia is a safe place that belongs to all of us. 

Our mission for this year is to make you feel welcomed, heard, and understood by creating a family with everyone who walks through those conard chapel doors. We look look forward to praising God with you this year!

Co-Pastors: Andy Anaya and Emily Martinez

Led by the university's chief diversity officer, Diversity Council meets monthly and is comprised of key university leaders, elected faculty and staff; student leaders; and community members. The council regularly receives training, holds an open forum yearly, provides guidance for annual organizations and annual events, and develops a strategic plan, updated and reviewed at least yearly by the president’s cabinet and Board of Trustees. Learn more about Diversity Council >

The Donald Blake Center promotes academic research through annual conferences featuring keynote speakers who are leading academics on subject matter related to the study of race, ethnicity, and culture. Learn more about the Donald Blake Center history and upcoming events >

The Center for Educational Equity and Diversity was established to increase research and improve practice on issues of diversity and equity in the School of Education and Psychology. It is a center founded to interact with the public, both on the WWU campus and the greater Walla Walla Valley community. Learn more about CEED >