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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.

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 & Meske Residence Halls

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 & Conard Residence Halls

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.

Last update on April 20, 2017