Walla Walla University Reviews
If your looking for a dedicated faculty with small class sizes, research opportunities for freshmen, opportunities to attend undergraduate research conventions along with publications, and individual mentoring, Walla Walla University is for you. Their dedicated staff stays overtime to assist with projects and answer homework questions. I personally have received help from instructors as early as 3am through email and text messaging. If you work hard professors will take the time to help you succeed, they are rooting for your success. Major departments and the career center provide employment and internship resources along with an interview room for skype and phone interviews. Facilities cover a wide range of experimental interests including plant science, tissue engineering, bioprinting, 3D printing, bioreacting, structures, and more. Research participation requires expressing interest to an instructor, they will assign you to one of their projects and this can be done as a freshman with under 2,000 students. Walla Walla University is small with unique research opportunities, caring faculty, and a rigorous program that prepares students for employment.
A small peaceful place. It is a spiritual place where you will learn about God. Academics are great.
The time I spent at Walla Walla University shaped every aspect of who I am today, personally, professionally and spiritually. My professors were, overall, extraordinary human beings as well as inspiring teachers. The culture on campus was and remains exceptionally nurturing, warm and encourages creativity and personal growth and development. The Communications Faculty are knowledgeable, engaged in the community, and in touch with the latest developments in the industry.
Very knowledgable and helpful professors who excellently prepared me for my field.
Small class size, good student to instructor ratio. Great supportive environment in the social work department. Student disability support services needs huge improvement, highly disappointed with lack of support given to students withddisabilities.
I had a great experience there and an exceptional education. I am now the CFO of a company that has greater than 10 million in sales. I would not have been this successful without my college experience. I began attending college at the age of after a six year stint in the Navy.
WWU was a wonderful school. Looking to stay in Adventist education this was a great option. The academics were top notch and the community of the campus was unbeatable. The involvement of the teachers was high and our average class size was 12 students to 1 teacher. Where else do professors know you by name and have open office hours and sometimes their cell number on the syllabus. This will be a legacy school for my family.
Walla Walla University is an incredible school. It offers one of the best well-balanced programs I've ever found. High academics, strong spiritual foundation, vibrant social life, and a wealth of emotional support. Beyond that, the community/family feel here is tangible. Located in the friendliest small town in America and one of the top college towns for foodies, top places to retire, top area for arts and culture, top place for a getaway, and the list goes on - this town is a wonderful place to live that I have fallen in love with. I HIGHLY recommend Walla Walla University.
This college operates like a family. You are one part of the whole and people across campus care about who you are and how you are doing both academically and personally. The communications faculty are dedicated and knowledgeable. They are actively involved in their field of study. They aim to involve their students in their own extracurricular endeavors and remain in contact with their graduates for years to come.
My experience was amazing. I love the Walla Walla University environment, and would go back for more in a heart beat. My teachers were caring, my classmates were down to earth and awesome, and I felt as though I could always find help to further my passions. I’ve maintained connections with professors and administrators, and they’re friendships I value greatly.