College Sophomore 2013-11-05T20:34:23Z
Health & Safety:
Getting better because of installation of things like more lights.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T20:33:44Z
A lot of scholarship opportunities and scholarships are relatively easy to achieve.
College Sophomore 2013-11-05T20:32:40Z
Very accepting of diversity.
College Sophomore 2013-10-31T07:13:10Z
Being the tiny town it is, College Place doesn't have many restaurant options. What they do have is very good, though. We have great Hispanic and Thai food options in town, as well as the typical fast food. Though a large percentage of the student population is vegetarian, there aren't many veggie options in town. Hardly anything is open late, either. For a simple restaurant that will treat you like family, here's the place.
College Sophomore 2013-10-31T07:09:01Z
Housing is a good deal, but not the best quality. Pretty small and availability is a long waiting list. Finding roommates is pretty easy, and the school helps as much as they can. Depending on the complex you may have a huge parking lot all to yourself, or you may be on the street corner.
College Sophomore 2013-10-31T07:03:33Z
Health & Safety:
Our campus is small, in the middle of a small town, and we have other colleges close by. The parking lots and streets are well lit and there are faculty and security around when you need them. Some people have had incidents on the streets, and it's best to walk in groups at night, but if you're cautious you should be safe. I've personally had things stolen, but it's rare.
College Sophomore 2013-10-31T06:58:52Z
I go to a Christian University. There aren't many evening places for college kids to party. People sponsor parties at their house or apartment and everyone brings food. Hardly anyone goes to bars from my school. For upbeat fun, campus owns buildings where students and community members can listen to music, dance and praise God.
College Freshman 2013-10-15T08:25:47Z
Walla Walla doesn't really have a nightlife persay
College Freshman 2013-10-15T08:25:08Z
The social life at the campus is amazing, there are many things to do with friends but also plenty of places to just sit down and study
College Freshman 2013-10-15T07:30:23Z
The academics here are quite rigorous and challenging. They give you a good run for your money here
College Freshman 2013-10-15T07:26:23Z
I loved all the places on campus, they were all within 10 minutes of walking distances.
College Freshman 2013-10-15T07:25:22Z
While I was at Walla Walla University, I was an Industrial Design major and I was very satisfied with all my classes, even the general studies classes.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T06:19:28Z
The process of completing financial aid and keeping things on track is fairly simple; almost everything is online and has step-by-step instructions.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T06:17:45Z
To get around on campus, a car isn't necessary, but to get anywhere in town you'll need a car (or a friend who has one). Parking in the girl's dorm parking lot is sometimes an adventure and girls are on occasion forced to park in an unlit parking lot far from the dorm. If you park on the street, you will get a ticket. No question.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T06:15:43Z
There are computer labs in almost every major building on campus, and it's not hard to find an empty computer to use. Printing is fairly simple, as well; students are given a $10 credit on their account every quarter to print and there are printers in every lab. There is WiFi in almost every building on campus, excluding some of the dorms.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T06:13:52Z
If you're willing to drive, finding a place to eat near WWU is fairly simple (as long as it's before 10:00 pm). Downtown Walla Walla is full of great local eateries and coffee shops, and it is possible to get student discounts at most places.
College Sophomore 2013-10-10T06:10:42Z
The nearby town of Walla Walla is a great place to go shopping downtown, and there are lots of good places to go camping and hiking within an hour's drive from campus. The only drawback is that next to nothing is open 24 hours a day, so finding places to study can sometimes be difficult.
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T04:16:52Z
People go there for a quality education. WWU does not draw the best athletes but we still support them.
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T04:15:25Z
Great opportunities for after hours social gathering
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T04:14:34Z
Drugs & alcohol not tolerated. An excellent learning environment
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T04:13:20Z
Four seasons, great small town feel
College Sophomore 2013-10-08T04:11:55Z
Older facility, needs upgrading of wireless/network access in dorms
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T21:41:39Z
We don't have Greek anything, besides our dorm clubs; OPS and AGA, which everyone is automatically in when living in the dorms.
College Sophomore 2013-10-01T21:38:58Z
It's mostly cloudy, windy and drizzling in the early portion of the year but there is always a warm spot near. Sometimes that's the perfect place to admire the gorgeous fall scenery. But when the sun brings spring the smells are wonderful! Then you will be fighting for a study/hang out spot on the grass.
College Freshman 2013-09-26T21:33:10Z
The off-campus housing selection that Walla Walla offers is really great because there are so many options to choose from. There are three different kinds of apartments, with different accommodations, different sizes and of course, different prices. Also, there are several houses, for if you want to live with several people. They are all walking-distance from campus and very affordable. It is so convenient because you are free from curfew, from having to eat the food in the cafeteria, and you don't have to put up with distractions that you would at the dorm. You live by your own rules!
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