Online and Hybrid Courses
Students taking online or hybrid courses must have basic computer competency, including use of e-mail and regular high-speed internet access. Information on minimum computer hardware requirements is available at the Equipment link on the distance learning website: wallawalla.edu/academics/distance-learning.
The regular tuition rate applies for all online and hybrid courses (see Tuition). Summer Advantage students pay the Summer Advantage rate for online courses (see Summer Advantage Program). Online courses begin on June 25 and end on August 17 unless otherwise indicated. Course enrollment minimums and maximums apply.
Students may register for online or hybrid courses as indicated below. For further information, see the “How to Register” link at
- Currently enrolled Walla Walla University students register online through myWWU beginning April 16 and must arrange financial clearance by 4 p.m. on June 25.
- Summer Advantage students register through the Academic Advisement Office at (800) 558-2132 or email@example.com and must arrange financial clearance by 4 p.m. on June 25.
- North Pacific Union Conference K-12 teachers register online for all courses, including online or hybrid courses, at wallawalla.edu/k12.
- Guest students taking courses for transfer to other institutions (not seeking a degree at Walla Walla University) register by completing a registration form and payment information online at wallawalla.edu/academics/distance-learning, or in person at the Academic Records Office.
Financial clearance is required for all students. Students who register for classes but do not obtain financial clearance by 4 p.m. on June 25 will be automatically dropped from all summer courses (see Academic Information).