Walla Walla University, which was originally established in 1892 as the Walla Walla College, achieved university status in 2007. Popularly referred to as WWU, the university's main campus is situated on 55 acres in College Place, Washington. It also operates several extension campuses in Montana and the Pacific Northwest.
WWU offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs. Bachelor's degrees in science and engineering are provided through the Edward F. Cross School of Engineering. Graduate courses are available in the fields of biology, education, counseling psychology, and social work.
Students of WWU participate in sports like basketball, volleyball, soccer, and softball. The men's teams are nicknamed the Wolves, while the women's teams are called the Lady Wolves. The university also sponsors various clubs and organizations like the Aleph Gimel Ain, Backpacking Club, Music Club, Paintball Club, and Theology Club. In addition, the students publish an on-campus newspaper called "The Collegian".
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