With a population of nearly 32,000 and area of 10.8 square miles, Walla Walla is the largest city in Walla walla County and is located in the southeastern corner of Washington state. Walla Walla about 13 miles from Oregon (a 20 minute trip by car) and roughly four hours by car from Seattle.
Walla Walla is great place to live, study, or start a career. It has a strong economy and was recently voted “friendliest small town in the United States” by USA Today. The city is quite famous for its mild sweet onions and vast vineyards and wineries, and is a favorite vacation destination for wine enthusiasts throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Walla Walla is well-known among those living in the region for being the home of Washington State Penitentiary, Walla Walla Community College and Whitman College, the city’s only four-year higher education institution. However, Walla Walla is only a stone’s throw away from College Place, home to Walla Walla University, another popular higher education institution among students in the area.
Learn more about Whitman College in Walla Walla Washington below.
345 Boyer Avenue
Walla Walla, WA 99362-2083
main phone: (509) 527-5111
admission phone: (877) 462-9448
admission fax: (509) 527-4967
Whitman College has a total enrollment of 1,400+ students and provides Bachelor’s, Master’s degrees and degree completion programs.