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Now accepting late applications.

Our application deadline has passed, but we're an understanding, flexible kind of place. 

Whitman College is a place like no other. From the moment you arrive, you’ll belong to a community that will support and challenge you. You'll learn from some of the most accomplished and accessible faculty—who will know you by name—on one of the most beautiful campuses in the country.

Walla Walla, Washington puts you at the center of endless learning and recreational opportunities. You'll matter here—you'll be able to make a real difference on campus and in the community while gaining the skills you need to thrive, shine and change the world. Welcome to Whitman.

We're happy to know that you are interested in continuing your education at Whitman.

Students that typically excel at Whitman are down-to-earth, diverse high-achievers. Some of our students transfer from other four-year liberal arts colleges. Some from larger comprehensive universities. No matter your age, background or educational goals, you will find that we are a community that welcomes your perspective and unique contributions to the classroom and campus life. We're glad you found us. 

Application information for transfer students »

Whitman College is an excellent choice for international students who desire a rigorous liberal arts education that will prepare them for graduate school or professional school as well as careers in all fields. A vibrant community of international students at Whitman College plays a significant role in the diversity of the Whitman campus. 

Application information for international students »

Whitman College welcomes applications from all students, regardless of immigration status.

Application information for DACA and undocumented students »

We're here to help! Contact the Office of Admission at 509-527-5176 or admission@whitman.edu.


The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses.

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