The primary components of the philosophy of Student Affairs include providing excellent services for students, encouraging community development, involving students in life beyond the classroom, and providing leadership opportunities, all in an environment characterized by support and challenge.
The Division of Student Affairs includes Student Activities and the Dean of Students Office, as well as Residence Life and other student-oriented services. It is overseen by Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Kazi Joshua.
Click the links below for more information about the services offered to Whitman students.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) helps students with study skills, schedule planning, goal definition, concentration, motivation, and test preparation.
The Whitman College Bookstore offers an expansive selection of items, including textbooks, dorm supplies, clothing, and other college essentials.
The Career and Community Engagement Center connects the Whitman College community with volunteer opportunities in Walla Walla.
Personal and psychological counseling by professionally trained counselors is available to all students at no charge.
The Welty Student Health Center is staffed by professional nurses who help meet the health care needs of Whitman's students.
The Outdoor Program offers environmentally sound trips and courses to Whitman students to help them develop leadership and outdoor skills.
The campus post office is the hub for incoming campus mail and outgoing non-bulk mail from the campus community. This is the home of all student mailboxes.
The Reid Campus Center is the hub for student life and activities on the Whitman Campus. It is home to the campus post office, the Outdoor Program, Student Activities, the Career and Community Engagement Center, and more.
The residence life program at Whitman College depends upon student involvement at many levels in an attempt to enhance the classroom experience and bring what is learned there to life.
The Office of Security plays an important role in ensuring the safety of students, faculty and staff members, and visitors to campus.
Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Network
Use this link to submit a request for assistance.
Memorial Building 325
345 Boyer Ave.
Summer Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.