Student Missions

Go Love

“Let us not love with words or speech, but with actions and in truth." - 1 John 3:18 (NIV)

What if God called you to an experience that deepened your love for him and others? Being a Student Missionary is an opportunity to grow in love as you share life over several months with people who may be different from you in age, personality, culture or religion. Whether an academy dorm or refugee community; an island classroom or urban health clinic, showing up and caring says a lot about what God’s love is like.

We pray that each student on our campus will encounter the life-changing love of Jesus, and that His love will overflow to the world around us. If you’re ready for more conversation about what it could look like to go love as a Student Missionary, we have a team of students and a Chaplain for Missions who would love to explore this idea with you. Feel free to stop by the Chaplain's Office or fill out an interest form to have a chat with a former student missionary at the Atlas--your drink is on us!


Mission and service opportunities

There are so many ways to let your light shine--here in Walla Walla, on a short term service trip, or as a student missionary. You can explore these opportunities below.


Long term

Spend a few months or a year of your life as a student missionary. Discover what the process looks like through the Guide to Service.

Short term

Spend some time serving others over a break. Find out what service trips are available, and learn how to join or lead a trip. 



Put your gifts and skills to use in caring for our community with the Center for Humanitarian Engagement.