About WSU Pullman
A window to the world
Enriching campus life
The campus is a hub for most of the university’s student organizations, including its athletic teams, as well as galleries, performance venues, and museums dedicated to art, anthropology, zoology, and other topics.
WSU Pullman is largely residential; 46 percent of students live in residence halls, university-owned apartments, or fraternity and sorority houses.
Modern facilities, high-tech capabilities
Major new facilities include a digital classroom building, multiple plant sciences facilities, a multicultural center, a veterinary and biomedical research building, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU, and the PACCAR Environmental Technology Building.
A community for all