Panoramic view of the Stephenson Complex, and Rogers Hall, on the campus of Washington State University, Tuesday, May, 11, 2021.
Welcome to a vibrant living experience

Campus Housing

We have housing options to meet your needs: convenient on-campus residence halls, nearby fraternity or sorority chapter houses, university-owned apartments, or off-campus apartments and houses.

Residence halls

Living options abound

Our 14 residence halls range from gender-inclusive to coed, rooms with semi- and private bathrooms, and single or double occupancy rooms, just to name a few. And you can walk from your residence hall to any class, activity, or event in minutes.

Who lives there

  • All WSU students can live in the halls, with specific options for students over 19.
  • Second year students and beyond 
  • Graduate students (in dedicated quiet halls)

Advantages

  • Studies show that living on campus improves student success. That’s why we require all first-year Pullman students to live on campus for one year.
  • First-Year Focus living-learning communities help first-year students learn better and earn higher grades.
  • Amenities like study lounges, recreation rooms, tutoring, small kitchen spaces, free WiFi and streaming services, laundry facilities, and nearby dining centers.

Find virtual tours, photos, room dimensions, nearby dining options, and more.

Get a glimpse of campus life.

Use the Residence Hall Rate Estimator to estimate your housing bill.

Fraternity and sorority chapter houses 

Consider Greek life

Our Greek community is made up of 50+ Greek letter organizations and three councils with nearly 3,500 members. Greek houses are conveniently located adjacent to campus.

Who lives there

  • Second-year students and beyond

Advantages

  • A community of students with shared values
  • Commitment to public service and volunteering
  • Networking opportunities with alumni

Campus apartments

Options to meet your needs

Choose from among 9 university-owned apartment buildings with one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartments, as well as family or graduate student options.

Who lives there

  • Single non first-year students over the age of 18 and first-year students over the age of 30
  • Graduate students & students with families (5 complexes)

Advantages

  • Conveniently located within walking or biking distance to campus
  • Free public transportation offered through Pullman Transit serving both on- and off-campus routes
  • Rent charged to your online WSU account for easy payment
  • WSU is your property manager

Living in town or nearby

Renting

Search for available rentals online. Be sure to check out postings on sites like Craigslist, or Facebook Marketplace. Don’t forget to ask important questions or, if you can, take the time to view the location before you sign a lease or choose a roommate.

Learn about your rights and legal obligations as a renter using the Off-Campus Housing Guide.

Real estate

Whether you yearn to live close to town or in a more rural setting, you can find beautiful homes in Pullman and in the nearby area.