A welcoming community
Expect an extra helping of small-town kindness. “Friendly beyond belief,” commented a reviewer on thegradcafe.com.
Students interviewed by MSN describe locals as “accepting,” “friendly” and “a big, huge family.” It’s not surprising that MSN ranked Pullman one of America’s top 10 college towns (2012).
A medley of cultures
You’ll hear many languages spoken in Pullman. Over a quarter of WSU undergraduates identify themselves as multicultural. Nearly 10 percent are from countries other than the United States.
In-town or countryside living
You could live minutes from downtown or on wide open acres. Pullman offers beautiful places to call home.
Low crime rate
Places to play
There’s no shortage of family-friendly recreational activities in Pullman and nearby.
Gay, lesbian-, bisexual, and transgender-friendly
The Pullman community flies the rainbow flag of welcome. The Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center offers many resources for students and staff.