More free time
In Pullman, traffic jams are a distant memory. With just 19 traffic signals, rush “hour” lasts about 10 minutes. That means less stress and more time to chase your dreams.
TYPICAL TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Walk or bike to work and school
Make your commute part of your daily exercise program! It’s easy to get around by
bicycle and on foot. The city maintains 15 miles of paved bicycle and pedestrian paths.
“I love the small town atmosphere. I love being able to go home for lunch. I love being only 10 minutes from work. I’m happy I stumbled onto Pullman. It’s a great place to live.”
Desktop Support Manager,
WSU Information Technology
In Pullman, it’s easy to be green
You can get around easily using public transportation, carpools, and shared bikes.
Pullman offers an efficient single-stream recycling program.
The city offers education and water-saving devices to encourage water conservation.
Excellent health care services
Top hospitals and clinics
Patient satisfaction is high at local hospitals.
Pullman Regional Hospital is one of 251 hospitals in the nation to earn the highest possible rating—5 stars—from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The rating is based on patient votes.
Healthgrades.com has bestowed its Outstanding Patient Experience Award on the following institutions:
Cougar Health Services on the Pullman campus treats students who need general or urgent medical care. The accredited clinic is staffed with board certified physicians and experienced health care providers. A pharmacy is on site.
Spokane is home to one of the nation’s best collection of health care services. It’s just a 90-minute drive away. There you’ll find many specialists in all major areas.
A campus dedicated to health sciences
Spokane campus is home to the colleges of pharmacy, nursing, and medical sciences. Health insurance for WSU employees
WSU’s generous benefits package includes excellent