Make your commute part of your daily exercise program! It’s easy to get around by bicycle and on foot. The city maintains 8 miles of paved bicycle and pedestrian paths. Plus, the 7-mile Bill Chipman Palouse Trail stretches all the way to Moscow, Idaho.
Pullman lies at the heart of one of the world’s great agricultural regions. That means you can enjoy locally sourced foods and fabulous local dining.
Eggert Farm, the University’s organic teaching farm, sells fresh produce directly to the community and to regional food cooperatives through a weekly farm stand (open 3–6 p.m. on Fridays). You can also buy fresh, local produce at farmers’ markets in Pullman and neighboring Moscow.
The city offers education, rebates, and water-saving devices to encourage water conservation.
Excellent health care services
Clinic right on campus
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.