Expect an extra helping of small-town kindness. “Friendly beyond belief,” commented a reviewer on thegradcafe.com.
Sunset magazine describes Pullman as “a town with nice folks and a virtually non-existent crime rate.” It’s not surprising that Sunset ranked Pullman among the top 10 college towns in the West (2019).
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.
Relax! The crime rate in Pullman is a small fraction of state and national averages.
You could live minutes from downtown or on wide open acres. Pullman offers beautiful places to call home.
There’s no shortage of family-friendly recreational activities in Pullman and nearby.
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.
The number of advanced degrees per capita in Pullman well exceeds national averages.
Persons aged 25+ years
Source:?U.S. Census Bureau?(2015-2019)