Walk to the heart of the WSU campus in just 20 minutes from your new home. If you’re not a morning person, stay in bed a little longer before picking up your car from the on-site parking facility and driving three minutes to class. If you need a quick pick-me-up before you start work, make sure you pick up a free coffee from the bistro at Grove at Pullman before you head out.
When university is done for the day, drive 10 minutes to stock up on groceries at the local Walmart or Safeway supermarkets. Then, return home to your fully furnished apartment and relax on the sofa in front of your favorite cable TV shows in the living area, or surf the free high-speed internet. Then, jump in the shower to freshen up in your private bathroom – with utilities included in your rent, you can take all the time you need. Then, head out to dine on Mediterranean fare at The Black Cypress, or listen to live music at Rico’s Public House. For a more low-key evening, hang out in the tavern-style game room and clubhouse back at home.
In the summer, you can cycle to class and store your bike at home when you’re done. Hit the 24-hour fitness center whenever you need a stress-busting workout, or duck into the indoor tanning facility to make sure you look great for a weekend pool party. You can keep your sports kit clean with the washer dryer in your apartment. At the weekend, round up some college friends to hike in the rolling Palouse Hills at Kamiak Butte County Park – you can get there in just 20 minutes if you take your car.