Even though it has a full-time population of only 30,000, Pullman is still the largest city in Whitman County and home to Washington State University, one of the three largest universities in the state of Washington. In fact, Pullman is best known for being the site of Washington State University, a four-year accredited university that has a total annual enrollment of nearly 30,000 students.
Washington State University (WSU) is well known for it exceptional education programs, in particular for the programs offered via its schools of business, engineering, architecture, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, and communications. In all, WSU offers programs in more than 200 fields of study via one of its 12 academic colleges and its graduate school.
Only 18 miles east of Pullman in Moscow, Idaho, is another university, the University of Idaho, which is also a popular choice for higher education among residents of Pullman and Washington state because of its close proximity and stellar reputation.
To learn more about Washington State University and other four-year colleges and universities in Pullman you can review the college profiles and links to additional information below.
Washington State University
PO Box 645910
Pullman, WA 99164-5910
main phone: (509) 335-3564
admission phone: (888) 468-6978
admission fax: (509) 335-4902
Washington State University has a total enrollment of 24,000+ students and provides Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral and First Professional degrees and degree completion programs.