Resources for All WSU Campuses 

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Systemwide Resources 

Spokane Resources  Tri-Cities Resources

Vancouver Resources Everett Resources

Pullman Family Housing

WSU provides seven apartment complexes designed for students with children. These complexes offer affordable rent and safe, family-friendly living settings conveniently located on campus. For more information about on-campus family housing, view the following websites.

Chief Joseph Village     Chinook Village
Columbia Village          Nez Perce Village

Pullman Childcare

WSU Childcare Resource and Referral

This agency provides a variety of information and services for families. Trained parent counselors are available to help you with your parenting questions and concerns, including:

-Assistance in locating child care providers in Pullman that meet your family’s specific needs
-Information about high-quality care for children
-Child care check lists to assist you in visits to child care programs
-Help determining whether your family is eligible for subsidized care and information about how to locate and hire in-home caregivers

For more information, visit the childcare resources website.

WSU Children’s Center

The WSU Children’s Center serves students, faculty, and staff, with children ages 6 weeks through 12 years. The Children’s Center offers a developmentally appropriate learning environment advocated by the National Association for the Education of Young Children led by trained professionals in child care. Find more information on the children’s center.

Evening Childcare Options

The WSU Children’s Center provides evening care for children of any enrolled WSU student, faculty, or staff, Monday through Thursday, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. for ages 4 weeks to 12 years. Space is limited on a first-come, first-served basis. All Pullman Campus WSU Graduate and Professional students who have enrolled in the WSU Children’s Center are eligible for subsidized evening care. A one-time $50 registration fee per family is required. GPSA will then pay for nightly tuition ($18) for the children of graduate and professional students after the registration fee has been paid. For more information, visit evening care Children’s Center.

Community Child Care Center

This non-profit agency provides a number of childcare programs and family support services to Pullman and the surrounding community. Head Start and Early Head Start programs provide comprehensive services to income-eligible families at no cost.  For more information, visit community-childcare.

Pullman School District

The Pullman community avidly supports education and values the effective learning experiences of all children. The community demonstrates interest and commitment to public education with widespread involvement through a district-wide volunteer program, a Pullman Education Foundation, strong parent/teacher associations, and the Pullman High School Boosters. Students consistently have some of the highest state scores on standardized assessments. For more details, visit Pullman Schools.

Pullman Food Resources

On-Campus Dining

Palouse Fresh Food Project

Moscow Food COOP  

  • Pullman Farmers Market:  
    • Regular Season – Every Wednesday from May 14 – October 22, 3:30 – 6:00 pm. Winter Season – Every third Saturday of the month, 10:00 am-2:00 pm indoors. 
    • Location: Brelsford WSU Visitor Center 
  • Moscow Farmers Market:  
    • Every Saturday from the first weekend of May to the last weekend in October, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Local musicians, entertainment, local produce, and crafts for sale.
    • Location: Main Street in Moscow

Area Thrift Stores

Brused Books

Lilly Bee’s

Goodwill Stores

Hope Center

Habitat for Humanity

Monarch Boutique

Health Care

Medical and dental insurance plans

Medical and dental plans are available to certain graduate student assistants (GSA) as a benefit. Talk with your appointing department to determine your eligibility, or visit the student insurance website. International students are required to enroll in the iSHIP, unless they waive out.  Domestic students who are ineligible for the GSA plan must buy insurance off the insurance exchange for the state.  Spouses/partners can enroll in the GSA or iSHIP plan if the student is enrolled in the plan.

Health and Wellness medical clinic services

For more information, visit Cougar Health Services.

Washington Recovery Centers

Washington drug and alcohol addiction treatment facilities can help you get your life back on track. While there are many top programs, it’s critical to locate one that will meet your requirements. By looking at our addiction treatment facility reviews and ratings, you can get ahead as you search. When you’re ready, finding help to book rehab is just a toll-free phone call away at 1-888-501-9571.  For more info, visit the recovery website.

Graduate Student Study Center

  • Terrell Library 4/35, open during library hours
  • Accessible with your Cougar Card
  • Computers, printing, tables and chairs for meetings, white boards, and a wall-mounted TV for practicing presentations

Family, Community & Civic Organizations

Community Action Center

A multi-service nonprofit charity working to empower people and communities to be self-sustaining.

Follow Community Action Center on Facebook.

Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse

Provides 24-hour emergency and supportive services to family and sexual violence victims, and their survivors and children. It is also an outreach and education program focused on increasing understanding, awareness, and prevention of family and sexual violence. Follow ATVP on Facebook

Jewish Young Adults of the Palouse

The Jewish Young Adults of the Palouse is a burgeoning community that welcomes Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s interested in Jewish tradition, holidays and celebrations, tikkun olam (improving the world), socializing with other Jewish young adults on campus and beyond, and more. Check out the Jewish Young Adults of the Palouse group on Facebook.

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Palouse Cares

Fund-raising and food drives for the local community. Learn more about volunteering through the Palouse Cares Facebook Page.

Rotary Club

Promoting high ethical standards in professional life through service and volunteering. Find out more at