Housing & Student Life Don't just learn here, live here!

Student Life & Housing

A place to call home. Don't just learn here, live here!

Down by the River

Life is pretty good in the Tri-Cities.We average 300 days of sunshine every year. We’ve got three rivers that join up around us, which lets us put those 300 days of sun to good use. Water sports not your thing? That’s OK, we have golf courses, a booming wine industry, bike and running paths throughout the community (one along our own campus), and miles of beautiful sagebrush-covered hills just begging to be scaled.Of course, we also have a pretty good music and nightlife scene. You can bet there’s something going on every weekend. Curious? Check out Atomictown to see what’s going on tonight, tomorrow, and beyond.If you’re wanting more of the big city vibe without the big city living cost, you’re only a 3.5 hour drive away from Seattle and Portland. For the smaller big city vibe, Spokane is a little over two hours away. Want something a little more quaint? Ellensburg is two hours to the west, and Walla Walla is an hour to the east. Just pick a direction and you’re bound to find something to fit your weekend adventure needs, perfect on any budget.

Student Life

Activities & Organizations

Interested in getting involved? Of course you are! Clubs, entertainment boards, cultural events, intramural sports — you want it, we’ve got it. We’ve also got a list of what’s happening around town.

Campus Leadership & Service

Maybe you don’t want to be just involved, maybe you want to lead. If that’s the case, check out our leadership and service opportunities.

Housing

A block of apartments is being established specifically for Washington State University Tri-Cities students, allowing you to have roommates, form study groups, build strong friendships, and live independently. The rental lease is through The Timbers Apartments, with an on-site Resident Assistant who coordinates fun activities and supportive programs. Learn more about our off-campus housing arrangements coming in Fall 2014.