Guest House building

Housing

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We have created a specific agreement with the Guest House at PNNL to create Living Learning Communities (LLCs) for students who would like to live with other WSU students. We will also have on-campus housing options in the near future.

If you have questions about housing contact us at housing@tricity.wsu.edu or 509-372-7300.

Discover The Guest House

The Guest House is located less than two miles away from Washington State University Tri-Cities campus.

WSU Tri-Cities is striving to maximize student living by offering Living Learning Communities (LLCs) in which students can build relationships with others who share the same interests as themselves. At the Guest House, WSU Tri-Cities wants to combine students’ academic interests and objectives with their living arrangements.

Students with common academic aspirations will live in the same suite, developing personal and professional relationships with both students and faculty in their specific field of study. The LLCs include the Chancellor’s Scholars Program, the Viticulture & Enology Community, the STEM Community, and the Service & Leadership Community.

Washington State University Tri-Cities is dedicated to creating a dynamic student experience by providing an outlet for students to make connections with others who have common interests. Being part of a community means sharing the same values or interests as others within the community. During college, students should become active citizens, get involved and contribute to something larger than themselves. Living-Learning Communities (LLCs) at Washington State University Tri-Cities will bridge students’ academic interests and goals with their living community at the Guest House.

Students with common academic interests will live together in the same Guest House suite and develop personal and academic relationships with other students and faculty from a specific field of study. Students will participate in out of the classroom activities that support their academic interests. Two of the LLCs will be focused on a scholars program and a general service and leadership interest instead of a specific academic discipline.

LLCs complement students’ classroom experience by providing enriched lifelong learning opportunities. Through formal and informal activities, students’ connection with faculty results in greater understanding of their academic pursuit, affirmation of career choice, and enhanced preparedness for a career path.

Current Living Learning Communities (LLCs)

  • Chancellor’s Scholars Program Community
  • Viticulture and Enology Community
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Community
  • Service and Leadership Community

The Living Learning Communities in the Guest House at PNNL offer a variety of amenities to make you feel at home. Amenities include:

  • High-speed computer access/wireless internet
  • Two living areas including TVs with DVD and DIRECTV service
  • Light housekeeping in the common areas once a week
  • Fully furnished with linens
  • Kitchen with cookware, dishes, and utensils (microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher included)
  • Private telephone lines directly to your room
  • Private bathroom in each individual room
  • Private study area in each individual room
  • Onsite laundry facilities
  • Vending machines include beverage, food, and long distance calling cards
  • Exercise room
  • 24-hour security on property
  • Access to landscaped courtyards with tables and benches
  • Public transportation located by Guest House that travels to campus

There are currently a limited number of spots available for WSU Tri-Cities students. Applications are reviewed on a first come, first served basis.

  • New students from out of area have first priority
  • New students (freshman and transfer) have second priority
  • Any additional rooms will be offered to current WSU Tri-Cities students

During the application process, please be sure to review the living and learning communities and be prepared to preference each one in the application.

The priority application date was May 12, but it’s not too late to get on the wait list for next fall housing.

Pricing:
$7,400 for the academic year (August – May)

Pricing breakdown:
$600/month paid to the Guest House
$1,000/semester paid for the programming fee to WSU Tri-Cities

The cost of living at the Guest House covers furnishings, utilities, water, cable, internet, sewer and light housekeeping once a week.

Layout:
The Guest House individual room layout.
Bedroom Dimensions: 13’x14′
Total of 182 square feet

Guest House Room Layout


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