Getting to Campus
Nestled in the hills of the Palouse region, Pullman is 300 miles East of the Pacific Ocean and 150 miles south of the Canadian border. When looking on a U.S. map, Pullman can be found in the center of the Pacific Northwest region which is made up of the 4 connecting states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
Interstate 90 is the major east-west highway connecting the Northwest with the central and eastern regions of the country, which runs through Spokane, Washington, located just 76 miles north of Pullman. U.S. 95 is the major north-south route in the Palouse, which passes through Pullman, Washington’s neighboring city, Moscow, Idaho, located just 6 miles across the Washington-Idaho state border.
Find out the best way to get to the Pullman campus. Use Google Maps to find a route to the Pullman WSU campus from your home town or visit the WSU Visitor Center for directions coming from Seattle, Tacoma, Tri-Cities, Walla Walla, Missoula, Boise, and Portland/Vancouver.