Review of Washington State University

Rating: StarStarStarStarStar_gray By: Mari Christen D., Student Posted: September 29, 2010

My review

The Good:

The way the community of Pullman supports the school and its students. Since the town of Pullman is actually a pretty small town, the college makes up pretty large portion of the community and non students and nonstudent families are really there for the students at the school. Also class sizes are actually pretty reasonable for a state school, and even in big classes teachers really want to get to know their students.

The Bad:

The town of Pullman is small and the biggest town nearby is Moscow, ID although it too is pretty small, and Spokane is an hour and half away. So there isn't much to do, so if Pullman is considered a party school its because there isn't much else to do on the weekends.

Would I do it again?

Yes, I feel that I am getting a great education and they have the program I want, plus the other students here are very supportive and the professors are great.

About this school

Biggest influence when choosing this school Program/Major

The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.

Professors are generally Experts

The night life is Epic

Every student at this school needs Boots for walking in the snow, snow and ice on the hills get treacherous during winter

Most students spend their Saturday nights Most at parties, often drinking

About the reviewer

Went to Todd Beamer High School

Currently a Junior

Favorite class is Human Development 482

Favorite professor is Paul Menke

Favorite activity is Going to the gorgeous rec center to work out

Another awesome thing is Personally I love the snow, the campus looks beautiful in the winter

Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Get good grades and a good SAT score, admission is based on the grid

I wish I knew How little there was to do on the weekends besides party

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