A supportive parent-student relationship is associated with higher achievement in the classroom and better odds of enrolling in college, and the crux of this relationship is the home life. Whether your student is moving out of your household or a WSU dorm, it’s reassuring to know they’ll continue to feel supported in their new off campus apartments in Pullman, WA. The Retreat at Pullman offers cottage-style apartments in a student-focused community where residents have the support they need to feel empowered and encouraged with academics and social living.
The Retreat at Pullman strives to give parents peace of mind by providing students with furnished cottages. Most Pullman apartments come unfurnished, but our student housing community offers spacious, brand new living spaces with multiple floor plans — including two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom apartments, four-bedroom apartments, five-bedroom apartments, and six-bedroom apartments — complete with modern apartment features; stylish bedroom and living room furniture; and brand-new, full-size appliances.
College presents students with many opportunities for achievement, from passing classes to earning a degree. But one feat all students should strive to achieve is a healthy work-life balance. We offer a variety of student living amenities, including a swimming pool, fitness center, computer lounge, coffee bar, and study rooms, to help residents find their perfect balance of living and learning. Contact us today for more information about the available amenities in our student community or to schedule a property tour.
Our student community provides Washington State University students with convenient apartments near WSU, located just minutes from the heart of campus as well as the benefits of independent, off campus living. Our property location is just a short drive or bus ride away from campus and downtown Pullman and offers residents the opportunity to discover all of the facets of our vibrant city.
Not all housing contracts have equally flexible terms. The vast majority of Pullman, WA, apartments use a traditional contract in which roommates sign the same document and make payments together each month. The problem with these contracts is they create additional financial liability by making students responsible for their roommates’ actions. With individual housing contracts, however, each roommate signs a separate contract for their bedroom, so there’s no unnecessary financial liability for residents or their cosigners.
It’s a regular habit for parents to monitor their students’ friends. But once students begin college, parents also worry about who their students live with. You’re not alone in having that concern, as students themselves also want to live with friends or like-minded people who are easy to get along with. Our WSU off campus apartments offer free roommate-matching services that pair students based on their individual lifestyle preferences, hobbies, interests, class schedules, and other specific characteristics.