We appreciate your interest in a career with Washington State University’s Division of Student Affairs.
The Division of Student Affairs plays a pivotal role in creating a welcoming and inclusive campus community for students. We create the programs, services, and spaces that empower students to find success at and after WSU. Learn more about our major initiatives.
In building your career with us, you will find meaningful and challenging work and many opportunities to lead, innovate, and have a lasting positive impact on students’ experience.
WSU also offers employees a comprehensive benefits package as well as professional development. Learn more about these benefits.
As a world-class research institution, WSU serves students throughout the state and around the world. Our largest campus is located in Pullman, Washington. In total, 20,976 students are enrolled at WSU Pullman, 30% of which are multicultural. Students represent 48 states and 106 countries.
WSU Pullman also supports a robust campus community:
- 84% of new first-year students live on campus
- We offer 27 on-campus residence halls and apartments
- We offer 66 national fraternity and sorority chapters
- WSU is among the top 32 universities nationally for policies supportive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students (Campus Pride Index, 2019)
City of Pullman
The city of Pullman is located in a region of eastern Washington known as the Palouse. The Palouse, which also extends into northern Idaho, is a scenic area known for its rolling hills of wheat fields and panoramic views.
With 34,000 residents, Pullman offers a blend of small-town living and the community, cultural, and professional opportunities that WSU and surrounding businesses provide. Idaho’s flagship research university, the University of Idaho, is also located just 10 miles east in the city of Moscow.
There's a lot to love about living in Pullman. Find more information on:
- Pullman schools and community
- Our local career landscape
- Healthy living
- Entertainment and arts
- Palouse resources (including childcare and assisted living)