The ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure time, while addressing workplace stress and building relationships with co-workers.
PRH provides health education programs and services to increase knowledge and awareness of the mental, spiritual, and emotional aspects of health.
Classes and events can include:
- Caregiver Support Groups
- Lupus Fibro Education and Support Groups
- Community Grief Support
- Parkinson’s TeleHealth Support Groups
- Diabetes Education and Support Groups
- Prostate Cancer Education and Support Groups
- Dementia Education Series
- Breast Cancer Support Groups
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research.
A self-service solution which grants faculty and staff access to local caregivers. The membership to Bright Horizons is fully paid for by WSU. Employees are responsible for making all arrangements including selecting providers and the cost of care.
Circles of Caring Adult Day Health is a unique day-use program that provides a safe, caring, and nurturing atmosphere for adults and elders. We provide a wide range of services specialized to assist out participants with their medical, social, and family needs, while improving or maintaining their physical, social, and cognitive functioning. Adult Day Health staff provide a loving and welcoming environment that participants enjoy returning to again and again.
The Zipcar car-sharing program lets you reserve and rent a car for as little as an hour to run errands or a few days for a weekend trip with friends. Zipcars are parked on the Pullman campus for checkout by university students, faculty and staff. You must be a licensed driver and at least 18 years old to rent a Zipcar.
WSU Zimride helps you offer or request rides online for commutes, road trips, and popular events.
WSU coordinates van pools from Palouse, Colfax, Colton, Uniontown, and the Lewiston/Clarkston Valley. Park and Ride lots let you park free during the day and ride the Pullman Transit bus to campus.
Busses and Shuttle Vans
- Around town and around campus: Pullman Transit buses are free for students, staff, and faculty. Just flash your Cougar Card to ride to nearby neighborhoods and your most frequented places on and off campus. The Pullman Transit bus locator maps the location of buses in real time, so you can determine how close the next bus is to your location.
- To the airport: Wheatland Express offers for-fee shuttle service to Spokane International Airport.
- To Seattle and Spokane: Wheatland Express also runs buses to and from Seattle during Thanksgiving, winter, and spring breaks.
The campus’ forward-thinking bike-sharing program lets students, faculty, and staff borrow bikes (and helmets) for a day for free.
Women’s Transit is a safety service for WSU students and the Pullman community, provided by the WSU Coalition for Women Students and supported by the WSU Women’s Resource Center, the CougParents program, and the WSU Center for Civic Engagement. We offer free rides almost anywhere within the Pullman city limits and walking escorts on the WSU campus. We also provide valuable volunteer opportunities to nearly 200 students each semester.
WSU supports the Emergency Ride Home program. This program provides assurance of a ride in an emergency for those who use alternative commute methods.