Your guide to Summer and Fall quarters during COVID-19
Spokane is the vibrant metropolitan center of our region — a hub for culture and business. We offer city living without the hassle of congested traffic and high rent, and we're close to nature and outdoor activities. Our two main campuses are on each side of Spokane, and further south we offer programs in the friendly college town of Pullman.
Spokane is a smaller city with a wide range of affordable housing options. It is more economical to live in Spokane than in Seattle or Portland, at a cost of about $18,000 per school year for tuition, books and housing.
The Spokane community and our colleges welcome international students, and value the ideas and culture they bring to our community. We have many international churches, clubs and activities.
Our colleges are located close to downtown with easy bus transportation to housing, entertainment and recreation. Spokane also is a great place to bicycle and walk. The Spokane International Airport has direct flights to more than 15 cities.
Experience all four seasons with beautiful snow in the winter, amazing fall colors in autumn and sunshine-filled days in the spring and summer. Enjoy over 260 sunny days each calendar year.
Learn more about Spokane at Spokane's official travel website.
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