WSU Special Events Hotel
Available spring 2016 for WSU Mom's Weekend and Commencement, Thursday night through Monday morning, minimum 2-night stay required.
Reserve Your Room!
Clicking the button below will take you to our secure reservation system. For each reservation enter the dates you want to stay with us and the number of rooms you would like to reserve.
Per night (per room)
Breakfast, parking permit and SRC Pass NOT included
**Pricing does not include applicable taxes.
The following event periods are available for room reservation:
WSU Mom's Weekend, April 7-10 - SOLD OUT
WSU Spring Commencement, May 5-8 – SOLD OUT
There is not a waiting list if the hotel is sold out for a weekend, but you can continue to check back for availability due to cancellation.
Hotel Reservation Questions
Phone: 509-335-7732, extension #4
Accommodations in the WSU Special Events Hotel are located in McEachern Hall. Each room includes one single twin bed (with linens), desk and chair, closet, mini-fridge, and sink. Towels are also provided but a towel from home may be a bit more luxurious. Toiletries are not provided. Bathrooms are semi-private, with two rooms sharing a bathroom between them with locks that prevent the guest sharing the bathroom from entering while you are using the bathroom. There are no ADA accessible facilities at this location. If you would like to reserve both rooms that share a bathroom between them, please reference the McEachern Hall floor plan. Since rooms are sold individually, another guest sharing the semi-private bathroom could be of the opposite gender.
There is no telephone service available in the rooms but there is a phone available in the lobby area. Internet is provided via one ethernet port in each room.
A kitchen and laundry are available for guest use on the 2nd floor of the building, 207-208. The kitchen is equipped with a stove, oven, and microwave; please bring your own cooking supplies. Ice and vending are not available on site.
If you are planning to visit during the warmer days, we recommend bringing a personal fan, as the building does not have air conditioning.
Check-in begins at 3pm.
Please check-in with the McEachern Hall desk staff when you arrive. You will receive your keys, and stay information at that time. Keys can only be signed for by individuals 18 years or older. printable map
The lobby and desk are open Thursdays: 8am-7pm, Fridays: 8am-10pm, Saturdays: 10am-7pm, and Sundays: 10am-7pm.
Please try to arrive when the lobby is open. If you arrive when the desk is closed, please call the posted on-call number at the door.
Address: 1500 SE Olympia Ave, Pullman, WA 99163
Check-out is at 11am.
Please check-out prior to 11am on the day of your departure. Keys need to be turned into the McEachern front desk at check-out.
A full refund will be issued for cancellations made at least 7 days prior to the first day of the reservation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org regarding your cancellation.
The nearest dining facility is Southside Cafe. Menu and Hours of Operation are available on the Dining Services website.
The nearest convenience store is Flix Cafe and Market. Menu and Hours of Operation are available on the Dining Services website.
Parking permits are required at all times on the WSU campus.
For home football game weekends, please go online to purchase and print a general parking permit for the game. Transportation services has agreed to honor these permits in the Blue Parking lot near McEachern, off of Forest Way, for Friday-Sunday for Hotel patrons. (Designated GP1 on the Game Day parking map.)
If you are unable to take care of this ahead of time, please stop by the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center on the corner of Main and Spring Street during their operating hours. The Visitor Center staff will be glad to issue your parking permit, give directions and provide you with WSU event information. For Visitor Center hours call 509-335-INFO(4636), email email@example.com or check their website at http://visitor.wsu.edu. You can also stop by the Transportation Services office during operating hours.
Campus Parking Map
Only wired internet access is available in the WSU Special Events Hotel. Please bring your own ethernet cord to connect.
Alcoholic beverages may not be possessed and/or consumed by minors. Consumption of alcoholic beverages may only occur by those aged 21 or over in the privacy of their own room or in the room of another legally aged guest, behind closed doors. Guests who drink illegally and behave irresponsibly may find the police are called. Individual guests are held accountable for the actions of all their guests. Open containers of alcoholic beverages are not allowed in any public areas including lobbies, lounges, hallways, stairways, elevators, laundry rooms, study rooms, and restrooms. Bulk alcohol, including "spodies," "party balls," and/or "kegs" in any form or container, is not allowed.
Computer or Network Use
A high-speed Internet connection is available in all rooms. Guests making use of this service must comply with the terms of the Network Service Agreement, as it now exists or as it may be amended from time to time. The Network Service Agreement can be found at http://housing.wsu.edu/network/. Inappropriate use of computers on the WSU network can result in the loss of network privileges.
The following UL-approved electrical appliances are individually authorized for use in residence
hall rooms: blenders; clocks; coffee pots; personal computers, printers, scanners, and related equipment for personal use; DVDs and VCRs; electric blankets or pads; electric toothbrushes; fans; hair dryers and curlers; hot air popcorn poppers; hot pots; humidifiers; irons; radios; rice cookers; sewing machines; shavers; stereos, iPods, MP3s and video game systems; study lamps; small refrigerators and TV sets.
Extension cords must have three wires, three prongs and at least 16 gauge wire. A multiple outlet strip can be safely used if it meets following specifications: minimum of 16 gauge wire, groundwire with an extra prong on the plug (3 wires, 3 prongs), and contains a built-in circuit breaker. Persons bringing electrically operated equipment also have the responsibility of protecting such equipment from damage as a result of possible power surges or variations.
Any explosives, including but not limited to, primers, powder, dynamite caps, firecrackers, and pyrotechnics, as well as ammunition and dangerous chemicals, are prohibited in the residence halls. Toy guns and "assassin" games, the purpose of which is to simulate killing others, are prohibited.
Fire and Safety
Compliance with residence hall fire and safety standards is required. All residence hall rooms are subject to national, state, and Washington State University fire codes and standards. Failure to comply with safety standards may result in legal action. Property damage and personal injury resulting from a guest’s noncompliance with fire and safety standards may result in personal liability for damages and injuries. Removal of batteries from smoke detectors is prohibited.
Health and Safety
Any activity deemed to be a threat to the health and safety of students is strictly prohibited. Prohibited activities include, but are not limited to, hanging or sitting outside of residence hall windows, climbing the exterior of University buildings, throwing items out of a window, etc.
All room and outside door keys are the property of WSU Housing Services. Room and outside door keys must be returned upon checkout of the room. Use of room or outdoor keys by any person other than the individual to whom the key is checked out is prohibited. Unauthorized keys obtained from a source other than Residence Life and Housing Services are not acceptable. Information regarding persons believed to be or have been in possession of, or to have engaged in the unauthorized use of, keys for any University building will be forwarded to the WSU Police Department. At checkout, guests who do not turn in keys will be subject to a $60 fee for a room lock change and a $20 fee for the replacement of the outside door key.
Marijuana and other controlled substances
The use, possession, manufacture, or distribution of marijuana and other controlled substances anywhere on campus is prohibited by federal law
Medical marijuana use is also prohibited on campus, including in campus housing. All questions regarding the reasonable accommodation of medical conditions, including conditions treated with medical marijuana, should be directed to the Access Center at 509-335-3417.
Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Bicycles
Motorcycles, mopeds, and other gasoline-powered machines, including gas, may not be taken into the residence hall at any time. Any gas-powered vehicle or fuel found in a residence hall will be removed. The owner will be assessed a removal charge. WSU Housing Services accepts no responsibility or liability for damage done during removal or storage. Bicycles may be parked either in bicycle racks or in rooms. Bicycles parked in or near any other part of the residence hall may be removed without notice.
Due to Washington Administrative Codes, as well as health and sanitation issues and the possibility of other guests' allergic reaction, pets are not permitted to be kept, fed, or harbored in the residence halls. Trained guide dog or service animals are the only exception to this policy.
Washington State University reserves the right to make periodic room inspections. Authorized staff may exercise the contractual right to enter a guest's room. Rooms may be entered under the following conditions:
1. To provide room maintenance inspection, repair service, or fire/life/health safety inspection and protection.
2. For emergency situations that require entering the student room.
3. To maintain an environment that facilitates the scholarship of other guests (e.g., unattended stereo, alarm clock, telephone, etc.).
4. To provide for sanitation as needed.
When conditions permit, guests will be given advanced notice of planned staff entry dates and times. A guest's failure to follow applicable fire/ life/health/safety directives may result in legal action. Other guests will not be permitted entry to a guest's room unless the guest is present and gives his or her consent.
The authorized Washington State University staff members who may enter a guest’s room are administrative staff members, Residence Life paraprofessionals, and maintenance, custodial, and inspection personnel.
A university official may not consent to a search of a guest's room by the police or other government officials. However, WSU may permit a search pursuant to a warrant or where warrantless entry is lawful.
The maintenance of a safe and secure residence hall environment is everyone's responsibility. To this end, the admittance of unauthorized persons to residence halls is prohibited. Guests should always lock their room doors to ensure personal safety and security of their property. For emergency situations requiring police, medical or firefight response, call 9-1-1. For non-emergency assistance, call the WSU Police Department at 335-8548.
Selling and Solicitations
Door to door selling and soliciting is not permitted in the residence halls.
Smoking is prohibited in residence halls. Smokers must smoke outside of their residence hall and at least 25 feet from entrances, exits, windows that open, and ventilation intakes that serve an enclosed area where smoking is prohibited. Smokers must comply with SPPM 70.12 and RCW 70.160.
Weapons, Ammunition, and Pyrotechnics
Weapons, ammunition, or pyrotechnics of any kind including air guns, knives, lasers, Tasers, fireworks, shotguns, rifles, pistols, pellet guns, stun guns, paintball guns, slingshots, crossbows, bows and arrows, or martial arts tools may not be stored or used in the residence halls. Any weapons or ammunition must be stored with the WSU Police.
Web Cameras, Camera Phones and Video Recording Devices
Any unauthorized use of technology and/or electronic devices to make a video, audio, or photographic recording of any student in the residence halls without his/her prior knowledge or without his/her effective consent is prohibited. Violations of this provision will be reported to the WSU Police Department and the Office of Student Conduct.
For reasons of health and safety, nothing is to be thrown or hung out of any residence hall window. Outside wires for Internet connections, radios and television sets are not allowed. Individuals are not allowed to lean out of windows or sit on windowsills or remove screens. Speaking or yelling out of windows for the purpose of communicating to others is prohibited. Such behavior may result in conduct action against those involved and those responsible for the room in question.