Walsh University Graduate Catalog 2013-2014
Walsh University offers its residents the opportunity for a rich experience in group living as it strives to provide an atmosphere conducive to learning. To be eligible for campus residence, students must be full-time and in good academic and judicial standing with the University. Summer housing is also available.
Policies and procedures are designed to give students freedom for growth and self-discipline; at the same time, the policies help to ensure the environment needed for study and respect for other members of the community.
All full-time, traditional-aged students are required to live in University housing. Students apply for housing by completing a housing application, contract and medical history form; and submitting a $200 housing deposit. Full-time students who are over 23, married or have dependent child(ren) living with them, have lived in a group living environment for eight semesters (excluding summer semesters), live at home with parents or legal guardians within a 50-mile range from Walsh, have been discharged from the armed forces, or have special needs, may request exemption from the on-campus living requirement. All exemptions must be approved in advance by the Housing Review Board. Further information about on-campus living is found in the student handbook.
Menard Hall (1996) is a four-story residence hall providing comfortable accommodations for about 240 students. Freshman and sophomore student rooms are designed for double-occupancy, and each two-room suite includes a private bathroom with shower. Fully carpeted, the rooms have twin, loftable beds as well as desks, chairs, dressers, sinks, and closets. Menard Hall also features a fitness center, computer lab, common areas and laundry facility.
Betzler Tower (2006), located in Menard Hall, offers single rooms, double rooms, and suite style accommodations for upperclass students. Each room is equipped with twin sized loftable beds, dressers, desk, private bathroom and shower, a refrigerator, and a microwave.
Alexis Hall (1968) is a three-story residence hall providing comfortable accommodations for about 200 students. This Freshman building features double-occupancy rooms. Each two-room suite includes a private bathroom and shower. Fully carpeted, the rooms have twin, loftable beds as well as desk, chairs, dressers, sinks, and closets. It also features a computer lab, a common area, and a laundry facility.
As many as three students may occupy one double-occupancy room in either Alexis or Menard due to fluctuations in enrollment. Triples are usually a temporary situation with a discount in cost provided.
Lemmon Hall (1995) offers apartment-style suites, complete with kitchenettes. A classroom, community room, computer lab and laundry facilities are located on the first floor.
Brauchler (1999), Meier (2000) and Stein (2002) Halls offer apartment style living with a focus on privacy. Each 1,200 square-foot apartment comes with a full kitchen, washer and dryer, three single bedrooms and one double bedroom, and two bathrooms.
The Marie and Ervin Wilkof Towers (2004) offers single-room, double-room, and suite style accommodations for 140 students. Each room is equipped with twin size loftable beds, dressers, desk, a private bathroom and shower, a refrigerator, and a microwave. A computer lab and laundry machines are also located in this facility.
Olivieri Family Towers (2007) offers single-room, double-room, and suite style accommodations for 155 students. Each room is equipped with twin, loftable beds, dressers, desk, desk chair, a private bathroom and shower, a refrigerator, and a microwave.
"The Commons" (2012) offers apartment-style suites, complete with kitchenettes. The facility features two classrooms, a computer lab, quiet study rooms and laundry facilities.
All first-year, traditional-aged students are required to live in Alexis or Menard Halls, both of which are single gender, alcohol-free, and smoke-free environments. Each living environment is staffed by an undergraduate Resident Assistant. Hall Directors supervise each living area under the supervision of the Chief Housing Officer.
If space permits, private rooms are available in each hall at an additional cost per semester.