What are the classrooms like at Walsh University?
Walsh University is made up of 24 major buildings on a 136-acre campus. Nine buildings provide apartment-style as well as suite-style housing to Walsh resident students. The campus has undergone a sweeping transformation in recent years, as we have completed construction on the Timken Natural Sciences Center, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel, the Barrette Business and Community Center, several residence halls, and numerous other projects. Walsh is anticipating the completion of an addition to its Physical Education Center, which will house basketball courts and a running track, among other features. Classrooms at Walsh accommodate a small number of students, leading to an environment very conducive to learning. Many classes are equipped with televisions, projectors, and hanging screens, which allow for Power Point presentations and showing of videos.