Built in 1968, Alexis Hall was named after Brother Alexis Guilbaut.
An all-Freshman residence hall, Alexis Hall is the perfect residence hall for first year students who wish to be with peers of their own age and college experience.
All Walsh residence halls, including Alexis Hall, are accessed by secure swipe entry. Only students living in the building will be able to access the front doors with their student ID card. Non-residents, including guests, are required to be escorted at all times within the building by the student host.
Number of Occupants per Room: 2-3
- Built-in closets
- Bunkable/loftable beds
- Standard twin mattresses
- Two 4-drawer dressers
- Two desks
- Vertical window blinds
**Conveniences such as a microwave and mini-fridge must be provided by you and your roommates.
Layout: All rooms are 19' x 9' x 9'. View the Alexis Hall Floor Plan.
Each room is ready for your personal touch! Furniture can be arranged however you choose. Try it out here: Arrange Your Alexis Hall Room.
Private bathroom: Yes (Shared between two rooms.)
Co-ed: No. Male and Female residents are separated by wing or floor.
Meal Plan: Full meal plan required.
Alcohol Permitted: No
Students living in Alexis Hall will also enjoy:
- High-speed internet with Wi-Fi
- House phones at each main entrance
- Quiet Study Areas
- Computer Lab
- Community Laundry Room
- Ice and Vending Machines
Alexis Hall is located in the West Quad, represented by “A” on this Walsh University Campus Map.