Built in 2000, Meier hall was made possible by the generosity of William C. & Jennifer Meier.
Meier Hall provides apartment-style living combined with the convenience of living on campus. Each suite houses 5 students, all of whom will receive a key to the apartment as well as a key to their separate bedroom.
Eligibility to live in Brauchler Hall is determined by completed credit hours, number of semesters on campus, GPA. Students must also demonstrate the necessary maturity and responsibility.
Meier Hall residents are provided with a key to the apartment as well as a separate key to their own bedroom.
- 1,200 Square feet
- 3 Single bedrooms
- 1 Double bedroom
- 2 Full bathrooms
- Living room
- Laundry room
Kitchens are fully-equipped with:
All bedrooms contain:
- Standard full mattress (single rooms)
- Standard twin mattress (double room)
- 4-drawer dressers
Meal plan: Limited or Full
Alcohol Permitted: Yes, if students are 21 or over.
Living on campus is an important part of any college experience. Meier Hall gives students the opportunity to develop life skills and life-long friends! Located in the West Quad, Meier Hall is represented by “G” on the Walsh University Campus Map.