Menard Hall was Walsh University's first residence hall facility; built in 1966, it was named after Brother Patrick Menard.
Consisting of first, second, and third year traditional-aged college students, Menard Hall provides daily interaction with students with varied college experience. This hall is also home to our Pre-Nursing Living-Learning Community.
Entry into Menard Hall is gained by a secure card swipe using your student ID. Only students living in your building are able to enter, while any guests must be escorted within yourresidence hall at all times.
Number of Occupants per Room: 2-3
Each room Includes:
- Built-in closets
- Loftable beds
- Standard twin mattresses
- Two 4-drawer dressers
- Two desks
- Built-in 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 Menard Hall Floor Plan.
Each room is ready for your personal touch! Furniture can be arranged however you choose. Try it out here: Arrange Your Menard Hall Room.
Private bathroom: Yes. (Shared between two rooms.)
Co-ed: Yes. Single-gender by floor.
Meal Plan: Full meal plan required.
Alcohol Permitted: No
Students living in Menard Hall will also enjoy:
- High-speed internet with Wi-Fi
- House phones at each main entrance
- Quiet Study Rooms
- Computer Lab
- Community Laundry Room
- Ice and Vending Machines
Campus life is a unique part of your college experience! Living in a residence hall offers students the opportunity to develop life skills and create life-long friends and memories. Still not sure if Menard Hall is the residence hall for you? Take a tour.
Menard Hall is represented by “C” on this Walsh University Campus Map.