In an effort to meet the needs of our students, Walsh University provides several housing options. Click on a residence hall from the list at the bottom of the page for a detailed description of the facility and accommodations.

Benefits of Living on Campus

  • Increases familiarity with campus
  • Provides experience in group living with other students of varied cultural and economic backgrounds
  • The Residence Life Professional staff and Resident Assistant staff live on campus and are trained to provide the best possible resources to aid students throughout their on-campus experience
  • Increases opportunities for involvement in campus organizations, activities and hall programs
  • Students develop integrity, self-discipline and self-understanding through group living

Residence Hall Amenities

Custodial Services

The University provides custodial service in each of the residence halls. The housekeeping staff will empty trash and replenish toilet paper every other week in each residence hall (excluding Brauchler, Meir, and Stein). Hallways and lounges are cleaned on a daily basis.


Each residence hall room is equipped with internet ports as well as wireless capabilities. Residential students are required to have updated anti-virus software installed when using the University network. Any questions regarding information technology can be answered by the Information Systems Help Desk at 330-490-4537.

Laundry Facilities

Each residence hall has laundry facilities open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Laundry costs are included in the price of tuition.


Campus Police, staffed by members of the local Canton and North Canton Police Departments, utilize community policing techniques by making their presence known both on-campus and in the residence halls. Campus Police also provides escort services after hours for students walking from classes or from parking lots to their residence hall rooms. The Campus Police office is located in the Betzler Tower. For more information, call 330.490.7474.


Unlike many colleges, Walsh University allows first-year students to park a vehicle on-campus. All students must purchase a parking permit and visibly display the permit on their windshield. Students living on campus are required to park in the designated residential student lot located directly behind the residence halls. Handicapped parking is available in each university lot.