Walsh University Residence Life
Your Home Away From Home
Did you know that students who live on campus typically earn a higher GPA and are more likely to have a happier university experience than those who commute? At Walsh University, our residence halls are designed to keep students connected to campus and provide an enjoyable university experience. Convenience, comfort, and safety are hallmarks of our residence areas.
Walsh University offers many different housing options to accommodate students. Each facility offers its own unique living environment and amenities including computer labs, vending machines, laundry facilities, study areas, and TV lounges. Each room has high-speed internet connectivity, phone and voicemail service, and includes a basic extended cable package at no additional cost to the standard housing charge.
Do you want to know more about Residence Life at Walsh University? Would you like to schedule a personal tour? Contact TK Kinnard-Payton at (330) 490-7538.
Residence Life is committed to cultivating a values-based, living-learning experience grounded in the mission of Walsh University. We focus on the holistic development of our students, supporting their academic achievement, campus involvement and personal development. We strive to create residential living that promotes community, faith, acceptance, respect, and responsibility.
OUR CORE VALUES:
We believe in fostering residential communities that uphold the mission and values of Walsh University and provide opportunities for student learning and personal growth.
We believe in the importance of helping our residents develop roots in their faith, compassion in their hearts, and servant leadership in their daily lives.
We believe in creating a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive environment that celebrates the unique qualities of each community member and focuses on education and awareness.
We believe in strengthening and unifying our communities by ensuring that all members are treated with dignity, fairness, and respect.
We believe in educating and developing members of our community to be critical thinkers, responsible decision makers, and demonstrate personal accountability.
Lori Cook - Class of 2019
Major: Professional Education and English
Being at Walsh is like a ripple effect. You are interested in one activity on campus and then it leads to another club, and another position, and as the ripples go out, doors open. If you ask one question, people are there with an answer. People will go above and beyond what you are looking for. I have encountered many ripple effects while at Walsh, but one of the biggest ones was becoming a Resident Assistant. As I met people within Student Affairs through Residence Life, I applied for a summer job with Student Affairs and found a whole new world of education that I did not know existed.