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I Would like to see more diversity on campus, and more student involvement with programs and clubs. The food is not the best but there are tons of restaurants and nearby food spots to check out.
The school is great place to learn and and tutorial are free. The people need work on how to approach diversity students. The goal is to always make everyone feel welcome. Many of the teacher always help to make sure every students are understand each meaning of something. The community is nice, but very different. The WiFi is terrible. The school always have money to make a new building for classes,but never have money to make the WiFi better. The food is good. Many people complain, but I live in a house that sometime you luck to find peanut butter; just peanut butter in the house. I’m not complaining about Walsh food it wonderful at least the workers provide us something well done to eat. The campus is great place to workout and study.
Walsh is amazing. The facility is huge and the faculty are very understanding. There is a low students to teacher ratio so you get all the attention you need.
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I have been to Walsh for 2 over night stays it was very nice i loved the staff and they helped me and my friends out and the students were nice they showed us around and let us stay with them and just did different things with us to make us feel comfortable and at home Walsh is My Dream School
~Jorden McCoy
The professors and faculty are really involved in your success both in their class and in the future. Professors are very willing to help if you ask. Faculty want to make sure you are happy and healthy on the campus, and are willing to listen to and help you if you have comments or concerns.
When I first started college, I started off at Kent Stark. It was not the best experience. Once I started going to Walsh it was was completely different. The tuition is more expensive I understand but it is worth the extra money. They help any student that needs it. I was surprised at how involved the students are on campus and how everyone generally gets along. Some of the best teachers I have ever met are at walsh.
I really enjoy the small size of the campus and population. One down side is that there is not much to do in the area so weekends can be pretty boring. But as long as you got a group of friends you’ll have a good time.
Walsh University is the perfect school for someone who is self motivated in regards to getting involved and looking to connect with staff and professors. I would highly recommend if interested in playing a sport in college. Walsh is a relatively small school, with excellent professors and kind and students from all walks of life. Furthermore, if you are looking to continue your journey to faith, Walsh University is perfect for you.
The small class sizes were great. Most of the professors truly cared about their students. Location was safe and near things to do. Tuition is high.
Walsh University creates a safe a educating environment for its students. The staff and faculty care about the well being of the individual. At Walsh, you are not just another number.
It feels like home. As a small University, it is just the right size that allows you to get to know (almsot) everyone. You have the chance to get to know your professors and make many life long connections with them.
My experience at Walsh University was amazing. The atmosphere is very comfortable and relaxing; however, it's very motivating and great.
After completing my first semester at Walsh, I can give it a solid 5 star. I truly enjoyed my experience. I. love my sports team, and the small class sizes are amazing. The party scene is not terrible, you can always find something to do. The people at Walsh is what makes it such a great experience.
I just finished my first semester there as a freshman and I have already meet some great people. I have made friends that I will keep for the rest of my life! The teachers are very willing to help you if you are struggling or if you need some help choosing a career. The teachers will sit down with you and help go through all of your options. Walsh overall has a great support system and will help you with any situation that you might get into!
When went to transfer took almost a semester to get my out of the system. I would recommend the school but not if you plan to transfer.
I am going into my second year at Walsh University. I love the campus and the people. The small class sizes make it easier to make the transition from highschool to college and if you put forth a little effort you will be able to use your professors as references later on. Choosing Walsh University was the best decision for both my academic and athletic career.
Walsh is a college where the professors are truly invested in their students and in helping them to reach their full potential. They challenge the students to serve locally and beyond and to think critically.
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I was a poor kid going to a rich college and I never felt left out. It was such a valuable experience for me. I learned so much and since graduation have gotten a great job and am doing very well. I loved being there and made great friends that I will have the rest of my life.
At first I saw an email inviting me to explore college options on Walsh university. I gathered my stuff and applied to Walsh. Very soon i was admitted and earned a partial scholarship, Since then i seriously started to explore that college and It's really an awesome place to go for a highly qualified education, not to mention a better location that fits the interactive studying environment. I can't wait to attend by fall, as soon as I get a fund for my education.
Honestly, I was not impressed with Walsh and transferred to a different college. If you are Catholic or an athlete, you will love this school. I am neither, so scholarships are pretty much impossible to get. I am a 4.0 student and I did volunteer work and other activities, but because I am not an athlete or Catholic, scholarships were not in my favor. Also, I was a commuter student and found it difficult to find much to do on campus. When there were events, they always scheduled them at the same time of day, so if you have a class during 12:30-1:30, you were out of luck. Academically, professors were pretty good (some better than others) but nothing super spectacular that made it worth my money. If I am paying this much for a school, I better be getting good academics and feeling included on campus. I never truly felt happy here, but I know some people love this campus and it's their home.Honestly, this campus may serve you well, but for me I have been much happier since transferring.
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