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Completed in 1959, contains 12 furnished apartments. It was the last of five residence halls built for married students with no children.
The building is named for Michael Walsh of Nome, a member of the university board of regents from 1943 to 1959. In 1955, Walsh was one of 55 delegates who wrote the draft of Alaska's constitution. The university conferred an honorary doctor of laws degree upon Michael Walsh in 1958.
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One, Two and Three Bedroom Units Available.
> One Bedroom
470 square feet
What’s in my unit?
Apartment features and amenities.
> Arm Chair
> Queen Size Bed
> Desk and Chair
> End Table
> Dining Table with 4 Chair
Are pets or service animals allowed?
Pets are welcome in campus employee, faculty and graduate residence facilities in compliance with policies and procedures established by Residence Life. Appropriate fees and deposits will be applicable. Service and Assistance Animal Policy ensures that reasonable accommodations will provided for those require them. PLEASE NOTE: Service Animal Policy is currently under review and will be available soon.