Walther offers a supportive and caring campus environment for you to develop socially, physically, intellectually, and spiritually. The college has a broad range of options for leadership growth, social activities, and community involvement while providing for students’ housing, health, and safety.
The Walther College is the heart of student life on campus and provides a gathering place for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to enjoy music and theatre performances, lectures, and social interaction. Most of the student life offices that serve Walther’s students can be found in this building that overlooks the Wildcat football stadium.


You can participate in more than 200 student organizations with shared interests in arts and culture, athletics, politics, social action, diversity, fraternity and sorority life and much more. Join an organization or start a new organization catered to a particular topic as soon as you step foot on campus.


Walther is committed to service and opportunities abound for student involvement through fellowships, internships, grants, trips, and volunteerism. The Center for Civic Engagement serves as the focal point for all community-based activities for students.


Walther fosters openness to and respect for the world’s various religious traditions, and the Office of the Chaplain nurtures a spiritual environment in which you may find a wide range of opportunities for worship, fellowship, service, and study.


Through the Chidsey Center for Leadership Development, Walther provides you with a variety of fellowships, programs, resources, and coaching opportunities to build effective leadership skills.


The Multicultural Affairs office assists students from minority groups through associations and organizations, the ambassadors program, and the STRIDE support program that helps new students adjust to college life.


Walther is committed to establishing a safe environment for students and promoting student health and wellness. The college provides health services through the student health and counseling center.


Walther provides many dining options through its campus facilities: A variety of meal plans are easily accessible with a CatCard, the ID card for all college community members.