Walsh Science Center Amphitheater


The William F. Walsh building was dedicated in 2008 as a way to improve education in the sciences at St. Bonaventure University. William F. Walsh, a 1934 graduate of St. Bonaventure, became the mayor of Syracuse in the 1960s, and served three terms in Congress in the 1970s.

Layout Capacity

Auditorium available to accommodate up to 159 guests:

  • Auditorium or theater style
  • Lecture style
  • Tiered seating


Venue Features:

    • Wireless and high speed Internet access
    • Complete menu of audio visual & technology resources
    • AV – LCD Mounted Projector
    • AV – Phone
    • AV – Screen
    • AV – Sound System
    • AV – Sympodiums
    • Board – Whiteboard,
    • Computer – PC
    • Furniture – Fixed seating chairs
    • Air conditioning
    • Natural light and dimming lights



Flexible menus & on-site catering available.


The William F. Walsh Science Center is located at the Northeast end of campus and is just steps from the John J. Murphy Professional Building and De La Roche Hall.

Additional Building Spaces

Various classroom spaces may be available when classes are not in session.