Walailak University provides teaching support, classrooms, and an atmosphere that is conducive to teaching and learning.
Walailak Park is located at the entrance road to the university which is opposite to the hospital medical center, Walailak University with a total area of 255 rai, divided into 130 rai of water and 125 rai of land. Within Walailak Park, it will be featured at the Golden Manora courtyard. There is a water terrace for visitors to sit, relax, feed the fish and watch the sunset over the mountain, which is a more beautiful view in the background.
Walailak University provides 15 dormitories for students with 5,500 beds. They were divided into the following types of dormitories: - standard dormitory, superior, standard room for 4 people, shared bathroom. There are 2 male dormitories and 8 female dormitories, which are dormitories for students in every year. Dormitory fee/person/region equals 2,700 baht while deluxe air-conditioned dormitory, air-conditioned room for 2 people, bathroom inside the room, 1 male dormitory, 1 female dormitory, 4,500 baht per person/region fee, monthly electricity fee according to actual use. Air-conditioned dormitory suite, air-conditioned room for 4 people, bathroom in the room, 1 female dormitory, dormitory fee / person / region 4,800 baht, monthly electricity fee according to actual use. Premium air-conditioned dormitory resident, air-conditioned room for 1 and 2 people, bathroom inside the room, 1 male dormitory, 1 female dormitory, room rate /month 5,000 baht (in the case of sharing 2 people, pay 2,500 baht per person). Monthly electricity bill according to actual use.
Sports stadium, physical education buildings and activities promoting sports and health are supervised and serviced by Sports and Health Promotion Department. They consists of tennis courts, swimming pools, sports buildings - physical education buildings, indoor sports building, golf driving range, fitness center, badminton court, etc.
Center for Library and Education Media
Library resources that are available: 1. Printed materials such as textbooks, general books, non-fiction book, reference books, short stories, novels, annual reports, research reports, thesis, pamphlets, and serial publications such as journals, magazines, and newspapers 2. Audio and visual materials, including video recording tapes, audio recording tapes, diskettes, CD-ROM discs, etc. 3. Electronic media, including 3.1 The library resource database is a bibliographic database of resource entries. Information available in the library searching information from a computer called Online Public Access Catalog or OPAC, which is a database created by the library itself. 3.2 Online Databases is a database that the private sector distributes information services to libraries or commercial databases. 3.3 Electronic books (eBooks) are books or electronic documents stored in the database, so that readers can read through a computer or portable electronic devices.