Our Facilities

Williamson Hall

Overlooking downtown Youngstown, Williamson Hall is home to the Williamson College of Business Administration, serving as the southern gateway to the YSU campus and providing state-of-the-art classrooms, student facilities and conference space.

One of the newest buildings on campus, Williamson moved into its 110,000 square-foot, $34.3 million space in fall 2010. The college's home is a LEED-certified, contemporary facility that encompasses a full city block.


Williamson Hall features include:

  • 15 technology-enhanced classrooms
  • Eight study lounges
  • 200-seat auditorium
  • Four-room conference center
  • Two computer labs
  • Financial Services Lab
  • Professional Sales and Business Communication Lab
  • Student Entrepreneurship Incubator
  • Sky-lit atrium
  • Cafe

WCBA Conference Center

Our modern facilities offer a high-end setting for conferences, seminars, board meetings and executive planning sessions, with four conference rooms that seat anywhere from 24 to 152 guests.

All rooms in the WCBA Conference Center contain state-of-the-art technology, including computer, Blu-ray, video conferencing and Internet capabilities; podium; microphone; and ceiling-mounted video projection system. Flip charts and easels are available upon request, and food and beverages can also be ordered.

Our experienced staff will ensure that your event is a success. We offer the assistance of a conference center manager to help with all aspects of your program, and each conference room can be configured to your group's specifications.



Bliss Hall, the home of our Communication Studies, Journalism and Telecommunication Studies majors, includes a full television studio, classroom, audio production facilities, faculty offices, and student group work spaces.


The first floor of Meshel Hall houses our high-tech classrooms, podcasting studio, and a student computer lab

The PAYIAVLAS CLASSROOM IN THE DON CONSTANTINI MULTIMEDIA CENTER opened in 2019. The new multimedia center is located at YSU’s Stambaugh Stadium. The facility serves as a production space for sports broadcasts on ESPN3 and classroom space for the Telecommunication Studies and Sports Broadcasting programs