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A Message from the Editor

Walsh pride is everywhere.  Literally.  It follows you everywhere you go:  workplace, school, sporting events, and trips.  Here are a few examples of how you can show off your school spirit!

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Sincerely,

Jessica Knapik, MSM '04
Database Analyst, Records & Registration

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Life Savers by Jessica Knapik
 

News

Troy Road Construction (Adams, Big Beaver, Livernois Roads as of 10/20)
Troy Renovation Update (as of 10/28/14)
Department Relocation 
New Business Office Hours & DropBox
Academic Dates            
Direct Deposit
Scholarship Opportunity:  FINCAD Women in Finance
Scholarship Opportunity:  Michigan Council of Women in Technology
Student Satisfaction Survey       

 

Events

Student ID Photos
Mark Solomon Tax Symposium
Cedar Point Trip Hosted by ISO
Philantrophy in Business
Tutors Needed:  Blackwell Institute
Walshpreneur
Macomb County Chamber - Coffee Connection Hosted by Walsh College

 

Student/Alumni/Networking Organization Meetings

Accounting & Taxation Student Organization (ATSO)
American Marketing Association (AMA)
Finance & Economics Club (FEC)
Finance & Economics Club Analytics
Inforum
International Student Organization (ISO)
Investment Club
MBA Association (WCMBA)
Open Source
Student Government
Student Veteran Organization (WCSVO)
Toastmasters
Veteran Room

 

Featured Story by Jessica Knapik

I'm all for making life easier.  It saves time, money, and effort.

Direct Deposit

This is a life saver.  Physical paychecks are becoming a thing of the past.  Today many businesses electronically transmit their payroll to bank accounts.  There is no need to stop at the bank, cash a check, or make a deposit.

Refund Checks

If you receive refund checks from Walsh, I'd suggest you sign up for Direct Deposit.  Setting it up is easy and only takes a few minutes.  Disbursements are sent to that account within 3-5 business days.  Confirmation will be sent to your Walsh e-mail.  For details, contact the Business Office 248-823-1620.

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News

Troy Road Construction (Adams, Big Beaver, Crooks, Livernois Roads as of 10/20)

Adams Road is closed at Big Beaver as the Adams/Big Beaver intersection is reconstructed. Traffic on Big Beaver will be reduced down to one lane in each direction. Following the intersection work, Big Beaver from Adams to I-75 will be worked on. It is expected to be completed by mid-November.

Crooks Road has lane closures from Wattles to Square Lake.  It is expected to be completed by late October.

Beginning October 13, Livernois will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Starting October 17, Livernois will be closed to through traffic between Big Beaver and Wattles. Closure will be from Town Center Drive to the Community Center. It is expected to be completed by end of October. Here are two alternative route options:

  1. Wattles to Livernois.
  2. Take Big Beaver to northbound Civic Center Drive. Turn right (east) on Town Center Drive and turn left (north) on Livernois.

Also, the I-75 NB ramp is closed through October 25.

For updates visit www.troyroadsrock.com. 


Troy Renovation Update (as of 10/6/14)

Construction has started! Portions of the Troy campus is closed during the renovation and accessing certain areas has changed. For continuous construction updates visit www.walshcollege.edu/TroyRenovation.

  • The temporary entrance for Student Services is in the hallway near Bookstore, which is just past the Blackstone LaunchPad offices.
  • The temporary access to the faculty offices and computer labs is the door just past Student Services.
  • Skylight lounge and nearby hallway is CLOSED.
  • Restrooms near classrooms 114/115 and the boardroom are CLOSED.
  • Livernois (west) entrance door is CLOSED.
  • Both hallways on either side of classrooms 114 and 115 will remain OPEN.


 

Department Relocation (as of September 29)

Due to the renovation, Troy campus student services and other departments have been temporarily relocated.  Phone numbers and mailing addresses for all personnel remain the same.  Relocated departments include: 

Department New Location
Admissions & Advising  Former space of Division of Online Learning
Business Office Receptionist desk
Career Services Former space of Division of Online Learning
Development* Offsite location 
Division of Online Learning* Offsite location 
Financial Aid Former space of Division of Online Learning
Human Resources* Offsite location 
IT Helpdesk Library 
Marketing* Offsite location 
President's Office* Offsite location 
Records & Registration Former space of Division of Online Learning
Testing Center Room 106 

*Note:  If you need to meet with a staff member from one of these departments, please call to set up an appointment at the Troy campus. 


New Business Office Hours & Drop Box

Office Hours

The business office has recently changed their operating hours.

Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.  closed 1-2 p.m. 
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. closed 1-2 p.m. 

Drop Box

A drop box has been added to the Frankel Lobby at the Troy campus.  It is located on the sidewall to the left of the Business Office window.  Please only drop off check payments and correspondence in this box. 

Note:  Cash and documents with credit card numbers will not be accepted.  To make credit card payments after hours, use WebAdvisor and click "Pay on My Account."

Questions?  Contact Business Office 248-823-1620.


Fall Dates

Withdrawal period:  October 8-November 18
Second deferred payment due/full tuition due for FA recipients:  October 30*
Holiday recess (no classes):  November 26-30
Finals:  December 8-13

*Note:  We encourage you to make payments online via WebAdvisor.

Winter Dates

Winter graduation application deadline:  November 1
Priority registration:  November 24-30
Regular registration:  December 1-January 13
Semester begins:  January 7


Direct Deposit

Are you tired of having to go to the bank and cash your refund checks?  Consider using direct deposit instead.  It is now available and easy to set up.  Click here for details.

Questions?  Contact the Business Office at 248-823-1620.


Scholarship Opportunity: FINCAD Women in Finance

This scholarship is open to women of any age and citizenship who are studying Finance in a graduate-level program.  Deadline:  February 27, 2015. 


Scholarship Opportunity: Michigan Council of Women in Technology

The MCWT Foundation is offering a variety of scholarships for the 2015-16 academic year.  They are offering two scholarships: one for a undergraduate and one for a graduate student who will be enrolled full time for the 2015-16 academic year.  Deadline:  January 30, 2015.


Student Satisfaction Survey

Walsh conducts an annual survey using a national online instrument through Noel-Levitz, a leading education firm.  Your satisfaction is important to us and we'd like to hear your feedback.  The survey is distributed to all current students, excluding those in their first semester.

Questions?  E-mail marketing@walshcollege.edu

Events

Student ID Photos

Thursday, November 6 & December 4
Troy Records Office and Novi/UC administrative offices
5 - 6 p.m.
Details

Questions? Contact Jessica Knapik at 248-823-1381.


Mark Solomon Tax Symposium

Thursday, October 30
Troy Campus
Presenter Details

The symposium will feature papers that focus on current issues on taxation which challenge traditional thinking, introduce provocative ideas, and present divergent sides of an issue.   More information on tickets will be forthcoming.


Cedar Point Trip hosted by ISO

Sunday, November 2
$50
Departure from Troy campus 9:30 a.m.
Register

Make the last bit of fall count!  Everyone is welcome to attend and carpooling from Troy campus will be available.


Philanthropy in Business

Sorry this event has been cancelled.


Tutors Needed:  Blackwell Institute

Friday, November 7 & Wednesday, November 19
Blackwell Institute
9330 Shoemaker
Detroit, Mich.
9:30-10:45 a.m.
Register

The connection initially started in December 2008 by collecting 21 boxes of supplies for a classroom. Since then it has grown with a tutoring program with the second grade classes, special visits at the school, field trips to the Troy campus, and more. Volunteers work with the students in small groups or individually with students. Carpooling is available.

Questions?  Contact Jessica Knapik


Macomb County Chamber - Coffee Connection hosted by Walsh College

Wednesday, November 12
UC Campus
8-9:30 a.m.
Registration required

Walsh students and alumni are welcome! Join Walsh College and Macomb County Chamber members for a free coffee connection networking event at the Macomb UC on November 12. Attendees will meet Macomb county business owners and business professionals and have an opportunity to introduce yourself to the group. Attendees will also have the chance to meet Walsh representatives including Karen Mahaffy, Director, University Centers and Academic Liaison and Brenda Meller, Assistant Vice President of Marketing.


Walshpreneur

Monday, November 17
Troy campus
5-7:30 p.m.
Details | Register 

Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week with us. Join Walsh College President Stephanie Bergeron and the Blackstone LaunchPad team at the 4th Annual Walshpreneur Fair. Meet some of our budding Blackstone LaunchPad entrepreneurs. Enjoy food, fun and an engaging presentation by Paul Glantz, Founder and Chairman of Emagine Entertainment, Inc. along with a panel discussion with our Blackstone LaunchPad members about what it’s really like to start a business.

Questions? Contact Diane Fisher

Student/Alumni Organization Meetings

Accounting & Taxation Student Organization (ATSO)

ATSO encourages accounting and tax students to volunteer their time to various non-profit activities and efforts. Activities focus on the use of accounting and business expertise. Open to all Walsh students.

2nd Friday each month
Troy Campus, Room 199
6-7 p.m.
Details


American Marketing Association (AMA)

The Walsh College American Marketing Association (AMA) was founded in the fall of 2013 by students who are passionate about marketing. We are a fully chartered affiliate of the AMA Detroit. As a team, we develop personal and professional skills that will lead to a dynamic and impactful career in marketing.

1st and 3rd Saturday of the month
Troy Campus, Room 102
1:30-3 p.m
Details


Finance & Economics Club

Discuss future events, community involvement, future firm visits, and networking events.

1st Tuesday of each month
Troy Campus, Cafeteria (March, June, September and December at Novi Campus)
6-7:30 p.m.
Details

Questions? Contact Greg Todd or Scott Wyckoff


Finance & Economics Club Analytics

This group meets to forecast and predict economic development and growth.

3rd Saturday of each month
Troy Campus
10 a.m.-Noon
Details

Questions? Contact Greg Todd or Scott Wyckoff


Inforum

Michigan’s largest professional organization for women invites you to network over coffee. Available to working professionals, workers in transition, students, and alumni.

2nd Thursday of each month
Troy Campus
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Details | Register

3rd Wednesday of each month
Novi Campus
8 - 9 a.m.
Details | Register


International Student Organization (ISO)

Learn from your fellow students. Experience a diversified atmosphere. Grow friendships and enhance personal development through cultural and social activities and collaboration with the surrounding community. All are welcome.

1st Wednesday each month
Troy Campus, Room 115
4:30 p.m.
Details

Questions? Contact the ISO


Investment Club

Provide hands-on educational experience in investment management, and to allow students and alumni to develop their teamwork, communication, presentation, and analytical skills to gain superior knowledge in the investment management industry.

1st and 3rd Monday each month
Troy Campus, Finance Lab
6-8 p.m.
Details


MBA Association (WCMA)

Enhances core skills as well as the personal and professional experiences of the MBA student body beyond the classroom. The experiences, knowledge, and social skills acquired will position graduate students a step ahead in the business world as they seek continued career advancement. This organization will provide a conduit for the dissemination of information and support among its members.

1st Friday each month
Troy Campus, Cafeteria
5:30 p.m.
Details


Open Source

The purpose of this community is to share and educate people within the group on all facets of web development tools and techniques, as well as initiate and publich open source web-based software projects. Open to the public.  (Meetings will not take place in July and August.)

Saturday, September 13
Troy Campus, Room 199
10 a.m.-Noon
Details


Student Government

The Walsh College Student Government Association represents the interests of the student body through active and open involvement with students, student organizations, faculty, and administrators.

2nd Thursday each month
Troy Campus, Room 201
5 p.m.

Questions? Contact Maggie Katz at 248-823-1289


Student Veteran Organization (WCSVO)

Offers a sense of community and networking for veterans and the surrounding community. The WCSVO represents the views of student veterans to the College and explores the population's needs in order to implement needed programs.

3rd Tuesday of month
Troy Campus, Cafeteria (during semester break, held that Tuesday at 6 p.m. Troy VFW)
5-6 p.m.

Questions? Contact Lauren Mileto at 248-823-1210


Toastmasters

Toastmasters is an international organization focused on improving communication and leadership skills, Toastmasters provides education programs and resources to each of its members. Beginners and experienced speakers are welcome to join.

2nd and 4th Monday each month
Troy Campus
8 - 9:45 a.m.
DetailsRegister

1st and 3rd Friday each month
Novi Campus
Noon - 1 p.m. (arrive by 11:45 a.m.)
Details | Register


Veteran Room

Veterans, service members, and their families and friends are welcome to visit, study, and relax.  The Veteran Room is currently suspended.  Future dates are yet to be determined during the Troy campus construction.

Questions? Contact Lauren Mileto at 248-823-1210