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When registering for classes, students are entering into a financial obligation, which includes non-refundable fees. Students with a past due balance will not be permitted to register for classes or receive a diploma, certificate, and/or academic transcript. Click here for important dates.
 
Students may make full payment of tuition and fees after registration or utilize one of the following payment methods.  Students using financial aid or any other form of tuition assistance are responsible to ensure that all required paperwork is submitted by the appropriate due date.

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Credit/Debit Card, Check, or Cash

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Employer Voucher

Submit employer voucher to the Business Office.

Voucher must be submitted to the Business Office by the first payment date. Any balance not covered by the voucher is due by the second payment date.

Financial Aid

Complete and file all necessary paperwork to receive financial aid.

Any balance not covered by financial aid is due by the second payment date. 

GI Bill Education Benefits

Complete and file all necessary paperwork to receive GI Bill Education benefits.

Chapter of eligibility will determine how tuition and fees are to be paid to the College.

MET Contact MET and ask them to notify the College of your available funds. MET should notify the College before the first payment due date.


Deferred Payment Plan
Students who do not make full payment of tuition and fees after registration may pay off their account in two equal installments. If the balance is not paid in full by the full tuition due date, students will be placed on the Deferred Payment Plan automatically and charged the $20 non-refundable fee. Students are responsible for making payments by the due dates.

Payments that arrive after the due date or partial payments will be assessed a $20 non-refundable late fee.

For questions on the deferred payment plan, call the Business Office at (248) 823-1620.

Qualified Employer or Third Party Voucher
This option is available to students whose employer or other third party pays the College directly for tuition and/or fees. The payment of tuition must not be dependent on grades. Only official employer vouchers or purchase orders will be accepted. Applications for vouchers will not be accepted. Direct billing of all third parties will take place after the add/drop period. Vouchers can only be accepted until the first payment due date. If vouchers are received after this date, deferred payment and/or late fees will apply.

Submitting an employer or third party voucher does not release a student's liability of tuition and fees. Students are responsible for any balance their voucher may not cover or if their employer fails to pay Walsh College.

For voucher questions, call the Business Office at (248) 823-1620.

Financial Aid/Scholarship
Students must complete and file all necessary paperwork to receive financial aid (including scholarships, grants, and loans). Please click here for financial aid information.

Financial aid/scholarship payments will be applied to your tuition account after the add/drop period. Financial aid recipients are permitted to charge books to their account until the drop/add period is over. The bookstore will have a list of all eligible students. If financial aid exceeds the tuition and fees charges, a refund will be issued where appropriate. Refund checks are issued weekly.

If a balance remains on a student's account after financial aid is applied, payment is due in full by the last deferred payment date. Click here for payment dates.
 
For financial aid questions, call the Financial Aid Office at (248) 823-1665.

GI Bill Education Benefits
Students must complete and file all necessary paperwork to receive GI Bill Education Benefits. Please click here for more information. Chapter of eligibility will determine how tuition and fees are to be paid to the College.

For eligibility questions, call the Records and Registration Office at (248) 823-1660.

MET
Students that have a MET account set up with the State of Michigan need to inform the MET office that they will be attending Walsh College. The MET office will submit the appropriate paperwork to Wash College indicating the balance in your MET account.

For questions on MET, call the Business Office at (248) 823-1620.

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Meet with an advisor, have your transcripts evaluated, apply and register for classes.
Call 1-800-WALSH-01 or email admissions@walshcollege.edu

Walsh College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.ncahlc.org; phone: 312-263-0456). Specific degree programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP, www.acbsp.org) and the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE, www.iacbe.org).

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