Transfer

Transfer to Walsh As a transfer student, you’ve worked hard and now it’s time to take your education to the next level. At Walsh, you can transfer up to 91 credits. Meet with a Walsh advisor at a Transfer Day or attend an admission event virtually or in person to learn more about transfer credits…

Tax Continuing Education Program

Walsh Tax Continuing Education Program Walsh has been preparing master’s level tax professionals since 1974 and we know how to deliver an engaging, high-quality learning experience that will add practical knowledge and applicable skills to your toolbox. Walsh Tax Continuing Education (CE) courses offer high-quality curriculum taught by accounting and tax faculty with years of…

High School Opportunities

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES GRADUATE DEGREES EVENTS APPLY FOR ADMISSION High School Opportunities Preparing you for success is at the core of a Walsh education. It’s where academic excellence, career building and a 96.7% employment rate come together to move your future forward. Whether you prefer a small classroom environment or an online learning experience – or…

Walsh Students Gain Valuable Hands-On Experiences Remotely

Walsh Students Gain Valuable Hands-On Experiences Remotely Students taking courses remotely may not step foot in a traditional classroom, but they still have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience, develop critical thinking skills, and prepare for an evolving workforce. Many courses and programs at Walsh use interactive, virtual activities and online simulations for students to…

Terms of Use

Public Website Terms of Use The following terms apply only to use of the public website by persons that are not students or employees of the College.  Use by such parties is governed by the applicable provisions of the Walsh College Catalog (www.walshcollege.edu/catalog) and the Walsh College Employee Handbook.   Limited License. Subject to these terms…

Walsh College Leadership

Leadership at Walsh Quick Links > Board of Trustees > Foundation Board of Directors > Officers Teresa Esshaki, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Thomas Petz, MSIA, CISSP, Vice President, Chief Information and Marketing Officer Dave Schippers, Sc.D., CISSP, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/Academic Dean Suzanne Siegle, Ed.D., J.D., Interim President, Chief Executive…

History of Walsh College

The History of Walsh College 1922 Mervyn Walsh leaves his job as Thomas Edison’s accountant to buy a franchise to teach the Pace Method of Accounting. He opens the Walsh Institute in Detroit’s Capitol Theater on September 18. Twenty-three students enroll. Tuition is $60 a semester. 1928 Enrollment reaches 286 students. Seven graduates organize the…

Student Financial Responsibility

Student Financial Responsibility When registered for any class or receiving any service from Walsh, a student accepts full responsibility to pay all tuition, fees and other associated costs assessed as a result of the registration and/or receipt of services. Prior to registration, students are required to accept the terms as defined in the financial responsibility agreement.…

Satisfactory Academic Progress

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) It is the policy of the Financial Aid Office of Walsh to provide financial assistance to students who remain in good academic standing and making satisfactory academic progress (SAP) toward their degree while receiving financial aid. Walsh’s SAP policy applies to all students, those receiving federal and/or state financial aid as…