Not Your Typical Business School.

Walsh is more than a business school. We’re an accelerator. A think tank.
An incubator for ideas. We’re the fuel you need to take that next step.
Where leaders are made and where barriers are broken.

Since 1922, Walsh has combined theory and application to prepare students for successful careers. With each of our internationally and nationally ranked business and technology bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, you’ll learn from proven business minds who have been there and done that. 

This is where the future is made. Your future.

Accreditation Matters

Walsh is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) www.hlcommission.org, and has received specialized accreditation for select business degree programs by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs  (ACBSP) www.acbsp.org

ACBSP accreditation focuses on the quality of instruction and the development of practical skills that employers want. Walsh’s accreditation aligns with our mission to integrate theory and application to prepare graduates for successful careers.
Visit the accreditation web page for a list of programs that are accredited by the ACBSP.

In 2020, Walsh earned a full 10-year reaffirmation of accreditation from The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) with no requirement for interim monitoring or reporting.


Walsh has been granted the legal authority to operate as a private, not-for-profit institution by the State of Michigan, Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity to grant bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees and certificate programs. 

 Complaint Process

Consumer Information

The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires consumer information be made available on the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) College Navigator website.

The University & College Accountability Network (U-CAN) is a consumer information tool available to prospective students and parents. Visit: https://ucan-network.org/.

Honor Code

The Walsh academic community will maintain the highest ethical standards in our quest for academic excellence. We will not lie, cheat, steal, or claim credit for the ideas and work of others. We commit to respecting the intellectual property of others and will always acknowledge the authorship of intellectual property in all forms.

Right to Know

In compliance with the Department of Education's Student Right-to-Know Act, Walsh, along with other colleges and universities receiving Federal Title IV funds, are required to report various points of information to students, employees, and prospective students. Walsh has chosen to utilize its Web site for this purpose. You will find links to information concerning Walsh, including pertinent information regarding selected Walsh policies and procedures, campus security and drug-free atmosphere. More detailed information on programs, policies and procedures is contained in the Walsh Catalog, which is also online. Recent policy updates are noted in the registration materials which are published four times per year.

The Walsh faculty, administration and staff are here to help you achieve your academic and career goals. Let us know if there are ways we can serve you better.

Professional Licensure Disclosure

The state professional licensure boards in each state are responsible for establishing the requirements for licensure for their state.  Students contemplating the pursuit of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) credential should contact the relevant Board in the U.S. state/territory from where they intend to obtain their license for the most up-to-date information. The Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Science in Accountancy at Walsh College have been designed to help students meet the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam and licensure requirements in the State of Michigan. Please be advised that State Board of Accountancy regulations and policies can change without notice and Walsh College cannot and does not make any representation, warranty, or guarantee that the successful completion of these programs will permit a student to sit for the exam and/or obtain the CPA license. No statement made at any time by any member of the Walsh faculty or any other representative of Walsh shall be deemed to be such a representation, warranty, or guarantee.


National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements


Walsh is a member of the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) https://nc-sara.org and participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).  SARA is “an agreement among member states that establishes comparable national standards for interstate offerings of postsecondary distance education courses and programs”. 

Students whose complaints are not otherwise resolved through Walsh’s informal and formal complaint process, may file a complaint with the appropriate agency in the student’s state of residence at https://www.nc-sara.org/state-portal-entity-contacts.  Students should follow the SARA Complaint Process at https://www.nc-sara.org/student-complaints-process.  SARA does not resolve complaints about student grades or student conduct violations. 

Michigan residents may file a complaint file with the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity at:

201 N. Washington Square, 3rd Floor
Lansing, MI 48913

Walsh students residing in California that wish to make a complaint may do so with the State of California Department for Consumers Affairs at https://www.dca.ca.gov.