Academic Advisors

New students will work with their Admissions Advisor to register for their first semester. Once a student has registered for their first semester they will be assigned an academic advisor.

Academic advisors provide support and services to assist Walsh students in achieving their goals. Each program has dedicated advisors who specialize in your area of interest. We are here to help and want you to succeed! It is highly recommended you meet with your academic advisor during your first semester.

Who Is My Advisor

Your academic advisor can be found in Navigate. Click here to log into Navigate. Your academic advisor will be listed under Resources > People.

Disability and Accessibility Support Services

Notifying Walsh that you have a disability is optional and confidential. Students must provide Walsh with medical or diagnostic documentation that confirms a recognized impairment and recommendations for the specific accommodations needed. The Disability and Accessibility Support Services Information packet outlines the required documentation that must be provided by students requesting accommodations. After submission of medical or diagnostic documentation, the Disability and Accessibility Support Services team will review and provide a copy of reasonable accommodations to student’s faculty. 

Accommodations will be effective as soon as possible once all documentation is received by our team and notification has been provided to faculty upon review of the Disability and Accessibility Support Services Packet and submission of the Accommodation Notification and Student Consent Form and Documentation Verification Form.

To learn more about accommodations, please view the Student Accommodations Resource.

Tutoring Services

Walsh takes a very supportive position in assisting students and offers tutoring services for selected courses each semester.  If you are having problems in a particular class or not getting the grade you want, be sure to take advantage of Walsh tutoring program.  Group, individual and online tutoring are available for a minimal cost.  In addition, Walsh offers assistance in communications, statistics and quantitative methods courses through our Pearson Student Success Labs. Accounting review sessions are also available. The Pearson Student Success Labs and the Accounting Review Sessions are offered at no cost.  Learn more.

Accounting Assessment

Applicants for the Master of Science in Accountancy with a bachelor’s degree in accounting that is over five years old may take the accounting assessment to determine appropriate course exclusions and/or placement in the Master of Science in Accountancy (MAC) programs.

Please click below for specific topics, practice examination and procedures: 

Accounting Assessment 1 Principles of Financial Accounting (ACC 500)
60 minutes
Accounting Assessment 2 Intermediate Accounting 1 (ACC 501)
75 minutes
Accounting Assessment 3 Intermediate Accounting 2 (ACC 502)
120 minutes
Accounting Assessment 4  ​Masters of Accountancy
120 minutes

Accounting Assessment Scheduling

Accounting placement exams may be taken at the Troy Testing Center or Macomb University Center locations. Below is contact information for each of these locations. Accounting Placement Exams may be taken in Troy anytime during the hours listed on the Troy Testing Center website.