Last Updated 7/29/20 - 3 PM

COVID-19 Information and Updates

We commend the resilience and flexibility of our students, faculty and staff as we all adapt to a very changed world.

The health of our students, faculty and staff is our number one priority. We are actively monitoring CDC guidelines and this evolving situation. We will provide regular updates as they develop.

Please be safe – and prudent. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Walsh buildings are currently closed.

CARES Act Information is available here

Zoom Access

All students have a Zoom account. Your Zoom account gives you access to:

  • Faculty consultations
  • Academic and admissions advising
  • Financial aid
  • Career services
  • Free tutoring
  • Student Life virtual events
  • Study groups

If you need assistance with your Zoom account please contact helpdesk@walshcollege.edu.

Fall Semester 2020

Walsh’s fall semester will be focused on flexibility. Students will have the choice to attend classes on ground, online, or a hybrid option combining online and on-ground attendance. On-ground classes will be moved into larger spaces to ensure proper social distancing.

Academic and student services will continue to be offered virtually, with in-person access available by appointment. Student Life meetings and events will continue with options for students to participate in person with limited available reservations and unlimited virtual access.

Food service will be unavailable and community and corporate event rentals will remain on hold.

Current students can download the Navigate App for easy access to reminders, appointments, study buddies, and additional resources.

For the most current information, please sign up for text notifications from Walsh


Walsh is accepting applications for fall and future semesters and we are excited to offer all of our classes through flexible attendance options. Contact the Admissions team with any questions at admissions@walshcollege.edu.

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What You Can Do

You can assist in prevention efforts by following CDC guidelines

  • Avoids touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wash your hands often and with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
  • Follow Michigan's stay-at-home mandate.