Walsh College


The Testing Center provides a professional and secure environment for test administration for Walsh College students and members of the community. We adhere to nationally recognized standards and guidelines and promote honesty, integrity, and fairness in all procedures.


The Testing Center is located on the south side of the newly renovated Troy Campus, across from the Cafeteria. 

Helpful Links

Schedule a Troy Campus Testing Center Appointment
CLA+ Testing Information

Testing Center Information for: Walsh Students
Testing Center Information for: Walsh Instructors
Testing Center Information for: Non-Walsh Exams

Testing Center Information for Accommodated Students
Novi Campus Information

Testing Guidelines

The following rules apply to all students who utilize the Troy Campus Testing Center for test taking.

  • All students must schedule an appointment
  • Students must present valid photo identification. Tests will not be administered without proper identification. Acceptable forms of identification include:
    • Government issued photo ID such as a driver's license, state ID or current passport
    • Walsh student or staff photo ID
  • Students must sign the Testing Center Policies and Procedures form.
  • Only items designated by the instructor or Coordinator of the Testing Center will be permitted in the testing area.
  • All personal items (including cell phones, electronic devices and smart watches) not required for testing must be stored in the lockers or baskets provided.
  • All tests must be completed within the allocated examination time and 10 minutes before the Testing Center closes.

Testing Center Hours

New Testing Center Standard Hours - Effective 9/27/17

 Day Standard Hours 
 Monday  11AM-9PM
 Tuesday  11AM-9PM
 Wednesday  11AM-9PM
 Thursday  11AM-9PM
 Friday  CLOSED
 Saturday  9AM-2PM
 Sunday CLOSED 

The Fall 2017 semester runs 9/27/17 - 12/16/17.

Contact Us


248-823-1692 (Phone)

248-689-0920 (Fax)

The Walsh College Testing Center subscribes to the National College Testing Association (NCTA) Professional Standards and Guidelines and participates in the Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC).

Professional StandardsCCTC Participant

Student education records are protected under the Family Educational Rights Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Test scores are student education records; therefore, cannot be released to a third party without written authorization from the student.