Walsh Ranks Sixth in Michigan with Highest-paid Grads

Whether you’re thinking of enrolling or in the middle of your academic program, chances are you’ve pondered an important question. Did I chose the right college? Will it pay off in the long run?

The U.S. Department of Education collected earnings data of the average student’s salary 10 years after enrolling, taking into account annual tuition fees and the percent of students who are earning more than $25,000, and ranked Walsh No. 6 on the list of the top 30 Michigan colleges ranked.

Walsh’s average annual earnings 10 years after enrollment is $57,800, with an annual tuition fee of $13,200. Taking those numbers into consideration, Walsh’s ROI (return on investment) is one of the best of the top-ranked colleges.

So Walsh students, let this be a confirmation that it will pay off. Keep up the hard work.

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