Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
At Walsh University a first year applicant is a student who is a current high school senior or a student who has earned a high school diploma or GED. November 15th is a priority application deadline for scholarships for the following fall term. 98% of students receive some form of scholarship or financial aid. Requirements: Submit an application Official high school transcripts Test Scores: ACT, SAT, CLT or apply through Walsh's Test Optional Policy: www.walsh.edu/test-optional
A transfer student is one who has previously attended another college or university and has attempted nine or more credit hours. Requirements: Submit an application Official final high school transcripts Official transcripts from all colleges and universities or professional schools previously attended
Discover the Walsh Advantage
With nearly 100 undergraduate majors and minors, you’ll find your academic niche at Walsh University. Honored as a National College of Distinction for seven consecutive years, Walsh is recognized as an excellent university that prepares students like you for their careers through hands-on learning, global experiences, service opportunities and internships. Walsh has announced 10 new majors and flexible, 8-week terms starting in Fall 2020.>
Personal campus tours are provided every weekday year-round by Walsh's Cavalier Guides. Special Visit Days and events are also offered throughout the year including Discover Walsh Open Houses. Virtual meetings (via Zoom, Facetime or phone) with Admissions Counselors as well as faculty are also available. Register to visit at www.walsh.edu/yourfuture.html.
My time at Walsh has been nothing short of amazing. I’ve made friendships that will last a lifetime, I have traveled to places I’ve never dreamed of, and it has fueled my passion for service. It ultimately has shaped me into the woman I am today.