It is 2013, a new year and a time
for fresh beginnings! For some it is a time to set goals
and resolutions. For others it is a time to evaluate their
career goals and the progress they’ve made. This year
some professionals may be heading back to the classroom
and getting their degree in hopes with reaching their next
Happy New Year!
Jessica Knapik, MSM '04
Database Analyst, Records & Registration
Winter 2013 Registration:
& login help)
Payment Dates |
Academic Dates |
Regular registration: December 3 - January 13
Classes begin: Now in progress
Last day to register or add: January 13
Last day for 100% tuition refund: January 14
Last day to drop classes/50% tuition refund:
Note: Balances must be paid in full before
registering. Winter tuition is due January 22 to
avoid the deferred fee.
Also, you can register your
Walsh e-mail address for notification when classes
are added or cancelled. An e-mail will be sent only when
course changes have been made in the past 24 hours.
(This does not guarantee course availability at time of
registration nor contain a list of open classes.)
Note: The College’s official e-mail communication
is via Walsh accounts. If you register using a
non-Walsh e-mail, you will be asked to
Questions? Contact Records & Registration at
2013-14 FAFSA Now
The 2013-2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) is now available online at
will want to complete the 2013-2014 FAFSA if you plan to
attend Walsh College anytime from Fall 2013 to Summer
2014. Undergraduate students who would like to be
considered for financial assistance through the State of
Michigan should complete their FAFSA by March 1. All
others should have their FAFSA completed by June 1 for
New Course! IB 571
Management of Information Assurance in a World of
This course will provide students with
an understanding of the international political context
that serves as a backdrop to international business, and
in the process will illuminate some of the modalities
between international security concerns and the
contemporary business world.
Click here for the complete description.
Sign Up for Electronic
You now have the option to sign up for an electronic
1098-T form. To sign up or view:
Login to the
Select "Financial Information" on the WebAdvisor tab
under the Student Home page.
Select "1098 Electronic Consent" or "View My 1098-T
Questions? Contact the Business Office at
Elite 40 Under 40
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson is looking
to recognize the young thought-leaders and trail-blazers
who live or work in Oakland County and are under the age
of 40 (as of 2/6/2013). He will honor 40 young Oakland
County professional and executive leaders who have
achieved success and excellence in their field and
community. The Elite 40 program is dedicated to helping
these individuals make connections that can impact the
future of Oakland County.
Walsh alum John Latella was an honoree for the
"40 Under 40" Class of 2012. For details about
the nomination process,
Instead of having your refund checks mailed, you can now
set up direct deposit! To sign up go to
Chief Academic Officer, David Shields
Technology and educational
delivery methods keeps evolving and changing. You might
have heard about MOOCs. Massive Open Online Courses are
extremely new, most having begun in 2012, yet they have
received tremendous media coverage. Read more
Guest Bloggers are Needed
If you have something you'd
like to share about your journey to Walsh or
experiences while here, complete a
release form and submit your story to
Your story might be featured on our
Crain's Detroit Business
Crain’s Newsmaker presents a scholarship each year to an
outstanding business student enrolled at a Southeast
Michigan college or university.
Click here for the criteria and application. The
deadline for entry which includes a reference letter
from the Dean’s office is Friday, February 1, 2013.
Cap & Gown Purchases for
September graduates and December
candidates are eligible to participate in the upcoming
commencement ceremony. If you are interested in
attending, purchase your gown at the bookstore by
Bachelor gowns: $39.98 + tax
Master gowns: $76.96 +
Doctoral gowns: $522 + tax (purchase) or $152.98 +
Questions? Call the commencement hotline at
here for details.
Stop by for giveaways, student ID photos, and more.
January 7 - 10
Troy & Novi/UC Administrative Office
5 - 6 p.m.
Are you Building a Sellable Business?
Increase your company's "sell ability", presented
by Kathryn Baker, AdviCoach.
Building EQUITY in your business should always be one of
your top priorities. This session will provide
everything you need to know about increasing the value
of your company so that you have options in the future.
We will review how to build value and each participant
will get access to an on-line tool that will provide you
with a "sell ability" score.
Sign up today and in less than 15 minutes you can get
your "score" and request a full 26-page report to help
identify where you need to focus in order to improve
your SELLABILITY SCORE.
You may not be considering selling your business at this
point. However, owners must make sure that they
are creating and growing sellable businesses.
Don't miss this informative session!
Friday, January 18
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Volunteers Needed for
Students and alumni are needed to volunteer during the
100th commencement ceremony.
Saturday, January 26
Zion Christian Church
Questions? Contact Duc Abrahamson,
Alumni & Student Relations Manager
Second Grade Tutoring
Tuesday, January 29
10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
This is designed to help any woman that has a passion
for entrepreneurship. Attend and learn the steps
necessary to open, run, and grow a business – and the
unique challenges and opportunities that women
entrepreneurs often encounter. Leave with self
discovery, educational resources, and powerful contacts.
Presented by leading business experts in southeastern
Wednesday, February 13
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
| Tickets $40