Can you mix and match your sub-scores from tests taken at different dates?
To be considered for acceptance to Walsh University, you need to submit an application, a copy of your official high school transcripts, test scores, and a $25 application fee. Applications can be obtained by calling 1-800-362-9846 and requesting a hard copy. Students may also apply on-line at www.walsh.edu, which requires a $15 application fee. Walsh requires students to take either the ACT or SAT standardized tests. We review the composite score of one test and do not allow sub-scores from various tests to be combined. Essays are optional, unless requested at a later date. The average GPA and test scores for Walsh students are a 3.3 cumulative and a score of 23 on the ACT and a 1020 on the SAT. Once your application, transcripts, and tests scores have been received, a counselor will review them and an admissions decision will be made. You should expect to receive notification within ten days. Walsh is on a rolling admissions policy; therefore, we do not have an application deadline. We highly recommend that students apply as close to the beginning of their senior year as possible to ensure that they do not miss out on any potential financial aid that they might qualify for. After acceptance, students will receive information on the $125 tuition deposit as well as the $200 housing deposit that reserves a spot in our residence halls.