Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
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Students are required to sign a responsibility agreement at the time of application. Below is a copy of the agreement.
As a student at Walsh University, I understand that there is a high level of commitment and dedication on my part for the completion of coursework and the degree program. I have been provided this information and understand that my responsibilities are as follows:
Drop Policy: Registration for classes creates a contract for payment of tuitions, fees, and charges. If I choose to terminate this contract with Walsh University, I must officially (in writing) drop my class during the first six business days from the start of each session in which the course occurs, to receive 100% tuition refund. Nonattendance to class or notification to a professor does not constitute an official withdrawal. However, there will be a $100 drop fee assessed at that time.
I understand that there will be no tuition refunded, for any course that is dropped after the sixth business day, as stated above.
I understand that dropping classes could negatively affect my financial aid award package.
For All Students: I understand that my owed account balance to Walsh University must be under $1000.00 before I will be permitted to register for any future classes in subsequent semesters. I also understand that any balance over 90 days old will be assessed a 1% per month interest fee.
For Students Receiving Company Reimbursement: I agree to make full payment to Walsh University no later than 30 business days after my grades are issued, and to provide Walsh University with a current copy of Walsh University’s Employer Reimbursement form. I also understand that any balance over 90 days old will be assessed a 1% per month interest fee.
OVERDUE BALANCES – FOR ALL STUDENTS:
Any balances not paid after 150 days from the start date of the session in which the course occurs, are subject to collection action. This action includes collection and default charges in addition to the interest fees. Should my account be forwarded to a collection agency, I acknowledge that payment in full (including collection costs and interest) must be made before I am able to register for any additional classes. In addition, tuition for all future courses must be paid in advance.
I understand that in order to meet Walsh University’s residency requirement I must complete my last 32 semester hours of coursework at Walsh University. A minimum of 15 of the 32 semester hours will be in my major field of coursework. Note: If I wish to attempt to receive semester credit hours through CLEP/DANTES testing, or the portfolio process, I will do so before I begin my last 32 semester hours at Walsh.
If I have been admitted to Walsh University through the School for Professional Studies with less than the required 30 completed hours from another accredited institution, I understand that I will only be permitted to enroll in freshman and sophomore level coursework until I reach the required 30 completed credit hours. Freshman and sophomore level courses are those that are numbered in the 100 and 200 series.
I have reviewed this information during the admissions procedures, and prior to attending my first class at Walsh University. The most current, up-to-date copy of the Student Handbook can be located on the SPS page of MyWalsh, and is also available in your advisor's office.
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