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Academic Services

Walsh University’s Academic Services is committed to providing the necessary resources and supports to help students thrive in whatever learning environment they choose, face-to-face and/or online modalities. The Associate Vice President for Academic Administration provides oversight of the academic departments housed within Academic Services. Each unit is responsible for delivering the services that assist students with their academic support needs.

Academic Services aims to promote student success through the provision of services that are:

  • Purposeful, timely, and convenient,
  • Individualized and tailored to a variety of learning styles,
  • Widely accessible to meet the needs of the University’s diverse student population,
  • Available to students from the point of entry through graduation and beyond.

The Associate Vice President for Academic Administration and the Academic Services leadership partner regularly with faculty and staff across the campus in retention programming efforts aimed to support the well-being of the students’ mind, body, and spirit.

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Academic Support Center

Tutoring supports, academic mentoring, peer mentoring, academic recovery, and retention programming

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Accessibility Services

Supports for students with disabilities and temporary medical conditions

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Office of the Registrar

Registration of semester courses, graduation degree audits, add/drop semester courses, declaration and/or change of major, change of demographic information, and request for academic transcripts

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First Year Student Success and Academic Advising

Schedule courses for incoming first-year students, transfer students with freshman status, College Credit Plus students, and retention programming

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Brother Edmond Drouin Library

Assistance with scholarly journal database searches, access to Ohio LINK resources, access to Library Guides and Instructional Videos, course textbooks available for loan, and support with research, citations and avoiding plagiarism.

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First-Year Experience Program

Build community and support for freshmen and transfer students with a Life Skills for College course, support the student’s transition to college experience, and retention programming

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