Media Highlights Tuition Freeze for Fall Incoming Freshmen

Walsh University has announced it will now freeze tuition for incoming undergraduate freshmen who enroll for the fall 2020. As a part of Walsh's commitment to keeping college affordable for its students, the freeze will lock in tuition costs for traditional undergraduate students from their freshman to senior year and provide Walsh families with the stability they need to financially plan for college. Ninety-eight percent of Walsh students receive some form of scholarship or financial aid.

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The tuition freeze accompanies Walsh’s Four-Year Graduation Guarantee announced in September. With the guarantee, if a student meets all outlined responsibilities, but doesn’t meet the requirements to graduate in four years, Walsh University will cover the tuition cost of their remaining coursework for up to two semesters, or have the option to take two graduate-level courses.

To participate, students will commit to the Four-Year Graduation Guarantee during the first month of their fall semester and follow the steps outlined, which includes declaring of a major in a timely manner, passing all course work and registering for the appropriate amount of classes each semester. 


  • Matriculate at Walsh University as a first-year, full-time, degree-seeking student.
  • Sign the Walsh University Four-Year Graduation Guarantee.
  • Declare one academic major by the end of your sophomore year. 
  • Maintain a 15-credit-hour course load each fall and spring semester.
  • Average a minimum of a 2.0 GPA or higher and earn sufficient grades to advance to the next level of required courses. 

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