Welcome to Walsh University! All new students are encouraged to attend an on campus orientation session prior to the start of classes. Please consult your admission counselor for the date and time of your specific orientation session. If you cannot attend an orientation session or are enrolled in online learning, the information below is provided to help you prepare for your first week of classes. If you cannot find the information you need, please consult the University Directory or contact your admission counselor.
- Student ID - Students can receive their Student ID by visiting the Office of Student Affairs in the David Campus Center, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Professional Advising (Undergraduates Only)
- Find your Academic Advisor
- Course Catalogs (Undergraduate and Graduate)
- Academic Calendar
- Building Abbreviations
- Student Service Center - the Student Service Center, located on the first level of Farrell Hall, includes the Office of the Registrar and Financial Aid. In the Student Service Center, students can pay their bill, review scholarships, add or drop a class, register, consult with professionals regarding their bill and much more.
- Br. Edmond Drouin Library
- Career Center
- Walsh University Bookstore
For instructions on accessing various Walsh technology, use the Walsh University Computer and IT Services Guide
- Cavalier Center - by using the "CAV Center" students can view/manage personal information, access grades, view course schedules, review their financial aid, and much more. Use the IT Services Guide to access the Cavalier Center.
- Walsh University Email- Your Walsh e-mail account is the primary way students receive important messages and communicate with Walsh faculty and staff. Use the IT Services Guide to access your e-mail account.
- Electronic Course Network (ECN) - ECN is Walsh's online course management system. Depending on your instructor's preference, you may utilize this program regularly. Use the IT Services Guide to access ECN.
- Information Technology Help Desk - For questions regarding technology, please contact the Helpdesk at 330-244-4357 or email@example.com
Health, Safety, and Assistance
- Accessibility Services
- Counseling Services
- Academic Support Center
- Health Services
- Campus Police and Parking Services - Campus parking is coordinated by the Walsh University Campus Police Department. All Walsh students who will have a car on campus are required to have a parking pass. Parking passes for transfer, graduate, and commuter students are mailed to their home address. Residential students will receive their parking pass from their Resident Assistant. If you have not received your parking pass by the week prior to classes, please contact Campus Police at 330-490-7474 or the Office of Student Affairs 330-490-7301. (View a Campus Map.)