Records and Registration

The Records and Registration office processes registration requests, student record changes, enrollment and degree verifications, graduation audits, transcript requests and diploma orders. The office also processes requests related to benefit certification for veteran students.

Haven’t submitted your application yet? Meet with an admissions advisor or apply now.

Registration Process

Complete the following steps to complete the registration process:

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Meet with your Academic Advisor and view your program plan in the Walsh Student Portal to see which classes are still needed.

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Verify that you meet the prerequisites for the course(s) before you register. Prerequisites can be found in the Walsh catalog or in the Walsh Student Portal.

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Check the academic calendar for important semester dates.

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Know the tuition due dates.

To view the schedule of classes:

Please visit Self-Service for Students directly.

To register for classes:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Registration card
  3. Click on the Self-Service Registration & Student Planning link
  4. For additional help, check out our Self-Service Registration Help Guide

Records Forms

Records and Transcript FAQs

  • Please click here to order transcripts online. If you attended Walsh before 1990, please contact records@walshcollege.edu.
  • Electronic transcripts can be ordered 24/7. Printed copies will be processed within 24-48 business hours.

Ordering Official Transcripts

Walsh is pleased to announce a new transcript service for students and alumni. Walsh has partnered with the National Student Clearinghouse to offer an online option for ordering and receiving official transcripts. Transcripts ordered online can be delivered by email, U. S. Mail, or held for pickup at the Troy location.

  • The processing fee for an electronic PDF version of official Walsh transcripts is $5.00. This charge is paid directly to the National Student Clearinghouse, not to Walsh.
  • Email and text notifications let you know the status of your eTranscript request.
  • Walsh continues to produce and mail paper transcripts free of charge.
  • Requests for transcripts cannot be accepted via phone.
  • Official transcripts will not be provided for those with outstanding financial obligations. The eTranscript service is not available for students who last attended Walsh before 1990.

If you have any questions about the ordering process, please call 248-823-1660 or e-mail records@walshcollege.edu.

You can find out your number by either of the following ways:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Click on the circle with your first initial. Your Student ID number can be found there.
  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Student Records Forms card
  3. Click on the Student ID Photo Submission link

Student ID cards will be processed once a month and will be mailed to the address on file.

To register for classes:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Registration card
  3. Click on the Self-Service Registration & Student Planning link
  4. For additional help, check out our Self-Service Registration Help Guide
  • Information you submit online, including your credit card number and student ID, is secured with SSL encryption. This will work on most popular browsers and online connections that support SSL.
  • Contact your Internet service provider to see if SSL is supported on your browser.
  • This encryption will enable you to provide the College with, and electronically submit, your credit card number under a secured confidential environment.
  • Log into the Portal
  • Locate the Registration card
  • Click on the Self-Service Registration & Student Planning link
  • Enter the course in the Search for Courses box in the upper right side of the screen
  • Click View Available Sections (under course details) to see which sections have seats available
  • A grade of “W” will appear on your transcript and no tuition refund will be given.
  • You can withdraw from the same class only twice.
  • Withdraw period starts day 15 of the semester through the end of the 9th week of the semester.

To View Your Schedule:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Registration card
  3. Click on the Self-Service Registration & Student Planning link
  4. To view schedule, use the arrow keys to choose the semester you want to view.

To View Grading Deadlines:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Academic Catalog card
  3. Click on the Academic Calendar link
  4. To view grades, click on the Academics icon on the left, click on grades

To View Your Grades:

  1. Log into the Portal
  2. Locate the Academic Records card
  3. Click on the Grades/GPA by Term link
  • Degrees are posted approximately 3-5 weeks after the conclusion of your final semester.
  • Diplomas will be automatically mailed to you 4-6 weeks after your degree is posted.