Student Resources


Academic Support

Center for Teaching and Learning

Walsh offers help for you to meet your educational goals and advance professionally through tutoring services, communication workshops, and a mentoring program. Further information may be obtained by visiting the Center for Teaching and Learning page.

Student Support Services

Students who have physical, psychological, sensory, or learning disabilities may be eligible for these services. Further information may be obtained by contacting

Career Support

Walsh offers extensive career services for current students and alumni. Further information may be obtained by visiting Career Services.

American Corporate Partners (ACP)

Walsh has partnered with ACP to bring students an excellent career tool. American Corporate Partners pairs Post 9/11 veterans with mentors in the business world for one-on-one counseling for one year. Information on the various programs can be found in the links below.

State and Federal Resources

Both the State and Federal government provide resources for veterans seeking employment. The State of Michigan provides services to disabled veterans through the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency. The Federal government provides services to veterans through their Veterans Employment Toolkit.


VA Health Benefits

The VA provides a number of different programs that provide veterans with healthcare. Please use the links below as a guide.

My Healthevet

VA Health Benefits

Request My Military Health Record

Other Resources

College Decision Making

Use the sites below as resources to help you select a school that is right for you.

College Scorecard

College Navigator

Paying for College

GI Bill® Comparison Tool

County Veteran Services

Individual Michigan counties provide assistance to veterans and their families.





Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency

The MVAA provides state level resources and support to Michigan Veterans.
Visit MVAA’s Certified Veteran-Friendly Employers for a listing of employers committed to military veteran recruitment, training, and retention practices.

Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that connects veterans in crisis (or those concerned about one) to a real person trained to support veterans.

GI Bill® is registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at