COVID-19 Information & Updates

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COVID-19 Information & Updates

Walsh University COVID-19 Updates

As cases of COVID-19 increase around the world and here in Ohio, Walsh University is communicating updates regularly to ensure the health of our campus community. University officials will continue to work with federal, state, and local health authorities as well as campus experts to monitor this situation and provide appropriate guidance to students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Our number one priority is the health and safety of our campus community. 

Please see below for answers to the most common questions we are receiving about our online graduate programs, as well as a link to full information about Walsh University’s response to COVID-19.

One of our Enrollment Advisors would be happy to answer additional questions you may have.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will the COVID-19 situation delay or otherwise impact the upcoming April and June start dates for this program?

No. One of the benefits of online programs is that they are thoughtfully designed with remote students and faculty in mind. All non-clinical online courses are still scheduled to begin on the planned start dates and are not impacted by COVID-19. 

 

Should I expect a change in availability from admissions advisors, faculty, or course delivery?

No. We are continuing to support students without disruption during this time. Those who are interested in enrolling in an online graduate program are able to discuss options with an Admissions Advisor via email, phone, text message or website chat. We encourage prospective students to use our admissions appointment scheduler to set up a time that is convenient for you. For current students, we fully expect that they will have normal access to faculty and course materials.

 

Is Walsh still providing Clinical Placement Services during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has posed a challenge to securing placements due to drastic reduction in site availability, we continue to monitor and assess availability for clinical placement, with input from our healthcare partners.

 

For additional information about Walsh University’s response to COVID-19,
please see our full coronavirus information page.