At Walden University, the personal attention you receive helps ensure that you can focus on completing your studies and earning your degree. Receive support for everything including:
- Program selection and enrollment
- Orientation and course registration
- Research, writing, and career guidance
Helpful Resources Include
- Enrollment Advisors
As your primary contact when you inquire at Walden University, your enrollment advisor will spend time exploring your educational goals, answering your questions, and guiding you through the application and admission process. Your enrollment advisor will respond to questions about the online learning process and make sure that you have a smooth transition to Walden University’s Student Support Team.
- Writing Center
As a Walden student, you will have access to the Writing Center, which is dedicated to increasing your knowledge of academic writing and improving your writing skills. The Writing Center provides free tutorial services that address every stage of effective writing, from concept to final draft. With a dedicated staff of writing instructors and dissertation editors, the center offers one-on-one consultations on course papers and recommendations for additional writing guides and resources.
- Student Support Team
Walden University’s Student Support Team members ease your transition to the online classroom with 24/7 student services—whether it’s help with financial aid, course registration, technical issues, or other student inquiries. Through a self-paced, user-friendly online orientation, you will become familiar with Walden University’s learning environment. Once you begin your courses, the Student Support Team will be available to help you navigate the online classroom.
- Academic Advising Team
As a new Walden student, you will work with a team of academic advisors trained to answer your academic questions, evaluate your progress in your program, and assist you with understanding university policies and procedures. Academic advisors collaborate with Walden faculty, staff, and the Student Support Team to help make your experience enriching and inspiring.
- Faculty Members
Leading experts in their field, Walden’s distinguished faculty members are mentors who understand your academic needs and are eager to help you succeed. They will respond to your questions and provide feedback on assignments. Learn more about Walden's faculty.
- Walden Library
As a student, you will have access to the Walden University Library, a fully digital library with more than 164,000 electronic books, more than 64,000 full-text journals, more than 100 databases, and more than 3 million dissertations. Through a virtual reference desk, our dedicated librarians will help you identify, evaluate, and obtain reference materials and additional resources to support your research. The library supports your information literacy development through webinars, tutorials, and online guides.
Refresh your skills or get support in a new subject area with free tutoring for undergraduate students. Walden partners with an award-winning tutoring service to connect you with accounting and science-certified tutors available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. An online writing lab offers students detailed critiques to help strengthen writing skills.
- Career Services Center
As a student and graduate, you will have access to the Career Services Center’s practical online tools for comprehensive career planning, including assessments, career research, résumé writing tips, networking strategies, effective interview techniques, and guidance on evaluating job offers and negotiating your salary.
- Student Assistance Program
Walden’s Student Assistance Program provides confidential support, resources, and information—online or by phone—to help you better address life’s challenges.
- Existing Student Support
If you are a current Walden student and need assistance with:
- Financial aid
- Course planning
- Library research
- Technical support
- Career services
Please call us at 1-800-925-3368.
“The academic advisor I spoke with really helped clarify my priorities and evaluate what option was best for me."
Tira Wallace | Master of Public Health (MPH) Student