Alumni Award Nominations  

We're proud of our students and alumni - and we know you are too. Nominating individuals for awards is a great way to recognize the difference they make in their communities and industries. As a way to showcase our students and alumni, we encourage you to consider nominating individuals who deserve recognition. To nominate or receive more information, contact Alexis Wichmann at (248) 823-1241. 

Walsh College Award Categories

  • Walsh College Distinguished Alumni Award
  • Walsh College Distinguished Graduate of the Last Decade
  • Applauding Alumni

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Other Award Categories

Crain's 20 in their 20's- CLOSED

Publish date: May 7, 2018

Do you know a 20-something who is someone to watch? Crain's Detroit Business 20 in their 20s recognition program seeks young professionals who are making their marks in the region. This awards program is a great way to recognize the hard work of local rising stars, and at the same time further propel their careers.  

Crain's 40 Under 40- CLOSED

Crain's Detroit Business is seeking nominations for the 2017 class of 40 Under 40, which recognizes young achievers based on factors such as financial impact and community leadership. Past winners have started companies, found success at a young age at established businesses, and made nonprofits stronger. AGE RESTRICTION:  There is a nomination fee of $99 which must be paid before the nomination will be considered.  This fee will include a year-long subscription to Crain's Detroit Business.

dbusiness 30 in Their Thirties- CLOSED

dBusiness magazine, Detroit's Premier Business Journal, is soliciting nominations for business professionals in their thirties who have achieved notable success in their respective field(s). This exciting editorial feature, set to appear in the September/October 2017 issue, will recognize business leaders in metro Detroit who are moving their respective companies, industries, and communities forward.

Oakland County Executive Elite 40 Under 40 - CLOSED

“The Elite 40 Under 40 represent where Oakland County is headed tomorrow: charging into the knowledge-based economy, providing strong leadership, and engaged in improving the quality of life in our region,” Patterson said.