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Advising Resources

Pillars of Advising

Advising syllabus, which can help you lay out expectations for advising sessions;
 
Credit by Exam, info on how students can earn credit with AP, CLEP, DSST, etc.;     

How to register in Connections, a short video which shows how to register classes in Connections;

Registration appointment checklist, to help keep on task during advising sessions;

Late Withdrawal Process, which outlines the steps for an advisor when a student is requesting a withdraw beyond the stated withdrawal deadline;

Transfer Equivalency Database, a guide to how credits from other schools transfers to Webster;

Using course searches, which is also helpful to share with students.

Interinstitutional Registration
Webster has established a program with Fontbonne, Lindenwood, Maryville and Missouri Baptist universities and with Eden Theological Seminary that allows degree-seeking students registered at Webster University for 13-18 credit hours to register for undergraduate classes at any of these institutions during their regular terms. The interinstitutional agreement does not apply during the summer, weekend, or interim sessions, and students must furnish their own transportation. Students may take courses at institutions if they are not offered at Webster. Webster students register and pay tuition at Webster but attend classes and observe regulations of the host institution. Students are also responsible for all lab fees, instructional materials, or other costs associated with the course(s). Students register for interinstitutional courses with Webster University.

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