Services for Students
The Academic Advising Center coordinates the undergraduate and graduate advising system.
This office provides students with information about academic programs as well as
special study opportunities; it also administers registration for graduate degree
Toll Free: 800-982-3847
The Academic Resources Center provides a range of services to help students succeed.
The center offers peer tutoring, test preparation help, study and organizational skills
improvement and services for students with special needs or disabilities. The ARC
is also home to the Writing Center, where students can get expert assistance from
qualified writing coaches.
The Office of Admission coordinates the recruitment and processing of applications
for undergraduate, graduate and international students.
Toll Free: 1 800-753-6765
Career Services empowers students to become independent job seekers and career managers
by focusing on comprehensive career education. Career Services assists students in
all stages of career development.
Toll Free: 800-981-9805
Webster University is committed to serving all students, including students with disabilities.
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, the Academic Resources Director coordinates and
provides services for students with disabilities. Please contact the Director of the
Academic Resource Center if you have a disability and need academic accommodations
or have an accessibility need.
The Financial Aid Office processes applications for all federal, state, and institutional
student financial aid for all applicants throughout the Webster network.
Toll Free: 800-983-4623
The Help Desk is your centralized resource for technology issues/questions, including
those pertaining to Connections account setups, accessing the Connections portal (to
reach services like email and Student Academic Services), and WorldClassRoom (online
Toll Free; 866-435-7270
Preparing students to be global citizens and leaders is a core part of Webster University’s mission. With an acclaimed study abroad program, campuses on three continents, and students from nearly every country in the world, Webster provides students with ample opportunity for a truly international education. To learn how Webster can broaden your horizons, explore the programs and offices below:
The Center for International Education (CIE) is a crossroads of international opportunities and activities for the University
and surrounding communities. It arranges housing for the international studies major
and certificate programs and serves as an information resource for faculty, staff,
and students seeking international fellowships, grants, internships and other programs.
The Global Internship Experience (GIE) challenges aspiring young professionals to apply their academic training to the workplace
through an internship placement abroad. Global internships have a transformative impact
on the intern’s professional and personal development as well as on host organizations
and communities. Internships are available in business, communications/public relations,
computer science, education, and various humanities/social science fields. The GIE
works individually with participants to assess skill level and interest and to obtain
an appropriate placement for each student. Internships are full-time 8 week placements
offered during the summer in Missouri.
As a leader in study abroad education, Webster understands the varying regulations
governing travel and study within our network of international campuses. The friendly
staff in International Recruitment and International Services assist Webster students from all over the world with these issues, providing help
with visas, work, health services, lodging and much more.
The Multicultural Center and the International Student Affairs Department provides programs and services to students and faculty to help foster a community
environment that recognizes social differences, respects cultural uniqueness, and
facilitates cross-cultural interaction, learning and appreciation.
Walker Global Hybrid Courses are 3 credit hour courses that consist of a blend of online and immersive travel
learning offered by the Walker School of Business. They are composed of 6-7 weeks
of online work with a 7-10 day travel component. These courses offer students the
opportunity to explore a global business, technology or management issue with online
coursework plus an in-country week of company visits, guest lectures and cultural
International Study Opportunities for Webster Students
The Office of Study Abroad is the place to start for U.S. based students looking to
study at any of Webster’s international campuses and beyond. The office prepares students
for their travel and connects them with the campus directors and program coordinators
who will help them succeed. It’s also where faculty start when they’re ready to teach
at another Webster international campus. A wealth of information and links to resources
can be found on the Study Abroad website.
Phone: 800-984-6857 or 314-968-6988
Webster University’s Emerson Library offers the latest in collections, online resources and information technology. The library houses a collection of more than 300,000 volumes of books, periodicals, scripts, music scores, CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray, and other media. Library resources are not limited to materials found in the building. At http://library.webster.edu students, faculty, and staff will discover a wealth of electronic resources. Accessible 24/7 from campus, home, or office, these valuable resources include the library’s online catalog; over 150 online and full-text databases; video tutorials; Internet resources; and online services, including reference and electronic reserves.
Of course, the Library is more than just its physical and virtual presence - it is
also a group of helpful, enthusiastic staff. Professional librarians offer general
reference assistance in person, over the phone, or via email, and appointments can
be made for in-depth help (either in person or online) from a subject specialist.
Whether online or in person, come experience the library yourself!
Toll Free: 800-985-4279
Webster University and the U.S. Department of Defense have worked together for nearly 40 years to provide high-quality and cost-effective undergraduate and graduate programs at military installations and other locations throughout the country
Webster University's Office of Military Affairs (OMA) is committed to the continuing education needs of our military. The OMA’s mission is to provide Webster’s military students with access to the global Webster University network through a “single touch point.” The OMA can assist military students in multiple areas, including financial aid, academic advising, academic testing, transfer credit (including our 35+ Cooperative Degree programs), grants and proposals, military alumni and military student life activities (tutoring, writing assistance, accommodation assistance).
The Office of the Registrar submits loan deferments to lenders, certifies degree audits,
sends letters of good standing, does enrollment verifications, degree verifications,
transfer credit evaluations, processes transcript requests, works with GoArmyEd, registers
students, processes adds, drops, and withdrawals.
Toll Free: 800-987-3447
Student Affairs is responsible for all co-curricular programs including Athletics,
Career Services, Campus Ministry, Counseling, First Year Experience (FYE) and New
Student Orientation Programs, Food Service, Housing and Residential Life, Health Services,
Multicultural and International Student Affairs, WebsterLEADs and the University Center
and Student Activities. The Dean’s office responds to student concerns and problems,
administers emergency student loan funds, the Money for Textbooks program, the undergraduate
tuition adjustment process, makes referrals to appropriate resources, advises on all
policies affecting students, and coordinates all judicial proceedings.
Toll Free: 800-981-9804