Office of Military Affairs
Welcome to the Webster University Office of Military Affairs (OMA), committed to the
continuing education needs of our military. As a career Air Force officer with 30
years experience, I am honored to be a part of Webster University and provide support
to our military students.
The OMA’s mission is to provide Webster’s military students with access to the global Webster University network through a “single touch point.” Essentially, we’re responsible for military operations with the University, and 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).
I invite you to look around the military portion of the website and then visit us in person. Each of our campus locations has programs designed to help you succeed—whether it’s continuing in your military career, or preparing you for civilian life.
Brig. Gen. Mike Callan, USAF (Ret.)
Mike Callan USAF Biography
About the Office of Military Affairs
Webster University is one of the largest providers of graduate-level military education
in the U.S., with more than 6,600 of Webster’s 22,000
students having a military connection. Located at the home campus in St. Louis, the
Office of Military Affairs (OMA) serves military-connected students across the Webster
University network, under the leadership of Brig. Gen. Mike Callan, USAF (Ret.), Associate
Vice President for Military and Governmental Programs.
Military-focused student groups and clubs, including the Webster University Student Vet’s Organization, are under the direction of the OMA. Additionally, the OMA develops and delivers education programs related to all branches of the military, maintains Webster’s alliances with federal and state agencies and advises the University on areas for expansion for all branches of government at all levels including the Department of Defense’s student base for non-degree offerings, undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Goals of the OMA:
- Enhance relationships with all military branches
- Strengthen military student services
- Expand Webster’s military opportunities
Office of Military Affairs News
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.