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Financial Aid Forms & Resources
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Application Process

New students must fill out an application and pay a $50 application fee. The application is processed as soon as the fee has been paid. It is not necessary to wait for an acceptance letter before registering for classes. Webster University does not require admission testing such as the GRE or GMAT. We only require that you have a 4-year degree from a regionally accredited college or university for admission. First, you should have an official transcript sent to us. (Transcripts which are stamped "Issued to student," are not acceptable and can be used for advisement purposes ONLY.) Once transcripts are received at our office, you may schedule an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor for a program orientation. All new students are required to meet with an advisor prior to registration.If you have any questions regarding Admissions, please call for further details.

Academic Advisors

Dr. Patrick Owens is the Academic Advisor for the following areas of concentration: Business Administration (MBA), Human Resources Development, Human Resources Management, Health Administration (MHA), and Management & Leadership. Dr. Barbara Shortridge is the Program Coordinator/Advisor for the Counseling area of concentration.

*Office Hours

  • Monday-Thursday: 8 am - 9 pm
  • Friday: 8 am - 12 noon
  • Saturday and Sundays: 7 am - 5:30 pm

Tuition & Fees

Financial Aid

Financial Aid may be acquired by filling out a FAFSA form and a Webster University Financial Aid application available here or at our front desk. For questions regarding Financial Aid, Veterans Assistance or Employee Reimbursement, please contact our office.

Class Hours

Unless otherwise noted class hours are as follows:

Evening classes:

  • Counseling: 5:45 pm–11 pm
  • Non Counseling: 5:45 pm - 10 pm 

 Weekend classes:

  • 8 am–5:30 pm


Textbooks may be purchased through MBS Direct at 1-800-325-3252 or online at Textbook orders placed with credit card are shipped the same day if order is placed before 3 pm CST. Orders placed by check or money order are not shipped until payment is received. Shipping time is 5-14 days, so be sure to order you books as soon as you register for classes. Overnight shipping is available at student expense. The MBS Virtual Bookstore is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Orders placed online receive a 20% discount on UPS air shipping.

Computer Lab

The Computer Lab is open for student use Monday through Thursday, 9 am–9 pm, Saturday and Sunday 7:30 am–5 pm when not occupied by a class. Software may not be copied or removed from the computers and software not owned by Webster and authorized by the Lab Technician may not be used at any time in the labs. Students must provide their own disks or may purchase disks or CDs from Academic Computer Services for $1 each. Work is not allowed to be saved to the computers or you may lose your work. Request for audio visual equipment should be made at least one class session in advance.

Release of Grades

Students may access their grades online at registration & services online. You will be asked to enter your student ID number and your password (both supplied by Main Campus). If you forget your password you will have to reset your password by following the directions on the registration & services online page.


Students planning to graduate at the end of the current terms must fill out a petition to graduate and pay the graduation fee of $75. If you receive an Incomplete grade in your last term your graduation will automatically be deferred until the next term in which the Incomplete grade has been turned into a letter grade by the instructor.It is strongly encouraged that students meet with their advisor as they near the end of their program to ensure that all requirements have been met. Please note that it is the student's responsibility to petition to graduate. This is not an automatic process.