The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) supports the academic endeavors of Webster University through strategic planning, resource allocation and budget analysis, administration of extended (domestic and international) campuses, and development and enforcement of operational and academic policies. The OAA coordinates matters relating to assessment, institutional effectiveness, and accreditations and licensure. The OAA provides administration for student academic support and resources and is responsible for faculty contracts, professional development, and committee support.
Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Enrollment Management oversees and coordinates units critical to student recruitment, admissions, enrollment and retention. Student Affairs has responsibility for student organizations, activities, governance and leadership programs; student life and co-curricular activities; and campus-wide events for students.
Finance & Administration
A broad range of offices within Finance and Administration provide effective, efficient support to the academic programs, students, and the Webster University community. Overseeing budget and resource planning, facility planning and management, and finance, these offices include:
Information Technology oversees technology resources and services, providing support for the academic and research endeavors of faculty and students, and for the effective administration of the university, through a three-pronged approach that includes People & Processes in addition to Technology.
The core mission is to (A) provide technological leadership, (B) deliver best of breed/strategic technology services/solutions/products and (C) ensure the safety/security/ management of assets and privacy of information throughout the university's entire Global footprint. The departments and offices within the Informational Technology area include: