Study Abroad Contact

The Office of Study Abroad (OSA) is available to answer any questions you may have regarding Webster's Study Abroad Programs.

The OSA is open between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday.  Offices are in Sverdrup 207.

Study Abroad advising hours are by appointment only, and advising sessions generally last 20 minutes. Students should call 314-968-6988 or email to make an appointment.

Office of Study Abroad Staff

Guillermo A. Rodríguez
Director, International Projects and Study Abroad

  • Manages Office of Study Abroad.
  • Advises students applying for these exchange programs: Belgium; Germany; and Spain.
  • Considers international institutional affiliations: exchange programs; study abroad partners.
  • Coordinates faculty-led programs.
  • Advises students applying to study abroad at a non Webster campus/program.

Kim McGrath
Director, Webster International Network of Schools

  • Coordinates the Webster International Network School (WINS) program.
  • Develops new strategic partners in the United States.

Jennifer Dickey                                                                                                                                                                          Study Abroad Coordinator

  • Advises students applying for Greece; Italy; Switzerland; Ghana; and Mexico.
  • Assists Study Abroad Director in planning, developing, implementing and coordinating the international educational programs and student exchanges of the University.

Nicholas R. Hall                                                                                                                                                                    Study Abroad Advisor

  • Advises students applying for: Austria; Netherlands; United Kingdom; China; Japan; and Thailand.
  • Assists with designing, planning, and facilitation of orientation and re-entry programs.
  • Works on study abroad promotions and events.

Johany Glen                                                                                                                                                                          Study Abroad Representative

  • Is first point of contact.
  • Provides initial guidance on study abroad matters.
  • Performs administrative office tasks and supervises student workers.