At Webster University, we value academic integrity as our mission is to ensure high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence. Our community plays a critical role in upholding our values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect and responsibility.
Part of maintaining academic integrity is utilizing the resources available to students at Webster University.
Assistive technology is available for students who need additional support.
If you have any questions about assistive technology, send an email to email@example.com.
While many forms of assistive technology are available only to students with applicable disability accommodations, some technology and software is available to all students. Kurzweil 3000, a program that assists students with reading and writing, is an example of free software that is available to all students, undergraduate and graduate, throughout Webster's global system.
Disability accommodations are available through the Reeg Academic Resource Center, and Webster University considers admission, financial aid, program and activity applications without regard to disability. The Reeg Academic Resource Center's Academic ADA Coordinator helps St. Louis and Webster University Online students with documented physical, psychological, medical and/or learning disabilities to obtain the accommodations they need to have equal access to information and equal opportunity for program success. At extended sites and international campuses, the site director or a staff designee assists students with disability accommodations.
If you have any questions about disability accommodations, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reeg ARC's Testing Center proctors rescheduled tests with an instructor's approval, accommodated tests, MBA prerequisite waiver exams, language placement exams and various other exams. Appointments should be made at least 24 hours in advance of the requested testing time.
The Transitions program supports conditionally-admitted undergraduate students by preparing them for the academic rigor of Webster University. The Transitions program provides students with overall knowledge of available University resources. Specifically, the Transitions program serves students who are conditionally accepted to the University and have 30 or fewer hours of college coursework completed. The transition to college can be challenging, which is why Webster University offers the summer residential Transition and Academic Prep (TAP) program for Transitions students. If you have any questions about the Transitions or TAP program, please call 314-246-8768 or email email@example.com.
The Tutoring Program has a pool of capable tutors available to work one-on-one or in small groups with students to help them achieve greater confidence, independence and success as learners. Individual peer tutoring is available by appointment for both short-term “catch-up” work and ongoing support (see the schedule below, and make an appointment). Online tutoring services through NetTutor are available to students worldwide. To access these services, log in to WorldClassRoom (Canvas), open any course shell and click on NetTutor in the left-hand course menu, then select the subject or group area most appropriate. For questions or further assistance, click on the Help icon in WorldClassRoom and select the Peer Tutoring Request Form.
Spring 2023 available tutoring subjects are provided below. Students should review
available appointment times in MyWCOnline and schedule a tutoring appointment. Students will meet with the peer tutor at the scheduled appointment time (Central
Time). Peer tutoring is available either in-person or virtually through Zoom.
You can also use NetTutor for tutoring assistance. Just select the NetTutor link in any of your courses in WorldClassRoom (Canvas).
If you have any questions about tutoring, please contact Cherie Wyatt, Tutoring Program Coordinator, at 314-246-7107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2023 Available Tutoring Subjects
American Sign Language (ASL, ILC 1090)
College Algebra (MATH 1430)
Computer Programming I (COSC 1550)
Computer Programming II (COSC 1560)
Essentials of Biology II (BIOL 1560)
French language (FREN 1090-2090)
General Chemistry II (CHEM 1110)
German language (GRMN)
Introduction to Marketing Communications (ADVT 1940)
Introduction to Measurement and Statistics (ANSO 2720/PSYC 2750)
Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 1100)
Mathematics for Computer Science (COSC 1570)
Media Foundations (MDST 1010)
Organic Chemistry II (CHEM 2110)
Precalculus (MATH 1480)
Statistics (MATH 2200)
The Writing Center provides a friendly, welcoming place where students receive one-on-one support and advice to demystify the writing process and become more confident writers. Trained coaches help students through paper-writing processes for any types of projects in any discipline. To see the Writing Center schedule and/or make an appointment for a live session, visit our scheduler at MyWCOnline. NetTutor and the Writing Center also offer written feedback to all students worldwide, especially those unable to meet face-to-face. See the Writing Support page for instructions on how to submit papers to our written feedback services or how to access NetTutor.
If it is your first time to MyWCOnline, you need to register for an account. Then you will be able to see and book any available days and times to meet your project deadlines. You will then meet with the writing coach at the scheduled appointment time (CST). Writing support is available either in person in the Reeg Academic Resource Center in 40 Loretto Hall or virtually through Zoom (links found below next to each coach's "about" section in your appointment details). See the video above for a walkthrough of how to make an appointment for a live session using MyWCOnline.
If you do not see a day and time that fits your schedule, you can also use NetTutor for writing support. Follow the NetTutor link in any WorldClassRoom (Canvas) course shell, pick the subject you need (or "Writing" for general writing advice), and select the type of service you would like: a live tutoring session, question drop off or paper drop off. See the NetTutor section for more details about this service!
If you have any questions about writing support, send an email to email@example.com.
Academics News and Announcements
Professor Morton Receives Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award
November 21, 2022
Weinke Receives Service Award from National Academic Advising Association
November 14, 2022
McCool to Lead New Division of Student Success
November 10, 2022
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the creation of a new Division of Student Success which will be...