Our rich history of serving the military made us the first University invited by the U.S. Department of Defense to open at a military location. Webster understand the needs of service members and their families. That’s why we offer affordable credit hour rates and generous transfer credits with classes held online and at more than forty military installations and metropolitan campuses across the United States.

#8 Best for Veterans

Webster University is a top-tier regional institution, ranked as #8th "Best for Veterans" for 2022 among Midwestern Regional Institutions by U.S. News & World Report, and #22nd in the Regional Universities Midwest category in 2023.

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Military Affairs

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Resources and Support

No matter your schedule or existing work, family or military commitments, we can accommodate you — even during deployment. On acceptance to the University, students normally schedule an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss their academic plans and to register for their first classes.

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470 East Lockwood Ave.
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Academic Points of Contact

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Call 314-246-7800 or 800-753-6765, or email admit@webster.edu

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All Webster students benefit from our teams of advisors, counselors, tutors and support staff. Get scheduling assistance, academic support and more, no matter where you are.

Reeg Academic Resource Center

The Reeg ARC offers the Returning Military Services program, designed to help returning veterans adjust and succeed during their college experience. The students will meet weekly with an Academic Counselor to help determine their needs, and what strengths they have that will help them reach their goals. The counselor and the students work together to identify the positive attributes gained in the military which will help them succeed in civilian and academic life.

For any returning veterans who would like more information about utilizing the program or classroom accommodations, contact our Reeg Academic Resource Center at 314-246-8284.

The Student Counseling and Life Development staff are here to assist you with anything that may affect your continuing educational goals, including post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.

Student Counseling and Life Development

540 Garden Avenue
Phone: 314-968-7030
Email: counselingld@webster.edu (non-confidential)

The Office of the Registrar provides resources and answers to your questions about course schedules, transcripts, tuition payment, graduation and more.

Office of the Registrar

Loretto Hall 63
Phone: 314-968-7450 or 800-987-3447
Fax: 314-968-7112 or 314-963-6037
Email: registraroffice@webster.edu

The Office of Financial Aid at Webster University is here to help you complete applications, find suitable assistance programs and answer any questions you have about financial aid. We’re committed to making your college education affordable.

Financial Aid Office

Affordable Education

At Webster University, we have provided an educational environment accessible to all for more than a century. That’s why we offer a variety of scholarship opportunities for our incoming freshmen, transfer students and active military.

Contact the Office of Financial Aid

Phone: 314-968-6992 or 800-983-4623
Fax: 314-968-7125
Email: financialaid@webster.edu

Webster University and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) have partnered to bring a VetSuccess on Campus Counselor (VSOC) to Webster University. Webster is one of only 94 schools nationwide to have a VSOC counselor on campus.

The VSOC program aims to help student veterans and their qualified dependents succeed and thrive through a coordinated delivery of on-campus benefits assistance and counseling leading to completion of their education and preparing them to enter the labor market in viable careers.

We are currently waiting for our replacement counselor.

Office of Military Affairs Leadership

Benjamin Brink

Captain Benjamin M. Brink, U.S. Navy, Retired

Senior Director Military Campus Operations; Adjunct Full Professor, Walker School of Business & Technology

Ben Brink has over 39 years of experience in the leadership of high technology companies, venture capital, and corporate partnering—in Silicon Valley, Southern California, and the Midwest, with extensive global experience and operations in Europe and Asia. As CEO, he has led early-stage, growth-stage, and mid-sized companies, private, venture-backed, and public—in software, defense electronics, medical electronics, health care analytics, environmental, and agricultural biotech market spaces. Brink has served at the senior executive level in the Federal Government; and is a retired US Navy Captain, Intelligence, with 36 years active and reserve service, including several commands and a senior-level combat tour in Afghanistan. Now focusing in higher education, he is currently Senior Director Military Campus Operations for thirty campuses at Webster University. He is an adjunct professor, teaching entrepreneurship, management, and statistics; and advises and mentors emerging technology companies in the St. Louis region.

Scott Wuesthoff

Brigadier General Scott E. Wuesthoff, U.S. Air Force, Retired

Senior Advisor to the Provost for Military Affairs

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