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About Webster University
Webster's commitment to small class sizes and abundance of events throughout the year, students have the opportunity to share in a rich educational experience.
State-of-the-art academic buildings, architecturally significant structures that house various university departments, a modern library, and student center combine to create a picturesque learning environment.
Vibrant campus. Dynamic student life.
- One of the most diverse student populations for any school
- Dynamic student life with many organizations, activities, and opportunities to serve the community
- 3,002 undergraduate students and 2,317 graduate students at the St. Louis home campus
- 198 full-time faculty teach at the St. Louis home campus
- 725 students live on campus.
- More than 100 undergraduate and graduate majors
- 14 NCAA Division III men's and women's athletic teams
- Nationally-ranked competitive chess team
- 200+ on-campus films, plays, and concerts every year
Minutes from downtown St. Louis, Missouri, The Webster University home campus is nestled in Webster Groves, a charming and historic residential suburb.
It is a well-known fact that new college students who live on campus have higher GPAs, become more involved in campus activities, and are more likely to earn a diploma than those who live off-campus.
To maximize this advantage, Webster University built two new residence halls at the main campus in the historic St. Louis suburb of Webster Groves. These halls, East and West Hall, opened in Fall 2006. Additionally, Maria Hall underwent a $4 million renovation in 2008, and brand new furniture was installed in 2008 in the Webster Village Apartments complex.
PLEASE NOTE: All freshmen enrolled at the St. Louis main campus are required to live on campus for their first two years at Webster University. Exceptions to this requirement are granted for freshmen living with their parents within a 35-mile radius of the main campus in Webster Groves. Undergraduate International transfer students are also required to live on campus for their first year enrolled in classes at the main campus.
Housing Options for First-Time Freshman
- West Hall
- Maria Hall
Housing Options for Transfer Students; Returning Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors; and Graduate Students
- East Hall
- Webster Village Apartments
- Glen Park Apartments
- Big Bend Apartments
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 3 Business and Management 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Education and Teaching 2 Health and Medicine 1 Mass Communication & Media 1
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