Table of Contents
- 1 COVID-19
- 2 Resources for Faculty
- 3 Online Resources for Students
- 4 Championship Trifecta
- 5 Neuroscientist to Address Class of 2020
- 6 Tuition Freeze
- 7 U.S. News Ranking
Resources and Updates from Webster’s Task Force
As the pandemic’s effects continue around the world, Webster’s COVID-19 Task Force
and resource page provides constituents with health tips, travel guidance and on-going
updates affecting our students, faculty and staff.
Resources for Faculty
Information and training on online instruction
Webster’s Online Learning Center has live instructional support and webinars for faculty
who are converting to online instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online Resources for Students
FAQ on online instruction
For students whose in-person courses are converting to online during the COVID-19
precautions, these resources and links answer some common questions.
Women’s & Men’s basketball, women’s indoor track & field win SLIAC titles
The winter sports season concluded with several team and individual awards for Webster.
Among them, Webster’s women’s and men’s basketball teams qualified for the NCAA Tournament
after SLIAC regular season and tournament championships, and the women’s indoor track
& field team also won their SLIAC tournament.
Neuroscientist to Address Class of 2020
Vladimir Ivkovic ’99, Will D. Carpenter to be Honored
Webster Vienna alumnus Vladimir Ivkovic has been named Commencement Speaker for the
101st Commencement in St. Louis. Will D. Carpenter will also receive an honorary degree.
For new, returning undergraduates, many graduates in 2020-21
There will be no tuition increase in 2020-21 for “flat fee” undergraduate students
at U.S. campuses, as well as several graduate student populations in Webster’s network.
The decision aligns with Webster’s mission to provide high-quality, affordable education.
U.S. News Ranking
Webster jumps six spots for highest-ever ranking
Webster University rose six places and earned its best ranking ever in the “2020 U.S.
News & World Report Best Colleges” report, with special recognitions for student services
and financial aid, study abroad, access for veterans, value and faculty resources.