Many schools profess to be student-centered, but Webster University has the track record to back it up. With a small campus and student-to-faculty ratio, Webster provides the opportunities of a large university while maintaining the intimacy of a private school.
Webster administers its academics through five divisions:
*College of Arts & Sciences
*Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts
*George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology
*School of Communications
*School of Education
The university emphasizes the importance of studying abroad, and offers its students many opportunities to do so. Though its main campus is located in Webster Groves (near St. Louis), the school has campuses throughout the world, including Vienna, Shanghai, Leiden, Geneva, Cha-am and London.
Webster also offers several opportunities to get involved on campus, including student organizations and university-sponsored activities. The university competes in Division III of the NCAA, with 14 men’s and women’s teams.
Financial aid is available at Webster University in many forms, including government grants and loans. The school also offers many scholarships.
Many of these awards, such as the Alumni Legacy Scholarship and Webster Academic Scholarship, are based on merit. Others, like the William Randolph Hearst Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students, take additional criteria into consideration.
Quick Facts about Webster University
Large City Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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