For every student. In every classroom. Every day.
How do we fit a century of academic excellence and a global perspective into every classroom and every course? That's what makes Webster compelling. We're a private, nonprofit, accredited university offering a balance of arts, sciences and professional undergraduate and graduate degrees. Webster is one of the most diverse and global universities in the world.
Every day…Webster is building on its tradition of a highly personal, student-centered education with a global network that prepares students for a global world. With a vibrant, home campus in Webster Groves, undergraduate and graduate programs, and locations on three different continents, you can create an educational experience that is as unique as you are.
Distinctive in every way
- Vibrant Webster Groves campus.
- An ideal, student-centered environment with personalized learning.
- Students from 50 states and 148 countries. Diversity is a core value.
- Average class size: 10 . Personal attention from a world-class faculty who are experts in their respective fields.
- A global reach. Locations around the world — in metropolitan locations, military installations and online. A world of learning opportunities.
- Five schools and colleges: Arts & Sciences; Business & Technology; Communications; Education; and Fine Arts.
A global, Tier 1, private, nonprofit university
Webster University, founded in 1915 with its home campus based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, is the only Tier 1, private, nonprofit university with campus locations around the world including metropolitan, military, online and corporate, as well as American-style traditional campuses in North America, Europe and Asia.
Our mission is bold, and appropriate for these times: Webster University, a worldwide institution, ensures high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.
"Every Webster student has a uniquely personal experience. We invite you to explore how Webster can shape your future."
- President Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble