Visit the Historic Setting of Your Next Academic Adventure

Our St. Louis, Missouri campus is in Webster Groves, a tree-lined community developed in the late 19th century, featuring an abundance of cultural offerings; small business-owned restaurants and boutiques.

Plus, as the campus is just 15 minutes away from downtown St. Louis, our students have endless entertainment and education-related opportunities.

Visiting campus is potentially the most important step in deciding which university you will attend. Here you can begin to experience the uniqueness of Webster.

Campus is now open for in-person visits.  Join us on a tour of our beautiful, 47-acre campus and get your questions answered. Learn more about the region and all that it has to offer.  

Students remark all the time that their campus visit is one of the most important factors in deciding to attend Webster University.  

If you cannot make it to campus, we also offer a number of virtual visit experiences as well.  In-person or online ... we can't wait to see you! 

Schedule your visit experience today.

 


 

  • We offer over 100 majors throughout five schools and colleges.
  • U.S. News continues to rank Webster in the top tier of the Regional Universities-Midwest category. Webster was ranked 16th in the 2022 edition.  
  • 97% of incoming students receive financial aid.  
  • We are consistently recognized as a "Best Value School."

 

Safe Campus Visit Protocols

Following this guidance is important to your health - and to the health of everyone in our community. Please review these resources and follow the safety guidelines on these pages. You can find additional information about these policies at https://webster.edu/covid19/healthtips.php.

Visitors must self-monitor before arriving at their designated campus location, including a temperature check. You must be free of ANY symptom potentially related to COVID-19. Currently the CDC indicates that the include one or more of the following:

• Fever (above 100.4) or chills
• Cough
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Fatigue
• Muscle or body aches
• Headache
• New loss of taste or smell
• Sore throat
• Congestion or runny nose
• Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
• Known exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
If you, or anyone who may accompany you on this visit have any of the above symptoms, you are required to reschedule your visit to campus.

Visitors will proceed to Webster Hall visitor parking. You will find your name listed on your parking spot in front of the building (470 E Lockwood Ave.). On your parking plaque, you will find the phone number of the Welcome Center. Please call and inform them you are here for your campus visit. Once you have checked in via phone, you will be directed into the building and greeted at the door by a Gorlok Guide. 

Fully vaccinated members of our community will no longer be required to wear masks while on our Webster Groves campus. Unvaccinated students, guests and employees will still be required to wear masks and/or face coverings and practice social distancing. If you are wearing a mask, please bring a mask with you. If you do not have access to a mask, one will be provided for you upon check-in. Masks must always be properly worn covering your nose and mouth, there is no exception to this rule. If you are unable to wear a mask you should reschedule your visit until such time as you are physically able to wear a mask. Face coverings that are not an acceptable replacement for face masks are bandanas, face shields and neck gaiter masks.  

Everyone must keep a minimum of 6 feet between themselves and others while on campus. Additionally, Webster will restrict access while on campus to designated areas.

Access to our campus buildings is limited for the safety, health and well-being of our students and staff. Please retain your campus contact information provided in your scheduling email to ensure you can gain proper access when you arrive.

If you are diagnosed with COVID-19 within 48 hours of your visit to campus, you must notify Webster University Health Services immediately by calling 314-246-4207 and emailing Campus Visits at campusvisit@webster.edu.

The number of visitors in a group is limited to follow proper social distancing guidelines and reduce the density of guests on campus at any one time. Prospective students can bring up to two (2) additional guests with them to the campus visit.

All campus tours must be pre-arranged at least 48 hours in advance. No walk-in appointments will be allowed at this time.

 

Explore Our Campus

Experience the 360° tour using any desktop, tablet or mobile browser. If you have a virtual reality view or Google Cardboard for your smartphone you can escape to our beautiful, suburban St. Louis campus using Virtual Reality.

Virtual Tour

While You're In St. Louis ...

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Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
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“With Webster you can study abroad, immerse yourself in different cultures and get a feeling for what it’s like to live all over the globe.” - Cyana Goolsby GMA ’18 | Program Coordinator and Political Consultant

Webster University Campus

"With Webster you can study abroad, immerse yourself in different cultures and get a feeling for what it’s like to live all over the globe.” - – Cyana Goolsby GMA ’18 | Program Coordinator and Political Consultant