Position Yourself for Career Advancement

Leverage your military expertise and experience with an undergraduate or advanced degree from Webster University. Whether your goal is to move up the military ranks or to transition successfully into a civilian role, we’ve been providing unmatched military education for more than 40 years.

No matter your schedule or existing work, family, or military commitments, we can accommodate you—even during deployment. With reduced tuition rates, fee waivers, participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program and the TA Top-Up Program plus military training transfer credit, we’re here to help.

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Transfer Credit Programs

As a leader in military education, we understand the needs of our veterans and active-duty service members. That’s why we offer classes at military installations, metropolitan campuses, and online. To learn more about how we recognize your expertise and experience, explore some of our transfer credit options below.

Webster's Rich Military Heritage

Our rich history of serving the military made us the first University invited by the U. S. Department of Defense to open at a military location. Webster understand the needs of service members and their families. That’s why we offer affordable credit hour rates and generous transfer credits with classes held online and at more than forty military installations and metropolitan campuses across the U.S.

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Contact the Office of Military Affairs

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Phone: 314-246-VETS (8387)
Toll Free: 1-800-981-9801, Ext:VETS (8387)
Email: oma@webster.edu

Loretto Hall 110
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119

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