Webster reaches its Centennial year
As Webster reaches its Centennial, the university takes a look back at its 100 year history.
Webster press presents centennial coffee table book
Among many Centennial events celebrating 100 years of Webster University, there is one tangible memory, something students, alumni, teachers, faculty and community members can...
Webster invests in extended military campuses
Webster University, then Webster College, accepted an invitation from the Department of Defense (DOD) to deliver education to the military in 1974. For the first time, students affiliated with the military would receive a college education within the gates of their own military installation.
Study abroad program offers Webster education in Europe, Africa and Asia
Former European Director Robert Spencer became directly involved in the Geneva campus October 1995. He served as the director there for 18 years. “It’s almost as if a light bulb went off for Webster to realize that these (foreign) campuses were perfectly suitable locations for study abroad programs for our students here in St. Louis,” Spencer said.
Repertory Theatre acts as learning platform for Conservatory
By Sam Clancy, Contributing Writer For nearly 50 years, Webster University and the Repertory Theatre have been engaged in a mutual agreement. The two organizations shared...
Sisters of Loretto members reflect on history of education
The Sisters of Loretto is a Catholic group that formed to address the need for education in the hills of Kentucky. It grew to comprise of both vowed Sisters and non vowed members.