Webster Adjunct Information
To Our Adjunct Faculty:

Welcome to websteradunctinfo.org! This website is intended to be a “go to” resource to help our adjunct colleagues stay up-to-date with what’s happening at Webster University and introduce you to the many tools and resources available.

As a distinguished member of our adjunct faculty, we recognize the vital role you play in delivering a world-class academic experience for our students. Everyday you bring our University’s mission to life for students in your classroom.

Our Mission: Webster University, a worldwide institution, ensures high quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence.

Our Core Values: Students – Learning – Diversity - Global Citizenship

As you familiarize yourself with our mission and all that Webster University has to offer, we also encourage you to also take a look at our Vision Statement and our Core Values in their entirety. These principles will help guide us as we deliver the global academic experience our students expect from Webster University.

Finally, let us hear from you! Please use this website to submit questions, comments, or suggestions. We will respond to them in a timely fashion.

Enjoy your teaching experience!

Latest Updates & Information

3/28/20 - A Note from Chancellor Beth Stroble

I hope this message finds you safe and healthy. On behalf of the Webster University community, President Julian Z. Shuster and I want you to know that you and your loved ones are on our minds and in our hearts.

We are living in unprecedented times, and nearly every day we are faced with new challenges. Despite the uncertainty around us, Webster University continues to model the pioneering spirit of our founders, and like generations of Gorloks before us, our community has rallied to ensure that our students receive a premier education.

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3/25/20 - Adjunct News

  • Chancellor Elizabeth Stroble and President Julian Schuster Comment On Current Events
  • Although We’re Teaching Online, Do Not Forget Spring 2 Early Term Progress Surveys
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Student Success Portal Spring 2 Early Term Progress Survey launches March 27

The Spring 2, 2020, Early Term Progress Survey launches Friday, March 27, and is open for 10 days, closing Monday, April 6, at 11 p.m. Central Time. This survey is distributed to all graduate and undergraduate Spring 2 term courses on-ground and online throughout the United States and at the Leiden campus.

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3/22/20 - Message from the Webster University COVID-19 Task Force

As the main campus continues the transition to Modified Operations announced on March 18, unit leaders and Information Technology have worked quickly to prioritize and implement technology requests to enable the performance of critical operations from off campus whenever possible.

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3/21/20 - Message from the Chancellor and the President

The international crisis continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and now it has taken a very personal turn for the University community. Today, we learned that a member of the Webster University community has tested positive for COVID-19.

When this employee initially reported being ill, they immediately put themselves in quarantine and alerted the University while awaiting test results. All other employees, students and others who this person had recently interacted with also were notified and they too have been in self-quarantine

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3/21/20 - Message from the Webster University COVID-19 Task Force

We want to acknowledge again the tremendous effort our community has undertaken as we transition to remote working operations. We know the pandemic and these changes have been stressful. We are writing again to re-emphasize the need to support public health initiatives during this pandemic. As we have seen throughout the crisis, the situation changes sometimes on a daily basis and so we are communicating with you again due to the changing public health order [PDF] issued today by the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County, and yesterday by the State of Illinois.

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3/20/20 - Message from the Webster University COVID-19 Task Force

As the main campus in St. Louis moves to Modified Operations, we share the following updates affecting operations around our campus network.

Earlier this week we reported that a student enrolled at the Greenville, South Carolina, campus location was being tested for COVID-19 and instructed to self-quarantine. We are heartened to learn that the test was negative and at this point we do not have any known positive tests among our community members.

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3/18/20 - Message from the President and the COVID-19 Task Force

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered our way of life. All around the world we are seeing its drastic effects, among the individuals and families who are its direct victims, among the frontline workers and health systems that have been stretched by its spread, and in the anxiety and economic impact that has only begun to be felt.

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3/17/20 - Message from the Webster University COVID-19 Task Force

The past week has seen so much adjustment, collaboration and new learning throughout our community. It has also created personal anxiety and challenges for so many as we balance the demands of daily public advisories affecting Webster with the uncertainty of a global pandemic that impacts our homes and our families.

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3/16/20 - Message from the Webster University COVID-19 Task Force

The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is our highest priority, and that concern has guided our deliberations on how best to continue supporting Webster’s educational mission through the quickly evolving news and advisories related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among these are recommendations to limit person-to-person contact to the extent possible, including today’s guidance from the White House to limit gatherings to groups of 10 or fewer.

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