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Adjunct Resources

University Orientation

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the University and its facilities:

  • Welcome by Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) J. Stroble, President
  • Welcome by Dr. Julian Z. Schuster, Provost, Senior Vice President & COO
  • A Short History of Webster University
  • Worldwide Locations
  • Campus Map
  • Parking Please check with your department chair or program coordinator for school-specific information. Adjunct faculty wishing to purchase a [BLUE} parking permit may do so by visiting the Public Safety Department. If you request a parking permit, you may pay for it with an automated payroll deduction of $7.65 per paycheck. However, if you do not receive a paycheck (i.e. you are not teaching during a given term), then no deduction will occur.
  • Free Metro Passes – On a related subject, we should also note the availability of the “UPass,” which enables members of the Webster University community to ride both Metrobus and Metrolink for free. This program represents part of our commitment to make transportation more accessible, affordable, and sustainable. Faculty, students, and staff may obtain the passes at the Bursar’s Office using their Webster photo ID.

    Metro buses run regularly between the Shrewsbury Metrolink station and the front of Webster Hall. Parking is also available for UPass users at the Shrewsbury station parking lot.

Basic University Information

Orientation by School

We are also building orientation modules for adjunct for each of our schools.

Day-to-Day Responsibilities

Connections
  • Connections is a web portal that provides access to Webster's online services. Your Connections ID and password give you access to Webster e-mail, campus WIFI, FTP, and online course services, groups, calendars and announcements. It also provides customizable content in the form of tabs, channels, and news feeds.
Teaching Support
  • Faculty Development Center (FDC) Home Page
  • Online Curriculum Development: Whether you are new to teaching or an old hand, incorporating online tools into your curriculum is virtually inevitable. That’s why we provide training for new online instructors, support for continuing instructors, and instructional design and development of online courses.
  • Library Services at Webster University
  • The Academic Resource Center (ARC): Like all of us, students sometimes struggle. To help you point your students in the right direction, please familiarize yourself with the ARC and its services. From Academic Counseling to Writing Support – and all points in between – the ARC can help your students with academic or learning challenges.
Technical Support