Travel Ban Update
With issuance of President Trump’s September 24 Executive Order, the “travel ban” has been modified. While the University values the mobility of students, faculty and staff, it asks that international students and scholars planning to travel outside of the U.S. keep in mind that re-entry has never been, nor is it currently, guaranteed.
For ongoing updates on the situation, please visit here. In addition, student affairs staff are available to answer questions and share the latest resources on safe travel.
President & Provost On Stockley Verdict: Community and Understanding Essential
In a video shared with faculty, staff, and students, President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster urged viewers to embrace community and forge a dialogue of understanding as the ramifications of the Stockley verdict continue to generate regional action and discussion.
To view the video, visit here.
ARC Offers Peer Tutoring
The University encourages all faculty to refer students in need of subject-matter assistance to the Peer Tutoring Program at the Academic Resource Center (ARC), which is located at #40 Loretto Hall, 470 E. Lockwood Ave., (Phone: 314-246-7620). The program provides a pool of capable tutors who can work one-on-one with students to help them achieve greater confidence, independence and success as learners. To learn more about the initiative, visit here or visit the ARC’s web page here.
Student Production of “[Title of Show]” At the Emerson Theater
Webster Conservatory of Theatre Arts students are performing “[Title Of Show,]” a one-act play written by Hunter Bell, a Webster alumnus. The play chronicles the adventures of two New York “nobodies” who decide to write a musical for submission to an upcoming festival – in three weeks.
The show runs over two weekends: today through October 1 and again Oct. 4-8. Curtain is 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Sundays. For more information and ticket prices, visit here.