IT Network Disruptions
Several important online systems are currently unavailable due to an Information Technology service disruption. For updates and information on how to log on to some systems, please visit here. Other key announcements:
- Students and faculty involved in summer courses are being prioritized for the resumption of IT services. Staff should await instructions. For more information, see the link above.
- Supervisors not connected to emergency operations should delay returning to their offices until Monday, June 22. For more information about resuming activities on campus, visit here.
Juneteenth — Friday, June 19th — A Paid Holiday for U.S. Employees
In a note to the Webster University community, Chancellor Elizabeth Stroble, President Julian Schuster, and Chief Diversity Officer Vincent Flewellen announced that to honor Juneteenth and the end of the slavery in the United States, Friday, June 19th will be a paid holiday for all U.S. Webster employees. To read the announcement in its entirety, please visit here.
Webster Launches the St. Louis Community Scholarship Program
To broaden its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic excellence in the St. Louis region, the University announced the creation of the Saint Louis Community Scholarship. First-time, underserved college students residing either in North St. Louis Count or in the City of St. Louis will be considered for the new scholarship upon admission to Webster University. The program begins with students seeking admission during the Fall 2021 semester. To learn more, visit here.