Limitations on Main Campus Gatherings Extended Indefinitely
The Task Force on Transition and Adaptability announced on September 16 that limitations on gatherings and events at the Webster Groves campus have been extended indefinitely given regional pandemic conditions. It is important to remember that this policy statement does not pertain to class or course delivery – just hosting events and gatherings. For more information, please visit here.
For the latest COVID-19 announcements and guidelines, please visit webster.edu/COVID-19.
Check the Academic Resource Center’s Writing Support Services
All faculty, along with students and alumni, are able to take advantage of the Academic Resource Center’s (ARC) Online Writing Center (OWC) services. The Center offers writing support and feedback on every step of the writing process – from brainstorming to citation.
Services are offered remotely due to the pandemic. Learn more about the Center’s services here.
ZOOM Happy Hour for Faculty and Staff
All faculty and staff are invited to an assortment of informal sessions to connect and socialize with their peers within the Webster community. All that is required to participate is to log into Zoom and connect to the scheduled session. The next session is scheduled for:
- Thursday, September 24 at 4 p.m.
Happy hour, hosted by Joanna Finch, director, Undergraduate Admissions. Grab a beverage of choice and join in! For more information, visit here.
WebsterVOTES Covers Voter Postage Cost
The cost of postage for voter registration (deadline Oct. 7), and absentee and mail-in ballot applications will be covered when you drop these documents off at the Main and Copy Center windows and indicate they are voting documents. For more information, visit here.