Student Affairs is responsible for all co-curricular programs, housing and residential life, health services, new student orientations, Work Study Scholarships service positions, and the Webster Leads Program.
The team consists of the Student Service Coordinator, the Resident Assistant, the Global Program Coordinator and the Student Assistant. We respond to student concerns and problems of all varieties, make referrals to the appropriate administrative resources, advise on policies and are involved in all judicial affairs proceedings.
When planning and organizing co-curricular activities throughout the year to enhance
the campus community we welcome volunteers to help out and encourage participation
in these events. Annual events include the Graduation Ceremony, BBQ's, Thanksgiving
dinner, Holiday Evenings, SGA events, European Webster football tournament, Community
Service Day and others.
Christine Benninger is Student Services Coordinator at the Leiden Campus.
Student Identification Cards
ID cards may be ordered through the Information & Services Desk. Email a digital head shot of you along with your student ID number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cards arrive 6-8 weeks later from the St. Louis campus.
It is suggested that you use your student ID number in all correspondence with the university. There is a €10.00 fee for replacement cards.
Out-of-Class Proctoring Appointments
Webster Student Services offers free of charge out-of-Class Proctoring Appointments for approved students.
- To contact the instructor for approval to test outside class.
- To make an appointment for an out-of-class proctoring at least 2 weeks prior to the midterm or final period by filling out the form below.
- To then notify the instructor, of the date and time by which the test needs to arrive at the Student Services. (We will also go through the department to notify the instructor once an appointment has been made, if we do not already have the test in our possession.)
- To arrive on time for the testing appointment.
- Please fill out the required form.
We welcome your feedback! Please take a moment to complete our online form with your comments and suggestions as we continue to strive to improve all our student services.
Webster offers students a global, personalized education. Our international programs extend from Europe to Asia, providing the opportunities, experiences, and perspectives that define a global education.
With campuses on three continents, students from nearly every country in the world, and an international faculty, Webster is one of a kind — a school with a vision to join theory and practice, encourage creativity and scholarship, and foster a lifelong desire to learn and actively serve communities and the world.
Webster University offers full-term study abroad programs in eight countries around the world, including:
- Beijing, China
- Cha-Am/ Bangkok, Thailand
- Geneva, Switzerland
- Guadalajara, Mexico
- Leiden, the Netherlands
- London, United Kingdom
- Osaka/ Tokyo, Japan
- Vienna, Austria
- Accra, Ghana
- Athens, Greece
U.S campuses authorized to accept non-U.S. citizens: Authorized US Campuses (PDF)
Those students interested in transferring to another campus temporarily or permanently may contact the Student Services Coordinator for information.
Webster World Traveler Program
Did you know that you could receive a FREE round trip plane ticket* when you study at one of our international campuses or international partner institutions? You can! Webster University encourages you to take advantage of our special program when applying to study abroad at one of our unique international campuses. The Webster World Traveler Program (WWTP) helps to provide students with the opportunity to become well-educated world travelers.
In order to be eligible for the WWTP, students must submit all application materials by the Study Abroad deadlines listed below. This award is not guaranteed and applicants must meet all eligibility requirements and conditions to receive the award. Please refer to the WWTP form for complete listings of all eligibility requirements and conditions of the award.
*Conditions and restrictions apply. Please see the WWTP form for more details.
Summer: February 20
Spring: September 20
Fall: March 20
Webster Leads Program
In today’s real world, learning about Leadership is more important than ever before.
WebsterLEADS provides a self-paced, co-curricular, leadership education experience that students complete with the guidance of peers and veteran WebsterLEADS participants. Each participant’s involvement culminates with receiving the Leadership Certificate, which is awarded when students complete the entire curriculum, and usually coincides with graduation.
The core components of the program include:
- Leadership Classes
- Leadership Retreats
- Professional Development Workshops
- Student Learning Project
- Practical Leadership Experience
Contact Christine Benninger for more details.