Every student is assigned to an academic advisor who provides personalized guidance throughout the entire program of study. The advisor assists students with course selection and all related academic issues. Click on the link above for the following forms: off-campus study request; transcript request; graduate thesis guidelines.
Please follow this link for information about academic ground rules including the Honor Code, class attendance, and homework guidelines.
Student Code of Conduct: Extended Campuses
Please follow this link for information about Statement of Ethics, student responsibilities, threatening, abusive, or harassing behavior, and other important information regarding Student Code of Conduct.
The Connections Portal is an interactive portal with numerous features designed to help students interact more effectively with the university and with fellow students. Important information such as final grades, the degree audit and course enrollment information is posted on Connections.
The Vienna campus has three computer labs with modern workstations. The study lab is available for independent work and is staffed by a lab assistant.
Students may contact the Writing Center for support in writing skills including grammar, academic writing, citation formats and editing.
The Media Center
The Media Center organizes student and faculty use of audio-visual and digital equipment.
The Schoen Library
The library has more than 10,000 books with an emphasis on the academic areas of interest at Webster. Several business magazines and newspapers are also available.
University Textbook Service
Textbooks and other printed materials required for Webster University Vienna coursework are complementary with tuition. To collect these materials, students have only to come to the Textbook Service on the second floor and sign their names.
Career Development Center
The Career Development Center provides individual career coaching, connections to job and internship opportunities, information and links to job search resources, access to guest lectures and career workshops, as well as several other tools to prepare students and alumni to compete successfully in the job market after graduation.
The Counseling and Psychological Testing Services are free and available to all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as staff and faculty members.
The Student Affairs Coordinator and staff assist you with a variety of issues such as visa questions, housing, and general information about getting along at the Webster campus and in the beautiful city of Vienna.