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Webster Wins National Awards

Webster University won three national awards for its efforts to register students to vote and to get them to the polls on election day. 

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Highest US News Ranking

Webster earned its highest ranking in the annual U.S. News & World Report College ranking, moving up six spots from last year, and 16 spots in just over a decade.

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Brennae Jackson (left) and Tekoa Bell (right)

Suggs Scholars

Two incoming freshmen from St. Louis were named the 2019 Suggs Scholars at Webster University.

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CACREP Accreditation

The Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs accredited Webster University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program for its Charleston, Myrtle Beach and Columbia locations in South Carolina through October of 2027.

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Alumni Help Bring 'Frozen 2' to Life

December 12, 2019

Take notice when watching the hit Disney film "Frozen 2," currently in theatres. While set in a fantastic imaginary kingdom filled with magic, singing and an anthropomorphic snowman, astute viewers may spot a lot of Webster University hidden between the frames of the film. Webster graduates Leah Latham and Ashley Lam both contributed to the layout and production of the blockbuster hit.

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Accounts Payable Year End Date Reminder

December 12, 2019

Before we start wrapping up 2019, Accounts Payable would like to advise faculty and staff that the final check run in December will be Friday, Dec. 20, 2019. Accounts Payable would also like to remind everyone that if you are submitting an invoice that will be paying a contact, subscription or any goods or service that extends past Sunday, May 31, 2020, this invoice is considered prepay and must be identified.

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The training was developed in consultation with SafeColleges, which administers an online training platform addressing critical issues like Title IX compliance.

Mandatory Title IX Training for All Students, Employees

December 11, 2019

Webster University has prepared new training in Title IX awareness and compliance, which will be required for all students, faculty and staff beginning on Jan. 21, 2020. The training was developed this fall by Webster’s Title IX Office in consultation with SafeColleges. Federal regulation compliance requires community education. This training aligns with that requirement while communicating Webster’s belief in the importance of informed, healthy interactions among students, faculty and staff.

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