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Webster University

President and Provost Message to the St. Louis community

September 08, 2017

The possible outcomes in the case of a St. Louis police officer charged with murder have many in our region on edge. No matter the case's outcome, we recognize the issues at stake impact the lives of many. We ask that members of our community consider these issues while continuing to treat each other with respect, empathy and understanding. Operationally, we are monitoring the situation and are prepared to make any decisions in the event response to the verdict disrupts access to our campuses.

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Public Safety

Parking on Lot K, G Restricted during Repertory Theatre Season

September 04, 2017

As a reminder for students, faculty and staff: Evening parking is restricted on Lots K and G during the Repertory Theatre season. The season begins on Sept. 6, when the Rep assumes control of those lots after 6 p.m. Faculty, staff and student vehicles parked there during the day must be removed from the lots by 6 p.m. or be subject to tickets and/or tow.

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Public Safety

New Version of Webster Alerts Launches This Week

August 01, 2017

Beginning today, community members will receive an e-mail announcing the updated version of Webster Alerts, with instructions on how to make sure you receive these alerts on your cell phone or another email address. Webster Alerts the primary messaging system for letting students, faculty and staff know when there is an emergency on or near campus, or to notify of campus closures caused by severe weather, power outages or other factors.

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Public Safety information

Fire Suppression System Obstruction Testing

July 08, 2016

Beginning July 13, Greenland Fire Protection, accompanied by Officer David Heil, will be on campus to service the fire suppression system. The work will include checking and replacement of gauges and valves and checking lines for obstructions or corrosion. The work is scheduled to take place from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the dates and locations outlined in this post.

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