Colorado Springs Hosts Centennial Event

Nov. 24, 2015

Colorado Springs Hosts Centennial Event
Colorado Springs campus leaders and partners mark 100 years of Webster University.

The Colorado Springs metro campus location recent celebrated Webster University’s centennial with a ribbon-cutting event marking the University's 100 years.

Webster Colorado Springs alumni champion Jerome Ford, campus director Margaret Reed, and Regional Business Alliance chair John Wilson each spoke briefly about Webster University and its contribution to Colorado Springs, and how the University prepares students for the next century.

The event also gave the Colorado Springs campus another opportunity to showcase for community leaders and citizens Webster's stellar programs, great customer service and success as a  nonprofit education leader.

About the Webster University Centennial

To honor 100 years of changing lives and building strong communities, Webster University is recognizing its Centennial anniversary with a year-long celebration from September 2014 through November 2015. The year of celebration includes festivities and centennial-oriented events involving all Webster campus locations. 

It is also an opportunity to pause and remember the forward thinking nature of those who have contributed over the last 100 years to make Webster University what it is in 2015. Finally, it is a time to look forward and think of how Webster's future will be defined and imagined as it moves into its second century focusing on:

  • Global innovation through inclusive leadership
  • Global, student-centered experiences
  • A network of academic and operational excellence
  • Strategic and sustainable development

 Learn more at www.webster.edu/centennial.

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