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University Center Hours Changing Fall 2019

August 22, 2019

The University Center in Webster Groves has analyzed usage data over the last academic year and made the decision to adjust hours of operation to better utilize student employment funding while still serving the needs of the campus community. Revised hours of operation will begin Aug. 25. We will continue to work with departments and student organizations who wish to have events outside of these hours using our Extra Hours process.

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View resources at webster.edu/mcisa

International Student Orientation Schedule, Resources

August 19, 2019

Orientation for international students studying in St. Louis has begun and continues as undergraduates arrive this week. Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs invites you to view the schedule, review their website resources at webster.edu/mcisa or email with any questions. Thank you for helping extend a warm welcome to the newest global Gorloks!

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Nyzhnyk's U.S. Open title is the 57th national title won by a Webster chess team member.

Webster Student Wins 120th Chess U.S. Open Championship

August 14, 2019

Webster University graduate student and chess team member Illia Nyzhnyk has won the prestigious 120th U.S. Open Championship. Lazaro Bruzon, a fellow grandmaster and Webster teammate, finished 2nd. This builds on a successful summer for Nyzhnyk, who is ranked 77th in the world after winning the National Open in June and the U.S. g/10 and U.S. g/60 championships in July. These are the 55th, 56th, 57th, and 58th national titles won by members of the Webster chess team since the program was formed.

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Students wishing to establish a preferred name in time for the fall term should submit a request by Aug. 16.

Students Can Submit Preferred Name Requests

August 09, 2019

Beginning in the 2019-20 academic year Webster University is implementing a policy and procedures enabling students to designate a preferred first name on internal University-based systems (including email). Students wanting to establish a a preferred name on University-based systems should submit a request through the Preferred Name form, accessible via Connections. To establish a change before the fall term, submit a request by Aug. 16.

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