Webster University is ranked 6th by the Community for Accredited Online Schools’ Best Online Colleges for 2016-2017. You can check out the complete ranking here: www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/online-colleges/.
by Sarah Reando, Reference Librarian Finding Library Books: A Guide for Online Students At Webster University Library, we strive to make sure that online and extended campus students have access to our helpful online and print resources. You may have
By John Link Networking with professionals in your field of interest can assist with growing your contact network, learning about opportunities related to your areas of expertise, and obtaining inside information about companies you’re interested in working for. The list
By John Link Preparing for an interview can be very stressful. Some of the most common questions we believe are the easiest to answer are often the most challenging. There is no one-size-fits all interview format, but it is likely
By Julie Smith My name is Julie and I am here to help you survive the rest of the campaign season. If you’re like me, you’re fairly desperate for the election to be OVER. (Heck, I’ve been ready since January.
By John Link A networking pitch is a brief, thoughtfully prepared and practiced branding message about your professional self. It should be delivered with purpose and last no longer than one minute. For students and soon-to-be graduates, your networking pitch
By John Link Cover letters are arguably the most important part of an application. A resume is a concise, targeted summary that describes a candidate’s strongest experiences, skills, and abilities for the position they’re applying for. A cover letter gives
The Online Learning Center is looking for students who are new to their program and are wanting to share their positive experiences. We are looking for you to record your own short video which we will edit and share on
By Marguerite Epps, Webster University MBA Student When I first started working on my MBA degree at Webster University, I was somewhat hesitant about the journey because it had been some time since completing my bachelor’s degree. I believe that
By Alyssa Potter, Webster University BA-Public Relations student Oftentimes online classes are preferred by non-traditional students, such as parents looking to boost their income by earning a degree or busy professionals hoping to advance his or her career by acquiring