For group visits, please contact Patti Baygents at 314-246-4216 or email@example.com.
Although you learn a great deal about Webster University through this web site and our publications, it is impossible to simulate the feeling you will experience when you step foot on one of our campuses.
By sitting in on classes, talking with professors, or just hanging out on campus, you'll get a real sense of whether Webster is right for you.
The best time to visit Webster is when classes are in session. That means Monday through Friday in either the fall (September through early December) or spring (late January through April).
Summer visits are welcome, but may be more limited in scope. Individual weekend visits are generally not available.
Every campus visit is individually planned to meet the needs of each student. Here is a list of possibilities you may want to consider:
A campus visit may be as short as two hours or as long as a full day, depending on your interests and time availability. Our admission staff will make every effort to accommodate your needs and schedule.
If you are planning to visit the St. Louis campus, fill out our online form, or email firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the date you wish to visit. You may also call the Office of Admission at 314-246-7800 or 1-800-753-6765 with your request. To visit other Webster campuses, please contact the individual campus you wish to visit.
You can make your visit to Webster an active learning experience by participating fully. Tell us about yourself, don't be afraid to ask questions, and look around carefully. Before you visit, take some time to prepare some questions you may wish to ask. Please feel free to dress casually, and wear comfortable walking shoes if you plan a campus tour.
There are numerous hotels available in the area, including several near campus, that offer discounted rates. Please refer to a list of recommended hotels below.
Best Western - Kirkwood Inn
1200 S. Kirkwood Rd.
St. Louis, MO 631 22
Located at I-44 and Hwy. 67/Lindbergh
Drury Inn & Suites - St. Louis Forest Park
2111 Sulpher Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63139
Located at I-44 and Hampton Ave.
Hampton Inn - Sunset Hills
1580 S. Kirkwood Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63127
Located at 1-44 and Hwy. 67/Lindbergh
SpringHill Suites St. Louis - Brentwood
1231 Strassner Drive
Brentwood, MO 63144
Located at I-64/Hwy. 40 and Hanley Road
Note: These hotels may offer special "Webster Rates," depending on the time of the year and occupancy level. Call the hotel directly to inquire.
Webster University is located in Webster Groves, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. Our location is conveniently reached from the following interstate highways:
From Interstate 44:
Take the Elm Avenue exit (Exit #280) north to Lockwood Avenue. Turn right on Lockwood Avenue and proceed one mile to campus. The Office of Admission is located at 470 East Lockwood Avenue in historic Webster Hall. Visitor parking is available along the circle drive directly in front of Webster Hall.
From Interstate 64/Highway 40:
Take Hanley Road south two miles to Big Bend Blvd. Turn right on Big Bend Blvd. and then right on Lockwood Avenue. The Office of Admission is located at 470 East Lockwood Avenue in historic Webster Hall. Visitor parking is available along the circle drive directly in front of Webster Hall.
From the Airport:
Take Interstate 70 West about five miles to Interstate 270 South. Proceed southbound on I-270 approximately 15 miles to Interstate 44 East. Take I-44 East to the Elm Avenue exit (Exit #280). Turn left on Elm (northbound) to Lockwood Avenue. Turn right on Lockwood Avenue and proceed one mile to campus. The Office of Admission is located at 470 East Lockwood Avenue in historic Webster Hall. Visitor parking is available along the circle drive directly in front of Webster Hall.
Click here to see a map of Webster University's Home Campus.
If you are from out of town, we hope you have time to enjoy the many activities and attractions the St. Louis area offers. The world-famous Gateway Arch, St. Louis Science Center, Union Station, Saint Louis Zoo, Museum of Transportation, and riverboat cruises are just some of the possibilities. All of these attractions are less than 20 minutes from campus.
Webster's campus is nestled in the picturesque suburb of Webster Groves, noted for historic Victorian homes, shops and restaurants.
It's also minutes away from St. Louis attractions like historic Forest Park, Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum, and the U. City Loop's eclectic stores, clubs and restaurants.
Downtown St. Louis offers a variety of acclaimed restaurants, entertainment districts, and professional sports.