Student Services

Student Affairs is responsible for all co-curricular programs, housing and residential life, health services, new student orientations, Work Study Scholarships service positions, and the Webster Leads Program.

The team consists of the Student Service Coordinator, the Resident Assistant, the Global Program Coordinator and the Student Assistant. We respond to student concerns and problems of all varieties, make referrals to the appropriate administrative resources, advise on policies and stay involved in all judicial affairs proceedings.

When planning and organizing co-curricular activities throughout the year to enhance the campus community, we welcome volunteers to help out and encourage participation in these events. Annual events include the Graduation Ceremony, BBQ's, Thanksgiving dinner, Holiday evenings, SGA events, European Webster football tournament, Community Service Day and others.

Christine Benninger is Student Services Coordinator at the Leiden Campus.

Student Identification Cards
Cards will be ordered during the New Student Orientation. Cards arrive 6-8 weeks later from St. Louis.
If you do not have your card by this time please contact benninger@webster.nl

Out-of-Class Proctoring Appointments
Webster Student Services offers free out-of-Class Proctoring Appointments for approved students.

Student's Responsibilities:

  • Obtain instructor's approval (by email) to test outside class.
  • To schedule the out-of-class exam at least 2 weeks prior to the class test date by filling out the required form.  
  • To notify the instructor, of the date and time by which the test needs to arrive at Student Services. (We will also go through the department to notify the instructor once an appointment has been made, if we do not already have the test in our possession.)
  • To arrive on time for the testing appointment.
  • Please fill out the required form

Suggestion Form
We welcome your feedback! Please take a moment to complete our online form with your comments and suggestions as we continue to strive to improve all our student services.

International Opportunities
Webster offers students a global, personalized education. Our international programs extend from Europe to Asia, providing the opportunities, experiences, and perspectives that define a global education.

With campuses on three continents, students from nearly every country in the world, and an international faculty, Webster is one of a kind — a school with a vision to join theory and practice, encourage creativity and scholarship, and foster a lifelong desire to learn and actively serve communities and the world.

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U.S campuses authorized to accept non-U.S. citizens: Authorized US Campuses (PDF)

Those students interested in transferring to another campus temporarily or permanently may contact the Student Services Coordinator for information.

Application Deadlines:
Summer: February 20
Spring: September 20
Fall: March 20

Webster World Traveler Program
Did you know that you could receive a FREE round-trip plane ticket* when you study at one of our international campuses or international partner institutions? You can! Webster University encourages you to take advantage of our special program when applying to study abroad at one of our unique international campuses. The Webster World Traveler Program (WWTP) helps to provide students with the opportunity to become well-educated world travelers.

In order to be eligible for the WWTP, students must submit all application materials by the Study Abroad deadlines listed below. This award is not guaranteed, and applicants must meet all eligibility requirements and conditions to receive it. Please refer to the WWTP form for complete listings of all eligibility requirements and conditions of the award.

Good Luck!

*Conditions and restrictions apply. Please see the WWTP form for more details.


The WebsterLEADS Program Requirements

Core Components

Achieving the WebsterLEADS Leadership Certificate requires completion of the Core Components below, repeating two components, and additional Webster Leiden requirements.

The Core Components of the program include:

LEADERSHIP CLASSES

Participants take one course during their Webster career and it is normally taken in the second year of study in Leiden.

EDEX 2750 Student Leadership Development (3cr.)

A semester-long course in leadership skills assessment, leadership theory, interpersonal communications, leading in a diverse community, teamwork, ethical decision making, motivation, organizational dynamics, goal setting, and promotion. May be taken as part of the leadership certificate program or separately. Prerequisite: Permission of the coordinator of the leadership program, Student Services Coordinator; Christine Benninger benninger@webster.nl

LEADERSHIP RETREATS

These provide interactive, reflective, and learning community approaches to understanding leadership. The Program Director at each campus can tell you specific dates for retreat for your campus. Webster European Retreat is usually held during Fall Break for Second and Third year students.

Senior Retreat is held for fourth year students in the Spring semester and is required for the LEADS program. 3rd year students may participate with prior approval from the program coordinator.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS

Workshops are offered at key points throughout the year and will focus on career-related issues such as personal budgeting, resume writing, networking, and interviewing. Certificate participants must attend four workshops to complete this particular requirement. Program Directors will promote workshop opportunities on each campus throughout the year.

SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT

The most common way is that students complete forty hours of service with a non-profit agency or organization that is local to the campus community - or with a group somewhere else (perhaps near home) with whom they already have an existing relationship. Students submit a proposal for their SLP that must receive approval of the Program Director at the campus where the service will take place, and will complete reflection of their experience when it is completed.

PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

The Practical Leadership Experience (PLE) is a concrete application of a student's leadership knowledge and skills that enhances the campus community and directly contributes to campus student life. Students are required to complete a PLE in a position of leadership on campus, which must least a minimum of a full academic semester (exceptions made for Orientation Leaders at any campus).

Leiden Campus Requirements

  • NSO Student Team Participation
  • ETHICS UNWRAPPED
  • All LEADS students will be required to attend one session per year in and participate in an open discussion on Dealing with Ethical Dilemmas on Campus.
  • Participation in Town Hall Meetings
  • All students join F2F and virtually to pose questions and comments to the Managing Directors and the Student Services Coordinator.
  • Participation in the Webster European Summit when held in Leiden (once every three years)
  • A spring two event held in collaboration with and rotating between the Leiden, Vienna and Geneva campuses. The weekend long event consists of a Student Government Workshop and Campus presentation, A Soccer Tournament, Webster’s Got Talent, and a Graduate student component.

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Contact Christine Benninger for more details.

WebsterLEADS Information Booklet (PDF)