webster university courses of study are approved for veterans' educational benefits in compliance with prescribed regulations by special approval agencies in each state and for each country where the university offers programs.
the u.s. department of veterans affairs (va) requires approval for the student to enroll in more than the minimum number of credit hours required for the graduate degree. this approval may be requested on the program option request form.
veterans' educational benefits may be reduced for directed studies and 1-credit-hour seminars. non-degree students and students working on the m.a.t. advanced graduate certificate are not eligible for veterans' educational benefits.
if veterans' educational benefits apply, the regional va office will be notified of
the date on which a student officially ceases attendance. records of progress are
kept by the institution on both veteran and non-veteran students. progress records
are available to all students at the end of each scheduled term. additional information
may be obtained from the office of the registrar at the st. louis home campus:
office of the registrar
loretto hall 63
phone: (314) 968-7450 | (800) 987-3447
alternative fax: 314-963-6037
yellow ribbon program
webster university proudly participates in the va's yellow ribbon gi education program, designed to help military students avoid out-of-pocket tuition and fees that may exceed the post 9/11 gi bill® tuition benefit.
education benefit programs
the va administers a variety of education benefit programs. many veterans and active duty personnel can qualify for more than one education benefits program, including:
- the post-9/11 gi bill®
- montgomery gi bill® - active duty (mgib-ad)
- montgomery gi bill® - selected reserve (mgib-sr)
- reserve educational assistance program (reap)
- veterans educational assistance program (veap)
- educational assistance test program (section 901)
- survivors' and dependents' educational assistance program (dea)
- national call to service program
- veterans retraining assistance program
online and st. louis-area campuses - bill fenlon
va certification (St. Louis & online) | Representative - registrar's office
extended military and metro campuses
if you attend classes on a military base or metro campus, please contact your local campus for va certification needs.
vetsuccess on campus counselor (vsoc) - jason blakemore
become a gorlok
whether you’re seeking to start your academic journey or continue what you already started, we'll help you achieve academic excellence while serving for your country. the first step is to fill out our application.
returning military services
get the help you need when transitioning from military service to the college experience.
va work-study program
take full advantage of your va benefits at our home campus by joining the va work-study program.
webster university is not affiliated with the department of defense or any military service and images including incidental uniformed military personnel, facilities, or military service marks do not imply endorsement by the department of defense or any military service.