The Transitions program serves students who are conditionally accepted to the university and have 30 or fewer hours of college coursework completed. Transitions is an individualized program tailored to fit student needs and to emphasize each student’s strengths in order to reach their academic potential through:
The Transition & Academic Prep (TAP) program is an exciting 10-day residential program held each July for students accepted to Webster through the Transitions program. The TAP program will be held at Webster University’s main campus in Webster Groves, MO. Students accepted into the program will receive materials with a detailed program itinerary upon registration.
There is no cost to students participating in the residential program. Students will live on campus for the duration of the program, including weekends, in one of the residence halls where all meals and lodging are provided.
Program components & benefits
In the Writing course (WRIT 1000) you will:
The chief mentor throughout the Transitions program is:
Transitions Program Coordinator
Academic Advisory Center
Complete and submit your registration online by early April for the ten-day program in July Register for TAP. You will be emailed additional program information after you have successfully registered for the program.
You will receive a confirmation email once you are registered for the program. You will also receive a packet detailing everything you need to know about the program including what to bring and when to check in. In addition, you will be invited to join a social media group to get to know others in the program and your Resident Assistants (RAs) who will also be available for mentoring.