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Mentoring at Webster University

There are several mentoring opportunities available at Webster.


Webster defines "first generation" as any student whose parents did not graduate from a four-year college or university. This means that you are the first in your family to attend a four-year college/university to attain a bachelor's degree. Being first-generation is a very proud accomplishment. The First-Generation Students Mentor program is in the planning stage:

Programs & Services

Webster University provides both academic and social opportunities, and our programs are open to anyone who feels they may be helpful. If you identify as a first generation student, please let us know, so that we can keep you informed of relevant programs, services, and opportunities. You can sign up for the Webster First group at

Programs and services:

  • Academic Advising
  • Academic Resource Center – tutors, writing center, academic counseling, accommodations
    • Transitions Program
    • Summer TAP Program
  • Connection Leaders
  • Counseling & Life Development
  • Dean of Students office – emergency loans and money for textbooks program
  • Financial Aid office
  • Multicultural Center and International Student Affairs
  • First-Year Experience Program – programs, services, and advising to help students stay enrolled
  • Office of Student Engagement – how to get involved at Webster
  • Student Health Services
  • Financial literacy events