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Mentoring at Webster University

There are several mentoring opportunities available at Webster.

Learning Communities and the first-year experience

Learning communities are groups of like-minded new students who choose to learn together, study together, and explore their fields of interest together. http://www.webster.edu/learning-communities/ First-year students are encouraged to Sign-Up For A Learning Community During Registration! The online form contains a list of the Learning Communities:

  • Communications
  • Creative Exploration
  • Social Justice
  • Education
  • Global Engagement
  • Pathways
  • Scholars
  • Entrepreneurship
  • First Generation

For a detailed list of the Learning Communities, check this link: http://www.webster.edu/learning-communities/communities.html

Students participating in a Learning Community will receive:

  • immediate access to a community of students who share similar social and academic interests
  • encouragement to participate in leadership experiences
  • invitation to participate in outside classroom experiences that relate to their course curriculum
  • additional academic support from their faculty, staff, and peers
  • opportunities to build mentoring relationships with upperclass students