Webster Students Moving in: Geneva, Thailand, St. Louis

| August 22, 2011
Webster University Thailand

New students gather at Webster University's Thailand campus.

Last week we shared pictures from Webster University New Student Orientation in St. Louis and Vienna.

But that wasn’t the half of it. New undergraduate students were welcomed to campuses throughout the Webster network last week, including Thailand, pictured above.

In St. Louis, the incoming class includes the nation’s top-ranked high school tennis player (also a very good student) as well as seven valedictorians, with the full class hailing from Oregon to Maine, California to Alabama.

Webster University 2011 Orientation Leaders

2011 New Student Orientation leaders in St. Louis

Webster University Geneva

Webster University Geneva

Tenzi Lama of Nepal helps students move in at Webster Geneva.

The Geneva campus is welcoming 75 freshmen students this semester, which will more than fill up the beds in the on-campus Living and Learning Center.

Included in that group are 15 transfer students and 11 study abroad participants.

Geneva orientation activities included a day train to Montreux (home of the Montreux Jazz Festival), a lakeside walk to the Chateau de Chillon, and a boat ride back to Geneva.

School of Education

Meanwhile, at the home campus in St. Louis, new School of Education students and their parents posed for a photo at the H. Sam Priest Center (a photo taken by the Marketing Office’s Claudia Burris — a Webster School of Education alumna herself).

Webster University School of Education

New students and parents in the School of Education



Category: International & U.S. Campuses, St. Louis Campus News, Student Affairs and News

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