Snapshots: Welcome Students, Share Photos Using #new2webster

| August 21, 2014
Orientation Leaders and volunteers worked to unload and move students' belongings into the residence halls.

Orientation Leaders and volunteers worked to unload and move students’ belongings into the residence halls.

President Stroble was on hand to welcome new students and their parents for New Student Orientation weekend.

President Stroble was on hand to welcome new students and their parents for New Student Orientation weekend.

Throughout the world, Webster University campuses are welcoming students this month in preparation for the beginning of the fall term.

New Student Orientation, four days of activities and information to provide tools to ensure a successful beginning to students’ Webster experience, kicked off today, with Webster staffers welcoming new first year and transfer students to the home campus.

Wherever you are in the Webster University network, remember that this is an exciting, pivotal time of the year in each student’s life. Reach out, extend a welcome, and show them why they’ve joined an inclusive environment with people dedicated to helping them succeed.

Share photos for the new academic year using #new2webster on Facebook and Twitter.

Share photos for the new academic year using #new2webster on Facebook and Twitter.

Got Pics? Post with Hashtag!

As in years past, we encourage Webster community members at all locations to share photos and blurbs of any events welcoming students to your campus. If you have a photo, an anecdote, or a even a post on Facebook that depicts engaging students for the fall term, post them using #new2webster at Facebook and Twitter.

Residence Hall Move-In Day

At the home campus, student and staff volunteers braved the heat to help new students move into their on-campus housing for the 2014-2015 academic year. View photos of the home campus welcome at the Webster University Facebook page.

Orientation Leaders and volunteers worked to unload and move students' belongings into the residence halls.

Orientation Leaders and volunteers worked to unload and move students’ belongings into the residence halls.

 

 

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