Snapshots: New Student Orientation around the World

| August 25, 2014
Webster Vienna Orientation

The first new student orientation at Vienna’s new location in the Palais Wenkheim forms a “W.”

Each fall, New Student Orientation for undergraduates is a maze of activity at Webster University campuses around the world. Activities range from move-ins, ice-breakers, guest speakers, local food and introductions to the various staff and services available on campus that help make each student’s Webster experience a success.

With this year’s orientations wrapped up and students already participating in their first classes, have a look at orientation scenes from around the world of Webster:

Webster Geneva

Students tour the city of Geneva during Webster’s 2014 New Student Orientation.

St. Louis

At the home campus in Webster Groves, where Webster University was founded in 1915, new students experienced a packed weekend. See photos of orientation in St. Louis on Facebook here.

Vienna

This month marked the first new student orientation at Webster Vienna’s new campus location in the Palais Wenkheim.

See photos on Facebook and read more about orientation in Vienna here.

Leiden

In the Netherlands, new students at Webster Leiden got to know one another, tasted local food, and had a glimpse of Leiden’s famous canals. See photos of their social evening at Webster Leiden’s Facebook page.

Webster University Leiden orientation

Welcome to Leiden!

Thailand

Orientation for new students at Webster University Thailand was held at the Sheraton Resort in Hua Hin. See photos on Facebook here.

Geneva

In Switzerland, Webster Geneva’s new student orientation wrapped up with bowling at Bowling de La Praille. See more photos from Webster Geneva on Facebook here.

If you have a photo, an anecdote, or a even a post on Facebook that depicts engaging students for the fall term, share them using #new2webster at Facebook and Twitter.

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

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