Online Military Students | Webster University

Online Learning for Military Students


Dedication to our Military Student

Webster University supports our active-duty service members and veterans.  Our online format offers the convenience and flexibility to help balance education with duty, family, and career.

We support our military in the following ways:

  • Reduced tuition rates and fee waivers for U.S. Active-Duty Military, Reservists, National Guard and First Responders.
  • Participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program.
  • Participation in the TA Top-Up Program.
  • Military-friendly change of orders withdrawal policy.
  • Acceptance of military credits with our generous transfer policies of 43 and growing cooperative degree programs.
  • Acceptance of military credits earned through DANTES/CLEP exams.
  • Advisors trained to assist with military and VA benefits.
  • Office of Military Affairs to support military students.

Webster University has trained advisors with the knowledge to assist military students with:

  • Transfer of military training and prior coursework
  • Assistance with military and VA benefits
  • Academic Advising

Study While You Serve

Pursue a degree entirely online or combine your education experience by taking both classroom and online courses. No matter where you are in the world, Webster University makes education available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We offer over 55 online programs of study, Undergraduate courses are 8-16 weeks, and Graduate courses last 8-9 weeks.

Here to Help

Our Office of Military Affairs is available to assist military students with education-related issues at Webster University. They also serve as the primary point of contact for Educational Service Officers and Voluntary Education Coordinators for service member issues. They can be reached at 1-800-981-9801 (ext VETS), or via email at .

Webster University is not affiliated with the Department of Defense or any Military Service and images including incidental uniformed military personnel, facilities, or Military Service Marks do not imply endorsement by the Department of Defense or any Military Service.