UNDERGRADUATE APPLICATION FOR READMISSION
Students interested in readmitting to Webster University are subject to the policies and procedures described in
the current undergraduate catalog.
Global Citizenship Program:
Degree requirements – 6 credit hours as indicated below:
FRSH 1200 First Year Seminar 3 credit hours or designated substitute for transfer students
Global Citizenship Program Keystone Seminar 3 credit hours
General Course Requirements: 24 credit hours of knowledge/skills courses. Each GCP course is coded for a
knowledge area and a skill. You need:
Knowledge Areas (24 total credits): Roots of Cultures (6 hours—two different prefixes); Social Systems and
Human Behavior (6 hours—two different prefixes); Physical and Natural World (3 hours); Global
Understanding (3 hours); Arts Appreciation (3 hours); Quantitative Literacy (3 hours).
Skills Requirements: All students must complete three credit hours in courses coded for each of the following
skills: Written Communication; Oral Communication; Critical Thinking; Intercultural Competence; and Ethical
Students will usually complete the Skills Requirement with courses in the GCP Course Requirements but may
also complete it with appropriately coded courses within their major, or within other coded courses not part of
Students are required to complete 30 of their last 36 credit hours directly from Webster University.
Departmental residency requirements for the particular major must also be met.
Students who left the University on academic probation and who are accepted for readmission will be
readmitted on academic probation. Failure to earn a 2.0 GPA in the returning semester will result in dismissal.
Students who were academically dismissed from the University must have completed at least 12 transferable
credit hours from another college or university and must have been away from Webster University for at least
one year. Dismissed students, if accepted for readmission, may be readmitted on academic probation. Dismissed
students who are readmitted on academic probation and who fail to earn a 2.0 GPA in their first semester upon
return to the University are dismissed with no opportunity for appeal.
Business Office Holds
Students who have holds on their accounts from the Business Office will not be accepted for readmission or be
able to register until all financial problems have been resolved. Students with pre-payment holds will be
required to pay their full tuition at the time of registration.
Disciplinary Sanctions Holds
Students who have holds on their registration due to disciplinary sanctions must complete those sanctions and
have the hold removed by the Associate Dean of Student Affairs before they will be considered for readmission
or allowed to register.