List of Webster University campus locations

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This is a list of Webster University campus location.

Locations[edit]

U.S. Locations[edit]

A campus location provides student services and offers all classes a student would need to complete a degree. Webster University operates the following campus locations throughout the United States:[1]

  • Albuquerque Metropolitan Campus - N.M.; opened October 1985.
  • Andrews Air Force Base - Md.; opened June 2004.
  • Bolling Air Force Base - D.C.; opened May 1987.
  • Beaufort Naval Hospital - S.C.; opened August 1979.
  • Bureau of Medicine and Surgery - D.C.; opened June 2003.
  • Brooks City-Base - Texas; opened January 1976.
  • Camp Bullis - Texas; opened September 2006.
  • Camp Lejeune - N.C.; opened October 1993.
  • Charleston Air Force Base - S.C.; opened August 1975.
  • Charleston Metropolitan Campus - S.C.; opened April 2004.
  • Charleston Naval Base - S.C.; opened August 1975.
  • Colorado Springs Metropolitan Campus - Colo.; opened October 1985.
  • Columbia Metropolitan Campus - S.C.; opened August 2000.
  • Denver Metropolitan Campus - Colo.; opened March 1983.
  • Edwards Air Force Base - Calif.; opened October 1998.
  • Elgin Metropolitan Campus - Illl.; opened January 2008; formerly Crystal Lake Campus; formerly Chicago Metropolitan Campus.
  • Fairchild Air Force Base - Wash.; opened October 1999.
  • Fayetteville Regional Campus - Ark.; opened January 1999.
  • Fort Belvoir - Va.; opened January 2005.
  • Fort Bliss - Texas; opened October 1976.
  • Fort Bragg - N.C.; opened August 2001.
  • Fort Irwin - Calif.; opened August 2002.
  • Fort Jackson - S.C.; opened August 1983.
  • Fort Leavenworth - Kan.; Command and General Staff College; opened January 1998.
  • Fort Leonard Wood - Mo.; opened August 1974.
  • Fort Sam Houston - Texas; opened January 1976.
  • Fort Sill - Okla.; opened October 1989.
  • Fort Smith Metropolitan Campus - Ark.; opened May 1989.
  • Fort Stewart - Ga.; opened August 2002.
  • Great Lakes Naval Base - Ill.; opened October 1975.
  • Greenville Metropolitan Campus - S.C.; opened August 1993.
  • Hill Air Force Base - Utah; opened October 2000.
  • Hunter Army Air Field - Ga.; opened August 2002.
  • Irvine Metropolitan Campus - Calif.; opened January 1993.
  • Jacksonville Metropolitan Campus - Fla.; opened May 1993.
  • Jacksonville Naval Air Station - Fla.; opened August 1990.
  • Kansas City Metropolitan Campus - Mo.,; August 1979
  • Kirtland Air Force Base - N.M.; opened October 1977.
  • Lackland Air Force Base - Texas; opened January 1990.
  • Lakeland and Brandon Campus - Fla.; opened January 1999.
  • Little Rock Air Force Base - Ark.; opened March 1975.
  • Little Rock Metropolitan Campus - Ark; opened May 1986.
  • Los Angeles Air Force Base - Calif.; opened August 1997.
  • Luke Air Force Base - Ariz.; opened August 2000.
  • Louisville Metropolitan Campus - Ky.; opened March 1981; formerly Jefferson Metropolitan Campus, Ind.
  • Marymount Webster Weekend College - Calif.; opened November 1994.
  • McConnell Air Force Base - Kan.; opened May 1976.
  • Memphis Naval Support Activity - Tenn.; opened January 2002.
  • Merritt Island Campus - Fla.; opened August 1995.
  • Moody Air Force Base - Ga.; opened August 2003.
  • Myrtle Beach Metropolitan Campus - S.C.; opened January 2003.
  • Ocala Metropolitan Campus - Fla.; opened October 1997.
  • Old Post Office Campus- St. Louis, Mo.; opened September 1974; formerly Downtown St. Louis; moved to Old Post Office in January 2006.
  • Orlando Metropolitan Campus - Fla.; opened September 1990.
  • Orlando South Campus - Fla.; opened October 1995.
  • Ozarks Regional Campus - Springfield, Mo.; opened August 1998.
  • Palm Bay Campus - Fla.; opened March 1997.
  • Patrick Air Force Base - Fla.; opened August 2002.
  • Peterson Air Force Base - Colo.; opened August 1977.
  • Pope Air Force Base - N.C.; opened October 1975.
  • Randolph Air Force Base - Texas; opened January 2002.
  • Rolla Metropolitan Campus - Mo.; opened March 1996.
  • San Diego Metropolitan Campus - Calif.; opened May 1989.
  • Sarasota-Manatee Metropolitan Campus - Fla.; opened August 2000.
  • Shaw Air Force Base - S.C.; opened March 2003.
  • Scott Air Force Base - Ill.; opened April 1974.
  • St. Louis home campus - Mo.; opened September 1915.
  • Tampa Bay Metropolitan Campus - St. Petersburg, Fla.; opened in March 2007; also known as St. Petersburg Metropolitan campus.
  • Tinker Air Force Base - Fla.; opened January 1990.
  • Westport - St. Louis, Mo.; opened October 1983; moved from Northwest Plaza in 2004.
  • Whiteman Air Force Base - Mo.; opened March 1991.
  • WingHaven - St. Charles, Mo.; opened August 2002.

The subsequent campus groups include the following:

  • Charleston area campuses - includes Charleston Air Force Base; Charleston Metropolitan Campus; and Charleston Naval Base.
  • Orlando campuses - includes Orlando Metropolitan Campus and Orlando South Campus.
  • San Antonio campuses - includes Brooks City-Base; Camp Bullis; Lackland Air Force Base; and Fort Sam Houston.
  • Space Coast campuses - includes Merritt Island Campus; Palm Bay Campus; Patrick Air Force Base; and offerings at Northrup Grumman Corp.
  • St. Louis area campuses - includes St. Louis home campus; Old Post Office; Westport Campus; WingHaven Campus; and Scott Air Force Base (Ill.)
  • Tampa Bay area campuses - includes Lakeland and Brandon; Sarasota-Manatee; and St. Petersburg.

International Locations[edit]

Webster University maintains 10 campus locations around the world,[1] including:

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