Sunday, November 20, 2011

Webster University

Webster University recently moved into new digs on the second floor of a building on Market Street at the Heathbrook Outdoor Mall. Webster is a private, nonprofit, accredited school with over 100 campuses worldwide which instructs some 22,000 students. It's home campus is located in Webster Grove, Missouri.

You can learn all about Webster here.

15 comments:

Memphis MOJO said...

I clicked on the link you provided. The tuition is higher than I expected, but education is expensive, that's for sure.

Terrific shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

Must be a nice place to study, specially at their campus in Florida!
God bless you!
Cezar

cieldequimper said...

That's pretty cool and it's a very nice building too.

Birdman said...

Never heard of this University. Got a football team??? hahahahaha

magiceye said...

so pretty!!!

Sharon said...

As I started to read your blog, I was puzzled thinking isn't Webster University in Missouri. Glad you cleared that up. I had no idea they had a campus anywhere else.

Jarart said...

It's a nice looking building to learn in. I've driven through Webster Grove, MO on my way to somewhere else.

Randy said...

Nice looking campus.

bfarr said...

Very nice building and beautiful,blue sky.

crocrodyl said...

This place looks interesting. I like composition of this photo.

Small City Scenes said...

How interesting. More power to education.

I like your glowing sky shot in the previous post. MB

RedPat said...

How odd to have a university at a mall but I guess it is good use of space and hopefully there is good public transportation as a result.

Halcyon said...

We had a similar "college" in Jackson called Belhaven (although I don't think it was non-profit). I hope this place is not contributing to the piles of student debt Americans have been accumulating. :(

EG Wow said...

Lots of great windows to through when the lecture is boring. Is there a view?

Amin said...

Nice place!

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