LIVE THE EXPERIENCE
The goal of the Student Life office is to ensure that every single student has an amazing University experience. Attending college is a unique period in your life when you grow in so many ways, have so many adventures, and create memories that last a lifetime. It is when you develop ideas and beliefs and gain a deeper sense of self.
Webber International University is a tightly knit University with a big heart and a revered tradition in business education. It is easy to get to know everyone, and within a short period of time the staff, faculty, and other students will know you by name. You are certainly not just a number at Webber. You are valued as a person, as a student, and as a unique citizen of the world. Many a career has been launched because of the lasting personal connections that have formed during our graduates’ University years.
We in Student Life want to ensure that you live the experience!
We provide a wide variety of events, both on and off campus, to enhance your University experience.
Our end of the year “Beach Party” is always a huge success. There is music, food, drinks, and fireworks. Boats line the lakeshore as students pack the beach and pool area and compete in volleyball tournaments. Students are always eager to get their deeply discounted tickets to all the local Florida attractions, like Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights, Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens, SeaWorld, and local professional sporting events.
There are no classes at Webber on Wednesdays, so there are really TWO “Friday” nights each week. Many student activities are held on Tuesday nights. Events we have consist of big parties on campus with a DJ playing popular music, a campus wide “color run” that has become a fan favorite, and monthly bowling nights at no cost to students, to name a few.
Some other activities are “Wacky Wednesday”, where students can dunk a professor, weekly movie nights and movie nights under the stars (with free food and drink, of course), Pictionary, glow parties, Halo tournaments, Karaoke Idol…and the list goes on!
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On May 25, 2005, the U.S. Department of Education released a Notice of Implementation announcing that all educational institutions receiving federal funding must provide an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution on September 17th of each year, commemorating the September 17, 1787 signing of the Constitution.
Senator Robert C. Byrd, a West Virginia Democrat and the United States Congress unofficial constitutional scholar, believes that American primary, secondary, and post-secondary students lack significant knowledge regarding the United States Constitution. In December 2004, Senator Byrd offered an amendment that was passed by both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate in an attempt to increase Constitutional knowledge.
Please select an item below to learn more about Constitution Day and the United States Constitution: