OLC Admissions Team: Becca Miller

  1. My name is Becca Miller and I am a St. Louis native and Webster University alumna. I graduated with my BA in Psychology in December 2017. While at Webster, I was one of the first members of the Webster University Competitive Cheerleading Team and served on the Student Government Association as a Senator at Large and the Student Organization Liaison. I was also an Orientation and Connection leader for three years, and that was my first exposure to working with new and prospective students!

In my free time, I love to travel with my fiancé and spend time with friends and family. I am also the momma of the cutest kitten around and spend a lot of my time curled up with her watching the STL Blues!

As a staff member, I have been with Webster University since February 2018. As a student, my Webster journey began back in 2014.

I am the Undergraduate Online Student Admission Counselor, so a big part of my job is following up with those students regarding their applications, making acceptance decisions, and being a resource for students when they have questions.

The most frequently asked questions that I receive are about transcripts, transfer credit, and registering for classes. All of these things can seem very confusing when going through the admission process, so providing a clear and concise answer is of upmost importance!

The most satisfying part of my job is when I make admission decisions and call the student to notify them of their acceptance. Being able to share that exciting moment with a student and provide them with the first step in continuing their education is incredibly rewarding.

If I were giving advice to students, I would tell them to stay focused, work hard, and plan ahead. The sooner they apply and get their necessary documents submitted, the easier the entire admission process becomes.

My favorite part about being a Gorlok is the sense of family and community that is built between students, staff, and faculty. I consider Webster my second home because I have invested so much of myself into the university just as much as it has invested in me.