Dedicated to Diversity

Student leaders preparing for the Class of 2021 were clear about a high priority in meeting with President Steven R. DiSalvo at the start of this academic year: their first …

Engaging with Chief Diversity Office Ande Diaz

As the first Chief Diversity Officer of Saint Anselm College, Dr. Ande Diaz reports to President DiSalvo and is a member of his cabinet. Arriving in July after a nationwide …

Staying In The Game

Athletics have always played an important role at Saint Anselm. For most student athletes though, as senior year comes to a close, so too do their athletic careers. Yet there …

A Season of Giving: Highlights of the 2016-2017 Philanthropy Report

Saint Anselm College exceeded fundraising expectations for the 2016-2017 year, and we could not have done it without our donors. With your support, talented and dedicated students can access this …

The Mysteries to be Lived: Journey of Christian Initiation

Deep discussions in philosophy class; walking 17 miles a day with blistered feet to raise money for charity; praying together at Wednesday night Mass — just a day in the …

Anselmians Abroad

Quick: What are the last two words of the Saint Anselm College mission statement? Give up? Join the rest of us. But if by some change you would have guessed …

FAITH IN THE FUTURE | The Strategic Plan for Saint Anselm College

"The future of Saint Anselm College is bright, but not without challenges. We must recognize our place among some of the best liberal arts college in the country and see …

Becoming Citizens of the World

The Office of International Programs provides Saint Anselm students with many opportunities to study abroad; whether traditional semester-long programs or short-term, faculty-led Global Seminars. The college also offers a program

A TRANSFORMATIONAL Gift: College Breaks Ground On Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex

What do you call a gift that changes everything? A gift that makes the impossible possible?
Extraordinary. Visionary. But most of all, transformational.…

For God and Country

To be Anselmian is to serve. As noted by Dr. Gary Bouchard in Being Benedictine, “The first act of stewardship in any Christian community ought to be our care of