The College has many offices and organizations whose missions are to help each Saint Anselm student be successful during their college career. This section of the website provides you with a listing of the various campus resources available to you.
Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers students assistance in developing or refining the academic skills that lead to college success. The center's professional and student staff provide services such as learning skills instruction, writing support, and peer tutoring.
Core Council for Gay and Lesbian Students & Allies
The Core Council at Saint Anselm College acts as a resource to the Vice President for Student Affairs in identifying the ongoing needs of gay and lesbian students and assists in implementing campus-wide educational programming on sexual orientation issues. The Core Council is made up of students, faculty and staff who offer support, seek to respond to and raise awareness of the needs of the gay and lesbian students in our community. We live by Saint Anselm College's Benedictine Catholic tradition of creating an inclusive environment, and seek to foster a College community that is respectful of all people. This group seeks to be a resource and to create a safe place, and a judgment free community for all Anselmians. For additional information please contact Joycelin Raho, Core Council Staff Co-chair.
Disability Services is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at Saint Anselm College. They are committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined by Federal and State law and strive to create an inclusive, safe and respectful environment.
College Health Services provides a wide range of confidential medical, health, and counseling services to resident and non-resident students. Their skilled professional staff of medical clinicians and counselors is committed to wellness and prevention with emphasis on treating the whole person. Their primary goal is to foster the physical and emotional well-being of students and provide information encouraging healthy behaviors to benefit students now and in the future.
Grounded in the Benedictine tradition of hospitality, the Multicultural Center serves as a safe space where all Saint Anselm College students can drop in to meet new friends and enjoy relaxing conversation. It is our mission to empower students with the resources, skills, and opportunities necessary for academic achievement, leadership development, and purposeful civic engagement. Through cross-cultural dialogues and examining issues relevant to diversity and social justice, we hope to nurture a generation of informed world citizens who find unity within our differences.
President's Steering Committee for Inclusiveness
The President's Steering Committee for Inclusiveness is a dedicated group of faculty, staff and students who aid the College in outlining and achieving its strategic, diversity goals.
Saint Anselm has more than 60 student clubs and organizations that are an important part of life on campus and great ways for students to connect with each other. Many of these organizations provide opportunities for students with similar backgrounds and perspectives to support one another, and engage the campus in conversations about the diversities of students and communities. Find a list of cultural clubs and organizations Cultural clubs and organizations. Find a complete list of student organizations.
Saint Anselm College's Office of International Programs provides students with many opportunities to pursue their studies overseas including by studying abroad on short-term faculty-led educational programs, as well as traditional semester and year-long terms.