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College Announces $1 Million Gift for Diversity Scholarship Program
College president Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo recently announced a $1 million dollar endowment grant in support of the Hilltop Scholarship Fund to provide scholarships for underrepresented, low-income, first-generation or international students....
College Breaks Ground on Roger and Francine Jean Student Center Complex
The Saint Anselm College community will gain a dynamic new gathering place in the center of campus, with a lead unrestricted gift for the expansion and renovation of the Student Center, announced today during a groundbreaking ceremony....
College Celebrates Benedictine Heritage Week
During the week of March 20-24, the Council on Being Catholic and Benedictine will honor Saint Anselm College’s Benedictine heritage with a series of events....
College Celebrates Study of the Humanities
On April 29, Saint Anselm College will celebrate the humanities in a program called "Portraits Along the Way: A Tribute to the Humanities Program."...
College Community Gathers to Celebrate Faculty Research
The Saint Anselm College community recently gathered for the third annual Celebration of Research and Scholarship. Faculty presentated their original and collaborative 2016 published works....
College Launches Anselmian 360 Program for First-Year Students
Saint Anselm College recently launched the pilot of Anselmian 360, an overnight experience for first-year students designed to further orient them to the college's intellectual, social, and spiritual resources....
College Offers Winter Break Online Courses
Saint Anselm College students interested in earning additional credits are offered three online courses during Winter Break. The courses run from December 19, 2016 to January 16, 2017....
College Participates in Enough is Enough Campaign
Saint Anselm College will join the discussion about respect on college campuses by participating in "Enough is Enough" week, a national campaign promoting safe environments on college campuses....
Criminal Justice Major Selected for 2015 Gordon Fellowship
Christopher McCormack, '17, a junior criminal justice major from Ipswich, Mass., has been chosen as the 2015 Albert H. Gordon Summer Research Fellow....
Debate Team and Rebecca Pelletier '17 Complete Successful Year
The debate team ends a successful year following first-place finishes in regional competition and junior Rebecca Pelletier's ranking of ninth in the nation at a national tournament....