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Study Abroad Takes Students Around the World
Saint Anselm students this fall are taking their studies abroad, from England and Scotland, to Spain, New Zealand, and more....
Students Take Service to Sites in U.S. and Costa Rica
On Saturday, Feb. 27, 128 student-volunteers will begin a week of service, prayer, and reflection as they embark on this year’s spring break alternative (SBA), part of Saint Anselm College’s Service and Solidarity Mission Program....
Students Take Service to Sites Around Country
Groups of Saint Anselm students travel to eight regions of the U.S. on Saturday, January 9 for the 26th year of Winter Break Alternative (WBA). As part of the college's Service and Solidarity Mission Program, 108 students are volunteering at sites in Appalachia, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Louisiana,...
Students Receive Year-End Awards
A number of Saint Anselm College students are receiving recognition for academic achievements, athletics, research and other special activities. ...
Students Develop Research Skills through Summer Grant
This summer, students are studying viruses that can kill antibiotic-resistant human pathogens and observing how sunfish choose their mates through the NH-INBRE program....
Students Continue Course Work Abroad through Global Seminars
More than two dozen Saint Anselm students are traveling abroad to the Netherlands and Italy during spring break as part of their courses in philosophy and nursing....
Students Connect during 2016 Unity Retreat
On Friday, March 11, 30 Saint Anselm College students headed to Essex, Mass., to connect over shared experiences at the "Preserving Unity Within Ourselves Retreat," a weekend-long student-led program designed to open discussion and connect a diverse group of students....
Students and Alumnae Recognized for Service and Leadership
Saint Anselm College recognized two alumnae and 20 students for their unwavering dedication to volunteer efforts at the college’s 23rd annual Paul S. Coleman Volunteer Service and Leadership Awards....
Student Nurses to Provide Clinical Care in Costa Rica
This winter, sixteen junior nursing students will provide care to the population of Costa Rica in patients' homes and at urban clinics as part of the global seminar spring semester nursing course, "Community and Public Health."...
Student EMTs Lauded for Quick Response
Student members of Saint Anselm College Emergency Medical Services were recently honored by New Hampshire Department of Safety for their dedication and service to the campus community. ...