Visit, Explore, Decide
Visiting campus can be helpful in solidifying your college choice. For admitted students, we offer a variety of visit opportunities. Check out our website to schedule your visit to the Hilltop!
Reserve Your Spot - Paying Your Deposit
A non-refundable deposit is due on May 1 for all admitted students intending to enroll at the college for the fall semester. If you applied Early Decision, your non-refundable deposit is due by January 15. The deposit is applied to your initial semester billing and the fee is based on whether you plan to be a resident or commuter student. Deposits can be submitted by mail to the Office of Admission or visit www.anselm.edu/deposit to submit online.
Information regarding all enrollment forms will become available in your enrollment portal by mid-May. Please complete all enrollment forms and return these documents by the deadlines. The Enrollment Portal includes more information about:
- Housing Contract and Residence Life
- Summer Advising and Course Registration material
- Monthly Payment Plan Information
- Health Forms
- Academic Calendar
Final High School Transcript
Congratulations on your high school graduation! Before you leave school in June, please request for your final high school transcripts to be sent to the Saint Anselm College Office of Admission.
Beginning Your Anselmian Experience
Orientation Part 1 (June 13, 14 or 15)
Orientation Part I is designed to introduce both you and your parents to Saint Anselm College. You will have the opportunity to meet classmates and orientation leaders, establish your class schedule for the fall, and receive your email address and campus mailbox.
After you have deposited, you will be asked to choose which date you and your parent(s) will attend. The Office of Admission will send you instructions in mid-May, which you will use to sign in to the Enrollment Portal and sign up for one of these sessions by June 2.
Orientation Part II (August 24, 25 & 26)
This three-day program is designed to help you move into your residence hall, understand the academic expectations of college, involve yourself in the life of the campus community, learn what it means to be an "Anselmian," and get to know your classmates. More information about Orientation Part II will be available later this summer.
Please visit our New Student Orientation page to learn more.