Saint Anselm welcomes international students and appreciates the diversity and perspectives they bring. Students who are educated outside of the United States and students who are not Permanent Residents and/or citizens of the United States must follow a slightly different application process. We encourage you to contact our Office of Admission if you have questions or need assistance.
Saint Anselm seeks students ready to learn more about themselves and the world. We welcome people who are ready to contribute positively to our community through academics, student activities, athletics, and/or community service.
To learn more about how to apply to Saint Anselm College, click on the link that best describes you.
- Non-U.S. Citizens
- Dual Citizens
- U.S. Permanent Residents
- U.S. Citizens Who Attend School Outside of the U.S.
- International Transfer Students
Credit Transfer Policy for AP & IB Courses
Students who have completed AP and IB courses may be eligible to receive credit. Saint Anselm College credit may be awarded based on scores received. All official test scores and transcripts need to be sent to the Office of Admission. The Office of the Registrar will conduct a formal review once you enroll. To learn more about recieving college credit, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Saint Anselm College is proud to support EducationUSA Opportunity Funds students. The EducationUSA Opportunity Funds programs assist highly qualified students who lack the financial resources to cover the up-front costs to apply to college. This may include testing fees, application fees or airfare. Each Opportunity Funds student undergoes a selective process of evaluation by an EducationUSA adviser, Regional Educational Advising Coordinator and the Public Affairs Section of a U.S. Embassy/Consulate. For questions about scholarships, contact the nearest EducationUSA advisor in your home country.
For more information about international admission, please contact Kathleen Simenson, Director of International Admission.