Move in day 2012What does an Anselmian welcome look like? Something like this. See you soon, Class of 2018!
A Spring Break Alternative participantMore than 200 students participated in alternative break trips in 2013.
Students stand in for candidates on the ABC debate stageWe take our debates seriously, whether they're presidential, or not.
A men's lacrosse playerTwenty sports. One team. A tradition of excellence. Go Hawks!
Students perform in the college choir at the Abbey ChurchOur college choir is second to none, and celebrates 27 years of performing in 2014!

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Class of 2017 Profile

Total Undergraduate Enrollment 1,954
Retention Rate 88%
Admission
  • Applicants: 3,827
  • Acceptances: 2,818 (74%)
  • Matriculants: 515 (18%)
Demographics
  • Male/Female Ratio: 41% / 59%
  • Resident/Commuter: 96% / 4%
  • Students of Color: 9%
Geographic Profile
  • 24 states and 5 foriegn countries represented
  • Massachusetts: 51%
  • New Hampshire: 20%
  • Maine: 7%
  • Connecticut: 5%
  • New York: 4%
  • Rhode Island: 4%
  • Other: 9%
Classroom Performance
  • Average GPA (recalculated on a 4.0; Core courses only): 3.21
  • Top 10% of their HS class: 22%
  • Top 25% of their HS class: 59%
  • Top 50% of their HS class: 90%
  • Percentage Reporting Class Rank: 51%
Testing Information Average SAT Scores*
  • Admitted: 570CR; 570M; 570W
  • Middle 50% Admitted: 1090-1230 (CR+M)
Average ACT Composite Score*
  • Admitted: 25
*We are test optional. For all non-Nursing applicants SAT or ACT scores are not required for Admission. 60% of applicants submitted test scores.
Academic Majors
  • Liberal Arts: 31%
  • Undeclared: 22%
  • Nursing: 16%
  • Science: 13%
  • Business: 13%
  • Education: 5%
Financial Aid
  • Percent of first-year students receiving some type of gift or grant aid: 97%
  • Average first-year student need-based gift aid award (grants and scholarships): $19,745
  • Average first-year overall need-based financial aid package: $24,630
  • Average first-year need-based loan: $4,550
  • Average cost for those receiving need-based aid: $23,500
Data as of 8/9/2013