On behalf of the Residential Life and Education staff let me extend to you and your family a warm welcome as you become a member of our Residential Life community and a Saint Anselm Hawk!
We believe your life as an undergraduate student is more than just education in the classroom. In addition to the essential role of academics in your professional and personal pursuits, your experiences in the residence halls will also serve to develop life-long skills and knowledge beyond the traditional classroom setting. It is our goal to provide for you a comfortable, safe environment conducive to academic success as well as opportunities to develop leadership, interpersonal and communication skills.
On move-in day, some of the first faces that greet you will be members of the Residential Life staff. We have professional staff, Area Coordinators and Resident Directors, as well as student Resident Assistants (RAs) who will help you with your academic, social and personal transition to campus and community living. You will find that the Area Coordinators, Resident Directors, and RAs are your best resources for information about most anything at Saint Anselm ---and they are great people too!
We encourage you to read carefully all information concerning housing as a new student to the College provided in the Transfer Enrollment Packet (PDF/402KB). We have included the following:
- Room and Board Contract - read only
- Information about insurance coverage of personal property - read only
- "What to Bring" list - read only
- Housing Information Form (gold) - complete and return as soon as possible
Forms received will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Although it is not always possible, we do our best to accommodate requests for specific residence halls and roommates. Any requests should be made on the Housing Information Form or in writing. Please read carefully all materials and be accurate as we use responses to match roommates and/or housing preferences.
We will contact you with residence hall assignment and roommate(s) contact information. Specific room assignments and key codes for access to your room will be given to you on move-in day.
If you have any questions about residence life or housing, please do not hesitate to call the office for more information (603) 222-4006. Have a great summer and we'll see you in August for move-in. Look for us in our colorful Residential Life and Education staff t-shirts!
Director of Residential Life and Education