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STEM

Monumental Ideas. Deep Connections.

At Saint Anselm College, your education extends way beyond the classroom.

To the rainforests of Belize or a hilltop city in Italy. To our greenhouse or computer lab. And then there's teaching high school students how to build their own computers (yeah, we do that) or trying your skills out  at an internship with a new, innovative technology company.

Our science, computer science, math and engineering curriculum is diverse. It's in-depth. And it gives you the necessary knowledge and latest ideas to get ahead.

Research, field trips, internshipsservice-learning help you develop the skills employers look for and graduate programs value.

And a foundation in the liberal arts means you'll be able to adapt to technology changes and even career changes. You'll make connections between science and philosophy that expand your mind. You'll have insight into how the world works and how you can make it better.

You'll bring your Saint Anselm experience with you to creatively solve problems and share ideas.

Graduate School or Career? Or Both?

No matter what you want to do next, we'll help you get there. Our professors are dedicated to your success. And your education will prepare you for medical school, dental school, or any other school.

Not sure whether graduate school is right for you? We have other opportunities. You'll find your direction.

Many of our science, math, and engineering graduates continue their education. But many work first and some work at the same time (Anselmians live for a challenge). Read their stories »

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Helicopters and Hovercraft Mix with Chemicals, Plants and Rocks at Science Olympiad

Helicopters and Hovercraft Mix with Chemicals, Plants and Rocks at Science Olympiad

Helicopters and Hovercraft Mix with Chemicals, Plants and Rocks at Science Olympiad

Saint Anselm hosted hundreds of participants and spectators for the 9th annual New Hampshire Science Olympiad on March 25....Read More

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College Celebrates Benedictine Heritage Week

College Celebrates Benedictine Heritage Week

College Celebrates Benedictine Heritage Week

During the week of March 20-24, the Council on Being Catholic and Benedictine will honor Saint Anselm College’s Benedictine heritage with a series of events....Read More

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Fall 2016 Dean's List Announced

Fall 2016 Dean's List Announced

Fall 2016 Dean's List Announced

Mark W. Cronin, dean of the college, has announced that the following students have been named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2016 semester....Read More

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Ten Student-led Groups to Spend Winter Break in Service at Home and Abroad

Ten Student-led Groups to Spend Winter Break in Service at Home and Abroad

Ten Student-led Groups to Spend Winter Break in Service at Home and Abroad

On January 7, 144 Saint Anselm College students will embark on Service and Solidarity Missions Trips to locations ranging from Phoenix, Ariz., to Hartford, Conn....Read More

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MLK Program Kicks off with First Diversity Speaker, Donna Brazile

MLK Program Kicks off with First Diversity Speaker, Donna Brazile

MLK Program Kicks off with First Diversity Speaker, Donna Brazile

On Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 4:30 p.m., DNC interim chair Donna Brazile will speak at Saint Anselm College’s inaugural Diversity Speaker Series and annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Dinner, which kicks off the college’s Martin Luther King, Jr. programming....Read More

Biology in Belize

Study rainforest ecology and a coral reef in Belize through biology course: "Field Studies in Tropical Biology."

Watch videos on the biology website »

Recent Employers

98% of Saint Anselm College's class of 2015 was employed, in graduate school, or engaged in service within 6 months of graduation

There are a all kinds of career paths for students in the sciences and math. Just a few recent employers:

  • Brigham and Women's Hospital
  • Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • DEKA
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Oak Middle School

See a longer list »

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