Anselmian Abigail Krusemark '14 was a delegate to the United Nations' Commission on the Status of WomenAnselmian Abigail Krusemark '14 was a delegate to the United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women

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Student Opportunities

Travel the World

Interested in studying art history in Florence or maybe languages in Spain? You can go abroad for a semester or  just a week-long tour.

Students recently traveled to Morocco, South Africa, and Spain to name a few locations. Read about their travels »

Previous week-long trips include a trip to France with politics Professor Barbara Baudot, history focused trip to Vietnam, an international business course traveled to Panama, sociology course traveled to Peru, and business-related trips to China. This past spring break, 12 students traveled to the Netherlands to explore Dutch culture and engage in philsophical discussion.

"Traveling to the Netherlands with my professors and engaging in thoughtufl discussions with Dutch students gave me a different perspective on the current state of American politics and our country's future." - Ashling Stanek '17, politics and philosophy

On Campus Opportunities

Want to develop some leadership skills. Start a fundraiser, lead a program, or run for student government president.

We have more than 60 clubs and organizations but here are a few you might be interested in:

Abbey Players Debate Society
Alpha Phi Omega Finance Club
Campus Activities Board Mock Trial
Choir Psychology Club
Crier Newspaper Student Government Association
Criminal Justice Club Yearbook

See even more student life on Twitter @AnselmianFun and @SaintAnselm

Volunteering and Service-Learning

Last year, Anselmians volunteered more than 50,926 hours (!).

Some professors include volunteering as part of the course, aka service-learning. Students can volunteer at more than 40 sites doing everything from tutoring kids to fundraising to advocating for change.

Anselmians Volunteer Plain and Simple.
Service learning experiences enhance resumes and graduate school applications-demonstrating practical experience in the field and an ethical concern for the community. But it also helps others. You'll make connections and learn more about yourself. Check out our volunteering center's blog to read about opportunities »

Or you can get involved through Campus Ministry. Follow @STA_CampusMin or check out #SACSBA to see our latest coverage of service trips during spring break.

Arts and Theatre

You'll do more than study art: You'll create. You'll debate it.

You'll find it expressed in nearly every possible manner as you explore music, drama, and the visual arts at our gallery, The Chapel Art Center and theatre, Dana Center for the Humanities.

At the Chapel Art Center, you'll  enjoy one of the many exhibitions or get involved by working or interning there.

The Dana Center is where traveling artists perform and students share their own talents on stage with the student theatre group, the Abbey Players. It's where art comes to life every day.

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