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RN to BSN Program Graduates 13
During Saint Anselm College’s 124th commencement exercises on May 20, the college also celebrated the success of its fifth RN to BSN graduating class, as 13 nursing students earned their bachelor's in nursing through the college's hybrid-online program....
2017 Graduates Commissioned into Military
Saint Anselm College 2017 graduates Zachary Morgan and Nicholas Papsadora have been commissioned into the United States Military. ...
Woo Encourages Graduates to Believe in Strength, Trust in God
On Saturday, May 20 at Saint Anselm College's 124th commencement exercises, speaker and honorary degree recipient Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo addressed 442 members of the class of 2017, offering them advice on the next phase of their lives....
Student Donations Provide Food, Clothing, Furniture to Local Families
More than 80 local families, and several charitable organizations benefitted from the generosity of Anselmians who donated to this year's Food Clothing and Furniture Drive....
RN to BSN Awards Highest Achieving Graduate
On Monday, May 8, Saint Anselm College’s RN to BSN Degree Program recognized graduating nurse, Lisa Murphy ’17, with the 2017 Dr. Sharon George RN to BSN Achievement Award....
99% of the Class of 2016 Employed, in School, Volunteering
Within six months of graduating, 99% of the class of 2016 were continuing their education, working full-time, and volunteering around the globe....
Pope Francis Confers Medal on Trustee Joseph Pepe '83
His Holiness Pope Francis has conferred the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Medal upon Saint Anselm College alumnus and trustee Joseph Pepe, M.D. '83 in recognition of his exemplary personal character and extraordinary service to the Church and to the Diocese of Manchester, N.H....
Forty-one Students Inducted into National Scholastic Honor Society
Saint Anselm College has announced the acceptance of 41 students into the Delta Epsilon Sigma national scholastic honor society....
Melissa DeLury ’10 Receives Fulbright Award to Conduct Research in India
Saint Anselm College alumna Melissa DeLury ’10 has received a Fulbright Award to conduct research in Madhya Pradesh, India. DeLury will study the Indian Right to Education Act and the barriers that prevent Indian children in rural areas from attending school....
Social Work Major Engages Students with Local Community
Since Saint Anselm College established the social work major in 2015, the opportunities for community engagement have only continued to grow, with students gaining knowledge in the classroom and developing practical skills in the field....