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College Welcomes Class of 2019
The countdown to college ended Thursday morning as 413 members of the class of 2019 moved into their new home at Saint Anselm College....
College Welcomes Class of 2019 During Orientation Part 1
On June 17, 18, and 19, hundreds of members of the class of 2019 and their parents came to the Saint Anselm campus to participate in Orientation Part I: Students and Parents: Planning Your Journey....
College Welcomes Eight New Faculty
Meet Saint Anselm College's eight newest full-time faculty members for the 2013-2014 academic year....
College's Relay for Life Raises $45,000 for American Cancer Society
The Saint Anselm College community rallied together Friday, April 13 to support the American Cancer Society with the 5th annual Sr. Pauline Lucier Relay for Life, raising more than $45,000. ...
College's RN to BSN Program Offers Satellite Classes in North Country
Through a partnership with Cottage Hospital, registered nurses in northern New England may earn their bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) through the college's hybrid RN to BSN Program....
Commemoration of 9/11
In remembrance of 9/11, the college is hosting a week of activities, concentrated on a Day of Service on September 14 inviting college community members, alumni, and first responders to participate....
Commemoration of 9/11
In remembrance of 9/11, the college is hosting a week of activities, concentrated on a Day of Service on September 13 inviting college community members, alumni, and first responders to participate....
Community Mourns Loss of Benedictine Sister
Sister Christopher (Mary) Weber, O.S.B., a Benedictine sister who lived, prayed, and worked at Saint Anselm College, passed away Nov. 21, 2013, in St. Cloud, Minnesota. ...
Composing the Inaugural Fanfare
Dr. Francis Kayali of the fine arts department discusses the steps involved in composing a brass fanfare for the inauguration of Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo....
Computer Science Faculty in Union Leader Article
As part of nationwide Computer Science Education Week, students at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown and Ross A. Lurgio Middle School in Bedford got a crash course in computer programming — by playing games, creating artwork and getting to see the fun side of coding....