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College Offers Summer Courses Online
This year’s summer school offers six online courses which includes core requirements such as theology, philosophy and Spanish. Registration began April 1....
College Partners with The George Washington University on Politics Class
Saint Anselm College, The Bipartisan Policy Center, and The George Washington University will jointly offer an innovative and interactive class on politics and elections during the 2015 fall semester....
College Presents Addiction Recovery Documentary
The psychology department at Saint Anselm College presents the screening of an addiction recovery movement documentary, “The Anonymous People,” followed by a panel discussion of local community experts on April 2 at 7 p.m. as the first event of a speaker series Enhancing Recovery: The Hechtl/Lasky P...
College Presents Book Arts Preview Exhibition
Saint Anselm College's first Book Arts Preview Exhibition will showcase more than 20 of the nearly 85 artist books on loan to the college this year for exhibitions and workshops....
College President Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., to Retire
Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., president of Saint Anselm College, announced Tuesday that he will retire at the end of the academic year (June 2013), after leading the college since 1989....
College Raises $96,000 during Relay for Life
With a record-breaking $95,974 raised for the American Cancer Society, on April 8-9 the Saint Anselm College community participated in the most successful Relay for Life event the college has ever seen....
College Raises Record Funds for American Cancer Society
The Saint Anselm College community collectively raised more than $60,000 for the American Cancer Society at this year’s seventh annual Sr. Pauline Lucier Relay for Life....
College Ranked 18th on Return on Investment
Saint Anselm College ranks 18th among liberal arts colleges in the country for the best return on investment (ROI) according to Payscale, which ranks more than 900 colleges and universities based on total cost and alumni earnings....
College Ranked as Most Popular NH Stop for Presidential Candidates
U.S. News & World Report named Saint Anselm as the most popular New Hampshire campaign stop for presidential candidates....
College Receives $125,000 Grant for Inclusiveness Effort
The funds donated by the Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation will be used over two years to aid programming at the Father Jonathan Multicultural Center and to support the success of minority students....