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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 Monitoring Winter Storm
The college will close at noon Friday, Feb. 8; 11:30 a.m. classes will NOT be held. Many campus facilities will operate on a modified schedule Friday and Saturday. For any additional cancellations and closings follow the college on Twitter @saintanselm...
College Marks Shakespeare's Birthday with Annual Sonnet Reading
For the 25th year, Saint Anselm College will mark William Shakespeare's birthday on April 23 with a day of sonnet-reading, acting out scenes from his plays, and birthday cake....
College Marks Father Jonathan DeFelice's Retirement
As Father Jonathan DeFelice, O.S.B., prepares to retire after 24 years as president of Saint Anselm College, the college will hold a variety events in April....
College Makes Standardized Tests Optional for Applicants
Saint Anselm College will join a growing number of colleges and universities by making the SAT and ACT standardized tests optional for high school students applying for admission....
College Launches Updated Career and Employer System
Saint Anselm College launches ACES, their latest career database for students, alumni to connect with employers....
College Launches Ethics in Governance Forum
The forum aims to educate and inform New Hampshire business leaders, students, and the general public in the areas of ethical practices, investor education, and personal finance....
College Kicks-Off 125th Anniversary Year
The College community gathered on Friday, Aug. 1, to mark the beginning of the college’s 125th anniversary year with a Mass and reading of the College Charter....
College Involved in Statewide Environmental Research
Saint Anselm College will take part in a statewide, environmental research and education project that will be funded by a five-year, $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation....
College Hosts Violence Prevention and Education Events
Beginning Mon., Nov 10 and running through Fri., Nov. 14, Saint Anselm College is offering a series of events promoting peace and violence prevention on college campuses as part of the national Enough is Enough campaign....