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Hiroshima Tree Planted at Saint Anselm
In a small campus ceremony on September 17, the Buildings and Grounds department planted a tree grown from the seed of one which lived through the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan in 1945....
Record Number of New Residence Life Communities Offered This Year
Six Residential Learning Communities can be found on campus this year, with students exploring topics such as cultural differences, diversity, issues of personal health and responsibility, and community service....
"U.S. News & World Report" Ranks Saint Anselm Highly
In its 2017 edition, "U.S. News" ranked Saint Anselm College once again in the top tier of best national liberal arts colleges....
Seniors Receive Full Tuition Melucci Scholarship
Saint Anselm seniors, Maggie Walker and Trevor Patton, were selected to receive the Thomas A. Melucci Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship, which provides full tuition to seniors who have demonstrated significant spiritual and personal growth throughout their college careers....
Citizenship Week Celebrations 2016
This September, The New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the Kevin B. Harrington Student Ambassador's Civic Engagement Committee will host a series of events in celebration of Citizenship Week and Constitution Day (September 16)....
Saint Anselm College Welcomes New Full-time Faculty, Fall 2016
Saint Anselm College welcomes new full-time faculty members for the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year....
Jasmine Blais '17 Announced as Holmes Scholar
Saint Anselm College has selected Jasmine Blais '17, an English and Spanish double major from Laconia, N.H., as the Fr. Bernard Holmes, O.S.B. scholar for the 2016-2017 academic year....
Saint Anselm Featured in Princeton Review "381 Best Colleges" List
Saint Anselm College was once again named among the country's best institutions for undergraduate education in The Princeton Review's 2017 edition of "The 381 Best Colleges." ...
Class of 2020 Arrives On Campus
The clothes, electronics and academic belongings of the Class of 2020 were transported from over 200 cars and small trucks into residence halls this morning as Move-In Day brought first-year students to the Saint Anselm campus....
Students Walking 130 Miles for Charity
When 44 Saint Anselm students cross the Maine/New Hampshire border today, they will be more than halfway through their eight-day, 130-mile trek, raising money with each footstep for nine charities across the two states....