The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 contains numerous federal reporting and disclosure requirements for information from various administrative areas of higher education institutions.
In order to make this information readily available, we have created this website, which is designed to provide quick access to this data.
The Student Handbook, published annually by the Dean of Students, is a key resource to all enrolled students at the college. The following are general consumer information subject areas, which provide links to references, reports and additional details.
Vaccination Policy - All students enrolled in taking classes at Saint Anselm College must provide complete and accurate immunization records. Students are required to provide proof of immunization against polio, measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, hepatitis B, and varicella. Risk of TB must be assessed, and students who are assessed as high risk are required to have a PPD and/or chest x-ray. All residential students are required to provide proof of immunization against Meningitis. Students are required to provide this information prior to the start of their first class. Failure to fulfill this requirement will prevent registration in future academic classes.
Please visit the Office of Institutional Research for analysis of historical and current information about the college, comparisons with other institutions, and data from surveys and outcome assessments.
Saint Anselm College is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Its education programs are approved by the N.H. Department of Education, Division of Higher Education - Higher Education Commission. The college holds membership in the Association of American Colleges, The American Council on Education, the National Catholic Educational Association, and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. For a complete list, please refer to the College Catalog.
Saint Anselm College is a co-educational institution. All courses are on the undergraduate level and have been selected to enable:
Undergraduate students to accelerate programs, to supplement their academic programs, and/or to make up deficiencies.
High school graduates or competent high school seniors to start their college programs, and/or to strengthen a particular area of academic need.
People to undertake studies which will further their personal and vocational goals.
If you are a U.S. citizen, and 18 or older, you have the right to vote. As a college student, (if you are not from Goffstown), there are several considerations you should review, before determining where you wish you cast your ballot.