The College has many offices and organizations whose missions are to help each Saint Anselm student be successful during their college career. This section of the website provides you with a listing of the various campus resources available to you.
Anselmian Network for Racial Justice
The Anselmian Network for Racial Justice was formed to discuss what Anselmians as individuals and as a college can do to advance an anti-racism agenda.
Welcome to Campus Ministry! We are here to offer you opportunities to discover and enter into the spiritual life, fellowship, and Christian community that are at the core of our Catholic and Benedictine identity. Whether you are Roman Catholic, part of another faith tradition, or are uncertain about your faith, Campus Ministry is here to journey with you. Campus Ministry, rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, proclaims and nourishes our faith in God through prayer and work to encourage lives that are creative and generous. We encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities to discover or deepen a relationship with Jesus Christ, to explore different forms of prayer and styles of worship, and to deepen your understanding of how God's love and grace are at work in your life.
Core Council for Gay and Lesbian Students & Allies
The Core Councilacts as a resource to the Chief Student Affairs Officer in identifying the ongoing needs of LGBTQ students and to assist in implementing campus-wide educational programming. The Core Council members offer support, seek to respond to and raise awareness of the needs of identifying students in our community. For additional information please contact Karlea Marie Joiner, Core Council Staff Co-chair.
Disability Services Disability Services is dedicated to students with disabilities by providing the opportunity for success and equal access at Saint Anselm College. They are committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined by Federal and State law and strive to create an inclusive, safe and respectful environment.
Harbor - Violence Prevention
Located in the lower level of the Jean Student Center, the Harbor is a hub for prevention, education and awareness of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking and Sexual Assault. It is also a drop in center for victims or survivors of violence to offer options, support and assistance. For additional information please contact Amanda Casali, Project Coordinator: email@example.com or 603-641-7491.
College Health Services provides a walk-in clinic in the Jean Student Center offering a wide range of confidential medical, health, and counseling services to resident and provides a walk-in clinic in the Jean Student Center offering a wide range of confidential medical, health, and counseling services to resident and non-resident students. Their skilled professional staff of medical clinicians and counselors is committed to wellness and prevention with emphasis on treating the whole person.
The Father Jonathan, O.S.B., Center for Intercultural Learning and Inclusion
Grounded in the Benedictine tradition of hospitality, the Intercultural Centerserves as a safe space where all Saint Anselm College students can drop in to meet new friends and enjoy relaxing conversation. It is our mission to empower students with the resources, skills, and opportunities necessary for academic achievement, leadership development, and purposeful civic engagement.
Meelia Center for Community Engagement
The Meelia Center engages students at 50+ Manchester agencies to address real-world challenges, from drug addiction and sexual violence to refugee integration and school success. At Meelia, student leaders directly support the engagement of their peers. Whether you work for lasting social change, or simply lend a hand, engage with intention.
The Office of International Programs
Saint Anselm College welcomes students from all over the world to our campus in Manchester, N.H. The Office of International Programs assists students with all matters concerning immigration including but not limited to applying for their initial F-1 student visa through to applying for Optional Practical Training.
The Office of Residential Life
The Office of Residential Life supports a living/learning experience that integrates a Benedictine approach to the educational journey. We strive to provide and promote an inclusive environment that enhances our students’ academic successes and reflects the community values of integrity, mutual respect, and responsibility.
The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership
The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership guides students in creating and maintaining successful organizations that are socially responsible, representative of the student body, and that reflect the Saint Anselm College mission. We are a student-centered office which supports the development of students through positive social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and leadership experiences.
President's Committee for Inclusiveness
The President's Committee for Inclusiveness is a dedicated group of faculty, staff and students who aid the College in outlining and achieving its strategic, diversity goals.
Saint Anselm College has more than 60 clubs and organizations that are an important part of life on campus and great ways for students to connect with each other. Below is a sample list of clubs and organizations that provide opportunities for students with similar backgrounds and perspectives to support one another, and engage the campus in conversations about the diversities of students and communities.
• Best Buddies
• College Democrats
• College Republicans
• International Relations Club
• Irish/Gaelic Society
• Knights of Columbus
• La Societe Francais
• Multicultural Student Coalition
• Social Justice Club
• True Equality & Dignity Alliance (T.E.D.A.) – LGBTQ+ and allies