Members of the College community come together, desirous to pursue learning and wisdom in the context of a Christian community of respect and concern. Each individual bears personal responsibility for his/her behavior even as the College seeks to impart those values and virtues necessary for each one to develop into a creative and generous member of society.
We take seriously our philosophy of educating the whole person and of informing and instilling in the members of the College community a genuine respect for and living out of Christian values and virtues. Further, the College recognizes each student is personally responsible for his/her actions. We wish to ensure a wholesome and safe environment for the pursuit of learning. It is assumed that students will make themselves aware of College regulations and consequences that may accrue for violating them. The College accepts and retains students on the condition that they observe its' community guidelines and standards as outlined in the Student Handbook.
The Student Handbook is an all-inclusive guide for students on academic, administrative, and student services. The publication also offers details on student rights and responsibilities, the academic calendar, student government, and information on student clubs and organizations, among other topics.
The health, safety, and welfare of our Anselmian community is the top priority during this pandemic. Our success to remain on the Hilltop largely depends on how we all individually care for each other and the community by adhering to campus policies, protocols, and procedures. It is imperative that we all do our part to keep our community safe and hold one another accountable.
The Dean of Student's Office encourages and supports active participation in the development of a vibrant and respectful community. All community members are therefore invited to report non-academic violations.
Report a Non-Academic Violation
Non-academic violations include any behavior related to alcohol, drugs, harassment, vandalism, theft, disorderly conduct, etc., as well as concerning, worrisome, or threatening behaviors.