See something. Say something.
Saint Anselm College is committed to creating a safe, supportive learning and working environment for all members of the campus community.
The College depends on community members to identify and report issues of concern so that the appropriate support services and resources can be provided and so that issues can be rectified. We are all responsible for our campus health and well-being. If you see something, say something - report any concerning issues or behavior using the forms below.
If this is an emergency — someone's health, safety, and/or property is at risk, please call 911. These forms are not designed as an emergency response notification process and staff typically review and respond to reports within one business day.
Concerning Behavior Report
Though the term "concerning" is subjective, use this form to provide information about a student who may be struggling in relation to their personal (e.g., food or housing insecurity), physical or emotional well-being.
Report Sexual Harassment or Misconduct
Title IX—part of a 1972 federal education law—prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity. The College supports persons affected by sexual harassment or misconduct. Support is available in many forms and is available regardless of whether you decide to submit a report.
REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT OR MISCONDUCT
Report an Accessibility Issue
Saint Anselm College believes in providing access to its diverse student, employee, and community audiences. We are committed to making reasonable efforts to make our web pages accessible to persons with disabilities in accordance with Saint Anselm College policies and state and federal laws.
File an SARA Student Complaint
The National Council for State Aurthorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) is a private nonprofit organization [501(c)(3)] that helps expand students' access to educational opportunities and ensure more efficient, consistent, and effective regulation of distance education programs. Every student deserves a positive educational experience. Sometimes a student’s experience may not be what they anticipate, and there is a process to express a concern or complaint.