After Saint Anselm, What's Next?

Of graduates since 2009, 99% are employed or engaged in service 42% have attended graduate school. Of those that are currently in jobs, 80% are employed in their field. A degree from Saint Anselm College can be the beginning to many career paths. Our students have successfully gone on to work in industry and government agencies, and teach at colleges and high schools. Additionally, Saint Anselm graduates have been accepted at some of the best graduate schools in the United States and have been awarded scholarships, teaching assistantships, and research positions.

Recent Outcomes

Class of 2017

  • Eight chemistry graduates
  • Four forensic science graduates
  • Two committed to service
  • Five pursued graduate school - Northeastern (Engineering), University of Northern Colorado (Chemical Education), Worchester Polytechnic Institute, UMass Lowell, Columbia (Nursing)

Class of 2016

  • Eight chemistry graduates
  • Seven forensic science graduates
  • One pursued medical school - Dartmouth Medical School
  • Four pursued graduate school - UMass Lowell, Notre Dame (ESTEEM program), University of Vermont, Michigan State University
  • One returned to graduate school - University of California, Irvine
  • Employment has included Citizens Bank Anti-Money Laundering, PepsiCo, Founders Science Group, Manchester Police Department, Booze Allen Hamilton, CrossCountry Mortgage, VHG Labs

Class of 2015

  • Four chemistry graduates
  • Two forensic science graduates
  • One completed the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Pharmacy program
  • One pursued a MA at William and Mary and is currently pursuing a PhD at Bowling Green (OH).
  • One enlisted in the Coast Guard
  • One is in medical school at Saint George's University
  • Two are employed in the chemistry field

Class of 2014

  • Six chemistry graduates
  • One forensic science graduate (first year of program)
  • One committed to volunteering
  • Three pursued graduate school - Dartmouth, University of Cincinnati, University of California, San Diego
  • Three pursued careers in chemistry - FoodState Inc, Waters Corporation, JMPS; one in forensic science - Medical Examiner's Office, Maricopa County

To learn more about our graduates, visit our Spotlight on Alumni, or download a more detailed snapshot of our student successes (PDF/418KB).

student studying in Geisel Library

Winter Session 2018-19

Registration is open for the 2018-19 Winter Break Session that offers 2-credit courses taught exclusively online. The 4-week session runs December 17 - January 13.

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