The Office of the Dean of the College is responsible for the academic life of the College.

The Dean of the College oversees the academic progress of students, the development of the curriculum and curricular assessment, faculty development, and offices that support academic affairs: the Registrar, the Academic Resource Center, the Office of Academic Advisement, the Career Development Center, and the Meelia Center for Community Engagement.

Students

The Dean's Office maintains standards of academic progress, implements policies on class attendance and academic honesty, and gives notification of deficiencies and honors. It also provides advisement in course work and oversees policies on disputed grades, leaves of absence, withdrawal from the College, and the assignment of academic notations (W, WF, I).

Faculty

The Dean of the College oversees faculty hiring and provides support for faculty research, teaching and professional development. The Dean's Office promotes the renewal and growth of the faculty in all facets of their professional lives. At Saint Anselm College, the members of the faculty fulfill a variety of roles: as participants in the collegial community of a Catholic liberal arts college; an as members of the community of scholars within their disciplines. It is the purpose of the Faculty Development Program to provide resources, which will help the faculty to develop as scholars, to publish, to share insights both within the community and at professional conferences, and to improve their work in the classroom. More information regarding faculty development opportunities can be found under the faculty tab on the college portal.

Curriculum

The Office of the Dean of the College is responsible for curriculum development. It administers the resources and policies required to maintain the College's record of academic excellence. Read more about the Core Curriculum. More information regarding curriculum development can be found under the faculty tab on the college portal.