In addition to the staff handbook, this web site highlights some important college policies.

The staff handbook is designed to acquaint employees with the college and provide information about working conditions, employee benefits, and some of the policies affecting employment at Saint Anselm College. In order to retain necessary flexibility in the administration of policies and procedures, the college reserves the right to revise, supplement or rescind any policies or portion of the handbook as it deems appropriate, in its sole and absolute discretion. However, no individual can bind the college to any changes to the policies stated in the staff handbook or HR Web site except with written authorization from the Office of Human Resources.

We suggest that employees become familiar with the contents of the staff handbook, and employees are required to read the handbook as well as subsequent changes or revisions.

The college may use a variety of other methods to keep employees informed of policies and procedures including, but not limited to, bulletin boards, memorandums, newsletters, and meetings. For more complete information on policies, please contact the Office of Human Resources.

  • Non Discrimination Statement

    Consistent with the Benedictine, Catholic principles that sustain the mission and heritage of Saint Anselm College, no one acting on behalf of the College or in administering the affairs of the College, shall discriminate against any student, faculty, staff, vendor, or contractor on the basis of the individual's race, color, gender, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

    Questions or concerns about this notice or about specific issues may be directed as follows:

    Students and applicants for admission:
    Dean of Students Office (603) 641-7600 or
    for concerns related to athletics, Associate Director of Athletics/Title IX Compliance Officer (603) 641-7800

    Faculty and staff:
    Office of Human Resources (603) 641-7020 or
    Office of Academic Affairs (603) 641-7250

    Applicants for employment:
    Office of Human Resources (603) 641-7020

    Mailing address for all offices is: Saint Anselm College, 100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH 03102-1310

  • Bloodborne Pathogens Policy

    This Bloodborne Pathogens Policy provides information to all college employees who could be "reasonably anticipated," as a result of performing their job duties, to face contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials. An electronic version of the policy is available for download below in PDF format.

    Adobe PDF files may require the use of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, which may already be installed on your computer.

  • Drug Prevention Program

    The Drug Prevention Program Certification for Institutions of Higher Education requires that Saint Anselm College adopt and implement a drug prevention program for all faculty, students, and staff.

    Saint Anselm College's Substance Abuse Policy for Faculty may be found on page 70 of the 2010 revision of the Faculty Handbook. The policy for employees may be found on page 18 of the November 2000 revision of the Staff Handbook. Students may find the drug and alcohol policy, along with standards of conduct and disciplinary sanctions in the Student Handbook. Any violation will be handled through the appropriate disciplinary process outlined in each respective handbook.

    The annual distribution of the following enclosed information is also required:

    1. A description of the legal sanctions under local, New Hampshire state, and federal law for the unlawful use, possession, or distribution of illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol.
    2. A summary of the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol.
    3. An overview of the services offered by Saint Anselm College geared to the identification, prevention, and rehabilitation of drug and alcohol abuse.

    This notice and copies of items one through three listed above are available in downloadable format below.

    Questions or concerns may be addressed to Maura Marshall, director of campus health services; Alicia Finn, dean of students; or David Harrington, director of human resources.