You are now an Anselmian. Anselmians are driven. Honest. Focused. Bright. Prepared for anything.

You have applied. You have been admitted. Now comes the next part of your journey. The Admitted Students site has all the resources necessary for you to explore Saint Anselm College through new eyes and learn why you'll call it "home" for the next four years!

Next Steps

  • Celebrate!

    You did it! Show everyone you are "newly Anselmian" by sharing it on social media. Follow Saint Anselm College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat and use #SAC22. You can also join the Class of 2022 Admitted Students on Facebook to meet others just like you! 

  • Submit Your Deposit

    All admitted students interested in enrolling for Fall 2018 must submit a $500 non-refundable deposit by May 1 (January 15 for Early Decision applicants).

    To pay your deposit, you will log in to the Admission Portal. The log-in and password will be the same information you used to check your application status. 
    (Any Spring 2018 transfer or first-time freshmen student will use the same portal to submit a deposit.)

    If you need assistance, please contact the Office of Admission:
    Phone: (888) 426-7356 or (603) 641-7500

    Submit your Deposit »

  • Attend Open House

    Admitted Student Open House
    Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
    Time: 8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    We invite admitted students and their families to visit campus and learn what it means to be an Anselmian. You will be able to attend classes, take a campus tour, attend a variety of workshops, eat lunch and meet with members of our faculty and staff. We look forward to having you on campus!

    Learn more and register for the Admitted Student Open House.

  • Anselmian Preview Days

    Anselmian Preview Days (APD's) are designed individually for YOU, members of the Class of 2022, to experience what makes up a typical day on the Hilltop.

    During your Anselmian Preview Day, you will:

    • Sit in on a live class
    • Join a current Anselmian for lunch
    • Tour campus to help you get to know your potential home away from home

    Learn more and register for an Anselmian Preview Day.

  • Admitted Student Receptions

    In the spring, Saint Anselm College comes to you! The Office of Admission holds Admitted Student Receptions in various parts of New England, New York, and New Jersey. Members of the Office of Admission, current students, Alumni, and other Saint Anselm representatives will be in attendance to mingle, share their experiences, and answer any questions you may have.

    Learn more and register for an Admitted Student Reception.

  • Finance Your Education

    Many helpful resources can be found under Tuition and Financial Aid, including our financing brochure. If you have any questions, please call the Office of Financial Aid:
    Phone: (603) 641-7110

  • Complete Your Enrollment

    In order to fully enroll at Saint Anselm College, all deposited students must complete the following:

    • Request your final transcript from your high school
    • Access the Enrollment Portal and complete all required documents. Log-in information for the Enrollment Portal will be emailed by the Office of Admission in mid-May.
  • New Student Orientation Pts. I & II

    Orientation Part I
    Dates: June 19, 20, or 21
    Times: 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Orientation Part I is designed to introduce both you and your parents/guardians to Saint Anselm College. You will have the opportunity to meet classmates and orientation leaders, establish your class schedule for the fall, and receive your email address and campus mailbox. You will also have the chance to meet with faculty and representatives from many of the College's offices.

    More information and registration details for Orientation Pt. I will be made available to students in mid-May.

    Orientation Part II
    Dates: August 23, 24, and 25

    Orientation Part II is the "official" beginning of your college journey. This program is designed to help you move into your residence hall, understand the academic expectations of college, involve yourself in the life of the campus community, learn what it means to be an "Anselmian," and get to know your classmates.