Health Resources 

Below is a compiled list of general health and wellness resources and websites for students to reference. 


Campus Resources



We have compiled a list of helpful resources and web sites to assist students in maintaining a healthy and productive lifestyle during college and beyond. 


Preventing the Spread of Flu

Saint Anselm College has prepared a comprehensive plan to respond to the threat of the Influenza virus. This preparation has included many departments from across the college, including Health Services, Student Affairs, Physical Plant, Safety and Security, and Dining Services. Other offices involved include Communications and Marketing, Information Technology, Residence Life, and the Office of the Academic Dean. 

Following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the state Public Health Department, Health Services communicates with students about ways to prevent the flu. Health Services Director Maura Marshall collaborates with the entire campus to map out a campus-wide strategy for addressing the virus threat. 

Flu Clinic 2023 - By appointment only 

Wednesday, October 4th, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. in the Carr Center 

Symptoms include:

  • Fever of 99.9 degrees or greater or chills and
  • Cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.
  • Incubation and Infectious Period
  • The incubation period for Influenza infection is one to seven days.
  • The infectious period for Influenza is defined as one day prior to the onset of illness to 24 hours after the fever ends without the use of fever-reducing medications.
  • The illness has been presenting as mild flu symptoms with a fever lasting two to three days.
  • The Influenza virus lives on surfaces for two to eight hours.
  • Current data indicate the risk of infection among persons age 65 or older is less than the risk for younger age groups (as compared to seasonal influenza).

Groups at the highest risk for complications of the Influenza virus:

  • Pregnant women
  • People who live with and care for children younger than six months of age
  • Healthcare and emergency medical personnel
  • People between the ages of six months and 24 years (this includes most of our students)
  • People ages 25-64 years of age who have chronic health conditions (such as asthma, heart disease, or diabetes)

General Resources


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Alcoholics Anonymous


Drug and Substance Abuse