It is fair to say few historical moments will be as momentous to campus life as the outbreak of COVID-19, a global health crisis that led to a decision not seen at Saint Anselm College since the Spanish Flu in 1918. This site will provide updates and resources relating to the College’s response to COVID-19.
Saint Anselm College’s decisions in response to the global pandemic are guided by the following core principles:
- To keep the community safe.
- To do what is right for our students, their parents and families, faculty, staff, and members of the monastery.
- To maintain the perpetuity of Saint Anselm College.
A Message from Dr. Favazza - 06/29/2020
We are excited to resume on-campus classes August 19. Today we would like to share some of the progress our “Return to the Hilltop” team has made as we eagerly await the homecoming of our students, faculty and staff.
Return to Work Protocols and Information - 06/29/2020
Now that the State of New Hampshire’s Stay-at-Home Order has been lifted, we can all begin to think about our return to work on campus. While there are still many questions about what work will look like for all of us over the next few months, and not all of us will be together on campus for some time to come, I write to provide some guidelines for returning, and to answer questions I have received about how work will be modified over the next few months.
College Announces Plans for Fall 2020 - 06/09/2020
Saint Anselm College President Joseph A. Favazza, Ph.D., announces that on-campus classes will resume on Aug. 19 with an adjusted academic calendar for the fall semester.
For all updates, please see our College Updates section.