Michelle Henwood, Class of 2023, is a hard-working student-athlete who strives for success academically and athletically. She is an Elementary Education Major who continues to make the most of her experience on the Hilltop. She always finds ways to brighten someone's day on campus and looks to get involved whenever she can in the Saint Anselm Community. Michelle is a great teammate on and off the volleyball court showing great leadership skills which translates to the work she does in the Academic Resource Center (ARC), tutoring fellow students in Spanish.
Chloe Londoño-Ayr, Class of 2023 is a joyous student who always makes the most of her college experience on the Hilltop. She is a Nursing major with a Spanish minor. As a junior, Chloe is an Orientation Leader and enjoys creating connections with the first-year students each year. She seeks to get involved in activities whenever she can including the Ultimate Frisbee Club. She also finds ways to celebrate her Hispanic Heritage and is a vocal member of the LGBTQ+ community. She is also an Admissions Ambassador giving tours to prospective students and their families of Saint Anselm College, all while maintaining a respectable social and academic life.
Macy Spinks, Class of 2023 is an intelligent student athlete who has made the most of her experience on the Hilltop. She is an English Literature major with a Gender Studies minor. Not only does she succeed in the classroom with a consistent 4.0 GPA, but she is a strong and hardworking asset on the women's basketball team. Her work doesn't stop there, she is also involved in SAAC (Student Athlete Athletic Committee) with the passion for proposing positive changes to the campus community from the perspective of a student athlete. As a junior, Macy has continued to make the most of her experience on the Hilltop while investing most of her time excelling academically, athletically, and socially.
David Chairez, a member of Saint Anselm College’s class of 2022 is an active member on this campus. He is involved with Residential Life, The Father Jonathan Center for Intercultural Learning and Inclusion, NHIOP, Admissions, and more. He has been able to use his experience as a Transitions Peer Mentor and time working with The Father Jonathan Center for Intercultural Learning and Inclusion to shape his experience here as Saint Anselm College.
Caitlin Golden is a senior here at Saint Anselm College where she works hard to be a part of her community and build her leadership skills. Here on campus she is very involved in campus ministry where this coming semester she will be leading her own trip for service work in Georgia as well as leading as the President of Social Justice Club.
Connor O’Brien, Class of 2021 at Saint Anselm College is a student who takes advantage of his experience here as much as possible. Connor is a hard working student who is also involved in a variety of clubs and organizations on campus. He is a member of the Red Key Society, Student Government Association, Campus Ministry, Admissions, and also works in the Deans office. Being a junior here Connor has been able to make the most of his experience and call this campus his second home.
Ray Portu is a senior Politics and Communication double major from the Seacoast area in New Hampshire. He is a very dedicated and passionate leader on campus where he is involved heavily in Campus Ministry. He served as a leader for A360, Urban Immersion, Service and Solidarity trips, and walked in Road for Hope this past summer.
Shelsey Vega, Class of 2021 at Saint Anselm College is a student who has made the most of her experience on the hilltop. She is a hardworking student involved in numerous activites including the Meelia Center, a member of the leadership team for the annual Unity retreat, and an RA. Shelsey has used her involvement in campus to help make Saint A's more diverse and understanding community. Her involvement on campus has allowed her to make the most of her four years on campus.
Jenifer Wallitsch, Class of 2021 at Saint Anselm College is a student who has made the most of her experience on the hilltop. She is a hard working student involved in numerous activities including SGA Senate, NHIOP, and Admissions. Jen has a passion for the environment, and as a senior, her and her roommates worked together to implement recycling back on campus. Jen’s involvement on campus has allowed her to make the most of her four years on campus.