Updates and information pertaining to the different centers and departments of Saint Anselm College. Please refer back to this page for future updates.
Campus Partner Updates
In cooperation with the March 17, 2020 directive from the Diocese of Manchester, all liturgies in the Abbey Church (Mass and Liturgy of the Hours) are now closed to the public. For those who remain on campus, the Abbey Church remains open from 5:30 am to 7:30 pm for private prayer.
Please know that members of our community continue to pray for all of you during this difficult time.
For updates, please visit https://www.saintanselmabbey.org/news-events/news/saint-anselm-abbey-responds-coronavirus
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
If you already have been working with an ARC peer tutor or writing assistant, and would to request a virtual appointment, please send an email directly to that tutor/writing assistant. Please keep in mind that not all of our tutors and writing assistants are able to provide remote services. If you have difficulty reaching a peer tutor or writing assistant, or if you would like to make a new request, please send an email to the following:
For a subject peer tutor, please write to Dr. Benjamin Horton, the Assistant Director of the ARC, at email@example.com. Please include the course name and number, and the name of the professor in your request.
For a writing assistant, please write to Professor Ann-Maria Contarino, the Coordinator of the Writing Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the course name and number, and the nature of the writing assignment in your request.
If you require any other assistance from the ARC, please feel free to contact Caitlin Albright, the ARC’s Administrative Assistant II.
If you have comments or questions about any of the ARC's services, please email Kenneth Walker at email@example.com. The team at the ARC is eager to help.
Office of Admission
All admission visits are cancelled until further notice.
The 25th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 5 has been cancelled.
The Northeast-10 Conference and its Council of Presidents announced that all intercollegiate athletics competitions and practices by its member schools scheduled for the spring season across all 24 of the league's sports have been canceled.
Saint Anselm release: https://anselm.prestosports.com/general/2019-20/releases/20200316vl1zvz
Effective March 23rd the Bookstore will be closed for "in store" customers.
Our online Bookstore will be available with Free Ground shipping to your home address during this time.
There have been no changes to the Spring Text Rental return Due date of May 8, 2020.
Students will receive detailed email instructions on how to retrieve your Prepaid FedEx label for Rental returns later in the semester.
Campus Mail Center
On March 26, 2020 New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu joined several other New England states in ordering in-person operations of nonessential businesses to close and telling New Hampshire’s residents to stay home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. This measure was already being practiced at Saint Anselm College.
Until such time that we are allowed to return to campus and resume normal operations, we are unable to fulfill requests for forwarding of mail or packages.
Daily noon prayer on Instagram Live – follow @stacampusmin
Watch your email for the weekly program schedule!
Need to Talk? All Campus Ministers are available to talk by appointment. Please e-mail the campus minister individually, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not sure who you want to talk to, but know you could use someone. Even if we're not on campus together, we are here for you!
Career Development Center
The following CDC events have been cancelled:
Internship Showcase (April 15, 2020)
Center for Ethics in Business and Governance
Center for Ethics in Business and Governance events are postponed until further notice. News, announcements, and commentary continue on the Center blog.
Chapel Art Center
Gallery programs and events have been suspended until further notice.
The Coffee Shop, the Gallo Café, and the Common Grounds Café are closed until further notice.
We are offering remote reference services via chat and email in support of the faculty and students. While we can no longer initiate interlibrary loans for physical items, we are glad to try to obtain digital copies (e.g. journal articles, book chapters) for you.
Please keep an eye on the Geisel Library webpage -- https://www.anselm.edu/library -- as we can update you with resources and services information from this point. We encourage you to contact your subject specialist (see list here -- https://www.anselm.edu/geisel-library/services/liaison-program) with library and resources related questions. Please know I will also update the Campus Partners Page on the College’s Covid-19 site as such updating is appropriate.
Many vendors are offering their resources and collections freely for the next couple of months to aid students, faculty, and researchers as they transition to remote teaching and learning. Such resources include:
- 10 Bloomsbury collections covering the humanities, social sciences, visual arts, drama, education, philosophy, music, and theology, including a special Churchill Archive.
- Thousands of ebooks and videos from Sage, including their specialized Research Methods series.
- 256 Elsevier e-textbooks through their ScienceDirect platform.
- Over 6000 videos through Kanopy, including award-winning documentaries and the Great Courses series.
- And much, much, more!
You may access this amazing list of resources through the online Guide titled: Access Library Resources & Help from Off Campus on the Library's home page: https://www.anselm.edu/library Or directly with this link: https://geiselguides.anselm.edu/offcampusaccess Be sure to click on the "Temporary Free Online Resources" tab.
We hope you enjoy these great new resources and welcome your feedback.
Please contact Electronic Resources Librarian, Laura Gricius-West, at email@example.com or Head of Collection Development, Melinda Malik, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any comments, questions, or concerns.
As our campus community adapts in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s normal to feel stressed, anxious or overwhelmed. As part of our commitment to our students’ whole health, we’re working with SilverCloud, a clinically proven online mental health platform, to offer programs that build resilience, help you manage anxiety or depression, and help you develop skills to manage stress and sleep issues. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness and positive psychology, these action-oriented programs build self-awareness and self-management skills for your emotional health.
To sign up, please visit https://gsh.silvercloudhealth.com/signup/ and choose Saint Anselm from the dropdown list to get started.
Please note, to confirm your eligibility, you will need to use your school-issued .edu email address. This service is confidential and your e-mail address will not be used outside of the SilverCloud platform.
New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP)
NH Institute of Politics programs and events have been suspended until further notice.
Saint Anselm Abbey
Please visit https://www.saintanselmabbey.org/news-events/news/saint-anselm-abbey-responds-coronavirus for ongoing updates.
White Swan Yoga
Due to the college closure, yoga classes will no longer be held on campus. White Swan Yoga studio is also closed due to COVID-19 precautions.
Online classes are currently being created and will be made available at no charge to those participants who were registered at Saint Anselm College.
For any questions, please reach out to Rosie Latona at email@example.com.