Service & Volunteering

Best Buddies

The purpose of Best Buddies is to raise awareness within the student body of individuals with intellectual or development disabilities and help facilitate the development of relationships between students and community members with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

Jane Sobolov

Governance & Special Leadership

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is one of seven committees of the student government and is the primary coordinator of entertainment and events for the student body. The board consists of five sub committees: coffee shop, promotions, special events, and trips and travel. These committees program regular performers, comedians, musicians, trips, give-aways, and special events such as Welcome Back Week, Christmas with CAB, Winter Week, and Party Your Classes Off.

David Mckillop

Arts & Performance


The Saint Anselm College Choir, the college's official choral group, is one of the most-loved activities on campus. The 80 student auditioned group practices on Mondays and Wednesdays and sings at the Sunday 7 pm liturgy every week of the school year, and on special occasions such as the Masses for the opening of the school year, Family Weekend, Nurses' Pinning, Confirmation and the Baccalaureate Mass (the weekend of graduation). In addition, the choir performs two concerts each year: DecemberSong (an Advent-Christmas program), and the spring concert in April. For more information, including audition information, please see the choir website.

Eric Bermani


Chemistry Club

This club affords an opportunity for students of chemical science the opportunity to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and to foster awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.

Prof. Nicole Eyet


Bowling Club

The purpose of this club is to provide the students of Saint Anselm College an outlet to enjoy the recreational activity of bowling. Through a safe, exciting and engaging environment the students of Saint Anselm College will bond by learning how to play and improve their skills in bowling while meeting new people.

Dr. Benjamin Horton

Arts & Performance

Dance Club

The purpose of this student organization is to provide interested students with an outlet for expression and education in dance. The club performs at various campus activities including sporting events and talent shows.

Riley Casey

Social & Cultural

College Democrats

The purpose of the Saint Anselm College Democrats is to promote and create an awareness of the political issues of our nation, state, city, and campus; stimulate greater familiarity with the American political system, develop interest in these aforementioned objects, and to encourage active and regular involvement in the Democratic party and in decision making within that party at all levels of government.

Neil Levesque


Education Club

The society's purpose is to promote the awareness of the education field. Further, the society aims to provide a means for the exchange of ideas; to provide academic and social interaction for the members, and to aid the Anselmian community in furthering their awareness of and participation in education-related endeavors and activities.

Affiliated with the Education Department

Prof. Diane Sherman


Finance Club

This organization has an interest in all areas of finance in the modern world.

Prof. Luke Miller

Club Sports

Field Hockey Club

The purpose of the club is to enhance the women's sports programs by offering an opportunity for both experienced and novice players to participate in field hockey. The club will also be involved in teaching basic skills involved in field hockey while improving those skills of experienced players. We will be recognized as a club sport by Saint Anselm College and by other competing colleges.

Prof. Kaitlyn Clarke