Saint Anselm College actively seeks a diversity of students. The college admits students of any race, creed, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

Saint Anselm College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national and ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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  • Academic Regulations

    The summer courses at Saint Anselm College are intensive academic experiences. Each class is of at least two hours duration, providing a highly concentrated continuous immersion in one subject area.

    The intensity of the program allows for a coverage in depth well beyond the usual. No student is allowed to take more than two courses in any one session or in any two sessions whose schedules overlap. Students are expected to attend all classes. Instructors may take absences into account when determining a student's academic standing and course grade. For Saint Anselm College students, no more than 12 credit hours from the College's online courses may count toward the College's graduation requirements.

  • Who May Enroll

    Saint Anselm College actively seeks a diversity of students. The College admits students of any race, creed, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

    Beginning in 2016, non-Saint Anselm College students may enroll in any of the on-campus and online sessions.

  • Accreditation and Memberships/ ADA504 Compliance Statement

    Saint Anselm College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. It holds membership in the Association of American Colleges, the American Council on Education, the National Catholic Educational Association, and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. For a complete list, please refer to the College Catalog.

    Saint Anselm College is a co-educational institution. All courses are on the undergraduate level and have been selected to enable:

    1. Undergraduate students to accelerate programs, to supplement their academic programs, and/or to make up deficiencies.
    2. High school graduates or competent high school seniors to start their college programs, and/or to strengthen a particular area of academic need.
    3. People to undertake studies which will further their personal and vocational goals.

    ADA/504 Compliance Statement

    Saint Anselm College is committed to meeting the needs of students with documented physical, sensory, psychiatric, and learning disabilities. To disclose a disability and request accommodations, please contact Kenneth Walker in the Academic Resource Center (ARC), who will assist you in making contact with faculty members and arranging available support services and accommodations. To ensure that accommodations are arranged in a timely manner, you are encouraged to make your request immediately after you register for a summer course.

    For questions concerning support services, documentation guidelines, or disability:
    Academic Resource Center (ARC) Kenneth J. Walker, Director Tel. (603) 641-7193 kwalker@anselm.edu.

    Find additional information on documentation guidelines.

  • Classroom Legend

     

    Rooms

    Location

    ACC Room A

    Poisson Hall

    LL1

    Alumni Hall - Lower Level through Chapel Art Lobby

    LL2 - LL7

    Alumni Hall - Lower Level

    5-11

    Alumni Hall - Third Floor

    12-16

    Alumni Hall - Fourth Floor

    4G - 208G

    Gadbois Hall

    104 - 108

    Poisson Hall

    2111

    Goulet Science Center – Lab room

    2205

    Goulet Science Center - Perini Lecture Hall

    3100 - 3105

    Goulet Science Center

    1C - 18C

    Comiskey Center - Adjacent to Collins & Falvey House

    4001 - 4007

    New Hampshire Institute of Politics

    005 and 010

    Joseph Hall - Ground Floor

    110

    Joseph Hall - First Floor

    209

    Joseph Hall - Second Floor

  • Credit Transfer

    Transfer of Credit to Other Institutions

    College undergraduates who desire that credits earned be applied to their college degree programs should have their summer session course selection approved by an appropriate official of their college or university.

    All official transcripts must be requested online through http://iwantmytranscript.com. Transcripts will be issued only when all financial accounts have been settled. The transcript fee is $6 per copy.

  • Grades

    The designations A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D-, F, HP, LP, P, NP are employed to indicate the quality of student work. "A" indicates excellent work; "B" indicates above-average work; "C" indicates average work; "D" indicates below-average work; "F" indicates failure; the symbols "+" and "-" indicate intermediate levels; "HP" indicates High Pass; "LP" indicates Low Pass; "P" indicates Pass; "NP" indicates No Pass. The designations "HP", "LP", "P" and "NP" are used only in grading some internship and clinical area programs.  Notations that may be assigned by the Office of the Dean of the College are: I, W, and WF. "I" indicates incomplete work because of illness or other serious reason reported to and accepted by the Director of Summer School; "W" indicates withdrawal from a course with permission of the Director of Summer School; "WF" indicates the withdrawal from a course at a time when the student's work is below passing quality.

    Nursing students should refer to the "Nursing Class Standing and Grading Procedure" in the Nursing section of this catalogue. "P" and "NP" are used only in grading some internship and clinical area programs.

    Incomplete work must be made up by November 4, 2016.

    Any other inquiries may be submitted via telephone to (603) 641-7400 or mailed to:

    Summer School Office, Box #1732
    Saint Anselm College
    100 Saint Anselm Drive
    Manchester, NH 03102-1310

  • Housing for Summer School Students

    Summer housing will be provided on a limited, first come - first served basis for Saint Anselm College students only. Summer residences will open on Sunday, May 21, 2017 and will close on July 14, 2017.

    All students MUST be out of summer residence within 24 hours of completion of final exams. Exceptions will be made only by special permission through the Office of Residential Life and Education. All College rules and regulations will remain in effect and residents are subject to enforcement of College policies found in the current Student Handbook and in Summer Housing information booklets.

    The fee for summer housing is $145 per week. A security deposit of $145 is required to reserve a space for summer housing and will serve as last week's payment. To apply for summer housing or for more information, please contact the Office of Residential Life and Education at 603-222-4006 or by e-mail at residencelife@anselm.edu.

  • Tuition & Fees

    Tuition 4 Credit Course - $1400 (W/O Lab)
    4 Credit Course - $1751 (W/Lab)
    5 Credit Course - $2121 (W/Lab)
    Audit Fee - $550 Fees Science
    Lab fee - $75
    Studio Art fee to be determined by course
    Registration fee - $50

    Note: All students, including faculty dependents and staff, are required to pay the $50.00 Registration fee. Fees are non-refundable unless the course is cancelled.

    Payment

    Payment in full is due at time of registration. Please see Registration & Payment for allowable payment methods.

    Financial Aid

    There are no specific grants of financial aid made for the summer program.

    Refunds

    A student withdrawing during the summer session will be refunded tuition according to the following percentages:

    • Within the first week: 60%
    • Within two weeks: 20%
    • Over two weeks: 0%

    In determining the percentage of refund, the date of withdrawal will be the date the student notifies the Director of Summer School in writing. Absence from class does not constitute withdrawal, nor does it relieve the student of the responsibility for tuition charges.