Help Our Students Succeed!
When your child enters Saint Anselm College, you become a part of our Anselmian community. When you see how much your child loves Saint Anselm, you want to get involved - to support your child and help other young people have the same great experience.
The Saint Anselm College Parents Program welcomes current and past parents and family members. As ambassadors for the college, parent volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the future of their children's alma mater. The Parents Program also facilitates opportunities for parents to become involved in the life of the college and to preserve and enhance the quality of the Saint Anselm experience for their children, their children's classmates and future students.
Parents play a vital role in admissions, supporting career services, engaging the wider community, and contributing to the long-term success of the college. Through the Anselmian Volunteer Network, you can deepen your involvement with Saint Anselm College.
- Volunteer as a parent liaison for the college by participating in events on campus and in your local community.
- Assist the Office of College Advancement by encouraging parent giving and thanking parent donors.
- Aid the Office of Admission by helping to recruit students, contacting parents or hosting regional receptions.
- Support the Office of Career Services by developing internship opportunities and advising students starting professional careers.
Take this opportunity to get involved today! Become an active Anselmian - register with the Anselmian Volunteer Network.
Parents Leadership Council
The Parents Leadership Council (PLC) is a group of parent volunteers who play a leadership role at Saint Anselm College.
PLC members support the education of their children and other Saint Anselm students, and they help advance the reach and reputation of the college. Members share a common interest in strengthening the college's mission to deliver a rigorous liberal arts education rooted in Catholic, Benedictine values.
Parents Leadership Council, 2019-2020
Mrs. Andrea Brandeis P'18, P'20, PLC Chair
Mr. John '92 and Mrs. Julie Donohue P'21
Mr. Robert and Mrs. Colleen McCabe P'21
Drs. Daniel '84 and Mary O’Brien P'18, P'22
Mr. Jacques and Mrs. Chantal Plante P'21