Looking to visit Saint Anselm College? Here are some valuable resources to make sure you get the most out of your visit! Be sure to check out how to get to campus, the locations of different buildings across the Hilltop, and accommodations in the area. 


Campus Map & Parking

Use our interactive campus map to find buildings, parking lots and just about anything else on campus. You can also download a copy (PDF/581KB) to print and bring with you.

 

Download the Campus Map

You can also download a copy (PDF/4.6MB) to print and bring with you. You can use it to find specific buildings, parking lots, and just about anything else once you arrive on campus.

 


Directions

You can enter the address below into your GPS. Directions from various geographic locations as well as estimated driving distances are also provided below.

SAINT ANSELM COLLEGE
A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, New Hampshire 03102
(603) 641-7000
www.anselm.edu

  • From Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

    Exit the airport, bearing right out of the rotary onto Airport Road and Brown Avenue. Follow approximately 2 miles. Go through an overpass and under a highway and turn left onto Interstate 293 North. Get in a middle-left lane; cross over Merrimack River. At fork, go straight onto Route 101 (do not bear right and do not follow 293 North to Manchester).

    At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), continue straight onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

  • From Boston, MA and Points South

    Take Interstate 93 North to Interstate 293 North. Pass the Mall of NH on left. Cross over Merrimack River. At fork, go straight onto Route 101 (do not bear right and do not follow 293 North to Manchester).

    At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), continue straight onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

  • From Portsmouth, NH and Seacoast

    Take Route 101 West toward Manchester. Head south on Interstate 93 for approximately 2 miles. Bear right onto Interstate 293 North (do not continue straight and do not continue on 93 South towards Boston).

    Pass the Mall of NH on left. Cross over Merrimack River. At fork, go straight onto Route 101 (do not bear right and do not follow Interstate 293 North to Manchester). At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), continue straight onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

  • From Keene, NH and Points West

    Take Route 101 East into Bedford. At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), turn left onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

  • From Lowell, MA/Nashua, NH and Points Southwest

    Take Route 3 North into NH. Route 3 becomes the Everett Turnpike. Continue north on Everett Turnpike. After Bedford toll plaza, and after exit for Interstate 293 South, exit the highway for Route 101. At top of ramp, continue straight onto Route 101.

    At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), continue straight onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

  • From Concord, NH and Points North

    Take Interstate 93 South. After the Hooksett Toll Plaza, bear left onto Interstate 293 South, winding along Merrimack River (on the left) through Manchester. Exit 293 South (as it becomes the Everett Turnpike) by bearing right onto Route 101.

    At the junction of Routes 101 and 114 (set of lights), continue straight onto Route 114 North, following power lines. At the 3rd stoplight, turn right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Main entrance to campus is approximately 1 mile ahead on right. NH Institute of Politics is ahead, down a hill, on the right.

Driving Distances to/from Saint Anselm College


Location, Lodging & Dining

Saint Anselm College is located in Manchester, New Hampshire, the largest city in the state. The Queen City is a dynamic and growing spot, combining exciting urban opportunities with nearby natural splendor. When not on campus, Saint Anselm students often find a second home in nearby Manchester where they can explore local restaurants, shops, and social centers, have a night on the town with friends, go to the movies, catch a concert or game, and more. Check out a few of the opportunities available in our backyard:

Bedford Village Inn

Stay

There are plenty of hotel accommodations conveniently located nearby Saint Anselm College. The following hotels offer preferred rates. Please call and mention Saint Anselm College to book your stay.

Downtown restaurants

Eat

Saint Anselm College is ranked 15th in the nation for its food! We hope you'll stick around and catch a bite to eat on campus.

The Manchester area - as well as its surrounding towns - also offer a wide variety of dining experiences. Looking for a recommendation? Ask any Anselmian community and they will certainly share their favorite spot!

White Mountains (Photo, courtesy of the New Hampshire Department of Travel & Tourism)

Explore New Hampshire

New Hampshire is home to gorgeous views and plenty of activities. Here are some of our favorites:

  • Ski, snowboard, or hike your way through the White Mountains
  • During the winter, check out the Ice Castles in Woodstock
  • Head to the seacoast for fun in Portsmouth and Hampton Beach
  • Spend some time at Lake Winnipesaukee
  • Shop 'til you drop at the outlets in Merrimack, Tilton, or North Conway
  • Visit the state house in Concord and walk around their downtown area
Boston city skyline

Explore New England

Saint Anselm College's location makes it easy to visit all different parts of New England. The following areas are all within 1-3 hours from campus:

  • Boston, MA
  • Providence, RI
  • Hartford, CT
  • Portland, ME
  • Burlington, VT