of the class of 2016 employed, in school, or in service (within 6 months of graduation)
Our liberal arts education prepares you for life. You gain the knowledge and insight that employers and graduate schools are looking for. So you’ll graduate ready for whatever comes next.
in nation for food
It’s no secret we have amazing, homemade food. You'll love our legendary Saint A's burger and Egg Saint A's! Which is why "The Princeton Review" ranks us #8 in the nation for best campus food.
jobs and internships through career center
We're committed to helping you find internships and jobs. In fact, our Career Development Center is dedicated to assisting you in developing a plan for post-graduate success.
community service hours by community
That’s how many hours we volunteered last year. We believe in giving and serving. Which is why "The Princeton Review" has named us 5th in the nation for students engaged in community service.
student to faculty ratio
Our small classes mean your professors will actually know you. They’ll be dedicated to your success and work to help you reach your goals. Does it get any better than that?
U.S. Presidents have visited campus
In the past 50 years, every U.S. President, and nearly every candidate, has debated or spoken here. Our New Hampshire Institute of Politics is a critical campaign stop.
average class size
We think every voice in the classroom should be heard. It makes for better debates and more interesting discussions. Our small classes are more personal with individual attention.
intercollegiate athletic teams
We're in the NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference. Our student athletes bring a spirit of competition to the field, ice, court, and course. Be a part of our tradition of hard work, discipline, and respect.
Year Saint Anselm was founded
Over 125 years ago, we opened our doors to students of every religion, status, and ethnicity. Today, we’re still opening doors as the third-oldest Catholic college in New England.
acres on campus
That’s enough space for over 60 buildings, two quads, an ice arena, sports fields, and a pond. With lots of room to roam, you won’t run out of things to do on campus.
Clubs and organizations
Campus is full of people who like to sing, dance, debate, ski, and play chess. Whatever you like to do, we’ve got a club for it. If we don’t, you can start your own.
students awarded financial aid
We award $63 million in total aid to our students each year. We’ll help you secure the funds you need to finance your education. So you can focus on your studies, not your finances.