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Class of 2011 Profile

The College
  Founded in 1889
  Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic, Order of Saint Benedict
     
Campus/Location
  400-acre, residential campus in Manchester, New Hampshire, one hour from Boston, one hour from the New Hampshire and Maine seacoasts, and one hour from the White Mountain National Forest
 
Enrollment
  Undergraduates: Nearly 2,000 men and women
  Geography: 28 states and 21 countries are represented
  87% reside in campus-owned, -operated, or -affiliated housing
     
Student/Faculty Ratio
  13:1
     
Student Retention
  Returning after the first year: 88%
  Retention Rate: 83%
  Graduation after 4 years: 74%
 
Faculty
  170 faculty members (130 full-time)
  92% have terminal degrees
  Primary commitment is to teaching undergraduates through coursework and collaborative research
 
Scholarships
Saint Anselm offers merit scholarships based on a student’s academic achievement, leadership skills, and other criteria. Award amounts range from $3,500 to $12,500
 
Academic Programs
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Majors: 31
 
  Honors Program
  Study-abroad opportunities
Internships
  Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
 

Cooperative College Consortium: N.H. College and University Council

 
Majors
Visit our Academic Department & Programs Web page for information about our majors.
Accounting
Biochemistry
Biology
Business
Chemistry
Classics
Computer Science
Computer Science with Business
Computer Science with Math
Criminal Justice
Economics
English
Environmental Science
Financial Economics
Fine Arts
French
History
International Business
International Relations
Liberal Studies in the Great Books
Mathematics
Mathematics with Economics
Natural Science
Nursing
Philosophy
Physics (Applied)
Politics
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish
Theology
 
Certificate Programs
Asian Studies
Catholic Studies
Communication
Environmental Studies
Fine Arts in Visual Arts, Music, or
Theatre

Forensics
French
German
Greek
Human Relations and Work
International Studies
Latin
Latin American Studies
Medieval Studies
Public Policy Studies
Russian Area Studies
Secondary Education
Spanish


Pre-Professional Programs
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  Cooperative Engineering
  Pre-Dental
  Pre-Law
  Pre-Medicine
  Pre-Theological
  Pre-Veterinary
 
Campus Life
  Housing: guaranteed for four years to students who enter as freshmen
  Style: traditional residence halls, suite-style, and apartments
  Clubs and organizations: 80+
  Community service: Over 850 students volunteer nearly 18,000 hours of their time during the academic year through weekly service, special service events, and service learning
 
Athletics
  Saint Anselm fields 20 men's and women's varsity teams, which compete in NCAA Division II. The college recently built a $7.9 million hockey arena on campus and has added women's ice hockey to its offerings.
  Conference Information - Division: Northeast-10 and ECAC
     
  Men's Women's
  Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Skiing
Soccer
Tennis
Basketball
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Skiing
Soccer
Softball
Tennis
Volleyball
   
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