Founded in 1889 by the Order of Saint Benedict, Saint Anselm College is a Catholic school in southeast New Hampshire and the third-oldest Catholic institution in New England. Saint Anselm grants undergraduate degrees in 45 academic majors dedicated to educating students in the Benedictine tradition. In addition, all first year students are required to enroll in a humanities course called Conversatio focusing on discussions of value, moral choice, and human significance. As a Catholic college, Saint Anselm celebrates mass every day of the week in the Saint Anselm Abbey Church.
this is the perfect school for faithful republicans who want to become more active in politics. there is a large focus on political activity and the development of critical thinkers and active citizens. even the less popular majors are excellently staffed with enthusiastic professors.
Elena from Pembroke, NH
i love my school. however i do work very hard and my grades don't always reflect it. there are some problems with my school but i'd rather be here than anywhere else.