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20. Building K (residence) Abbey Church* 21. Dominic Hall (residence) Saint Anselm Abbey* 22. Bradley House (faculty offices) Joseph Hall (Faculty offices and seminar rooms) 23. Gadbois Hall (nursing and classrooms) Alumni Hall (Administration, Admission, 24. St. Joan of Arc Hall (residence) Business Office, Alva deMars Megan Chapel 25. Baroody Hall (residence) Art Center, Financial Aid, President, Registrar, 26. Sullivan Ice Arena Student Affairs, North Hall-residence) 27. Davison Hall (dining) Jean Building (Bookstore) 28. Dana Center for the Humanities (Humanities Program, Print Shop / Copy Center Koonz Theatre) Coffee Shop and Pub 29. Goulet Science Center Building M (residence) 30. Cushing Student Center (Academic Advising, Building L (residence) Academic Resource Center, Campus Ministry, Faltin Hall (residence) Career and Employment Services, Meelia Center for Boutselis Hall (residence) Community Services, Multicultural Center, Dupont Hall (residence) Health Services, Mail Center, Student Activities) Paul Hall (residence) 31. Stoutenburgh Gymnasium Reilly Hall (residence) 32. Carr Activities and Fitness Center (recreational) Nivelle Hall (residence) 33 New Hampshire Institute of Politics Building F (residence) 34. Danais Hall (residence) Curtis Hall (residence) 35. Primeau Hall (residence) Kelly Hall (residence) 36. Gerald Hall (residence) Barlow Hall (residence) 37. Cohen Hall (residence)

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Mareski Hall (residence) Raphael Hall (residence) Breck House (residence) Von Dy Rowe House (residence) Sullivan House (residence) Rowell House (residence) Brady Hall (residence) Bertrand Hall (residence) Hilary Hall (residence) Poisson Hall (Information Technology) Geisel Library Comiskey Center (Fine Arts) Falvey House (residence) Collins House (residence) Daley Maintenance Center St. Mary Hall (residence) Scholastica House (residence)* Francis House (residence)* Izart Observatory (not shown on map) Parking Walkways * Saint Anselm Abbey buildings

Rev. 3/2010

From Points Southeast Take Rt. 93 North to Rt. 293 North, bear left to Rt. 101 West (Bedford, Goffstown) to Junction of 101 and 114 (set of lights) then continue as described.* From Points Southwest Take Rt. 3 North. Continue to Everett Tpk. North to Rt. 101 West to Junction of 101 and 114 (set of lights) then continue as described.* From Points North Take Rt. 93 South to Rt. 293 South (Everett Turnpike) to Rt. 101 West to Junction of 101 and 114 (set of lights) then continue as described.*

From Seacoast Take Rt. 101 West then continue as described below.* From Points West Take Rt. 101 East then continue as described below.* *From Junction of Rt. 101 and Rt. 114 At the junction of Rt. 101 and Rt. 114, continue straight on Rt. 114 North. Continue through two sets of lights. The third set of lights is Saint Anselm Drive. Take right onto Saint Anselm Drive. Campus is approximately one mile on right. From Manchester Airport Take Brown Ave. North to Rt. 101 West to Junction of 101 and 114, (set of lights) then continue as described. * From Bus Station (Manchester Transportation Center) Take Granite St. West to intersection of Rt. 293 South (Everett Turnpike) to Rt 101 West to Junction of 101 and 114 (set of lights) then continue as described.*

About Saint Anselm College

Founded in 1889, Saint Anselm College is a Benedictine, Catholic, liberal arts college dedicated to undergraduate education. Located on 400 acres overlooking Manchester, New Hampshire, Saint Anselm seeks to provide an educational experience that promotes the intellectual, spiritual and personal growth of its students. Saint Anselm College is the third oldest Catholic college in New England. Just under 2,000 students representing 28 states and 21 foreign countries. Over 85 percent of students live on campus in residence halls, townhouses and apartments.


Welcome to


Beautifully wooded 400-acre campus overlooking the city of Manchester, New Hampshire. All academic and residential facilities are linked to high-speed Internet access.


Centrally located in southern New Hampshire, the college is only an hour's drive from the Atlantic coastline, Boston, and the White Mountain National Forest, and 4 hours from New York City and Montreal.

Exceptional Facilities

Among the college's facilities are the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, Geisel Library, Dana Humanities and Performing Arts Center, Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center, student computing center, academic resource center and state-of-the-art science facilities.


Manchester Bus Station


Of the 130 full-time faculty, 92 percent hold a Ph.D. or the highest level degree in their discipline. The faculty-student ratio is 1:14.

New England's Benedictine College


For more information contact: Office of Admission 100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH 03102-1310. Telephone: (603) 641-7500, (888) 426-7356 Website:

100 Saint Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH 03102-1310 Tel. 603-641-7000



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