Saint Anselm College was ranked #102 on the best national liberal arts colleges in the U.S. News & World Report's 2021 rankings guide based on such factors as graduation and retention rates, faculty resources, and high school counselor and student assessments.
The U.S. News & World Report also included Saint Anselm College on their list of "Best Value Schools," and “Top Performers on Social Mobility.”
In addition, Forbes ranked Saint Anselm #319 among 650 colleges for its ability to provide a quality education in an affordable manner.
U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2021
Saint Anselm is ranked #102 in National Liberal Arts Colleges based on such factors as student-to-faculty ratio, graduation and retention rates, and high school counselor and student assessments. See ranking list
- Ranked #90 in Best Value Schools
- Ranked # 126 in Top Performers on Social Mobility for its success in enrolling and graduating disadvantaged students.
The Princeton Review’s Best 386 Colleges
- Best Value Colleges Ranking Lists for 2021 - The Princeton Review includes Saint Anselm as it highlights the 209 colleges and universities that based on a combination of institutional and student survey data, including academic rigor, affordability, and career outcomes for graduates, among others are considered a good return on your investment.
Forbes: America’s Top Colleges
Saint Anselm ranked #319 on Top Colleges 2020 among 650 colleges and universities for its ability to provide a quality education in an affordable manner. The Forbes review’s mission is to provide an annual review of the undergraduate institutions that deliver the top academics, best experiences, career success and lowest debt. See ranking list
- Ranked #211 in private colleges
- Ranked #111 in liberal arts universities
- Ranked #126 in the Northeast
- The rankings are based on six general categories: alumni salary, student satisfaction, American leaders, on-time graduation rate, and academic success.
Kiplinger's "Best College Values" 2019
Saint Anselm College was named to Kiplinger’s 2019 “Best College Values” list which assesses colleges and universities on academic quality and affordability. Among 500 institutions, Saint Anselm ranked #156; among liberal arts schools, #76. Kiplinger’s criterion for selection is to meet their definition of value: “a high-quality education at an affordable price.” See ranking list
Times/MONEY Magazine Best College for Your Money 2020
Saint Anselm College named one of 2020 "Best Colleges for Your Money.” For this list, MONEY ranked colleges based on quality of education, affordability, and outcomes. See ranking list
College Factual: Best Catholic University Nationwide
Payscale: Best Value Liberal Arts Colleges
Saint Anselm was ranked #40 amongst “best value” liberal arts colleges. See ranking list
Zippia: Best College in the State for Getting a Job in 2020
Saint Anselm was ranked #1 for landing a job after graduation in the state of New Hampshire. See ranking
Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN)
Saint Anselm College was named one of the top five schools for service in the New England region on the recent CVN national Top Schools for Service List. See full list
College Raptor's "Hidden Gems" & Best Colleges
Saint Anselm was named as New Hampshire's highest ranked college among nation-wide colleges that received fewer than 5,000 applications per year, based on College Raptor's overall ranking of factors including selectivity, retention rate, graduation rate, campus diversity, and other factors. See ranking list
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings 2021
Ranked as one of the top 100 best liberal arts colleges in the country at #92, Saint Anselm was numbered #252 overall among more than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities. The rankings are made up of 15 individual performance indicators related to resources, engagement, environment, and outcomes. See ranking list
Business Insider's "Underrated" Colleges
Saint Anselm College was ranked #35 among "50 Most Underrated Colleges in America" based on reputation and future earnings, with an emphasis on graduates who earn high mid-career salaries. See ranking list