At Saint Anselm, in our nursing, public health, and health sciences programs you will gain a humanistic approach to patient care and community challenges. You will develop strong critical-thinking skills, and ethical decision-making honed by your required courses and enhanced by a strong foundation in the liberal arts. With a Saint Anselm degree, you’ll graduate prepared for a successful career and life in the field of healthcare.
NCLEX nursing licensure pass rate, significantly higher than the national average of 86.06%
of Saint Anselm nurses have been employed within the first six months of graduation since 2017
square foot (estimated) new facility, including nursing simulation labs and high-fidelity patient simulators
Breaking Ground on a New Facility
The new state-of-the-art facility at Grappone Hall will be the home of the Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Estimated to be 45,000 square feet in size, the new facility will include nursing simulation labs, high-fidelity classrooms, student study spaces, and other features.
Inaugural dean of the JEAN School of Nursing and Health Sciences
"I'm truly honored to have this unique opportunity to build upon the rich history and reputation of Saint Anselm nursing, and bring the public health and health sciences programs into the fold to create the college's first school. Together with the exceptional team of Saint Anselm's nursing and health sciences faculty and staff, I am looking forward to creating a dynamic environment at the new school, and advancing the college's strategic plan."