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2 0 1 7 Admitted Student Open House Friday, April 12, 2013 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.


PLAN YOUR DAY 8:30 A.M. WELCOME TO SAINT ANSELM COLLEGE Sullivan Arena

Rev. Jonathan P. DeFelice, O.S.B., President Eric Nichols, Director of Admission Christina Doyle, Associate Director of Admission Kevin Fitzgerald ’00, President of the Alumni Council

9:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. Various locations-Please see insert

Classes are available at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 1:30 p.m. See the schedule on the program insert to determine what classes you would like to attend.

9:30 A.M. – 2:30 P.M. Various locations

11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. Sullivan Arena

Join our faculty, staff, and students at a lunch provided by our award-winning Dining Services staff. After lunch, attend the Student Services Fair and meet people from departments all around campus.

2:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. Office of Admission

Do you have any more questions about ­enrolling at Saint Anselm College? Join admission staff and students for ­refreshments in the Office of Admission before you leave campus.

WORKSHOPS ACHIEVING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

10:30 A.M. & 11:30 A.M. NHIOP Auditorium

Fr. Augustine Kelly, O.S.B., Dean of the College, faculty, and students talk about academic opportunities and programs at Saint Anselm College. Topics will include the Academic Resource Center, internship and research ­opportunities, study abroad, and the way in which service learning is integrated into our curriculum. ATHLETICS

11:30 A.M.

North Lounge, Cushing Student Center

Athletics staff, students, and coaches or representatives from each sport will offer an overview of varsity and intramural programs. Please note that following this session, Athletics staff will be available at the Intercollegiate Athletics table at the Student Services Fair in Sullivan Arena until 1:30 p.m. FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION

11:30 A.M.

Koonz Theatre, Dana Center

Brad Poznanski, Vice President for College Marketing and Enrollment Management, will facilitate this session which includes information on the financial aid award letter, loans, Federal Work Study, and the monthly payment plan. Elizabeth Keuffel, Director of Financial Aid, and Katie Dionne, Business Office Manager, will co-present. FINE ARTS TOUR

10:30 A.M.

A walking tour will depart from the Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center lobby in Alumni Hall. View displays of student artwork and visit our fine arts studios in Alumni Hall and the Comiskey Art Center. HONORS PROGRAM INFORMATION SESSION

9:30 A.M.

NHIOP Auditorium

Dr. Keith Williams, Director of the Honors Program, will facilitate this information session. Meet students and faculty, ask questions, and learn what it means to be an honors student at Saint Anselm College.


NURSING INFORMATION SESSION AND TOUR

9:30 A.M.

Koonz Theatre, Dana Center

Dr. Sharon George, Dean of Nursing, nursing faculty and students will tell you why our nursing program is one of the most respected in the country. Tours of the nursing labs will take place in Gadbois Hall from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for students with last names A-M, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. for students with last names N-Z. STUDENT LIFE

9:30 A.M. & 10:30 A.M.

North Lounge, Cushing Student Center

Enjoy a glimpse of everyday life at Saint Anselm College with Dr. Alicia Finn, Dean of Students, and students who will discuss all aspects of life on campus: residence life, service and volunteer opportunities, intramurals, and clubs and organizations. THE BENEDICTINE SPIRIT OF SAINT ANSELM COLLEGE

10:30 A.M.

TODAY ON CAMPUS Campus tours leave regularly, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., from the center of the lower quad (across from Davison Dining Hall). After 1:30 p.m., tours will depart from the Office of Admission, first floor, Alumni Hall. Walking tours to the NHIOP leave regularly, 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. from the front of the Dana Center. A shuttle is available for guests who have difficulty walking. University of Notre Dame Partnership Reception (3-2 Engineering Program and ESTEEM Program) will be in the Reading Room of the Goulet Science Center at 2:30 p.m. The bookstore is open 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Coupons are ­available at the bookstore table at the Services Fair, Sullivan Arena. Most college offices are open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Feel free to visit any office. The Financial Aid Office is open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., lower level of Alumni Hall. Mass is celebrated at 5:15 p.m. in the upper church.

Abbey Church

Abbot Mark Cooper, O.S.B., and Susan Gabert, Director of Campus Ministry, will lead a discussion on the ways in which Benedictine values influence all that we do at Saint Anselm College. There will also be a tour of the Abbey Church, the “heart” of the campus. GOULET SCIENCE CENTER TOURS

1:30 P.M.

Explore our state-of-the-art laboratories with faculty and learn more about science student research opportunities. Directional assistance will be provided from the Reading Room. Biology – Goulet 1303 Chemistry – Goulet 2205 Physics – Goulet 3204 Psychology – Goulet 3415 TOURS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE INSTITUTE OF POLITICS & POLITICAL LIBRARY

9:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.

Walking tours will depart from the Dana Center – shuttles are also available.

Meet the NHIOP Student Ambassadors who will introduce you to the programs, facilities, and opportunities available at the institute. Whether it’s a political debate or a guest speaker, the institute’s goal is to add context to complicated issues and actively promote civic responsibility. The NHIOP gives students unprecedented access to world leaders and renowned academic scholars.

CONTACT INFORMATION Academic Advisement (603) 641-7465 Academic Dean’s Office (603) 641-7250 Academic Resource Center (603) 641-7017

Dean of Students & Residence Life (603) 641-7600 Health Services (603) 641-7028 Office of Admission (603) 641-7500

Athletic Office (603) 641-7800

Office of Financial Aid (603) 641-7110

Business Office (603) 641-7105

Office of the Registrar (603) 641-7400

@saintanselm #SAC17 Saint Anselm College Class of 2017

What comes next? www.anselm.edu/admitted


Admitted Student Open House Class Offerings TIME

CLASS

INSTRUCTOR

BUILDING

ROOM

LOCATION

9:30

Labor Economics

Prof. Schmidt

Poisson Hall

106

1st Floor

9:30

Special Topics: Integrated Sciences II

Prof. Eyet

Goulet Hall

3100

3rd Floor

9:30

Physical Chemistry II

Prof. Parodi

Goulet Hall

3102

3rd Floor

9:30

Theories of Crime

Prof. Bruell

Gadbois Hall

201

2nd Floor

9:30

Greek Historiography

Prof. George

Alumni Hall

11

3rd Floor

9:30

Principles of Marketing

Prof. Vadali

Poisson Hall

104

1st Floor

9:30

Studies in Victorian Literature

Prof. M.B. Cronin

Alumni Hall

5

3rd Floor

9:30

Intermediate French II

Prof. D'Espinosa

Alumni Hall

12

4th Floor

9:30

Elementary German II

Br. Andrew, O.S.B.

Alumni Hall

14

4th Floor

9:30

Intermediate German II

Prof. Feldhaus

Alumni Hall

LL5

Lower Level North Wing

9:30

U.S. History from 1877

Prof. Walton

Poisson Hall

B

2nd Floor

9:30

Ethics

Prof. Hubbard

Gadbois Hall

203

2nd Floor

9:30

Elementary Russian II

Prof. Spitzer

Alumni Hall

15

4th Floor

9:30

Sexual Ethics

Fr. Benedict, O.S.B.

Gadbois Hall

105

1st Floor

9:30

Humanities Seminar IV (Honors)

Prof. Norton

Dana Center

5D

Main Floor

9:30

Special Topics: Social & Political Violence

Prof. Cordella

Alumni Hall

9

9:30

Advanced Spanish Native Speaker

Silvana Gomez

Coffee Shop

3rd Floor Behind Alumni Hall

9:30

Intermediate French Native Speaker

Robert Perreault

Coffee Shop

Behind Alumni Hall

9:30

Advanced German Native Speaker

Rina Ficek

Coffee Shop

Behind Alumni Hall

9:30

Advanced Spanish II: Composition

Prof. Jimenez

Alumni Hall

6

3rd Floor

9:30

Principles Physical Science II

Prof. Donais

Goulet Hall

2205

2nd Floor

9:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Bouchard

Dana Center

1D

Main Floor

9:30

Human Resource Management

Prof. Dickinson

Poisson Hall

105

1st Floor

9:30

Intro Criminal Justice System

Prof. Humphrey

Alumni Hall

13

4th Floor

9:30

Joan of Arc Across the Ages

Prof. Leapley

Alumni Hall

16

4th Floor

9:30

Dynamics (Engineering Mechanics II)

Prof. Schnick

Goulet Hall

3103

3rd Floor

9:30

Cost Accounting

Prof. McGuinness

Alumni Hall

LL2

Lower Level South Wing

10:30

Cost Accounting

Prof. McGuinness

Alumni Hall

LL2

Lower Level South Wing

10:30

Classical Physics II

Prof. Schnick

Goulet Hall

3103

3rd Floor

10:30

General Chemistry II

Prof. Eyet

Goulet Hall

3100

3rd Floor

10:30

General Chemistry II (Honors)

Prof. Wierda

Goulet Hall

3105

3rd Floor

10:30

Intro Criminal Justice System

Prof. Bruell

Gadbois Hall

207

2nd Floor

10:30

Intermediate Greek II

Prof. George

Alumni Hall

11

3rd Floor

10:30

Computing II

Prof. Malita

Poisson Hall

A

1st Floor

10:30

Principles of Microeconomics

Prof. Schmidt

Poisson Hall

106

1st Floor

10:30

Principles of Marketing

Prof. Vadali

Poisson Hall

104

1st Floor

10:30

Beyond Baker St: Detective & Criminal (Honors)

Prof. M.B. Cronin

Alumni Hall

8

3rd Floor

10:30

Elementary German II

Br. Andrew, O.S.B.

Alumni Hall

14

4th Floor

10:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Catanese

Cushing Student Center

ARC

Lower Level

10:30

Humanities Seminar IV (Honors)

Prof. H. Dubrulle

Joseph Hall

110

1st Floor

10:30

Humanities Seminar IV (Honors)

Prof. Masur

Joseph Hall

209

2nd Floor

10:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Walton

Dana Center

6D

Main Floor

10:30

Ethics

Prof. Gabriel

Gadbois Hall

203

2nd Floor

10:30

General Psychology II

Prof. Wenzel

Goulet Hall

2205

2nd Floor

10:30

Advanced Spanish II: Composition

Prof. Orrego

Alumni Hall

LL7

Lower Level North Wing

10:30

Into to Spanish Literature

Prof. Fouts

Institute of Politics

4001

Main Floor

10:30

Medical Ethics (Nursing)

Fr. Benedict, O.S.B.

Gadbois Hall

105

1st Floor

10:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Norton

Dana Center

5D

Main Floor

All classes are 50 minutes in length Class Offerings continued on back page


TIME

CLASS

INSTRUCTOR

BUILDING

ROOM

LOCATION

10:30

Biblical Theology

Prof. McMahon

Gadbois Hall

4

Ground Floor

10:30

Intermediate Spanish II

Prof. Mendez Faith

Alumni Hall

15

4th Floor

10:30

White Collar Crime

Prof. Cordella

Alumni Hall

9

3rd Floor

10:30

Elementary Spanish II

Prof. Rabbath

Gadbois Hall

206

10:30

Intermediate Spanish Native Speaker

Sonia Urbina

Coffee Shop

2nd Floor Behind Alumni Hall

10:30

Advanced Spanish Native Speaker

Monica Peguri

Coffee Shop

10:30

Advanced Calculus I

Prof. Shea

Alumni Hall

12

Behind Alumni Hall 4th Floor

10:30

Ethics

Fr. John, O.S.B.

Alumni Hall

5

3rd Floor

10:30

American Government

Prof. Galdieri

Institute of Politics

4007

Main Floor

10:30

Cell Biology

Prof. Tobin

Goulet Hall

3102

3rd Floor

10:30

Human Resource Management

Prof. Dickinson

Poisson Hall

105

1st Floor

10:30

Deviance & Social Control

Prof. Humphrey

Gadbois Hall

202

2nd Floor

10:30

Elementary French II

Prof. Leapley

Alumni Hall

16

4th Floor

10:30

Critical Thinking

Prof. Spoerl

Dana Center

3D

Main Floor

10:30

Intro to Human Communication

Prof. Marchiselli

Alumni Hall

LL6

Lower Level North Wing

11:30

Personal Finance

Prof. McGuinness

Gadbois Hall

4

Ground Floor

11:30

Intro to Human Communication

Prof. Marchiselli

Alumni Hall

LL6

Lower Level North Wing

11:30

General Chemistry II

Prof. Eyet

Goulet Hall

3100

3rd Floor

11:30

Inorganic Chemistry II

Prof. Wierda

Goulet Hall

3102

3rd Floor

11:30

Intro Criminal Justice System

Prof. Bruell

Gadbois Hall

207

2nd Floor

11:30

Elementary Chinese II

Prof. Tsai

Alumni Hall

LL4

Lower Level North Wing

11:30

The Experience of Perplexity

Prof. Baker

Alumni Hall

11

3rd Floor

11:30

Humanities Seminar IV (Honors)

Prof. Bouchard

Joseph Hall

005

Ground Floor

11:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Catanese

Cushing Student Center

ARC

Ground Floor

11:30

Integrated Sciences Lab

Prof. Eyet

Goulet Hall

3100

3rd Floor

11:30

Ethics

Prof. Gabriel

Gadbois Hall

203

2nd Floor

11:30

Ethics

Prof. Hubbard

Gadbois Hall

205

2nd Floor

11:30

Thermodynamics

Prof. Durham

Goulet Hall

3101

3rd Floor

11:30

General Psychology II

Prof. Wenzel

Goulet Hall

2205

2nd Floor

11:30

Elementary Spanish II

Prof. Hevey

Alumni Hall

12

4th Floor

11:30

Elementary Spanish II

Prof. Turner

Poisson Hall

B

2nd Floor

11:30

Intermediate Spanish II (Healthcare)

Prof. Fouts

Institute of Politics

4002

Main Floor

11:30

Intermediate Spanish II

Prof. Mendez Faith

Alumni Hall

15

11:30

Advanced Spanish Native Speaker

Sonia Urbina

Coffee Shop

4th Floor Behind Alumni Hall

11:30

Elementary German Native Speaker

Rina Ficek

Coffee Shop

11:30

Special Topics: Quantitative Analysis in Sports

Prof. Shea

Alumni Hall

5

Behind Alumni Hall 3rd Floor

11:30

Special Topics: Legends of the Hispanic World

Prof. Jimenez

Alumni Hall

6

3rd Floor

11:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. E. Dubrulle

Dana Center

4D

Main Floor

11:30

Wrongful Convictions

Prof. Humphrey

Gadbois Hall

202

2nd Floor

11:30

Elementary French II

Prof. Leapley

Alumni Hall

16

4th Floor

11:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Lomanno

Dana Center

5D

Main Floor

12:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. Lomanno

Dana Center

5D

Main Floor

12:30

Studies in Modern British Literature

Prof. Norton

Gadbois Hall

205

2nd Floor

12:30

Special Topics: Television Comm & Culture

Prof. Lupo

Alumni Hall

LL5

Lower Level North Wing

12:30

Humanities Seminar IV

Prof. E. Dubrulle

Dana Center

4D

Main Floor

1:30

Chemistry & Society II

Prof. Parodi

Goulet Hall

3104

3rd Floor

1:30

Intermediate Chinese II

Prof. Tsai

Alumni Hall

LL4

Lower Level North Wing

1:30

Digital Literacy

Prof. Malita

Poisson Hall

A

2nd Floor

1:30

The Experience of Perplexity

Prof. Baker

Alumni Hall

11

3rd Floor

1:30

Advanced German II

Br. Andrew, O.S.B.

Alumni Hall

13

4th Floor

1:30

Conceptual Phyisics II

Prof. Durham

Goulet Hall

3100

3rd Floor

1:30

Intermediate Russian II

Prof. Spitzer

Alumni Hall

14

4th Floor

1:30

Elementary Spanish II

Prof. Hevey

Alumni Hall

12

4th Floor

1:30

Intermediate Spanish II

Prof. Fouts

Alumni Hall

6

3rd Floor

1:30

Biblical Theology

Prof. McMahon

Alumni Hall

10

3rd Floor

1:30

Advanced Spanish Conversation

Prof. Mendez Faith

Alumni Hall

15

4th Floor

1:30

Special Topics: Biochemistry Recitation

Prof. Vallari

Goulet Hall

1303

Ground Floor


Admitted Student Open House Lunch & Student Services Fair ROUND DEPARTMENT TABLES A. Peace & Justice Studies B. Sociology C. Theology D. Modern Languages E. Politics F. Physics G. Elementary Education Major H. Philosophy/Liberal Studies in the Great Books I. Psychology J. Secondary Education Minor & ESOL Minor K. Mathematics L. Ask a Student M. Parents Council N. Nursing O. Ask a Student P. History Q. Fine Arts R. English S. Humanities T. Communication U. Classics V. Computer Science W. Criminal Justice X. Pre-Health Professional Programs Y. Economics & Business Z. Biology AA. Chemistry

STUDENT SERVICES FAIR 1. Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center 2. Campus Ministry 3. Inclusiveness Committee 4. Multicultural Center & Education Services 5. Information Technology 6. Geisel Library 7. Bookstore 8. Human Resources & Student Employment 9. Campus Safety and Security 10. Health Services 11. Rescue Team 12. Dana Center for the Humanities/ Campus Events 13. Abbey Players 14. Modern Languages 15. Education Society 16. Office of Residential Life and Education 17. Dining Services 18. The New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library 19. Study Abroad, Center for Experiential Learning 20. Internship Programs, Center for Experiential Learning 21. Career Services, Center for Experiential Learning 22. Meelia Center for Community Engagement, Center for Experiential Learning 23. Academic Resource Center & Learning Disability Services 24. Academic Advisement 25. Honors Program 26. Intercollegiate Athletics 27. Intramural & Recreational Athletics 28. Club Sports 29. Student Activities & Leadership Programs 30. Student Government Association 31. Campus Activities Board

Map of Sullivan Arena continued on back page


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17

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18

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22

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26, 27

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10, 11

Tables O – AA

24, 25

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1 Abbey Church* 2 Saint Anselm Abbey* 3 Joseph Hall 4 Alumni Hall 5 Jean Building (bookstore) 6 Print Shop/Copy Center 7 Coffee Shop and Pub 8 Father Bernard Court— The Uppers (residence): Building M, Building L, Faltin Hall, Boutselis Hall, Dupont Hall, Paul Hall, Reilly Hall, Nivelle Hall, Building F, Curtis Hall, Kelly Hall, Barlow Hall, Guerin Hall 9 Dominic Hall

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16

12

18

9

17

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10

10 Bradley House 11 Gadbois Hall (nursing and classrooms) 12 St. Joan of Arc Hall (residence) 13 Baroody Hall (residence) 14 South Athletic Fields 15 Sullivan Ice Arena 16 Davison Hall (dining) 17 Dana Center for the Humanities 18 Grappone Stadium, Sullivan Park 19 Goulet Science Center 20 Cushing Student Center

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20

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21

22

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21 Stoutenburgh Gymnasium 22 Carr Activities and Fitness Center 23 New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library 24 S  aint Benedict Court— The Lowers (residence): Danais Hall, Primeau Hall, Gerald Hall, Cohen Hall, Mareski Hall 25 Raphael Hall (residence) 26 Croydon  Court (residence) Breck House, Von Dy Rowe House, Sullivan House, Rowell House

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7

2

24

30

26

27

28

35

34

*Saint Anselm Abbey Buildings

27 Brady Hall (residence) 28 Bertrand Hall (residence) 29 Hilary Hall (residence) 30 Poisson Hall 31 Geisel Library 32 Comiskey Center 33 Falvey House (residence) 34 Collins House (residence) 35 Daley Maintenance Center 36 St. Mary Hall (residence)

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