Connect

Meet others who share your desire to learn and grow in Christian community.

Whether you’re a student, faculty member, campus minister, or a friend of the U, we’d love to help you find and experience authentic and intentional Christian community on campus.

Grab coffee with us

Let’s find the kind of campus community that you’re looking for, together.

Grab a coffee with us
Come to an event

From picnics to reading groups, there’s an event for everyone.

Events
VISIT MELROSE STATION

Stop by our home on campus to meet others, study, learn, and grow in community.

Opening Soon: Melrose Station

Ampersand Newsletter

Our community—including students, professors, pastors, visiting and local scholars, and Anselm House staff—brings thoughtful and diverse perspectives on the Christian faith’s relationship to all of life. We publish their thoughts, book reviews, resources, and reflections here.

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MEET OUR COMMUNITY

“Anselm House was the home I hadn’t known to long for, engaging more of my mind than any Sunday school or sermon and asking questions closer to my heart than any academic course.”

Kathryn

Fellows Alum ‘16, Ph.D. in English
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MEET OUR COMMUNITY

“Anselm House was the home I hadn’t known to long for, engaging more of my mind than any Sunday school or sermon and asking questions closer to my heart than any academic course.”

Kathryn

Fellows Alum ‘16, Ph.D. in English
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MEET OUR COMMUNITY

“God has used Anselm House to do some surgery on my own heart, to help me fix my gaze on the heavenly city, amidst the selfish ambition so common in University life.”

Mina

Current Fellow, M.D. candidate
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MEET OUR COMMUNITY

"Anselm House plays a unique role in stimulating conversations on important issues that should be a part of every university context and, more importantly, a central feature of every student’s college experience."

Alan

Distinguished McKnight Professor in the Department of Philosophy & Director of the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science
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