The Benedictine Learning Center

A Campaign for St. Anselm's Next Century

Nunc et Semper
Now and Always

List of 3 items.

  • Teaching

    Tools and resources for teachers that reflect the growing importance of group and project based work, as well as the reality that learning itself is evolving. Permanent spaces for faculty offices, admissions, and campus ministry to replace temporary trailers.
  • Technology

    Design and Makerspaces for Engineering and Robotics classes. Dedicated laboratories for media production, editing, and content creation. Flexible spaces for collaborative study. 
  • Tradition

    Dedicated space for deep work, concentration, and prayer, reflecting the central roles silence, reverence, and faith serve in our Benedictine tradition. Sacred space where the school and monastery meet, where Benedictine hallmarks of a vibrant spiritual and intellectual life find a home.
    • The BLC

To strengthen our roots in the classical tradition...

To provide the resources our students need to collaborative, hands-on study, so vital to learning in the 21st century.

Fr. Peter Weigand, OSB, President Emeritus

Our facilities are not adequate to meet the needs of today's students. We need both quite spaces for study and prayer as well as collaborative spaces where boys can learn by doing.

Dr. Jim Power, Headmaster

Research shows that boys who succeed in group and project-based work succeed later in life. The BLC provides our boys the space they need to pursue these opportunities.