|Campus Setting:||Mid East Small suburb|
|Highest Degree Offered:||Doctor's degree - professional practice|
|Level of Institution:||Four or more years|
|School Colors:||Maroon and gold|
Salisbury University is a premier comprehensive Maryland public university, offering excellent, affordable education in undergraduate liberal arts, sciences, pre-professional and professional programs, including education, nursing, social work, and business, and a limited number of applied graduate programs. Our highest purpose is to empower our students with the knowledge, skills, and core values that contribute to active citizenship, gainful employment, and life-long learning in a democratic society and interdependent world.
Salisbury University cultivates and sustains a superior learning community where students, faculty, and staff are viewed as teachers, scholars, and learners, and where a commitment to excellence and openness to a broad array of ideas and perspectives are central to all aspects of University life. Our learning community is student-centered, where students are taught by professional educators in small classroom settings, where faculty serve as academic advisors, and where virtually every student has an opportunity to
Although there isn't much to do around the campus, there is a bowling alley that is about 5 minutes away and a mall in the opposite direction that's about 10 minutes away. The campus does things on campus to keep the students occupied, like speakers, comedians, a spring concert, SU Idol and movies on the weekend. I thought that when winter break came I wouldn't miss Salisbury, but I was clearly mistaken. You will end up missing the school because of the friends and memories that you have made. It was a pleasant surprise to me.Read More
Salisbury, Maryland is a VERY small town. If you're looking to go here prepare for lots of nights with nothing to do. It's fine if you enjoy partying every night, but if you like to have other options take that into consideration. Getting involved in things helps a little, though.Read More