- 4 Year
- SALISBURY, MD
- Academicsgrade B
- Valuegrade A minus
- Diversitygrade A minus
- Campusgrade B+
- Athleticsgrade B
- Party Scenegrade A
- Professorsgrade B
- Locationgrade C+
- Dormsgrade B+
- Campus Foodgrade A minus
- Student Lifegrade A minus
- Safetygrade B
Home to 8,700 students from across the U.S. and around the world, SU is known for excellence in public higher education. Students may choose from over 60 undergraduate majors. Many engage in study abroad, professional internships and other community engagement.
SU is a top producer of Fulbright students and been designated by the National Science Foundation as a center for undergraduate research. With roots starting over 35 years ago, SU’s Honors College offers expanded learning opportunities in all disciplines. The new Guerrieri Academic Commons library facility is SU's largest academic building and a center for learning on campus. SU attracts some of the best students in the region and boasts the highest four-year graduation rates of any University of Maryland System comprehensive institution.
Sea Gull athletics teams have earned 20 NCAA Division III national championships. The beautiful 200-acre campus is located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, near the beach and major cities.
Salisbury University Rankings
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Most Popular Majors
- Psychology147 Graduates
- Communications138 Graduates
- Social Work and Youth Services131 Graduates
- Kinesiology and Exercise Science126 Graduates
- Information Science108 Graduates
- Business107 Graduates
- Biology104 Graduates
- Elementary Education95 Graduates
- Marketing92 Graduates
- Nursing89 Graduates
- Mix of Online and on Campus16%
- On Campus83%
- Good on the week days but crazy on the weekends39%
- Responsible when it's time to be responsible37%
- Good on the weekend days but crazy on the weekends16%
- It's small and pretty comfortable.31%
- The next step away from home. Challenging but good11%
- My new home6%
Salisbury University Reviews
think Salisbury does not live up to the standards that this website claims. It is not diverse and the majority of students are white, racist, and ignorant about many things. After attending 2 years, I decided to transfer because I can't take the rural life anymore. People doing drug partying, wearing backwards caps at business meetings, only fast food restaurants, and everyone asking if I work at that asian restaurant! The most famous conversation around here is how much people hate this city. Overall the College has great academics and the professors really care about their students......in the business field. I had taken biology, history, and arts and its depressing af. Every professor other than Business feels like they have sleep issues.