Salisbury University certainly strives to provide adequate academic and recreational facilities for its students. Each of the University's academic buildings is kept neat, and the maintenance staff is quick to respond to any work orders that may arise. Furthermore, there are a dozen computer labs for student use. The Teacher Education and Technology Center contains recording studios, study rooms, and telecommunication studios. The only negative aspect to the academic facilities is the library. Blackwell Library is poorly stocked, and it is not unusual for students to request books from other University of Maryland libraries. However, in an effort to further improve these facilities, the University is beginning renovations to update space and technology.
In regards to athletic facilities, the Maggs Fitness Complex houses a large gymnasium that can seat 2,300 people and has the latest scoreboard and sound equipment. The complex also has a weight room, dance studio, three racquetball courts, a six-lane pool, auxiliary gym, and a fitness center. In addition to the gym, the University constructed a fitness center across the street from campus. There are also 12 outdoor tennis courts on Camden Avenue, with six meant for day and evening use, as well as three indoor courts. Finally, the athletic fields, located across Route 13, accommodate soccer, football, baseball, softball, track and field, lacrosse, football, and field hockey with Sea Gull stadium holding up to 2,500 people. All in all, there is more than enough space for recreation and learning.