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Reviews 1039 total reviews with an average rating of 3.3

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Off-Campus Dining: I rarely eat off campus except Cook Out which is cheap and great and open til 4am

3 College Freshman

Administration: The parking officers are assholes and absolutely ridiculous. The price of tickets is more than parking on the sidewalk

College Freshman

Scholarships: I didn't apply for financial aid

5 College Freshman

Campus Food: I could and will eat it every day for 4 years

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are wonderful and make freshman year a wonderful experience! You meet new people daily and have an abundance of friends. I absolutely love living here! My dorm has become home and I have made a family here.

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3 College Freshman

Athletics: Nothing to really talk about.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: The off-campus dining is okay. There are many traditional restaurants nearby.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: SafeRide is really helpful in getting students home safely.

College Freshman

Greek Life: I have had no interaction with the Greek Life on campus.

4 College Freshman

Local Area: The locals are very friendly. There are some sketchy neighborhoods right by campus, but on campus is safe.

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: There are a ton of parties within walking distance of campus.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There are some great spots, such as Cookout and Chipotle, within walking distance of campus.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Based on what I have seen from friends who reside in off-campus housing, it looks wonderful!

College Freshman

Overall Experience: I haven't attended any of these events so I can't speak to their quality.

2 College Freshman

Scholarships: Upon applying to SU I was offered a merit-based scholarship. I'm now in the middle of my freshman year and have decided I would like to change my major, but since my major is in a different school my scholarship will be revoked.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: Everyone on campus has great school spirit. The on-campus gym is mediocre at best, especially in the summer - I swear they've never heard of AC.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: As an incoming freshman, I was randomly assigned to one of the nicest buildings on campus! Our dorm is somewhat small, with under a hundred students, but very clean and spacious. In addition the RAs the college picked for us do a wonderful job.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: All the other housing places are nice since they are updated but I live in the only freshman that's not. It's has but problems, no carpet, sometimes the student ID locks on the bathrooms and bedrooms sometimes stop working but we managed to get around it. The school just needs to upgrade the last hall or make the people who live there pay less for housing.

4 College Freshman

Administration: Our administration is very good about making sure everyone knows and follows the rules. They are also good at making sure everyone gets involved in our campus with various organizations and clubs. The officers and security and a routinely walk through check in every building.

2 College Freshman

Local Area: The city is really small and has many bad neighborhoods around the college. Things to do off campus is always driving, but usually only 15 or 30 mins away. Also, the only things close by is a mall, outlets, and Ocean City which I'm not complaining about that. Since there's not much to do, most people go home on the weekends.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: There's only a couple scholarships given by the school but there are many requirements for them and not really noticed by students. The school should send more information about the scholarships.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: The campus offers two gyms one on campus and one off but still in walking distance. He gym on campus is out dated a small and isn't open 24/7. Sometimes the gym is crowded so you might have to just go run around the campus. Our athletic fields are improving since they just point millions of dollars into them since they did look like high school fields.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I don't really know that much since I'm a freshman but my brother is graduating and has a nice hiuse off campus just a mile away from the school with reasonable pricing. The off-campus housing that is from the school are reasonable Nd offers a shuttle from the housing to our school to save them gas money.

3 College Freshman

Majors: I'm still unsure if I want to continue with this major since they don't really tell you all the different ways you can go after you get the degree. I always wanted to graduate with this degree but there's no upside until you get into the program in our junior year.

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: There's a lot of different sororities and fraternities but they aren't diversed that I think they should be. They are separated basically into white colored people, but I believe it can change if everyone gives an e gta hand to invite other races into their organization.

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Salisbury University's homepage proclaims the school as "A Maryland University of National Distinction," and rightly so. For the past dozen years, SU has been ranked as one of the top universities not only in the state of Maryland, but also in the country. Students at Salisbury are attracted to the relatively small class sizes that afford them personal attention from professors, as well as the availability of other academic resources, such as computers. In addition, SU has a great financial aid and scholarship program, which, coupled with the modest fees, makes college more affordable to a larger number of students. Together, the available academic resources and financial aid options make Salisbury a very attractive institution, especially for those planning on careers in education or business, two of SU's strongest programs.

In addition to the academic advantages, the biggest draw of Salisbury is the social atmosphere. Every day is a chance to meet someone new. It is not uncommon for students to simply sit down at an occupied table in the Commons and introduce themselves. Furthermore, the many parties that take place on the weekends also give students the chance to meet a large number of fellow students. Also, SU holds a large number of social events throughout the year (like comedians, movies, dances, and speeches) that brings the campus community together. Finally, the large number of clubs and organizations allows students to get involved in the local community and enjoy experiences with others who share their passions. All in all, Salisbury University is an institution that pushes students to do their best in the classroom, but with a relaxed atmosphere that makes the college experience wholly enjoyable.

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