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Campus Quality


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4 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: There are many nice areas for students to spend their time while on campus such as the library, several computer labs, and the satellite dining areas.

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4 College Junior

Campus Quality: I love that the campus is a green campus with recycling bins and eco friendly opportunities everywhere

3 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: Things could be better, but things are great.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: The gyms are lovely. The activities are amazing too.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Quality: I wouldn't say that it's an extremely "unique" school. I think it's a perfect sized school with fantastic academics.


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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.

Facts & Statistics

Service & Maintenance Staff
Campus Size
140 acres
Student Centers
Guerrieri University Center
Campus Library?
Main Libraries
Blackwell Library
Popular Places to Chill
  • Cool Beans Cyber Café
  • Fireside Lounge
  • Quad
  • Red Square
Bar on Campus
There are no bars on campus, but most students go to the Monkey Barrel, Breaktime, or Green Turtle, which are popular local bars.
Bowling on Campus
There is no bowling facility on campus, but there is a bowling club that meets weekly at Cherokee Lanes, a bowling alley only a few minutes from campus.
Coffeehouse on Campus
The Cool Beans Cyber Café serves a variety of Starbucks coffee drinks, as well as delicious smoothies. Breakfast items and sandwiches are also available.
Movie Theater on Campus
The latest movie releases are shown every weekend in either the Holloway Hall Auditorium or the Caruthers Hall Auditorium. Admission is free.
"Green" Initiatives
As of late, environmental impact has come to the forefront of University policy. To make the campus "green," the first low-energy building, the Teacher Technology and Education Center, was built. Also, composting has been instituted and a wildlife garden was planted with plans to plant a vegetable garden in the near future. The dining hall has increased food waste awareness, asking students to take only what they can eat to reduce the amount of food wasted daily. Finally, various classes, from business to philosophy to environmental issues, continue to investigate alternate energy sources and other sustainability issues.
School Slang
  • The Bury: Salisbury
  • Commons: Dining Hall
  • GUC: Guerrieri University Center
  • New/Old Zoo: Townhouses near Division Street
  • UP: University Park
  • Movie Weekends: Every weekend, SOAP, the student activities organization, puts on a recently released movie that has yet to come out on DVD. The movie is presented at least four times a weekend.
  • Sea Gull Century: An annual 100-mile bike race that draws thousands to campus from all over the East Coast and beyond
  • Spring Olympics: An annual inter-dorm competition for supremacy in events from scavenger hunt to kickball to Capture the Flag
Favorite Things To Do
Physical activity is the most popular hobby for students on campus. The gym facilities are always occupied, and students can be found playing volleyball, among other sports, in the quad or in the other grassy areas on campus. Students also enjoy watching the weekly movie, which is a new release. Finally, people just like to hang out in the Fireside Lounge, playing pool or watching TV or simply talking.
Student Organizations Web Site
Student Newspaper
The Flyer
Clubs and Organizations on Campus
Salisbury has a club or organization for any interest. From bowling to video games to community service, students participate in a variety of activities on and off campus. A great place to start is the student activities Web site: The page lists every registered organization, usually with contact information included. If students wish to create a club, all that is needed is five people and a faculty advisor for the club to be officially registered. The most active organizations on campus are Campus Crusade for Christ, SOAP (which plans campus activities such as movies), and the SGA. While these may be the most active, there are certainly many other organizations that have a palpable presence.
Student Activities Offered
  • Campus ministries
  • Choral groups
  • Concert band
  • Dance
  • Drama/theater
  • Jazz band
  • Literary magazine
  • Music ensembles
  • Musical theater
  • Pep band
  • Radio station
  • Student government
  • Student newspaper
  • Student-run film society
  • Symphony orchestra
  • Television station
Air Force ROTC: No
Navy ROTC: No
Army ROTC: Yes

Student Polls

Rate the campus facilities in the following areas    Based on 79 responses

Very poor
  • Athletics/recreation
  • Classrooms
  • Computer labs
  • Dining
  • General aesthetics/architecture of campus
  • "Green" buildings/initiatives
  • Housing
  • Lawns/green space
  • Library
  • Modernity of facilities
  • Performing arts
  • Science/research labs
  • Student center
  • Study spots
  • Visual arts (work spaces, galleries)

What are your favorite things to do around campus?    Based on 32 responses

  • 26% Participate in activities and events
  • 19% Go to parties and go to Cool Beans
  • 15% Cool Beans
  • 15% Go to performances; plays and music performance
  • 8% Sporting Events
  • 5% Go to the Humane Society
  • 5% Greek life
  • 4% Starnet Society activities
  • 1% Ocean City
  • 1% Hike in local parks

What are your favorite campus events or traditions?    Based on 33 responses

  • 25% Gull Fest
  • 18% Movie Weekends
  • 13% Spring Olympics
  • 12% War on the Shore
  • 11% Relay For Life
  • 8% All the student activites like ping pong etc
  • 6% Sea Gull Century
  • 6% Homecoming
  • 1% Seagull Century

How accommodating is this school to students with physical disabilities?    Based on 40 responses

  • 62% Very accommodating. The school does everything in their power to make sure the needs of every student are met.
  • 35% Pretty accommodating. The school has taken a lot of steps to accommodate the needs of students, but they've missed a few things.
  • 2% Slightly accommodating. The school has taken a few steps to accommodate students, but not nearly enough.
  • 0% Not accommodating. Students with physical disabilities are practically ignored here.

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community?    Based on 82 responses

  • 35% I love everything about my school and have a lot of campus pride.
  • 54% I like mostly everything about my school, but there are some things I wish were different.
  • 5% The school community is okay-we're all just here for an education, nothing more.
  • 6% I hate my school and have no school spirit.


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