The Admissions House,
on the corner of Camden Avenue and Loblolly Lane, contains administrative
offices and meeting rooms for the Office of Admissions staff. Regularly
scheduled campus tours leave the Admissions House at 1:30 p.m. each
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The Alumni House, on
Camden Avenue opposite the Holloway Hall entrance, serves alumni
gatherings and houses the offices of Alumni Relations and Annual
The Architectural and Engineering Building is located at
the corner of Power and South Division Streets.
BEACON House is home to the
Perdue School’s Business, Economic and Community Outreach Network
(BEACON). Located at the corner of College and Camden avenues, BEACON
is home to the following programs: Bienvenidos a Delmarva, a regional
management and marketing assistance program for over 70 organizations
that provide a wide variety of services for immigrants on the Peninsula;
Shore Transit, an integrated regional public transportation system
conceived and developed by BEACON; and Shore Trends, a regional
information base BEACON is developing for tracking business, economic,
community and workforce development trends and data.
Honors Center, on the corner of Camden Avenue and Loblolly Lane,
has offices, classrooms and social gathering areas for students
enrolled in the Thomas E. Bellavance Honors Program.
Blackwell Library is
located near the center of the campus. In addition to databases,
print and electronic book and periodical holdings, there are many
special collections. These include Government Documents, Civil War,
Maryland, Juvenile, Press Kits and Press Books. The online catalog
provides direct access to and borrowing privileges from the other
libraries of the University System of Maryland.
Camden House, located at 1212
Camden Avenue, houses three of SU’s outreach groups: ShoreCorps/PALS,
an AmeriCorps program; the Bilingual Education Career Program, designed
to improve training opportunities for ESOL teachers; and Training
for All Teachers, an ESOL resource.
Caruthers Hall, situated
near Route 13 to the right of the University’s main entrance, houses
the Learning Center; department offices; class-rooms; faculty offices;
a 225-seat auditorium; and a Communications Center, which includes
a radio station.
for Conflict Resolution, located on the southwest corner of
Camden and College avenues, provides the University and the community
with conflict resolution services and training. The center works
with individuals and groups in conflict to build creative and self-sustaining
solutions. The center also houses the University’s academic major
and minor in conflict analysis and dispute resolution and acts as
a clinic where students take classes, workshop and training in conflict
analysis and dispute resolution. Students take practicum and internships
through the center at locations both on- and off-campus. The center
houses the student-run Campus Mediation Center that provides conflict
resolution service to the student body. The center also provides
support and use of its facilities to the Conflict Resolution Club.
In addition, the center has a research and evaluation wing that
has received national recognition. The practice wing is composed
of nationally recognized experts who work with center staff on large
scale conflict interventions worldwide. The center has a private
resource collection named the Bosserman Library that contains materials
on social justice, peace studies and conflict resolution.
The Center for International Education,
at 1106 Camden Avenue across from Holloway Hall, houses the Center
for International Education, that provides study abroad opportunities
for students, International Student Services Office, and the SU
Cultural Affairs Office.
Center for University Advancement, on the corner of Camden and
Dogwood avenues, is home to the Salisbury University Foundation
Inc. and the Office of University Advancement staff. The home’s
historical presence dates to the founding of SU. The structure is
comprised of a conference room, social room and numerous office
and entertaining spaces.
The Commons is located on
the south end of the campus with a walking link directly connecting
it to the Guerrieri University Center. The food court provides 13
different food selections per meal. This beautiful building also
houses the bookstore, the Gull Card Office, Facilities Reservations,
Conference Services and the campus post office.
Devilbiss Hall is located
at the south end of the campus mall. It houses the departments of
Nursing and Health Sciences, and in addition, it serves as a general
purpose classroom and office building. In addition to 44 faculty
and staff offices, the building has 17 classrooms and nine laboratories.
Special features in this building are a theatre-lecture hall seating
184 and a 2,000 square-foot greenhouse.
The East Campus Complex, located
by the athletics fields on the east campus, houses University Police,
the Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture
as well as the Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center, the Small
Business Development Center, the Wellness Center, and the offices
and training rooms for the SU football and baseball teams.
Fulton Hall, located at the
north end of the campus mall, contains a black box theatre; a photography
studio and darkrooms; ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting
and sculpture studios; the faculty offices for the Art, Communication
Arts and Music departments; an electronic piano room; practice and
listening rooms for music students and orchestra; and choral rehearsal
rooms. The departments of Sociology and Political Science, Information
Technology Office, the dean’s office, general purpose classrooms,
a lecture hall and the University Gallery are also located in Fulton
Galleries at Salisbury University extends the University’s
cultural commitment to the community. The University Gallery (Fulton
Hall) and Atrium Gallery (Guerrieri University Center) comprise
a regional, membership-supported free arts resource.
University Center supports the mission of the University by
helping create and sustain an ambience where all members of our
community, and students in particular, are provided the opportunity,
encouragement and support necessary to better realize their potential
as individuals and scholars. The center provides myriad opportunities
for students, as well as others, to realize the many dimensions
of the University mission statement, including clarity of expression,
cultural diversity, responsible citizenship, social interaction
and community service.
Guerrieri University Center facilities include lounges, meeting
rooms, games room, Information Desk, Gull’s Nest Pub and Eatery,
Cool Beans Cyber Café, Student Affairs Office, Office of New Student
Experience, Career Services, Student Counseling Services, Multicultural
Student Services, Atrium Gallery, student radio station WSUR, student
newspaper The Flyer and offices of student organizations. An automated
teller machine (ATM) is conveniently located just outside the north
Henson Science Hall
is located next to Route 13, just north of Maggs Physical Activities
Center. It houses the Henson School Dean’s Office and the departments
of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geography and Geosciences, Mathematics
and Computer Science, and Physics. In addition to 89 offices for
faculty and staff, it contains 13 lecture rooms, 32 teaching laboratories
and 20 faculty/student research labs. This entire facility contains
state-of-the-art teaching technologies and scientific equipment.
Special features in this building include the 48-seat Geographical
Information System (GIS) teaching laboratory and the Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance (NMR) laboratory.
Holloway Hall, the first structure
built on campus and currently the administrative office building
of the University, contains most administrative and faculty offices,
the Copy Center, Office of Human Resources, some classrooms, and
the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business. Holloway Hall also houses
Student Health Services, a modern 776-seat auditorium, the Social
Room and the Great Hall.
The Indoor Tennis Center,
located on Milford Street near the East Campus Complex, includes
three tennis courts, lobby area, pro shop, showers and locker rooms.
Recreational play, varsity team use, membership times and organized
league play are available seven days a week throughout the year.
Activities Center includes a large arena, swimming pool, dance
studio, fitness room, strength room, classrooms, offices, large
multipurpose gymnasium, three racquetball courts, varsity and intramural
locker rooms, training room, equipment room and reception area.
Building (Physical Plant) houses the Motor Pool Office, as well
as maintenance personnel and shops.
The Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History
and Culture, located in East Campus Complex Room 190, is a repository
for documents and artifacts pertaining to the Delmarva Peninsula.
The center serves the University, the Delmarva community at large,
as well as family and local history researchers, professional business
people and scholars from across the nation.
Facilities include a multi-use stadium; varsity fields for baseball,
field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer and softball; practice
fields; an all-weather, 400-meter track; lighted intramural fields;
two sand volleyball courts; and 12 tennis courts featuring plexi-pave
surfaces with six lighted for night play. The baseball diamond features
an Astroturf infield, the only one in the state.
The PACE House, across
from the campus on College Avenue, houses the Institute for Public
Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE).
Perdue Hall coming soon
The Philosophy House,
adjacent to campus on Camden Avenue, is home to the Philosophy Department,
a small philosophy library, and classroom and study areas.
Residence is situated on a 4 1/2-acre expanse, linked to the
Alumni House and Bellavance Honors Center, opposite the Holloway
Residence Halls offer students
a variety of living environments and lifestyle options. Pocomoke
and Wicomico halls house freshman men, Manokin and Nanticoke halls
house freshman women. Coeducational facilities include Chesapeake,
Chester, Choptank, St. Martin and Severn halls. Dogwood Village,
a modular housing complex, consists of 14 buildings, each housing
10 students in single rooms. The halls feature lounges offering
television, conversational groupings and study areas as well as
laundry and vending facilities.
Scarborough Student Leadership Center, located on Camden
Avenue south of the Admissions House, dedicated in 2001, is a center
for teaching skills in leadership, citizenship and civic engagement
among social and honorary Greek organizations. Numerous conference
rooms, a ritual room, a leadership library, organizational offices
and other offices make up this one-of-a-kind structure. The project
is the first freestanding program of its kind in the nation.
Support Services Building, located at 119 Bateman Street, at
the intersection of Bateman and Wayne streets, 100 yards east of
the SU pedestrian underpass beneath Route 13, houses Central Stores
Supplies, University Shipping and Receiving, Courier Services, Physical
Inventory Control (PIC) Team and Surplus Inventory Management Services.
The Student Art Center,
adjacent to campus on College Avenue, is home to the student art
gallery and five art faculty offices. Exhibitions are scheduled
throughout fall and spring semesters. Exhibits will feature works
done in freshman art classes, B.F.A. student works, guest exhibitions
and lectures about their work. The center also hosts community art
The Teacher Education and Technology Center
features a 124-seat mega-computer lab, tiered classrooms with capacities
of 60, 80 and 120 seats, a Distance Learning Center, the May Literacy
Lab, Adult Education Clinic, Carol and Jim Powers Reading Room,
a Resource Center, outdoor classrooms and an Integrated Media Center
The University Analysis, Reporting and
Assessment House, situated at 1214 Camden Avenue across from
Nanticoke Hall, houses the University Analysis, Reporting and Assessment
Museum of Wildfowl Art, located south of the campus at 909 South
Schumaker Drive, is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection
of wildfowl carving. Named for brothers Lem and Steve Ward of Crisfield,
MD, whose skill and vision elevated decoy carving to fine art, the
museum works to promote, preserve and perpetuate wildfowl art.
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