Meet Our Students: Amy Rada
Salisbury offers a variety of different classes, all of
which are challenging but doable. Every year it seems
like your class sizes shrink, which is nice because you
really get to know the people in your major. Even the
classes outside your major are not overwhelming, and are
approximately the size of your average high school class.
One of the things I like about SU is the professors are
really nice and many even give you their home phone number.
You are not just pushed off to the side like you most likely
would be in a large classroom setting. They want to
see you succeed and will do everything in their power to
How are you involved on/off campus?
One of the nicest aspects of SU is that you can easily
get involved right away. I served first as secretary
and now am currently the vice-president of the
Society. You can get involved with any club even
if it does not pertain to your major. I love to travel
and the Geographic Society gave me the opportunity.
For example, the past two years we have gone to Death
Valley, California and Puerto Rico over spring break.
Not only do we go on trips but we do various activities such
as Earth Day, homecoming, Fun Day, and Relay for Life.
SU offers over one hundred different clubs and activities
for you to get involved in and it is definitely a great way
to meet new friends! I am also a University Host and I
love being able to meet and show prospective students around
The Dining Hall
The food here is really good! I am a member of the
food committee in which we inform the staff of
what dishes we liked and what dishes we do not like.
They are always willing to add or change an item on the
menu. Theme nights are the best and include themes
such as, lobster and steak, strawberry fest and
make-your-own pizza nights. Lots of my friends have
come to visit from various colleges and they always tell me
how lucky I am that the food is excellent and they wish
their schools had such a large selection.
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