Salisbury University is a vibrant learning community with many hidden treasures on campus. Discover SU is a chance to learn more about the various departments that make up the University. Each month we offer a tour of a specific area. Tours are free; we ask that individuals RSVP. Meeting location will be sent with confirmation email. Subscribe to our emails to keep up to date on our news and events!
History of Holloway Hall. Join Ian Post, University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian with the Nabb Research Center, for a tour of the foundational building of the Salisbury Normal School, and learn how it has evolved over time to become the iconic "face" of the college and the administrative hub of Salisbury University.
Dining Services. Join Owen Rosten, Director of Dining Services, for a peek into the fast paced and demanding world of our food service professionals. From preparing thousands of meals per day to hosting swanky catered events, SU's Dining Services is always hard at work on our campus. RSVP is appreciated.
Delmarva Public Radio and PAC 14. Join Dana Whitehair and Creig Twilley on a studio tour of Delmarva Public Radio and PAC 14. They will discuss the history of DPR and the important functions public radio serves in our region. RSVP is appreciated.
Art Sculptures on Campus. Join Liz Kauffman, SU Gallery Director and art professor for a tour of the sculptures that decorate SU's campus. The university began the collection to complement the arboretum, and is now notably strong in the area of turn-of-the-century Beaux Arts sculpture. RSVP is appreciated.
Athletic Facilities and Stadium. Join Athletic Director Gerry DiBartolo on a tour of the athletic facilities at SU, including Sea Gull Stadium, the new softball stadium and more. See how SU is investing in the health and success of our student athletes. RSVP is appreciated.
Campus Arboretum. Join Will Lowery, SU Horticulturist, on a tour of the park-like campus. The University began its collection of plants in 1985; in 1988, the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta granted the University arboretum status. RSVP is appreciated.