The University owns 72 buildings,
including 11 residence halls. These buildings are located on 181
acres, with a total
gross square footage of 2,184,014.
The following is a list of these buildings:
The Admissions House, on the corner of Camden Avenue and
Loblolly Lane, contains administrative offices and meeting rooms
for the Office of Admissions staff.
Admissions Information Sessions are scheduled each Monday
through Friday at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and include a
student-led campus tour.
The Alumni House, on Camden Avenue opposite the Holloway
Hall entrance, serves alumni gatherings and houses the offices
of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund.
Salisbury University Center for International Education is located at the
corner of College and Camden avenues. SUCIE supports
international student recruitment and admissions, international
student services, the English Language Institute, short-term
faculty-led study abroad, international exchange programs,
semester/year long study abroad, and other curricular and
co-curricular international initiatives.
The Bellavance 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. It provides extensive online and print
holdings, more than 100 databases, state and Federal government
documents, electronic reserves, and special collections, including
motion picture press kits, Civil War materials, and University
Archives (located on the ground level). Students can search
holdings of other University System of Maryland libraries through
an online catalog, and have them sent to Blackwell. The
Library supports classroom instruction with an active teaching
program, lends laptops and netbooks, and offers unique academic
spaces: a student presentation practice room and keyboard
The Bosserman Center 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
Camden House, located at 1212 Camden Avenue, houses ShoreCorps/PALS, an AmeriCorps program
as well as the Grounds and Horticulture Department.
The 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 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 is located by the athletics
fields on the east campus. It 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, Public Access
Channel 14 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 Hall.
The 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.
The Guerrieri 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 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, Facilities Reservations, Conference
Services, Career Services, Student Counseling Services,
Multiethnic Student Services, Events 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 entrance.
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, and classrooms. 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 Power Professional Building, 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.
Maggs Physical 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.
The Maintenance Building (Physical Plant) houses the
University's architects and engineers, the Motor Pool Office, as
well as maintenance personnel and shops.
The May Literacy Lab is located in the TETC (Teacher
Education and Technology Center).
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.
Outdoor Athletics 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
Perdue Hall is a 112,800 square foot
building located at the Bateman Street entrance of the SU campus
opposite Henson Science Hall and Maggs Gym. The neo-Georgian
brick building consists of two wings, each three stories high.
The new building has many features including: a 200 seat
auditorium, specialized labs, team study rooms, 20 classrooms
dedicated to business programs, business outreach suite, student
services center, and technology throughout.
The Philosophy House, adjacent to campus on Camden
Avenue, is home to the Philosophy Department, a small philosophy
library, and classroom and study areas.
The President’s Residence is situated on a 4 1/2-acre
expanse, linked to the Alumni House and Bellavance Honors
Center, opposite the Holloway Hall entrance.
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.
The Richard A Henson Medical Simulation Center
located at 106 Pine Bluff Road provides invaluable experiences
for students in a number of programs including the new Doctor of
Nursing Practice Program. The SIM Center also supports
revenue-generating development opportunities for regional health
professionals and provide revenue-generating human performance
services to local citizens.
The 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.
The five-story Sea Gull Square is home to SU
upperclassmen in 185 apartment-style units with a variety of
floor plans. The residential portion supports the academic
mission of the university by providing a first class on-campus,
605 bed, living/learning/student community facility. The first
floor is dedicated to shops and restaurants that have been
chosen for inclusion based on student needs and interests.
The 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 Vending, 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 meetings.
The Teacher Education & Technology Center (TETC),
located on the corner of College Avenue and Route 13, opened in
2008, and is home to the Samuel
W. & Marilyn C. Seidel School of Education & Professional Studies.
The TETC building earned a Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green
Building Council (USGBC). The center is the first LEED certified
building on the Eastern Shore. With 165,000 square feet, 3
stories, plus a mech. Mezzanine, the TETC building includes
classrooms and breakout rooms, tiered classrooms, labs, faculty
offices, a TV Studio, telecom/data rooms, and a food service area.
University Analysis, Reporting, & Assessment (UARA) is
located at 1214 Camden Avenue across from the Camden Avenue
entrance to the Commons. The Office of UARA guides the
knowledge management functions of the University, providing management
information and analysis for planning, decision-making,
accreditation, academic program review, assessment, and
The University Fitness Club is located at
201 Milford Street on the East Campus. The
state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for use by students
and members of
the Salisbury University community. The UFC
features a wide range of cardiovascular as well as resistance
training equipment, an extensive group fitness schedule, and
racquetball courts and equipment are available on a walk-in or
University Police is located in the East Campus Complex.
The Ward 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.