For the 17th
consecutive year, Salisbury University is ranked as one of the 'Best
Regional Universities in the North' by
News & World Report’s
Best Colleges for 2013-2014. For
the 2nd consecutive year, based on this ranking, Salisbury University
was also spotlighted on the U.S. News website by
the Morse Code blog as a university that operates most efficiently.
U.S. News & World Report has named Salisbury University
one of the nation's 'Best Colleges for Veterans for 2014'. In the
inaugural edition of this ranking, SU was ranked 23rd among Regional
Colleges in the North.
The Princeton Review's
Best 378 Colleges in America:
and is also noted as a 'Top
Best Northeastern Colleges, 2014.
For the 15th consecutive year, Salisbury
ranked as one of the 'Nation's
Best Institutions' by
magazine named Salisbury University a 'Model of Efficiency' for
Spring 2012. Applauded for
innovative approaches to streamline operations, Salisbury University was the only Maryland
campus honored and one of only 16 recognized nationwide.
At the end of the 2012-13 season, Salisbury
University's Athletics Program was recognized as the '12th
III Program' in the country by the
Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics
United States Sports Academy
and USA TODAY.
For the 4th consecutive year,
The Princeton Review,
in partnership with the
U.S. Green Building Council, named Salisbury
University as one of the top '322
Colleges for 2013'.
For the 6th consecutive year,
Kiplinger's Personal Finance
magazine has named Salisbury University one of it's Top 100 'Best Values in Public Colleges'.
In 2014 (also 2010 and 2009),
The Princeton Review, in partnership with
USA Today, named
Salisbury University among its Top 80
'Best Value Public Colleges'.
Washington Monthly magazine
named Salisbury University as one of 'America's Best
Bang-for-the-Buck Colleges' in 2013.
The Daily Record named SU
President Janet Dudley-Eshbach as one of 'Maryland's Most Admired
CEOs for 2012'. She was the only university president honored with
this inaugural award.