About the Fulton School
In 1989, Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton of Snow Hill, Maryland, endowed and named the Fulton School of Liberal Arts. Read more about our benefactors.
Liberal education remains the hallmark of undergraduate higher education in the United States, widely regarded as the best in the world. The Fulton School plays a vital role in the academic experience of every Salisbury University student, and its courses and programs aim to fulfill the University's mission by:
- Empowering students with knowledge and skills vital to lifelong professional success and personal growth;
- Maintaining a student-centered academic environment through modest class sizes and conscientious mentoring;
- Emphasizing in each program the importance of effective research, analysis and communications skills vital to success both within the discipline and in a knowledge-based economy's work force; and
- Fostering understanding and appreciation of the diversity of the world's cultures and traditions, also as reflected in our own society, through our community, curriculum, cultural programming and international education.