Maryland's Public Information Act (MPIA) Requests
To review or obtain copies of Salisbury University university records, you must make a written request under Maryland’s Public Information Act (MPIA), which gives the public the right to review and obtain copies of certain public records. The MPIA is found in the General Provisions Article, §§4-101 through 4-601, of the Annotated Code of Maryland. You can also find information regarding the MPIA on the Maryland Attorney General’s Office webpage. Requests can be received only when the University is open.
MPIA §4-206 permits the University to charge for the search, preparation and reproduction of a public record to be made available for inspection, excluding the first two hours of work. Additionally, copies of the records will be provided upon payment of an additional fee of $0.25 per page.
Persons who disagree with any response to the MPIA request, may seek review of the decision in accordance with the MPIA §4-362.
How to Submit a Request
When submitting a request you must include the following information:
- Specify the records that you are requesting
- Telephone number
- Email address
Karen A. Treber, General Counsel, serves as the University’s Public Information Act Officer. You may make an MPIA request to her at email@example.com or by U.S. mail or other land carriers. Please mail your request to:
Public Information Act Officer, Office of the General Counsel
1101 Camden Avenue, Bldg. C-1
Salisbury, Maryland 21801
If you are a Salisbury University student or alumnus requesting a copy of your transcript, you must use the registrar office to make such requests for your transcript and not the above MPIA email link.
If you have any questions or comments please call 410-548-2331.