Availability Of Employees For Information Dissemination

The University is required to designate an employee or group of employees to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining all of the information specified below. If the University has designated one person for an area of responsibility, that person shall be available, upon reasonable notice, to any enrolled or prospective student throughout the normal administrative working hours listed. If more than one person, often an entire office, is designated, their combined work schedules have been arranged so that at least one of them is available, upon reasonable notice, throughout the normal administrative working hours listed.

Employees available for information dissemination purposes:

  • Financial Assistance Information: Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships - 410-543-6165
  • Institutional Information: Office of University Analysis, Reporting & Assessment - 410-548-2864
  • Campus Security Policies and Crime Statistics: University Police - 410-543-6222
  • Completion or Graduation Rates – Office of University Analysis, Reporting & Assessment - 410-548-2864
  • Admissions/Readmissions (Undergrad): Office of Admissions - 410-543-6161
  • Accreditation, Approval and Licensure of Institution and Programs: Office of the Provost - 410-543-6020
  • Employee Information - Office of Human Resources – 410-543-6035
  • Health Record Requirements: Student Health Center- 410-543-6262
  • International Students: Center for International Education - (+1) 410-677-5027

Entire offices, as indicated above, are designated for each item listed. Combined work schedules have been arranged so that at least one person is available, upon reasonable notice, throughout the normal administrative working hours listed. Otherwise, inquiries should be directed to:

Mason White
Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships
Salisbury University
Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships
Holloway Hall Rm 213
1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury, MD 21801
410-543-6165 Office • 410-543-6138 Fax
www.salisbury.edu/admissions/financial-aid/

 

Misrepresentation

No employee of Salisbury University will knowingly misrepresent or give a misleading statement about any educational program, costs to attend Salisbury University or employment of any graduate.

A misleading statement includes any statement that has the likelihood to deceive or confuse current and prospective students. A statement can be any communication made in writing, visually, orally or through other means.