Salisbury University has a reputation for excellence in public higher education. Since 1925, we have prepared students to make a difference in the lives of others across our state and the nation. Here you’ll receive a thoughtful education that will help you explore your passions, sharpen your talents and expand your vision for the future. It’s an education that works – our graduates go out into the world ready to pursue meaningful careers and build their lives with a spirit of engagement.
Destinations of Graduates
The University, along with its Career Services and Alumni Relations offices, surveys students and recent graduates, learning valuable data about their satisfaction and successes. This is just a snapshot of outcomes for Salisbury Sea Gulls:
Employment Success Locally and Nationally
Salisbury University graduates benefit from a network of over 55,000 alumni worldwide, as well as the lifelong support of the SU Alumni Association and SU Career Services. SU students go on to be teachers in our classrooms, nurses in our hospitals, civil servants and corporate leaders, and entrepreneurs creating jobs in our communities. We produce continuous learners who will be an integral part of our society and communities in the 21st century.
91% - Of students are satisfied with their ability to experience intellectual growth
$41,277 - Is the median salary of recent graduates (79th percentile for workers over age 25 with a bachelor’s degree)
50 - Student winners of prestigious fellowships and scholarship in the past five years
95.1% - Of soon-to-be graduates that had accepted a job offer prior to graduation were satisfied with the job they accepted
48% - Of those seeking employment or graduate school enrollment had accepted an offer prior to graduation
Just a Few of Our Accolades
In guidebooks and surveys, SU consistently ranks among the nation’s best for quality and value.
Alumni In The News
It’s a Friday afternoon in May. Rise Up Coffee Roasters founder Tim Cureton pulls up to their newest location in Cambridge, MD, with his son and father. It was Grandparents Day at his son’s school, and as usual, Tim has a busy schedule, but he always makes time for his Alma Mater. Family is everything to Tim. Like most, he has many families: he has his family who are relatives, he has his “work/specialty coffee” family, and he has his Salisbury University family.