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Accessing My Account:
Call with questions regarding usernames, passwords, or logging on to GullNet. Login account and password information may only be provided to the SU student/prospective student.
Call with questions concerning admission to the university
Records & Registration:
Call with questions about registering for classes, reactivation, transcripts, or accessing the course schedule
Call with questions about your bill or paying online
Call with questions about your financial aid
Newly Admitted Students: Please make sure that you have completed the Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire and have submitted your immunization dates, with documentation from your health care provider. Please follow the link to our secure student health Web portal. (https://myhealth.salisbury.edu)
Returning Students: Please complete the Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire and make sure that your immunizations are up to date. Please follow the link to our secure student health Web portal. (https://myhealth.salisbury.edu)
Fall 2017 incoming students who have completed a 2017-18 FAFSA and been admitted to Salisbury University will be notified of their financial aid eligibility beginning in mid to late February.
Fall 2017 returning students who have completed a 2017-18 FAFSA will have their financial aid eligibility reviewed once grades from the spring 2017 semester have been posted. Award notification will begin in early June.
Refunds are distributed by BankMobile. If you didn't receive the bright green envelope with an activation code inside to select a refund preference please contact the Cashiers Office at email@example.com or 410-543-6060. Please include your student ID number and mailing address if emailing.
There are major changes that may impact your continued award eligibility for the MD Educational Assistance Grant (EAG) and MD Guaranteed Access Grant (GAG) programs beginning with the 2018-2019 award year. If you have been awarded either grant, please view these important program requirements and how they may impact your award.
SU offers courses which are taught totally online or partially online and in the classroom (hybrid). Learn more about our hybrid and online offerings at www.salisbury.edu/onlinelearning.
Check your SU Campus email regularly.
Students, faculty and staff should check their campus email accounts regularly. Many campus departments are now using email to notify the campus community of deadlines, policies and the latest news. Many faculty are using email to send notices to classes regarding assignments and class activities. If you would like to forward your campus email to your off campus email accounts follow directions outlined at the SU Helpdesk site.
Students Please Update Your Personal Information (Addresses, Phone numbers and email)