The Guerrieri Academic Commons, the location of SU's main library, is a place to study, master the art of research, collaborate, borrow a laptop, cram for an exam, work on a project, get a book, and meet friends. For the humanities and social sciences, it serves as a laboratory. It is SU's academic commons, a center for learning, discovery, and interaction.
The Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury University is a humanities research laboratory for university students that also fulfills the historical resource needs of a variety of community researchers. Founded in 1982, it was endowed in 1998 by Edward H. Nabb, an attorney and philanthropist from Cambridge, Maryland and renamed in his honor. It is located on the fourth floor of the Guerrieri Academic Commons.
The Dr. Ernie Bond Curriculum Resource Center (CRC) supports the teaching, research, educational, and professional needs of faculty, staff, and students of the Seidel School of Education, as well as the larger Salisbury University community, by maintaining a quality collection of children's literature and other relevant, program-based materials and by providing excellent services and a conducive learning environment. It is located on the second floor of Conway Hall.