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Princeton Review Again Names SU, Guerrieri Academic Commons Among Nation's Best

Holloway HallSALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University has a “stellar reputation … [of] challenging courses” and provides “everything a student needs to succeed.”

These are some of the student comments about Salisbury University in The Princeton Review’s new 2023 edition of The Best 388 Colleges. The University is among the nation’s top 15 percent of four-year colleges, according to the Review’s flagship guide.

Spotlighted in the University’s review are the academic experience, the diversity of the student body, faculty commitment to students and scholarship, SU’s dedication to student success, and the variety of student life activities available. Students applauded the campus as a place where their peers are “academically driven and focused,” cultivating a cooperative environment.

SU also provides many multicultural resources, contributing to an atmosphere in which diverse students “feel very comfortable and involved,” the guide added.

For the second time, SU’s Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons was rated among the best collegiate libraries in the U.S. (No. 23) in the new edition.

In addition, The Princeton Review again named SU one of its “Best Northeastern Colleges” and among the nation’s “Green Colleges.” The sustainable accolade is an honor SU has earned each year since The Princeton Review first offered it in 2010.

Learn more about how SU students, faculty and staff are exploring opportunities for greatness and making tomorrow theirs at the SU website.