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Help Desk

The Information Technology department is available to assist students, faculty, staff, retirees, alumni, and guests of the University with technology issues and requests. We are committed to providing you with excellent customer service and prompt technical support solutions.

The IT Help Desk is located in the Academic Commons 145 and can by reached by phone at 410.677.5454 or by submitting a help request directly to the Help Desk. For more information about submitting a Help Request, please go to the Submit IT Help Request web page.

Library Resources

Salisbury University provides library support services for all our distance learning students.  Access to online journals, books and all library services through Salisbury University Libraries.

Disability Resource Center

Any student who feels that they may require an accommodation in a course, based on the impact of a disability, should contact the Disability Resource Center as soon as possible to coordinate any and all accommodations.  Students can contact the Office by calling 410-677-6070, via our website www.salisbury.edu/students/dss/ or by visiting Guerrieri University Center, room 263.

Depending on your program of study, additional resources may be available to you:

SU-UMUC Social Work Program: For more information about student accommodations and services related to a disability, students may contact the University of Maryland Office of Student Services.  CIV: 49 (o) 631 53480264 or Email:  StudentAffairs-Europe@umuc.edu.

Transcripts

Information about transcripts is available from the Office of the Registrar.

Academic Advisors are provided for all matriculate full-time degree seeking students.  For more information and to locate your academic advisor, review the information at http://www.salisbury.edu/advising.

Student Affairs

Additional services are provided for all students through Student Affairs, including counseling, career services, student achievement and more.  Visit www.salisbury.edu/students/ to learn more about the additional support services available to you.

Need help or have questions about this page? Please visit our Ask a Question or Report a Problem page.
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