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Honors College

Now is a really good time to be at SU. SU has achieved the transition from Honors program to Honors College, now what’s next?
Dr. Andrew Martino Dean, SU Honors College apmartino@salisbury.edu | 410-546-6902

An Honors Education

The Honors College brings together high-achieving students and dedicated faculty in a small university environment. It offers motivated students who are serious about their intellectual growth a variety of special enhanced classes. We foster close individual contact between students and faculty and bring together talented students from across campus.

Honors courses and extracurricular activities are intended to enrich and complement other educational opportunities and programs available to SU students across disciplines. Students say that Honors gives them the ability to enroll in more challenging classes and have one-on-one relationships with professors who know them and want to help them succeed. 

Campaign Priorities & Initiatives

Through the Campaign for Salisbury University, the Honors College seeks to:

  • Secure support to name the Honors College, which in recent years expanded from the original Honors program. 
  • Expand scholarships supporting study abroad opportunities for students. 
  • Expand its speaker series sponsorships, include more humanities-oriented and executive lectures for the campus and greater communities.
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In The News
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Martino Named New SU Honors College Dean
A believer in public education, Dr. Andrew Martino was named the new dean of SU’s Honors College in 2018. “Salisbury was a place that was always on my radar,” he said. Now, he is expanding opportunites for more than 500 Honors students at SU. The Honors College also has an award winning magazine, The Saunterer. READ MORE