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Student Support

It is a pleasure to work at an institution that is moving forward. There is strong leadership here, with a positive ‘get it done’ attitude. I’m proud to be part of this team.
Dr. Dane Foust Vice President of Student Affairs drfoust@salisbury.edu | 410-543-6011

Student Services

We are dedicated to helping students get the most out of their Salisbury experience, academically and personally. Caring professionals provide a variety of services that students can utilize to enjoy a greater sense of well-being and foster a positive outlook on life. Two main resources for students are the Counseling Center, which offers confidential mental health assessment and treatment, and Student Health Services, which provides clinical health care and promotes wellness. 

Staff also are dedicated to supporting academic success. The Center for Student Achievement, for example, helps students achieve their potential with such services as one-on-one academic coaching; weekly Supplemental Instruction sessions to increase performance and retention in historically difficult classes; tutoring; and seminars on study skills, presentations and time management, and other professional preparation workshops. The TRiO program helps first-generation students and those with financial need or disabilities achieve their goals. The Disability Resource Center also provides important guidance and resources for students. 

Campaign Priorities & Initiatives

Through the Campaign for Salisbury University, SU’s Student Affairs Division seeks to:

  • Expand support for Career Services, as well as such student-led initiatives as the Career Closet and the Food for the Flock pantry.
  • Expand much-needed resources for the Counseling Center and Student Health Services, as well as the Student Emergency Fund, which provides financial assistance to current graduate and undergraduate students who encounter sudden and unexpected needs.
  • Foster support for the Center for Equity, Justice and Inclusion, as well as Multicultural Student Services and other initiatives related to diversity.
  • Expand resources for the Center for Student Achievement and its programming, as well as support for additional academic-related student services and initiatives.  
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In The News
SU Opens New Center for Equity, Justice and Inclusion
SU Opens New Center for Equity, Justice and Inclusion
The first occupants of the Center for Equity, Justice and Inclusion, housed in Blackwell Hall, represent three diverse communities: LGBTQIA+, the Women’s Forum and disAbility (sic). As a new center for historically marginalized population, it provides space for research, programming or just hanging out, nurturing a more robust sense of identity and community.READ MORE