Currently, Salisbury University offers 42 distinct undergraduate and 14 graduate degree programs.
The school has grown steadily since its founding and now is attended by 7,557 undergraduate and 647 graduate students. Undergraduate minority enrollment is 18%. There are 2,648 spaces of ‘campus-affiliated’ housing, with 38% of full-time undergraduates residing in campus-affiliated housing. For 2010-11, Tuition and fees for Maryland residents are $6,908 annually and $15,404 for non-Maryland residents. Including room and board, per annum expenses are approximately $15,120 and $23,616 for residents and nonresidents, respectively. About 74% of undergraduate students receive financial aid. Of $45 million in distributed aid for the Fall of 2009, $5.6 million was available in the form of scholarships (not necessarily academic), with the remainder based on need.
Salisbury University’s Office of Admissions is responsible for the processing of all admissions applications. Admissions have become increasingly more selective over recent years. For undergraduate admissions for the Fall 2009 entry term, Salisbury received 7,525 applications. Salisbury offered admission to 54% of those applicants. The incoming freshman class was 1,276 students.
Salisbury University has ten female and nine male Division III NCAA teams. The football team competes in the Empire 8 Conference while all other sports participate in the Capital Athletic Conference.