Salisbury University is pleased to recognize the accomplishments of its most outstanding students with academic scholarships. Each year, the University awards more than one million dollars in scholarships to freshman recipients who demonstrate outstanding potential for college success through their high school performance and results on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or ACT.
Many of the scholarships are from the Salisbury University Foundation’s endowments for the Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts, the Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology, the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, the Samuel W. and Marilyn C. Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies, and the Alan and Patti Guerrieri Scholarship Fund.
The freshman application for undergraduate admission serves as the application for many of our other academic scholarships. Following their admission, scholarship recipients are notified of academic awards. Some scholars will be invited to apply for prestigious named scholarships based on their academic credentials, intended majors and geographic regions. While those scholars’ total awards reflect their earlier notifications, they join a select group of scholars recognized by our faculty for their academic achievement and potential.
Academic Works is the scholarship hub for our currently enrolled students for all Salisbury University Foundation based scholarships. This site will match currently enrolled students to scholarship opportunities based on your university credentials either from your admissions application or your academic record. Once you complete your General Application in Academic Works, you will then be matched to a listing of recommended scholarship opportunities that will require you to complete additional steps. Matching to a scholarship opportunity does not guarantee you will receive the scholarship. Please follow the Academic Works Sign In Page link to be directed to the Academic Works site for Salisbury University. You will sign in to the site with your Gullnet user name and password. Once you sign in you will see additional instructions to get started. There is a FAQ document in Academic Works if you have additional questions.