“Pop up” for lunch is a new, relaxed approach to summer’s less crowded campus by Williamson’s Culinart, the company that provides weekday breakfast, lunch and snacks in the University’s Café, as well as catering for luncheons and special events.
On Saturday, November 14, 2015, Salus University will host its NINTH annual “Looking Out for Kids” benefit at the Hafter Center on campus.
As part of their curriculum, students from the College of Education and Rehabilitation’s Blindness and Low Vision Studies programs have a summer residency of classes and training from two to twelve weeks, depending on program’s requirements.
What do an Italian-originated system of learning, a Baltimore charter school and Salus University have in common? In addition to the obvious answer of education, the answer is Ms. Brittany Horne, a fourth and fifth grade teacher at City Neighbors Charter School in Baltimore and the daughter of retired dean of Student Affairs and current director of the University’s Summer Enrichment Program, Mr. Robert Horne, MS.
The Salus University Alumni Association has a long tradition of presenting an Alumni Association Award for outstanding scholarship in recognition of the graduates with the highest GPA in their program.