Salem eagerly anticipates your arrival on campus in August. This section was made just for you. Use the “In the Section” feature above to navigate the ins and outs of the enrollment process. Should you have questions don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Admission by calling 1-800-32-SALEM or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW THAT YOU’VE BEEN ADMITTED, IT IS TIME TO TAKE THE NEXT STEPS:
Confirm your plans to attend Salem. When your confirm your plans to enroll, you will receive an email from the Office of Admissions that includes your Salem student ID number as well as detailed instructions for setting up your Salem email.
Secure your place in the class. Submit your non-refundable $250 deposit by May 1. Two options are available to you: 1) Pay online. You’ll need your Salem ID number to make your first payment online. (Be sure to forward a copy of your payment confirmation email to email@example.com.) OR 2) Send a $250 check, payable to “Salem College,” to the following address: Salem College; Business Office - Lehman Hall; 601 S. Church Street; Winston-Salem, NC 27101 USA
Questions? Please call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-32-SALEM.
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACCEPTANCE TO SALEM COLLEGE!
This section of our website contains lots of information to help you plan for your enrollment at Salem. Many opportunities await you—and we await your arrival on campus with anticipation! We’re looking forward to your contributions to our community. You will make your own mark on Salem’s timeless legacy.
Salem women have busy lives both on and off campus. You will enjoy hanging out in our new multimillion-dollar Student Center—a beautiful LEED-certified “green” facility that features a cafe/coffeehouse, movie theater, bookstore, outdoor patios, and a fire pit.
A Salem education is extraordinary! It extends beyond the classroom, supports your development as a leader, and encourages a healthy lifestyle. You will graduate prepared to manage the challenges of our global and digital future.
Dean of Students
“I’ve had countless opportunities and experiences at Salem that have prepared me to take charge of my own future. I’ve been able to do a little bit of everything I am interested in, including internships in Washington, DC; organizing a volunteer mission trip to the Dominican Republic; taking leadership positions in clubs on campus; and participating in national and international conferences and competitions. I will continue to be empowered by Salem’s sisterhood and all the support I’ve received here long after I graduate.”