After majoring in history and political science at Salem, Shannon Salzman is headed to Washington, DC, after graduation to work as an operations assistant for the Tax Foundation.
Looking for upcoming events on campus? Need help finding useful resources? Find everything you need and more, as a Salem College student.
If you’re already planning ahead for next semester, you’ll find helpful course registration information at the Office of the Registrar. This is also where you can make transcript requests and view AP and IB credit eligibility. Additionally, before you can register for courses, please ensure that your tuition payments are up-to-date.
From dance weekends to cultural events, there are a lot of exciting activities and experiences to look forward to at Salem. To help you plan ahead, we’ve provided both this year’s Academic Calendar and the Calendar of Events. Make sure to share these with your parents, as they’ll want to know when to plan their visit for Family Weekend.
To get more involved in campus organizations and other opportunities, check out our Student Activities page. And don’t forget that there are plenty of community-based programs and events in Winston-Salem and beyond! Do an internship at a local nonprofit or set your sights on a far-off study abroad destination — the choice is yours!
In addition to all the academic and social resources available to students at Salem College, there are a number of Student Services, which we hope you’ll make the most of. Whether you want to view the current Dining Menu or make an appointment with Health Services, find everything you need right here.
If you need any additional support, don’t hesitate to reach out to your advisor, the Dean of Students, or your community of Salem Sisters.
Salem College is proud to provide its students with all the resources they need to learn, grow, and excel as young women on their way to changing the world.