Salem Today for your Best Life Tomorrow

Salem Students succeed at phenomenal rates! Why? Let them tell you! 

My research experience at Salem made me a strong candidate for medical school. Salem incorporates research into all its science classes, which teaches us how to address problems and seek solutions. As I meet more people in the field, I see how unusual my experience was, especially compared to other programs.”–Nicole Keyser ‘18, Wake Forest University Medical School student 

“I attribute almost all my success to Salem. The support there is layers deep.“–Britani Peterson ‘18, Pennsylvania State University School of Law student

Outstanding Graduate School Acceptance! 

  • 100% Acceptance in Law School
  • 90% Acceptance in Medical/Dental School & health-related graduate programs

“Salem prepares you for a world of possibilities. At every turn, Salem pushed me to explore and capitalize on my education. Today, I live in Rwanda and work for a social entrepreneurship organization that helps farmers in East Africa grow their way out of poverty.”–Sarah Hylden ‘07, Global Supply Chain Director, One Acre Fund

The professors are one of the best things about Salem! They are incredinly knowledgeable and supportive, while also holding us to high standards. My first years in the profession were smooth and successful becauase of what I learned from the Salem faculty.”–Laura Williams ‘14, M.Ed. ‘19, 4th Grade Teacher, Walnut Cove Elementary. 

'16 - Biochemistry

A biochemistry major and chair of the Honor Council, Amber Lee applied to five competitive PhD programs in chemistry and was accepted to 100% of them.

Natasha Morales Castellanos
'16 - Chemistry

A first-generation college student, Natasha Morales Castellanos didn't think she would ever pursue higher education beyond a bachelor's degree. Now she is pursuing a PhD in chemical engineering....

Information for Adult Students

In addition to serving as the director of house operations at the local SECU house and being a married mother of two, Melissa Thompson is pursuing a BA in communication.

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. 

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