Salisbury University provides parenting / lactation rooms on campus.
Each room offers a clean, secure, and private space for caregivers to tend to their infants or for women who need to express breast milk during their time on campus. Both rooms are equipped with comfortable seating, a sink with running water, counter space, and ample electrical outlets near the chair. One room contains a refrigerator.
Nursing mothers will need to provide their own pump. If you use a room where a refrigerator is not provided, we recommend that you bring a small cooler to store your breast milk. Salisbury University is not responsible for the security or integrity of breast milk stored in or outside of the lactation room refrigerator. All lactation room users are expected to clean up after each use of a room. Each user should allow enough time within a visit to clean spills and dispose of trash properly.
Please refer to the campus map to locate the spaces on campus.
- Perdue Hall, Room #127
Fully equipped as a parenting room, with a sink and a rocking chair.
To access: Room is unlocked, but can be secured from the inside; neither key nor key card access is required during normal operating office hours.
- Academic Commons, Room #111 (map)
Fully equipped as a parenting room, with a sink, refrigerator and a rocking chair.
To access: Room is unlocked, but can be secured from the inside; neither key nor key card access is required during normal operating hours; this room is located in the 24-Hour Area and is accessible whenever the Academic Commons is open.