Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by Randy
Looking for a unique way to give back & volunteer and travel? Interested in travelling during Spring Break? Alternative Spring Break (ASB) might be the opportunity for you! ASB is a student run organization at PSU sending three trips out over Spring Break in March. We anticipate sending three trips out- one with an environmental focus, one working with Habitat for Humanity and one with a sea life/marine animal focus. Students selected for the trip have an out of pocket contribution and fundraise to help defray costs. Applications are available on OrgSync and are due no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, September 19th, 2014.
Apply now: https://orgsync.com/31575/forms/116933
Posted on: September 11th, 2014 by Randy
The Student Activities Office has some very exciting tickets to upcoming NH events! All tickets are FREE to PSU Students. Just email Chris Slater at email@example.com or stop by the Student Activities Office by noon on Tuesday, September 16th to sign up. Students must provide their own transportation to the events.
Palace Theatre in Manchester presents: The Full Monty on September 18th, 7pm
NASCAR’s Sylvania 300 at the NH Motor Speedway on September 21st
Posted on: September 9th, 2014 by Randy
If you have a volunteer requirement for a class or are looking to spend some time volunteering in the community, the Community Service Center and Office of Engagement and Research are hosting the Community Connections Fair on Sunday, September 21st from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the HUB Fireplace Lounge.
The fair is an opportunity for students to connect with local non-profits for volunteer opportunities in the Plymouth area. Ten non-profits will be represented and pizza will be served for students participating in the fair! If you are part of Join the Pack, this is an opportunity to get your star for the Community Service Center!
Posted on: September 4th, 2014 by Randy
Come chat about the Big Questions over lunch! Look for our brightly colored Question of the Day standing on a table in Prospect Dining Hall, 12-1 on Tuesdays, starting September 9. All are welcome – of any faith or none – and the only goal is conversation! No question too big or too odd. Sponsored by the United Campus Ministry. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org or 996-1490.
Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by Randy
The Crawford Martin Opportunity Grants (CMOG) were established in 2011 with the intent of providing degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students of Plymouth State University with funding to meet ordinary and extraordinary educational opportunities that enable them to persist in attaining their degrees. These funds are expressly for covering expenses related to educational activity and should be accessed only after other campus funding resources have been pursued. Students must demonstrate: 1) documented financial need, which will be evaluated by a review of a current on-file FAFSA form. 2) exemplary integrity, as determined by a review of the student’s campus judicial file, academic dishonesty file (if applicable) and completed reference from by a PSU faculty or staff reference. 3) a cumulative academic standing of 3.0 or higher. All forms must be submitted electronically via the on-line form.
2014-2015 Crawford Martin Opportunity Grants
2014-2015 Crawford Martin Opportunity Grants – Study Away Applications ONLY
The funding schedule for the 2014-2015 academic year is as follows:
- Application Deadline September 19th ….. Award Announcement October 3, 2014
- Application Deadline October 17th ….. Award Announcement October 31, 2014
- Application Deadline November 21st …… Award Announcement December 5, 2014
- Application Deadline December 19th …. Award Announcement January 1, 2015
- Application Deadline February 13th …… Award announcement February 27, 2015
- Application Deadline March 20th …… Award announcement April 4, 2015
- Application Deadline April 24th …… Award announcement May 8, 2015