About

Our mission is to encourage lifelong learning, provide access to an array of non-credit courses on campus, in the community, and online, while strengthening the relationship between the university and the community.

Enrich your life with quality courses in:

Art · Culture · Health · Leadership · Management · Technology

  • Understand your world in a new way.
  • Discover something new about yourself.
  • Develop a new talent or interest.
  • Whet your intellectual appetite.
  • Incorporate education into real world experience.
  • Acquire new skills designed to promote your success.

The Division of Online and Continuing Studies (DOCS)  is continuing PSU’s tradition of offering a quality community education program.  We offer a range of courses that will appeal to the varied interests of the members of our community in central New Hampshire.  CEUs (continuing education units) are available for some courses.

In addition, we are pleased to offer you access to a variety of non-credit online courses and certificates for your personal and/or professional development through online partnerships with  Education to Go® Gatlin Education Services and Mindedge.  These partnerships provide students the flexibility to complete courses at their own pace from the comfort of their own homes or offices.

If you have an idea for a Community Education course or are interested in teaching a class let us know!

In Plymouth Magazine

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A Winning Team

Zara Jakubas ’16 and her sister Sunny ’18 grew up in Califon, New Jersey, a small Victorian-style town of just over 1,000 residents. It’s here that the two sisters took up tennis…

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Annual Fund Giving Challenge Inspires More Than 430 Donations in 48 Hours

On November 14 and 15, 2015, Plymouth State University hosted its first giving challenge, #PanthersGiveBack. Alumni couple Wally ’62 and Meredith (Bristow) Stevens ’62 made a generous gift and set the goal: If, in 2 days, 240 alumni stepped forward with an Annual Fund gift to any area of the University, the Stevenses would make a […]

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Student Spotlight: Mae Williams ’14G A Twenty-first-century Preservationist

When Mae Williams ’14G enrolled in the Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program in the fall of 2012, she was drawn to the strength of a program in which, she says, “The professors are not academics locked away amidst a pile of books, but are actually out in the field on a daily basis, […]