Facilities

Worried about coordinating your event? Plymouth State University can provide on-site event planning and administrative services in an educational environment.

Catering ServicesWe can customize facilities to meet the need of your unique function or meeting, and offer state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment and technicians to assist you. Choose from classrooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, exhibits and banquet spaces. We provide the necessary tables and chairs and, upon request, supply tent rentals so you can enjoy our beautiful location. Our campus caterer serves up superb dining experiences at Prospect Dining Hall and the Union Grille.

In addition, amenities available for your group to procure may include:
Boyd Science Center

…and easy access to the abundance of activities that New Hampshire has to offer.

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Cracking the Glass Ceiling in Athletics Administration 

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