Plymouth State University
In this season of giving and reflection, Plymouth State University sends warm holiday greetings and wishes you a joyful new year.
One of the ways we've recently gotten into the holiday spirit is through the Empty Bowls project.
Full of Love
To combat hunger in our community, Plymouth State’s faculty, staff, and students created beautiful ceramic bowls for those in need—the Empty Bowls project. The bowls were filled with delicious soup and sold to benefit the Student Support Foundation.
Learn more about the project below.
Student Suppport Foundation
The Plymouth State University Student Support Foundation was started in August of 2005 with a challenge grant from Carrie Morgridge, whose husband John is a PSU alumnus (Class of 1985). The Foundation is an organization open to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in taking responsibility for their fellow students and learning more about poverty and the life skills of service and philanthropy.
- To keep students in school through short-term emergency assistance and long-term student support.
- To create a culture of philanthropy in the campus community.
Have any questions about the Student Support Foundation?
Contact SSF Advisor, Casey Krafton, for more information.