Advising

Your academic advisor is an important resource—a person who will assist you with creating your program of study, clarifying programmatic policies and procedures, coordinating and collaborating with you on research, and eventually assisting you with career decisions. You are strongly encouraged to meet with your advisor prior to beginning your coursework and throughout your program.

Advising Locations

Graduate program advising is conducted at several locations throughout New Hampshire, in addition to the Plymouth campus. A list of advising locations and directions are listed below.

  • Concord: 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Exeter: Seacoast Professional Development Center
  • Gorham: North Country Educational Services
  • Plymouth: PSU, College of Graduate Studies, 20 Highland Street

General and Program-Specific Advising

Your first advising session is typically a general intake session, during which an advisor will discuss with you your plans for graduate study. Program-specific advising with the program coordinator occurs when you have selected a degree program. You may schedule an appointment for general advising, including advising about the application process, by calling (603) 535-2636 or (800) FOR-GRAD. To schedule an appointment for program-specific advising, please e-mail the appropriate individual from the list below.

Adventure Education, Jamie Hannon

Applied Meteorology, Eric Hoffman

Art Education, Jason Swift

Arts, Leadership and Learning (CAGS), Patricia Lindberg

Athletic Administration, Irene Cucina

Athletic Training, Marjorie King

Biology, Leonard Reitsma

Business/General Management, MBA Advising

Business/General Management/International Business—Partnership with Universitatea Babeş-Bolyai, Roxana Wright

Clinical Mental Health Counseling, K. Hridaya Hall

Curriculum Administrator (CAGS), Christie Sweeney

Curriculum and Instruction, Cheryl Baker
(Adult Learning and Development, K-12 Education, Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching, Online Teaching and Learning)

Doctor of Education, Kathleen Norris

Eating Disorders, Mardie Burckes-Miller

Educational Leadership (MEd, CAGS), Christie Sweeney

Education Technology Integrator, Sharon Silva

Elementary Education, Susan Shapiro

English Education—Teaching Writing, Meg Petersen

Environmental Science and Policy, June Hammond Rowan

Health Education, Irene Cucina

Heritage Studies, Stacey Yap

Higher Education (CAGS), Kathleen Norris

Historic Preservation, Stacey Yap

Human Relations, Steve Flynn

Integrated Arts, Patricia Lindberg

Language Education-French and Spanish Education, Barbara Lopez-Mayhew

Language Education—TESOL, James Whiting

Library Media, Sharon Silva

Mathematics, Osama Ta’ani

Music Education, Instrumental, Mark Stickney

Partnership Programs, Cheryl Baker

Personal and Organizational Wellness, Nancy Puglisi

Physical Education, Irene Cucina

Reading and Writing, Edith Patridge

Science Education, Douglas Earick

School Counseling, Gary Goodnough

School Principal, Christie Sweeney

School Psychology, Cynthia Waltman

Special Education, Marcel Lebrun

Social Studies Education, Mike Kopish

Superintendent of Schools, Christie Sweeney

Teacher Certification, James Wenhart

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