Resources & Services

Plymouth State University proudly fulfills the needs of its students, faculty, staff, and the greater Plymouth community by providing necessary resources and services at a high level of professionalism. The following are just some of the many ways in which PSU is committed to its motto, That I May Serve:

Facilities/Physical Plant

In addition to grounds maintenance and shuttle services, if you have a broken light switch, broken window, the faucet leaks or the shower won’t shut off, Physical Plant will fix the problem.

Global PSU

Global PSU provides information and support for students interested in either an international experience or looking for an opportunity to study at another U.S. university, international students interested in joining Plymouth State, and international events held on campus. The Global Education Office offers help with: Study Away Advising, National Student Exchange, International Student Exchange, Short-term trips, Career services, and more. The Center for Global Engagement is a place for students to gather for international events and many of our global programs.

Information Technology

Information Technology Services responsibilities include administration of the network infrastructure, academic computing, administrative systems, telecommunications, Help Desk, desktop services, computer labs, classroom support, computer training and web support.

Lamson Learning Commons

The Lamson Learning Commons combines library and technology support services, surrounding them with academic support programs in PASS and the Writing & Reading Center, and the Commons Cafe, serving up coffee and snacks to the south side of campus.

Campus Services

Student mail boxes, campus mail boxes, and bulk mail are all handled by Campus Services

Office of Student Life @ the Hartman Union Building (HUB)

Student Life is about a variety of different programs, and we feel confident that you will find a number of options to explore and engage in while you’re a student at PSU. Student Life programs include: Community Service Center, Recreation Programs, and dozens of Student Organizations through the Student Activities Office. We’re based in the Hartman Union Building (the HUB), the “living room” of the campus. With the exception of the Outdoor Center, all our programs reside in the HUB, and many of our student organizations call the HUB home too. Add on student services like new student orientation, the ID and print center, computer clusters, printers, and the bookstore and mail center, and you’ve got one very busy building!

Event Planning at PSU

Plymouth State University offers a plethora of options for students, faculty & staff, and those not directly affiliated with the University to plan and hold group events utilizing our facilities. Through Conference Services we are able to offer large groups not only meeting and event spaces throughout the year, but they can utilize our residence halls during the summer season as well. Students, faculty, and staff can learn more about planning a meeting or event, or advertising their group’s programs on campus, by visiting the Event Planning page or by calling the Hartman Union Building (HUB) Administrative Office at 603-535-2376.

In Plymouth Magazine

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That She May Serve

Elizabeth Morrissette ’18 selected as New Hampshire’s Miss University 2015 Elizabeth Morrissette ’18 stood on the stage at her first Miss New Hampshire pageant, trying to keep her knees from knocking. “I was definitely nervous—I’d only had a week to prepare and I wasn’t really sure what to expect—but at the same time I felt […]

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Hope for Hypertension

Jennifer DuPont ’08 is investigating what triggers high blood pressure as we age Sixty-seven million Americans have it. Nearly a thousand people die from it each day. And in just one year, it can cost the nation more than $40 million. Hypertension, or high blood pressure, takes a tremendous toll on our country, both in […]

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Building a First-Year Class

PSU’s overwhelming success with enrollment for the 2015–16 academic year was the result of focused multi-year investments in admissions, marketing, academic and co-curricular programs, and new and repurposed facilities.