Alumni now have access to myPlymouth

March 14th, 2005 by Adam

At one time, you may have come to Plymouth State to “find yourself.” Now you can come back to our NEW Alumni On-Line Community myPlymouth and find yourself all over again.

myPlymouth is a password-protected service which gives alumni online access to personal and university services like those mentioned below.. Get your username and password to gain access to an ever-expanding suite of personal services designed with you in mind..

If you want to learn more about myPlymouth and all it can do for you, visit www.alumni.plymouth.edu and click the myPlymouth link. You won’t be disappointed. If you would like to see more about what is included, please continue reading below.

View and update your alumni record

What is the single most important way that you can make sure you stay connected to Plymouth State? Making sure the university has up-to-date mailing/contact information. Login to myPlymouth to view and make corrections to your mailing address, your email address, and other information. You can inspect and update your alumni profile at any time, from anywhere. Under Alumni Services select “Update Info” and follow the directions.

Alumni Directory Online

The online alumni directory is provided by the Alumni Association as a complimentary service to alumni. You may find your classmates and fellow alumni as well as finding yourself.

Alumni Groups

The Alumni On-Line Community has a number of separate groups available for you to join and further connect with Plymouth. Each graduating class and chapter has its very own Group in myPlymouth, where notes and photos can be posted, you can chat with friends in a designated chat room, find out what’s the most recent update on you upcoming reunion, events in your area and much more

Alumni Events

The Plymouth State University Alumni Association and its Chapters coordinate over 100 events, big and small, every year. From Homecoming Weekend activities, to Alumni Day Weekend, regional golf tournaments, plays, museum visits, Red Sox games, dinner cruises, lectures and much more. myPlymouth gives details and registration information for all of these. Don’t miss out!

Alumni Travel Program

Plymouth State University Alumni Travel programs enable alumni and their guests to travel with fellow “Panthers,” stretch their minds, and broaden their horizons. In partnership with Collette Vacations we are putting together vacations to remember. Both domestic and foreign trips will be offered for the nature lover, the art enthusiast, the theater fan, the active walker, the avid gardener, the adventurer, and families.

Alumni Association Benefits

Plymouth State Alumni Benefits just keep getting better and better. Graduating from the Plymouth State University grants prime access to a range of benefits and services. For example:

On-Line Directory: Career Services
Plymouth State Bookstore Alumni Publications
Clubs and Chapters Financial Services
Insurance Discounts and much more

Alumni Email

Did you know you have a permanent alumni e-mail account set up with Plymouth State. myPlymouth gives you access to this email account. Use it and never have to change your email address again. Join the thousands of other alumni who already use their Alumni e-mail.

To learn more about myPlymouth and all it can do for you, visit www.alumni.plymouth.edu and click the myPlymouth link. You won’t be disappointed.

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