Verizon Incorrectly Publishes PSU Directory Listing

October 1st, 2004 by Adam

The 2004 Verizon telephone directory incorrectly
lists phone numbers for Plymouth State University.
On page 196 of the White Pages, Verzion not
only left out office names for specific toll free
numbers under Plymouth State University, it
preceded the entire listing with a Plymouth
State College entry. We are working with
Verizon to have them correct the situation, but
a permanent correction won’t be made until
next year’s publication. Following is how the
listing should have appeared.

Main Number …………………………………………….535-5000
Admissions………………………………………………….535-2237
   Or Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then …….800 842 6900
Advancement…………………………………………….535-2589
Alumni…………………………………………………………..535-2589
Bursar…………………………………………………………….535-2215
   Or Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then ……..877 846 5755
Child Development & Family
Center Parent Line………………………………535-2740
Continuing Education…………………………….535-2428
Financial Aid……………………………………………….535-2338
   Or Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then …….877 846 5755
Graduate Studies
   MBA…………………………………………………………..535-2735
   M.Ed………………………………………………………….535-2636
   Or Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then……….800-367-4723
Hartman Union Building……………………….535-2623
Karl Drerup Art Gallery …………………………..535-2614
Lamson Library
   Day…………………………………………………………….535-2832
   After 5 p.m. ……………………………………………535-2258
Physical Education Center
Hours………………………………………………………..535-2842
Public Relations…………………………………………535-2276
Registrar
   General Information ……………………………………………535-2345
   Transcript Requests…………………………….535-2447
Residential Life…………………………………………..535-2260
University Police………………………………………..535-2330
Silver Cultural Arts Center
   Box Office ……………………………………………….535-2787
   Or Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then……..800 779-3869
Sports Hot Line………………………………………….535-2843
Teacher Accreditation …………………………….535-2224
TTY TTD Toll Free-Dial “1″ & Then……………800 735 2964
Weather Forecast ……………………………………..535-2599

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