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Mission Statement

To provide assistance and guidance with financial planning, budget development, and accounting to the PSU community in a prompt and courteous manner so that we can ensure complete, accurate and timely record-keeping and produce financial reports that are needed and/or required by our community, the University, the University System, and external agencies.

Hours:  Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Location:  Speare Administration Building,  Room 113

Mailing Address:  17 High Street,  MSC 17,  Plymouth, NH  03264

Email: Psu-budget-accounting@plymouth.edu

Phone: (603) 535-3293

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Campus Announcements

File Your 2017-2018 FAFSA by PSUs’ Priority Deadline of March 1!

February 15th, 2017 by Randy

File Your 2017-2018 FAFSA by PSUs’ Priority Deadline of March 1! USE YOUR FSA ID (both student & parent) to sign your FAFSA. If you’ve forgotten your FSA ID, you may retrieve it at fsaid.ed.gov THERE IS NO NEED TO ESTIMATE INCOME. The 2017-2018 FAFSA uses 2015 income information. Later filers may only be eligible […]

Student Listening Sessions–WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

February 7th, 2017 by Marissa

University Advancement and the Center for Student Success will be conducting student listening sessions to better understand your interests, concerns, ideas for improvement, and hear your stories about PSU. This information will be shared with donors who are looking to make sure that they are giving to causes about which students are passionate. WE WANT […]

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Building Excitement

Get an inside look at PSU’s newest building.

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From Korea with Gratitude

When Dan Lee stepped off the plane in California back in 1990, the 20-year-old South Korean émigré was seeking the American dream. After earning an advanced degree in economics, he accepted a job offer at PSU, believing the small-town New England setting would be a good place to raise his young family. As an associate […]

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Helping to Heal Broken Hearts

PSU researcher hopes to improve cardiovascular patients’ long-term outcomes » A broken heart and a heart attack may not have very much in common, but they’re both painful in their own way, and both can leave scars. Unlike the scars that follow heartbreak, scars following heart attack don’t fade with time, and they often prove […]