University System of NH Resets Tuition and Fees Based on Lower State Funding

Cost Cutting offsets more than 80 percent of a $48M Cut in State Support, but Financial Aid is increased June 21, 2011 Concord, NH—The University System of New Hampshire (USNH) Board of Trustees approved a budget for the upcoming fiscal year that included significant cuts across the entire system to address very substantial reductions in […]

Legislative and Budget Update

From: Sara Jayne Steen Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 Colleagues, The New Hampshire legislature today passed the budget compromise approved in Committee of Conference and sent it to the Governor. This budget reduces the allocation to the University System of New Hampshire to 51.65% of its current rate for 2011-2012 and 54.65% for 2012-2013. According […]

End of Year Update

Colleagues, I had planned to send you an end-of-the-year legislative update earlier in the week, but held off in order to give you a more complete picture when it appeared that the Senate Finance Committee would complete its recommendation to the full Senate this week. As you know, state appropriation is approximately 13% of our […]

PSU Legislative E-Newsletter

This is a copy of the newsletter emailed to New Hampshire legislators. The original contained hyperlinks to additional content.

PSU Economic Impact Report

In 2009, University of New Hampshire economics professor Ross Gittell and doctoral student Josh Stillwagon conducted a study on Plymouth State University’s economic impact on the state. These slides present some of their findings.

In Plymouth Magazine

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Interim Director Named for Museum of the White Mountains

PSU Professor of History Marcia Schmidt Blaine is now interim director of the MWM, following founding director Catherine Amidon’s stepping down …

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Panther Pride: Ski Hard, Smile Big

Freydis Holla Einarsdottir ’19 came this close to competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Since coming to PSU, she’s been posting top finishes for the women’s ski team, and in March she became the first woman in Plymouth State history to compete in the NCAA Championships, the biggest race in collegiate ski racing. […]

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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 […]