Plymouth State University Welcomes First Year Students

December 30th, 2012 by Lynn

    PLYMOUTH— The following first year students are attending Plymouth State University this fall: Curtis Arsenault of Berlin, Terrence Bedell of Groveton, Brittany Couture of Jefferson, Tyler Doyle of Bethlehem, Bonnie Gorman of Colebrook, Tiffany Harrington of Whitefield, Garry Hurd of Lisbon, Samantha Mason of Whitefield, Kyle Rainville of Groveton, Kelsey Rayburn of Bethlehem, Megan Rousseau of Shelburne, Andrew St. Cyr of Lancaster, Elizabeth Thagouras of Berlin, Taylor Thomas of Dummer, Nadia Wasuta of Jefferson, Kelly Williams of Bethlehem, Paige Wilson of Lancaster, Michaela Young of Pittsburg.

    Plymouth State University is a regional comprehensive university offering a rich, student-focused learning environment with an enrollment of approximately 4,300 undergraduate and approximately 3,000 graduate students.

    The 170-acre campus offers a New England classic look combined with up-to-date facilities including the Lamson Library and Learning Commons; the Boyd Science Center; Langdon Woods, a LEED certified, environmentally conscious residence hall; and PSU’s newest addition, a Welcome Center and Ice Arena and the Silver Center for the Arts. Plymouth State University is part of the University System of New Hampshire and accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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