Event Request Form

Submit An Event to ThisWeek@PSU

PLEASE NOTE: This form submits events to the PSU calendar ONLY. To seek other services from Marketing Communications and Creative Services please use the Work Request Form.

Please review and confirm all information before sending.

ThisWeek@PSU is the primary resource for both internal and external audiences seeking information about University events. Events include lectures, workshops, meetings, training programs, art and cultural events, and social events. They may include on or off-campus events so long as the event is sponsored by a University department, school, or approved organization. Events may be open to the general public, the Plymouth State community or a segment the PSU community.

Since the calendar can be viewed by the public, events should specify who can attend an event if it is not open to the public or the entire PSU community.
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