To University Home Page

All department and organization web sites on the domain name (excludes sub-domains such as,, etc.) are required to have a link to the University home page on all pages.  The preferred method to meet this requirement is by including the full Plymouth State University header in each page.

To Department/Organization Home Page

All pages should also contain links the department or organizations home page, preferably in the top left space of the site architecture.

To Other University Web Sites

When links to other University information outside of a department responsibility is required, links should go directly to the University URL.  Information should never be re-created on individual department web sites.  This helps ensure the most up-to-date information is available to the audience at all times.

Visitor information, general admission requirements, and parking maps are examples of information which should not be recreated on individual department web sites unless the department is directly responsible for that information.

To PDF Documents

When linking to a PDF document, name the document without any spaces or special characters.  Always let the audience know they are about to open a PDF.

Contact MCCS

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Speare Administration Building, MSC 24
Plymouth NH 03264-1595

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