Lamson Library

Lamson Library provides service to strengthen and enhance the quality of education at Plymouth State University. Seven days a week, including most holidays, the library services the informational, instructional and research needs of the university community.

The library’s collection, one million print and electronic resources and 1,200 subscriptions, is housed in a three-story facility. Through the Inter-library loan system, students have borrowing privileges at most other university libraries in the state and at some university’s throughout the country.

The library faculty provides reference and on-line bibliographic search services during a substantial portion of the library’s open hours including evenings and weekends. Librarians regularly prepare bibliographies, handouts, and conduct individual as well as class instruction on the efficient use of the library and its resources.

Lamson Library and Learning Commons is a state-of-the art, integrated research and technology center that provides PSU students, faculty, and staff with access to a wide variety of research tools and materials, information technology resources, and academic support services. At Lamson Learning Commons you can:

•    Find resources for research projects

•    Get answers to your technology questions from the ITS Help Desk

•    Create striking digital films and multimedia presentations

•    Surf the web through the wireless internet service

•    Meet with a writing consultant or peer tutor

•    Enjoy a cup of coffee or a snack while you study

How to reach us

Information                                     (603) 535-2832

ITS Help Desk                                 (603) 535-2929

Reference                                         (603) 535-2455

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Computer Clusters

Information Technology Services operates more than 30 public computer areas containing over 300 personal computers with internet access, commonly referred to as computer clusters, on the PSU campus.. The majority of computers operate in the Windows-based PC environment, while some clusters use Macintosh computers.

Personal laptop computers can be connected to the Internet in the Lamson Library and Learning Commons through marked locations. Wireless laptops or PDAs may connect via wireless hotspots located in the HUB, Prospect Dining Hall, Lamson Library and Learning Commons, and most public spaces and academic buildings.


Pease Public Library Borrowing Privileges

Students with a valid PSU identification card may borrow materials from Pease Public Library in Plymouth. Policies regarding lost and overdue books at lamson library will also apply to items borrowed from Pease.