About

Welcome to the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The Provost is the senior member of the President’s Cabinet and Chief Academic Officer of the institution and has particular authority and responsibility for advancing the academic excellence of the University. After the President, the Provost is the principal officer of the University providing leadership for Plymouth State University’s strategic objectives, working on behalf of student and faculty success in learning and creativity, and setting the academic vision and intellectual tone for the campus.

  • The Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs is located in the Speare Building, 3rd Floor, Room 304.
  • Our office hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Phone: (603) 535-2230 Fax: (603) 535-2785

Featured in Plymouth Magazine

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Student Spotlight: Mae Williams ’14G A Twenty-first-century Preservationist

When Mae Williams ’14G enrolled in the Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program in the fall of 2012, she was drawn to the strength of a program in which, she says, “The professors are not academics locked away amidst a pile of books, but are actually out in the field on a daily basis, […]

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Beyond Granite: The Museum of the White Mountains Takes on STEM

As American students and workers fall behind their counterparts around the world in the science and technology fields, educators and policy makers have stressed the importance of strengthening our attention to STEM—science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Exhibition curator Sarah Garlick writes about the connections between earth science, adventure, and the process of learning STEM in […]

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Arts: Digital Repository Puts PSU’s History and Culture at Your Fingertips

Where can you get a close look at a photo of Babe Ruth standing in front of the Draper and Maynard Building, peruse a 1905 copy of Plymouth Normal School’s literary magazine The Prospect, and examine an aerial view of Plymouth State’s campus in 1960? Thanks to PSU’s digital repository, these historical treasures—along with 15,000 […]