Guest Services

Welcome to Plymouth State University!

Guests visiting Plymouth State University  may access the internet via GuestNet, PSU’s wireless network for visitors.  You will be prompted to self-register in order to use this service and your laptop must meet the following conditions:

  • the most current service pack for your Operating System installed.  If your computer is a Windows machine, your operating system must be Windows Vista or Windows 7. If your machine is a MacIntosh, your operating system must be OSX or better.
  • an installed and operational firewall application such as the Windows Firewall
  • an installed antivirus which is enabled; and has had a complete update to the anti-virus application downloaded within the last two weeks   A list of acceptable antivirus software is available.

GuestNet provides full access to the internet, however access to any PSU system resources such as myPlymouth, individual and departmental network shares is restricted.

Library Services

Lamson Library is pleased to offer guests and alumni of PSU access to our Library.  While many of the library’s resources are only available to current students and staff, such as the electronic databases (due to licensing restrictions), many other resources are available both in print and online, free of charge.  In addition, PSU alumni, and NH residents may purchase a Community Borrower card in order to checkout materials from the library’s collection.  Some limits may apply to special categories of materials, such as educational curriculum, children’s literature and special collections.

Computers with Internet Access and Copiers

There are six public access computers with internet access for PSU alumni and visitors to use at the Learning Commons at Lamson Library. Additionally, there are coin operated copy machines available to all users.

The Fine Print:

PSU guest accounts are all accountable to the network policies.  They can be found at http://www.plymouth.edu/office/information-technology/about/policy/

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