Student Services

Circulation/Course Reserves

PSU students may borrow an unlimited number of books during the academic year. The student loan period is 30 days. The library may recall a book after fourteen days, if requested by another patron. A student’s PSU I.D. serves as the borrower’s library card. Cards are non-transferable to other patrons. The owner of the card will be held responsible for any lost, overdue or damaged books charged out in his name. The Reserve collection consists of course related readings, permanent departmental materials, magazines, newspapers, and a selection of heavily used Reference materials. Students who need access to reserve materials can expedite the process by providing the course number (ex. BU-3180-01) to the Information Desk staff.

Wireless Internet

The Lamson Learning Commons features wireless network access. Please visit the Information Desk for assistance.

Cluster Computers

There are a number of public computing facilities located in a variety of buildings across Campus. The public labs range from 6 to 25 seats and each offer a unique studying and computing environment. There are more than 40 PSU cluster machines available for student use as well as 5 public access computers located in the library for accessing the internet.

Classroom Technology Services and Equipment Reservations

The Classroom Technology Services team maintains over 100 technology enhanced classrooms and spaces across the PSU campus. These classrooms provide instructors with multimedia technology designed to improve the classroom experience of both teachers and students. Each technology enhanced classroom is provided with a data projector and various other computer and audio visual equipment. In addition, Classroom Technology Services can provide portable AV equipment to support the use of technology in spaces that are not permanently equipped.

Residential Network Support (ResNet)

The residential network (ResNet) enables students to access their electronic mail and the Internet through a directly wired connection in their on campus residences. ResTechs are students employed by the Info Desk who are trained to support the ResNet program in a variety of ways. ResTech responsibilities include assisting students with gaining network access, educating users about the effects of viruses and malware, and assisting with the installation of peripherals. Please contact the Information Desk at x2929 or via email at helpdesk@plymouth.edu to schedule a ResTech visit.

MyPlymouth, Blackboard, and Banner Self-Service

These services are vital to a PSU student’s academic experience. The Information Desk is available to help you with any questions or problems you might have concerning MyPlymouth, Blackboard, and Banner Self-Service.

Interested in working for the Information Desk?

If you are interested in working for the Information Desk, feel free to visit us in Lamson or complete an online application form.

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