Year: 2018

Plymouth State University has created a new program to help high school students expand their coursework and challenge themselves at the collegiate level and deepen their educational experiences.

  New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, FIRST® New Hampshire, the University System of New Hampshire (USNH), the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH), Eversource, BAE Systems and Fidelity have partnered to present ‘The Governor’s Cup’ – an off-season robotics competition for the state’s high school FIRST Robotics Competition teams. Hosted by Plymouth State University (PSU) […]

PSU welcomed more than 1,350 first-year and transfer students with the start of classes. New students are from 27 states across the country, including Alaska, and five countries, which include Austria, Canada, Cameroon, Mexico and Sweden.

Following a comprehensive review of its food service strategy and on-campus dining experience, and after an extensive search process, PSU announced the selection of Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services as its new dining service and catering provider.

Affirming Plymouth State University’s (PSU) continuing evolution as a leader in educator training, and its vision to support culturally-sustaining educational learners, leaders and activists, PSU’s Holmes Center for School Partnerships and Educator Preparation recently announced a partnership with the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Educator Network (GLSEN) of New Hampshire. The partnership is one of several […]

Over 1000 Plymouth State students have been named to the Spring 2018 President’s and Dean’s Lists.

Recipients of the University’s most prestigious recognition for excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service are nominated by their peers.

Plymouth State University (PSU) celebrated its inaugural Graduate Commencement on Thursday evening, May 17th in the Bank of New Hampshire Field House in the Active Living, Learning, and Wellness (ALLWell) North Center.

Plymouth State University (PSU) celebrated its 147th commencement on Saturday, May 19th in the Bank of New Hampshire Field House in the Active Living, Learning, and Wellness (ALLWell) North Center, the University’s state-of-the-art academic and athletic complex.

As Plymouth State University (PSU) continues its reinvention to become a model 21st century university, it is reevaluating national accreditation of its Educator Preparatory Programs (EPP). PSU’s programs are currently accredited by the New Hampshire Department of Education and by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). PSU as an institution is accredited […]