Diversity

Plymouth State University is a community that takes pride in celebrating diversity and embracing differences among all people. Diversity is one of our core values, and we have a longstanding commitment to being a vibrant, inclusive, and multicultural community.

Because PSU is a student-centered institution, our priorities guide us to prepare students for life in a diverse world and to help them gain a global perspective.

We also strive to create an environment that values and supports diversity, equity, and inclusiveness across our community. We are dedicated to providing learning experiences and fostering the constructive discussion of a range of opinions in order to promote enhanced understanding and respect for all people.

Plymouth State University is in the process of developing, supporting, and advancing a campus-wide Center for Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice, to be led by a new cabinet-level position. A nationwide search is currently underway and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

Campus Diversity Resources

Campus Diversity Resources

Plymouth State University strives to create an environment that values and supports diversity, equity, and inclusiveness across our community. We are dedicated to providing learning experiences and fostering the constructive discussion of a range of opinions in order to promote enhanced understanding and respect for all people. PSU prepares students to participate respectfully and responsibly in a pluralistic society.

Follow the links below for more information on what is available.

Faculty/Staff Organizations
  • The President’s Commission on the Status of Women
Student Organizations
Office of Minority Resources

Office of Minority Resources

The new Office of Minority Student Resources is in a high-traffic area of the HUB, serving as a “one stop shop.” Resources include cuisine, hair care, and on/off-campus engagement suggestions, along with minority scholarship information, connections with leadership organizations (Manchester BLM, NAACP, etc.), mentorship and community building opportunities, educational diversity training, workshops, and more.