Congratulations on your decision to pursue a graduate program! We’ve identified some “next steps” for you to complete – not all steps are applicable to everyone, so please take a few minutes to look these over.
Secure Your Place
We are so excited to have you join us at PSU!
The button below will bring you to your application portal. Once there, click on the Reply To Your Admissions Offer option in your checklist. If you do not see this option, be sure you do not have a status update to view at the top of the page.
The undergraduate deposit is $500 while the graduate student deposit varies.
Should you have any difficulties paying your deposit, please call the admissions office at (603) 535-2237 or send an email to email@example.com.
Log into your MyPlymouth email
All campus and academic related communication will be sent to this account. Once you are admitted you can log into your account by visiting my.plymouth.edu after receiving your login credentials. If you have questions about accessing your email, call (603) 535-2929.
Contact your Advisor
If you have not already met with your advisor to develop a plan to complete your coursework, please reach out to schedule an initial meeting. Many advisors will schedule a phone appointment or can connect with you via Zoom or Skype if visiting campus is not convenient. Your advisors name and email address were included in your acceptance email.
Register for Classes
The Registrar’s Office handles the course registration process – check out the current course schedule by clicking on the “Register for Classes” option on the left side. To browse courses, select the current term from the drop down menu which will then allow you to search for classes in a variety of ways.
Admitted students are able to register for classes online through by selecting the the Register for Classes option, you will need your myPlymouth credentials. Be sure to have the course information (class number, title, CRN#) handy when you log in.
Pay your bill
There are a variety of ways for graduate students to pay their tuition bill – for more information visit Student Financial Services.
Tuition rates for both NH residents and non-residents can be found here.
If you are interested in applying for financial aid.
Sign up for emergency Alerts
Student IDs will be required to access all campus buildings, including on-campus services such as the library, HUB and other common areas. Information on how to obtain your Student ID through the mail. If you would prefer to come to campus to get your ID, please contact Randy Szabadics at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time.
Student parking permits for the 2023-24 academic year will be available starting in July 2023.
purchase parking permit
ON-CAMPUS: PSU offers limited on-campus housing options for graduate students, if you are interested in learning more, please contact Kathy Peverly or call the Residential Life Office at (603) 535-2260.
OFF-CAMPUS: We realize most graduate students will opt for off-campus housing so we have put together a resource page for options in the Plymouth area.
We have created a Facebook Group specifically for graduate students looking to connect with one another, find potential roommates or apartments in the greater Plymouth area. Join Here!
Graduate students who have just completed their bachelor’s degree coursework and are moving directly into a graduate program will need to request official transcripts showing your degree conferral date sent to the Graduate Admissions Office at email@example.com