At Plymouth State University, the health and safety of our students is paramount. We offer a range of dedicated resources, including health services providing medical care, counseling services offering confidential support, and partnerships with non-profit organizations for suicide prevention and sexual misconduct and domestic abuse survivors. Our commitment to a secure campus environment is bolstered by University Police and reporting avenues, ensuring a comprehensive network of care for our students' well-being.
Frost House Student Services
Frost House is the home to the Academic Student Advocate, CARE, Student Conduct, and the Title IX programs. The folks at Frost House are here to help you navigate all of the processes that accompany the policies and rights you have as a student at PSU. Frost House staff can be reached at (603) 535-2206.
Feeling under the weather? Injure yourself but don’t think you need to go to the Emergency Room? Need a prescription refilled or a flu vaccine? Call (603) 535-2350 to schedule an appointment at Health Services! Visiting and meeting with a clinician is covered by student fees, though additional tests/services may have an additional cost.
Plymouth State University Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides individual counseling, group counseling, alcohol and other drug counseling, and crisis intervention to all students at no additional cost. With a caring staff who has a variety of experiences, the Counseling Center meets the diverse needs of most students and you can view the profiles of the counselors online to find the right fit. Everything discussed with a counselor is kept confidential. The Counseling Center can be reached at (603) 535-2461.
Plymouth State University is partnering with the Jed Foundation (JED), a national nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. JED offers many resources on topics of mental health that members of the PSU community are encouraged to take advantage of.
Reflection and Spiritual Care Center
The Reflection and Spiritual Care Center provides spiritual, social, and service activities to people of all different faiths and perspectives. Looking to find a local place of worship? Stop by to get connected with one in the greater Plymouth/Lakes Region community!
Reporting at PSU
The reporting options give community members the opportunity to share important information regarding observed behavior that raises concerns related to various incidents occurring on or off campus involving PSU community members. The intention for response is to address concerns in a safe, timely, and supportive manner, with the goal of connecting individuals to the resources they need.
Have a question about your housing assignment or meal plan? Need assistance talking to your roommate about a disagreement or conflict? Have a great idea for a program you would like to see take place in your residence hall? Residential Life has live-in staff and a central office that can help with anything that comes up throughout the year. The central office is located on the main level in Speare Administration Building and can be reached at (603) 535-2260.
Students need only to call University Police and ask for a “SAFE RIDE.”
The PSU University Police Department provides policing services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. UPD’s priority is to work with students, faculty and staff to foster a safe environment for those working, visiting, and living within the campus community. It is important for everyone at PSU to be prepared in case of an emergency—UPD has compiled useful resources pertaining to active shooters, severe weather, evacuations, etc. on their website for your review. You can visit or call UPD at (603) 535-2330 to report a crime, ask questions about parking on-campus, or request assistance.
Voices Against Violence
Advocates from Voices Against Violence are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help sexual misconduct and domestic abuse survivors with any and all needs including seeking medical attention, reporting an assault and seeking emotional support. Voices Against Violence is our primary resource and we seek to connect survivors with an advocate as soon as possible. Contact the Voices Against Violence office at 603-536-5999 or the 24-hour crisis line at 1-877-221-6176 for immediate assistance.