Welcome

Plymouth State University invites you and your organization to explore the benefits of having your group experience PSU in the White Mountains region.

Phone: (603) 535-3187

psu-conferences@plymouth.edu

For your best conference, retreat, or special event try our University setting.

Location

Plymouth State University is nestled in the foothills of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, and just a short distance to the state’s popular Lakes Region. Conveniently located just 1 hour from Manchester and 2 hours from Boston’s Logan Airport, we offer easy access off I-93 at Exit 25. Our campus is in a beautiful, park-like setting in the heart of one of the best small town in America, offering four seasons of recreational and educational adventure.

Value

Our economic packages for meeting space, housing and meals are some of the best values available in New England. Discover the affordability and convenience Plymouth State University has to offer. After an initial consultation, we can quickly provide you with a cost plan for your group. We are confident you will be pleased with the value and savings our unique setting and services can provide!

Featured in Plymouth Magazine

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Ut Prosim: A Cultural Exchange in Jamaica

On Sunday, January 8, six Plymouth State students and their instructor, Jessica Dutille ’03, ’04G, boarded a plane bound for Jamaica, leaving the remnants of a snowstorm behind them in favor of a week of sun and 80-degree weather. But this was no vacation. This was a service-learning trip in which Dutille, an instructor in […]

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Seeing Further: Into the North Country

  The Lancaster Project, an integrated cluster initiative that uses a multidisciplinary approach, focuses on bringing more life to the small business community on Main Street, particularly the historical Lancaster National Bank building, in Lancaster, New Hampshire. The project capitalizes on the varied knowledge of 60 students from 10 different academic majors. Collaborative groups work […]

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Cracking the Glass Ceiling in Athletics Administration 

When alumna Kim Bownes ’07G was named Director of Athletics in January, she added another crack to a glass ceiling in collegiate athletics. She joined the group of women leading National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III athletics departments who make up just 29 percent of DIII athletics directors, according to the 2016 report by […]