• The Hyde Hall Transformation

    Hyde Hall transformation

  • A Regional Hub for Collaboration Across Industries

    A Regional Hub for Collaboration Across Industries

  • A Modern Environment for Renowned Faculty and Award-Winning Programs

    A Modern Environment for Renowned Faculty and Award-Winning Programs

  • Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Student Success

    Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Student Success

  • Enhanced Alumni Networks and Outcomes

    Enhanced Alumni Networks and Outcomes

Plymouth State is embarking on a $40 million renovation to Hyde Hall, home of the School of Applied Business, to modernize building systems and reconfigure classrooms and student engagement spaces. The State and University System of New Hampshire have allocated $30 million to the project. A campaign goal of $10 million will support advanced technology common to industry and leading business schools.

"The renovated facility with state-of-the-industry technology will elevate PSU’s programs. Students will have a better sense of what the business world is like, and they will interact and present better with prospective employers. It’s also going to extend the University’s handshake to local and regional businesses and do a better job of drawing them in."

Andrew White ’09MBA, president of Comptus, a leading producer of wind and industrial environmental sensors, transmitters, and controls based in Campton, NH

"Ideas come from the environment that you’re in and the people you’re surrounded by. It’s important to have the spaces that drive creativity and help students do their best. Working in a state-of-the-art facility gives you more confidence, knowing that you’re at the level of the ‘Googles of the world’. It’ll put Plymouth State on a higher playing field."

Angela Watts ’05, co-owner of Fun Brands LLC with Mark Cuban and Ashton Kutcher

"There are very few successful businesspeople who aren’t surrounded by teams. Business is all about working with people, and Hyde Hall has a purpose beyond the classroom. Hyde should draw students in, so they’ll want to come there on a Saturday or Wednesday evening to work on projects with other students or business partners."

Larry Haynes ’86, president and CEO of the Grappone Automotive Group, and a first-generation college graduate

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Donor Recognition Opportunities

LOCATION

# AVAILABLE

GIVING LEVEL

STATUS

School of Business
(Ex. John & Joan Smith ’81 School of Business)

1/1

$3-5 Million

Available

University Business Program, Academic Cluster
(e.g., Sales Institute, MAPS, etc.)

TBD

$1 Million

Available

Main Entry Lobby

0/1

$500,000+

Not Available

Hyde Innovation Hub, 2nd floor

0/1

$500,000+

Not Available

Sales Suite (Institute Wing)

1/1

$300,000

Available

Entrepreneurship Suite

1/1

$300,000

Available

Finance Lab

1/1

$250,000

Available

Alumni Room (Rm 217)

0/1

$150,000

Not Available

Active Learning Tiered Classroom (Rm 120)

1/1

$175,000

Available

Large Active Learning Classroom

4/4

$100,000

Available

Computer Lab

1/1

$75,000

Available

Workspace (Rm 240)

1/1

$75,000

Available

Board Room (Rm 241)

1/1

$50,000

Available

Medium Active Learning Classroom

0/1

$50,000

Not Available

Small Conference Room

0/1

$50,000

Not Available

Medium Traditional/Flex Classroom

3/3

$40,000

Available

Breakout Room

6/10

$25,000

Available

A/V Enhanced Office, with built-in multimedia

3/5

$15,000

Available

Office

20+

$10,000

Available

Millwork Bench in Hallway

0/6

$5,000

Not Available

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News

Iconic Hyde Hall Undergoing $40 Million Renovation

Plymouth State University has embarked on a $40 million renovation of Harold E. Hyde Hall, the 82,000-square-foot, four story hub of the University’s business programs. PSU is working to raise $10 million to add to the $30 million already allocated by the University System.... READ MORE

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Alyssa Badolato ’23 Receives American Marketing Association Award

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Hon Lo ’99: PSU's First Major Gift Donor to the Future of Hyde Hall

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Kyle Dimick ’24 Wins Top National Marketing Award

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Angela Watts ’05: Successful Business Entrepreneur and Mentor

“As an alumna I’ve seen a lot of growth within the business program and it’s been exciting to see the opportunities evolve for students,” says Angela Watts ’05. The small and midsize business strategist and consultant found her way into the business world through hands-on experience... READ MORE

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Professors Greg Dumont and Brad Allen Receive PSU Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence

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