Social Life

Around PSU

Our campus is minutes from the White Mountain National Forest, where you’ll find miles and miles of trails for hiking, biking and rock climbing. The nearby Lakes Region offers opportunities for water sports: sailing, snorkeling, or simply floating. Great restaurants, shopping venues, clubs, museums and entertainment are only a car ride away.

Clubs and Organizations

Getting Involved at PSU is easy. There are more than 100 campus clubs and organizations to suit every interest.

Hartman Union Building

The Hartman Union Building, better known as The HUB, is the center of student life on campus. From visiting the bookstore for supplies, quelling a mid-afternoon hunger attack, catching up on the day’s news, attending a meeting or watching the evening’s entertainment, the HUB is definitely the place to be on campus.

Student Activities

The Student Activities Office provides a laboratory for leadership experience, opportunities to explore and pursue academic interests outside of the classroom, and avenues to live the Plymouth State motto Ut Prosim, that I may serve

 

In Plymouth Magazine

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Congratulations to the Class of 2016

PSU President Donald L. Birx at the 145th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 14, 2016, his first as president, and the first to be held in ALLWell North. Nearly 1,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees were awarded before a crowd of 4,500 guests. Photo highlights>> Watch the video>>

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From Korea with Gratitude

When Dan Lee stepped off the plane in California back in 1990, the 20-year-old South Korean émigré was seeking the American dream. After earning an advanced degree in economics, he accepted a job offer at PSU, believing the small-town New England setting would be a good place to raise his young family. As an associate […]

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Honoring the Past with a Gift for the Future

Together, Kappa brothers celebrate the good times and help each other in times of need. “The friendships with Brothers of Kappa have stayed with me and so many others for all these years,” says Dana Nelson ’69, one of the fraternity’s founding brothers. “This relationship will stay with us the rest of our lives.” To […]