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Mission Statement

To provide assistance and guidance with financial planning, budget development, and accounting to the PSU community in a prompt and courteous manner so that we can ensure complete, accurate and timely record-keeping and produce financial reports that are needed and/or required by our community, the University, the University System, and external agencies.

Hours:  Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Location:  Speare Administration Building,  Room 113

Mailing Address:  17 High Street,  MSC 17,  Plymouth, NH  03264

Email: Psu-budget-accounting@plymouth.edu

Phone: (603) 535-3293

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Campus Announcements

“Emotional Agility” discussion

June 16th, 2017 by Randy

“Emotional Agility” discussion All are welcome to attend a conversation about “Emotional Agility” by Susan David. Tuesday July 11th from 4-5:15 p.m. Hartman Union Building Alumni Green (bring chair or blanket!) Rain location Fireplace Lounge. Contact kkinane@plymouth.edu for more information This event is sponsored by Contemplative Communities

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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 […]