Campus Map

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ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS AND SERVICES

4. Herbert H. Lamson Library and Learning Commons (Open Labs, Spinelli Archives, Writing Center)

5. Russell House (Admissions Office)

6. Boyd Science Center (Atmospheric Science and Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Environmental Science and Policy, Judd Gregg Meteorology Institute, Mark Sylvestre Planetarium)

8. Samuel Read Hall Building (Campus Ministry, Center for the Environment, Center for Business and Community Partnerships, Counseling Education, Helping Center, Nursing, Physical Therapy, School Psychology)

9. Highland Hall (Information Technology Services, Office of Educator Preparation)

11. Mary Lyon Residence Hall (Career Services, Center for Student Success, Plymouth Academic Support Services, Global Engagement, Residential Life)

14. Ellen Reed House (English)

15. Rounds Hall (Education, Social Sciences)

18. Memorial Hall (Computer Science and Technology; History, Philosophy, and Social Studies Education)

19. Guy E. Speare Administration Building (Academic Affairs, Financial Aid, President’s Office, Registrar, Student Account Services, University Advancement, Veterans Service Center)

20. Silver Center for the Arts (Music, Theatre, and Dance; performance venues)

26. Draper & Maynard Building (Art, Health and Human Performance, Karl Drerup Art Gallery)

28. Harold E. Hyde Hall (Business Administration, Communication and Media Studies, Criminal Justice, Languages and Linguistics, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Work)

RESIDENCE HALLS AND STUDENT APARTMENTS

2. Belknap Residence Hall

3. Pemigewasset Residence Hall

10. Blair Residence Hall

11. Mary Lyon Residence Hall

22. Geneva Smith Residence Hall

24. Grafton Residence Hall

31. Merrill Place Residence Hall

34. Non-Traditional Student Apartments

35. White Mountain Apartment Complex

36. Langdon Woods Residence Hall

DINING

4. Commons Café (Herbert H. Lamson Library)

17. Union Grille and Daily Paws (Hartman Union Building)

23. Prospect Dining Hall

36. The Woods Café (Langdon Woods Residence Hall)

OTHER CAMPUS BUILDINGS

1. Center for Young Children and Families

7. Museum of the White Mountains (Open Lab)

8. Samuel Read Hall Building (Heritage Commons)

12. Holmes House (Alumni Relations, Annual Giving)

13. Robert Frost House (Dean of Students)

16. President’s House

17. Hartman Union Building (The Clock student newspaper, Community Service Center, Fireplace Lounge, fitness facilities, Mail Center, Recreation Programs, Student Activities, University Bookstore, WPCR radio station)

25. University Police

27. Human Resources Office

29. EcoHouse/ Office of Environmental Sustainability

30. Plymouth State University Counseling Center

33. Centre Lodge (Bradford Room, Granite Room)

37. Physical Plant

38. PSU Welcome Center and Ice Arena

39. Physical Education Center/ Human Performance Center (Athletic Training Room, Foley Gymnasium, Natatorium [pool], Vailas Performance Center), Health and Human Performance classrooms

40. ALLWell North (adventure education classrooms, Athletic Training Clinic, Center for Active Living and Healthy Communities, indoor field house with 200-meter George E. Davis ’63 Track, Outdoor Center)

Star: Enterprise Center at Plymouth

PARKING

AP Admissions parking behind Russell House (Visitor permit required)

Metered parking is available on streets surrounding campus.

S: Shuttle stops