Below you will find important forms and documents relating to Residential Life here at PSU.
The University will assist, to the degree possible, students desiring a change in room or apartment assignment during designated housing change periods or in cases of emergencies. Designated room change periods begin the second week of the semester and end the first week in December/May for any given academic year.
Please submit the below questionnaire if you are seeking a release from the Live-on Policy or a release from your PSU housing contract/lease. This questionnaire is designed to guide you to the appropriate form based on your specific request.
Students under 18 years of age at the time of housing application signing, must have a parent or guardian read all conditions of the lease agreement and sign below in order to proceed with the housing application.
The below waitlists are active during the indicated time frames for the indicated student groups. Students desiring to maintain their request from one waitlist to the next must submit a new request by completing the next form. Students on the waitlist will be sent an email reminder prior to the waitlist closure. Students who submit a request for the same room type with the same roommates, will not lose their place in line. Please know that single rooms are limited, and priority goes to students with a documented disability and then to those based on ranking/seniority and first come first served.
Pre-Fall Waitlist Available from May through the fall 2-week room freeze to all students
Fall Waitlist Available after the fall 2-week room freeze through the end of the semester to current students
Pre-Spring Waitlist Available over winter break through 2-week room freeze to all students
Spring Waitlist Available after the 2-week room freeze through the end of the semester to current students
This form is for assigned students who have a vacancy or anticipate a vacancy in their assigned room/apartment during non-academic break periods (winter or summer) and want to reserve the available space for a preferred roommate.
Preferred roommates will be assigned to vacancies as long as the specific vacancy is confirmed prior to move-in and the reservation request is submitted before the vacancy is filled by the Housing Coordinator.
Students wishing to appeal end-of-semester damage charges and appeals should use the form below. Please note that specific time frames for appeals are communicated to students in their Damage & Fee notification emails sent to their PSU email address.
Students seeking additional information regarding Living & Learning Clusters should visit the Living & Learning Clusters section of the main Residential Life Page. The application for these communities can be found below.
Panther Premier is a video-on-demand streaming service for movies and shows. This service is available for all Residential Students to use immediately via the following link, which will also be hosted on the Residential Life & Dining Services website.
You will also find in the lobby of your residential community a “Now Showing” poster that includes a QR code to direct mobile devices to the site as well as a showcase of newly added movies for the month.
Each month, we will email a survey to allow each of you to preference which movies and shows we add the following month. We hope this new service enhances the entertainment options you have while living with us here at PSU. If you have any specific requests for the site, or other suggestions to improve your residential experience, please email us directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access Panther Premier Now
eRezLife or better known as ERL, is a cloud-based platform Residential Life uses for various forms, promotion of events/activities, and where all student employment and leadership applications live.
This software utilizes the USNH single-sign-on and can be accessed directly using this link below or on the Residential Life & Dining Services website.
Animals, in general, are not allowed on campus- except fish in a small tank. Requests for service animals or emotional support animals are considered for students with a documented disability and consist of a two-step process.
ESA/Service animal approval - two-step process:
1. Reasonableness- Campus Accessibility Services (CAS): Individuals who wish to bring an ESA or service animal to campus must first obtain confirmation of a reasonable accommodation through Campus Accessibility Services. CAS will send confirmation to the Office of Residential Life once processed.
2. Animal Health and Policy Adherence- Residential Life: Once confirmation is received, the Housing Coordinator will email the student a link to the Service/Support Animal Housing Application. This online application is needed to confirm the health of the animal, acknowledgement of policies and adherence to same. An updated form is required annually.
The Guide to Residential Living is designed to assist students with what it means to be a residential student at Plymouth State University.
The Residential Move-In Guide is designed to help assist students with all of the information they need related to move-in for the academic year.
2023-2024 Move-In Guide:
- online only version
- PDF Version Coming Soon!
Advertising in the Residential Communities
Per the Residential Life Policies & Procedures, page 9, for advertising within the various residential communities:
- Request approval from the Office of Residential Life & Dining Services and bring the designated number of posters to be hung
- Residential Life will not guarantee placement of items
- Residential Life has limited posting space and reserves the right to decide the number of posted materials
- Unapproved items found posted will be removed and may result in the office/group being denied posting privileges in the future and may be referred to Student Conduct for adjudication
- No items will be approved which advocate alcohol/drug use or inappropriate behavior
- No items may be put under doors or in the door frames without authorized approval
If approved, publicity will be posted for a maximum of two weeks or the day after the event. This does not include semester‐long event calendars that are produced by offices/departments on the university campus.
Here is the recommended amount of posters/flyers for each community:
Please note that if you have specific questions regarding posting/advertising in the residential communities that are not outlined within this document, please email Residential Life & Dining Services at email@example.com.
Proxies are for students in mixed groups (ex. undergrads with grads, continuing students with new students), group leaders/individuals who cannot book online at their selection time (ex. due to classes), and for individuals/groups that cannot fill a desired space (ex. 2 students seeking a triple room, 1 student seeking a double room). Proxies for each selection phase will open at 11am on the day individual/group selection times are emailed and will close at 11:59pm on that same day. If you are in a group, only the group leader needs to submit the proxy for the whole group after discussing which options to include and in what order.
The Residential Living Clusters- RLC Proxies will be available beginning at 11 a.m. on March 7 and will close at 11:59 p.m.
The Invite Only proxy will be available beginning at 11 a.m. on March 21 and will close at 11:59 p.m.
The Singles Proxy will be available beginning at 10 a.m. on March 28 and will close at 11:59 p.m.
The 4s Proxy will be available beginning at 11 a.m. on April 4 and will close at 11:59 p.m.
The 2s/3s Proxy will be available beginning at 11 a.m. on April 11 and will close at 11:59 p.m.