2014-2015 PSU Ski Package Information

Each year area mountains are invited to submit ski-package proposals that are then voted on by Plymouth State students.  The winner for the 2014-2015 PSU Ski Package is Waterville Valley Resort!


Prior to heading to the mountain, please check your eligibility on the appropriate list on myPlymouth (Undergraduate Student, Graduate Student, Faculty & Staff). You can do this by logging into myPlymouth, selecting the service tab at the top of the page, and the lists are under ‘General Resources’.  These lists will change throughout the season as they are based on students currently taking classes and faculty/staff members currently employed. If you do not see your name on the appropriate list and believe you should be, please contact Chris Slater at cbslater@plymouth.edu.


Please be advised that you will not be able to purchase a ticket without TWO forms of photo ID. One of the ID’s MUST be a current Plymouth State University ID. (The new vertical ID with a Panther on it.) If you do not have a current valid PSU ID, please see the Print Shop/ID Center in the HUB during normal business hours. (M-F 8am-4:30pm)


As a current member of the PSU community, the benefits of the ski package are only applicable to you, but you may purchase a discounted guest ticket. Allowing another person to use your ID to purchase a discounted ticket, or misuse of the ski package discounted ticket is against policy and can result in being removed from accessing the benefits of the Ski Package.

  • Allowing another person to use their ID to obtain a lift ticket is a theft of service and violates PSU policies in addition to NH state laws.
  • The privilege of accessing the ski package will be immediately revoked for misuse of an ID and will remain in force for the entire season pending the outcome of a PSU judicial process.
  • Seizure of a student’s ID is a consequence of misrepresenting one’s identity, and students who do not claim their ID will be responsible for obtaining a new ID at the $25 rate in order to continue their meal plan or flex cash service.


Ski Package Details

Cost per Ticket (Co-pay) $7.00
Beginner Packages
Learn-to-Ski $36.00
Learn-to-Snowboard $36.00
Learn-to-Cross Country NA
Rental Packages
Downhill Skiing $16.00
Snowboarding $16.00
Cross Country $10.00
Tubing $10/hr
Downhill Skiing
   Private NA
   Group $11.00
   Private NA
   Group $11.00
Ski Day services: Free to PSU ID holders, Free Group lessons, BBQ-$10, Free transportation to and from Waterville up to 100 students.
 Dates Available for Discount No restrictions or blackout days
Dates of Operation
Expected First Day November 22, 2014
Expected Last Day April 4, 2015
Hours of Operation
Weekends 8:00am – 4:00pm
Weekdays 9:00am – 4:00pm
Nights Tubing Park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Guest Passes ONE per day purchased by PSU ID holder – 50% off mid-week adult ticket, 25% off weekend/holiday adult ticket.
Transportation Bus season pass $30 includes unlimited use for the season. There are 2 pickups and 2 returns on weekends and 1 pickup and 1 return on weekdays from Plymouth to the mountain.
Tubing Available Friday – Sunday only
Additional Alternates: Waterville Valley hosts many events all season including College Day on January 30 with live music, food & beverage specials, promotions and give-a-ways.



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