Areas to Support


In the fall of 2010, Plymouth State University opened–almost literally–a new door to the world. At the eastern edge of campus across from the field house and playing fields, the first phase of the ALLWell Center, a brand-new welcome center and ice arena, greeted returning students and visitors coming into Plymouth. Read more>>

Annual Fund

Each year, alumni and friends make critical annual contributions to Plymouth State’s Annual Fund. Annual gifts are of central importance to the University’s mission, as they support core programs and initiatives, such as financial aid, academic programs, athletics, faculty and staff development, library resources, and more. Read more>>

Annual Scholarships

Annual scholarships are an opportunity for you to give a gift each year that provides critical financial resources for Plymouth State students. Annually funded scholarships have an immediate impact, as they are disbursed to the student recipient in the fiscal year they are received. Read more>> 

Endowed Gifts

Endowments are critical to the mission of Plymouth State. Through endowed chairs, professorships, and scholarships you are able to make a permanent gift that benefits a program of your choice. Read more>>

Museum of the White Mountains

The Museum of the White Mountains will preserve and promote the unique history, culture, and environmental legacy of the region; as well as provide unique collections-based, archival, and digital learning resources serving researchers, students, and the public. Read more>> 

Planned Gifts/Heritage Society

The most important aspects of planning your financial future are your needs, and the needs of the people you care about. You can meet those needs while building an enduring legacy for Plymouth State. The Heritage Society honors alumni and friends who have made provisions for Plymouth State in their financial and estate plans. Read more>>

Reunion and Class Giving

Your reunion. It’s a time to reminisce about your experience at Plymouth State. To reconnect with classmates, roommates, faculty, and friends. To reflect on how far you’ve come since you walked across the stage and received your degree. Read more>>