Provides information about team sports at PSU.
Receives and responds to concerns related to students and staff, coordinates interventions, and makes recommendations for further action.
Committed to helping students with disabilities maximize their potential while helping them to develop and maintain independence through self-determination and self-advocacy.
Encourages students, faculty, and staff to think about faith and spirituality in personal, academic, and social ways.
Assists students in career exploration and career counseling
The Center for Student Success houses the following student support services: PASS office, Disability Services Office, Academic Advising, Career Services, Center for Business and Community Partnerships, Global Engagement Office, and Residential Life.
Responds to the informational and personal concerns of students and oversees the protection of student rights.
Assists qualified students who are unable to meet their entire educational expenses from their own and their family’s resources.
Assists students in providing the following services: International Student Services, Study Away Advising, National Student Exchange, International Student Exchange, and Short-term trips.
Provides compassionate and professional care, committed to promoting, maintaining & improving the health and wellbeing of the entire student.
“For students who want some help with their math classes or just need a quiet place to complete their homework. The mission of the MAC is to help you become a more successful student of mathematics.”
The Office of the Registrar is committed to the delivery of high quality service to all past, present and future constituents while providing timely information. Their primary goal is to provide support for the teaching and learning missions of Plymouth State University. The yearly academic calendar can also be found on the website of this office.
(603) 535-2847 for transcript information
(603) 535-2345 voice
Provides academic counseling, peer tutoring, and services for students with disabilities that are designed to engage students in developing effective learning strategies and skills.
Provides group exercises, intramural sports, and sports clubs to PSU students.
Provides a safe and enriching environment where students live, learn and grow.
Provides safe walk escorts to and from any location across campus when students may not feel safe walking alone (Thurs., Fri., and Sat. each semester).
The Student Activities Office (SAO) serves as a resource for Student Clubs and Organizations, oversees the student-run weekend programming organization Plymouth’s Awesome Weekends (PAW), promotes the LEADS program, and provides exciting events for the campus community.
The Student Accounts Office provides students, parents, faculty and staff with the highest level of customer service by assisting in a professional and courteous manner. They are committed to providing you, our students, with the most timely and accurate billing information possible and hope the information on our Web site will assist you in meeting your financial responsibilities at Plymouth State University.
(603) 535-2215 or toll-free 1-877-846-5755
A student led organization with the mission of keeping students in school through short term emergency assistance and long term student support. The Student Support Foundation operates the campus food pantry and creates a culture of philanthropy on our campus.
Provides 1st year success coaching, undeclared advising, and academic advising.
Assists students with academic concerns or needs.
Works to create and maintain a safe, campus environment.
Emergencies: 911 (Ask for University Police)
All other business: (603) 535-2330
Assists veterans and their dependents with any concerns regarding educational benefits and entitlements.
Provides professional and student consultants to help you with your writing needs,” such as help with papers, resumés, cover letters, presentations, speeches, and scripts.