The Frost House is home to a variety of services that support students. These include the C.A.R.E. program, student rights and responsibilities related to student conduct, information for parents and families, and references/verifications.
The Dean of Students responds to the informational and personal concerns of students and oversees the protection of student rights. The office plays a major role in promoting and upholding the shared values and ideals of the Plymouth State University community. Email Jeff Furlone, dean of students.
To learn more about student rights and the student code of conduct, click here.
The Plymouth State University C.A.R.E. program provides holistic intervention and resource referral to connect students to appropriate campus and local resources supporting their success at PSU.
Through the use of a reporting tool, the C.A.R.E. form, faculty, staff, students, and family members are able to alert the Dean of Students office when a student may be in need or when they may have experienced an emergency or significant incident impacting their ability to succeed- temporarily or long term- in the campus environment.
Plymouth State University is committed to maintaining an environment free of all forms of sex-based discrimination including sexual harassment and sexual violence.
The full Academic Integrity Policy can be found in this PDF.
The counselors and support staff of the Plymouth State University Counseling Center offer a warmest welcome. They know that at times life can be difficult, if not overwhelming. It’s during those hard times that you may be in need of support.
That’s why the Counseling Center is on campus—to listen, understand and offer support to you as you work towards confronting and resolving your challenges and problems. The Counseling Center believes that none of your problems are “too small.” If they’re important to you, they’re important to our counselors.
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Prior to leaving, students should inform the academic student advocate of their intention to withdraw from the University; a withdrawal survey and a PSU withdrawal form should be completed. A completed withdrawal form should be returned to the academic student advocate, located in Frost House. To access the survey and form please click on the PSU withdrawal form above.
Withdrawing from the University prior to the beginning of the final examination period, when all University obligations have been met, means that students’ academic records are not adversely affected by the semester in which they withdraw. A notation of W will be recorded on students’ transcripts. If students withdraw after the beginning of the final examination period, without taking final examinations, failing grades will be recorded on students’ transcripts for the semester in which they withdrew.