PSU Human Resources has moved! We are now located inside Highland Hall (20 Highland Street). Please use the Front Entrance to Highland Hall (facing Highland Street) in order to access our office. If you require further assistance in finding our new location, please give us a call at (603) 535 2250.
The 2021 Fitness Reimbursement Program has expanded to include online fitness class subscriptions and home exercise equipment. That means you can now use your $300 (total amount for the 2021 calendar year) to reimburse yourself for gym memberships; health club, studio, or fitness programs; online fitness class subscriptions; and eligible home exercise equipment!
While vaccinations are starting to be delivered to certain populations, the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be a developing situation. The following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) will help you understand how the financial protection USNH provides through your benefits program—and benefits-related laws recently passed by the Federal government—will help support you and your family during this difficult time. Other valuable information and resources related to COVID-19 are also included.
Plymouth State University normally remains open during inclement weather. The University makes every effort to avoid an official closing because most students live within minutes of the campus.
In most weather situations, the University will remain open, and employees are expected to work on campus to provide services to our students. Employees should make reasonable decisions when considering travel or family needs, and supervisors should respect these decisions. Staff members must notify their supervisor if they are unable to report to work at a specified time or if they need to leave work early. In these instances, staff members who have their supervisor’s express approval may work remotely. Those staff members designated as being necessary for continued operations are required to receive supervisory approval for absences and use personal time.