Langdon Woods

Community Director: Shaylah Kelly
Office Phone: 603-535-3297

Staff: In addition to the Community Director (a live-in professional staff member), the area is staffed by 7 Community Advisors, an Administrative Community Advisor, and a number of student Desk Attendants.

Office Hours: The Langdon Woods Main Office has office hours posted outside of the door during the academic year. Desk Attendants and Community Advisors staff the desk during the designated office hours. The Langdon Woods Community Director’s Office is located within the Langdon Woods Main Office. In addition, Community Directors may be available many other times of the day or night by appointment. Community Advisors are also available every night during regular duty hours.

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  • 375+/- Students- coed by door
  • Located on the north side of campus
  • Six floors with two elevators
  • Offers single, double, and triple with private bathrooms and suite style rooms – 4 singles with private bathroom and common room
  • Air conditioned rooms
  • Includes a café, fitness room, kitchen, laundry room with “Wash Alert” & bike storage.
  • Staff and student run programming
  • First hall in New Hampshire to receive LEED Certification at the Gold Level.
  • Convenient parking
Extended Quiet/Nursing Wing at Langdon Woods

The Extended Quiet Wing, located on the 5th floor of Langdon Woods, consists of doubles and triples. Quiet hours in this area are from 9 PM to 9 AM. This area is a perfect choice for those seeking a quieter atmosphere for their academic pursuits. Rooms are offered to students on a first-come, first-served basis.

Nursing students assigned to this wing will experience a living and learning community that will inspire them to excel in their studies, clinical experiences, and will assist in the formation of supportive relationships with peers in the same program. They’ll learn from each other, motivate each other, and discover new ways of looking at the field of nursing and the world. This is especially appealing to nursing students. This special opportunity reflects Plymouth State’s move to integrated clusters, an academic model that emphasizes creativity, innovation, and collaboration in solving real-world issues.

Learn more about this exciting option here.

LEED Certified

Langdon Woods is the first Residence Hall in New Hampshire to receive LEED Certification at the Gold Level. LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a voluntary, national standard for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings. LEED emphasizes state of the art strategies for sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.*
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