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Virtual Resource Tour
Financial Aid

(Student Monetary Awareness and Responsibility Today)
Financial Wellness provided by the Financial Aid Team
One on one counseling about:
student Loans
personal finances
credit information

(Provided by American Student Assistance)
Helps students and families navigate financing school
successfully manage debt
build money skills for life
Online tools, tips and guidance, deals and discounts
Provides know-how that empowers you to be money smart

assists deciding students, whether or not they have a major, with the resources and personal attention needed to select the most appropriate major and to plot a course of action leading to graduation

Everybody who is undeclared is automatically part
of the Department of University Studies!

Located in the lower level of Mary Lyon hall

To view videos on a variety of topics including
how to register and how to declare a major
visit our YouTube channel:


to improve & support the holistic health and well being of the students at PSU, and in doing so, help them to achieve academic and personal success.
Guided meditations
to assist veterans and their dependents with any concerns regarding educational benefits and entitlements

email vets@plymouth.edu or
call (603) 535-2371
is an organization open to all full-time undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in taking responsibility for their fellow students and learning more about poverty and the life skills of service and philanthropy.
To keep students in school through short-term emergency assistance and long-term student support.

To create a culture of philanthropy in the campus community.
provide safe walk escorts to and from any location across campus when students may not feel safe walking alone

Safe Walk Call Lines:
Safe Walk Phone 1: 603.960.2266
Safe Walk Phone 2: 603.726.1358

Safe Walk is available Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 10pm until 2am.

Parking at PSU
Our primary goal is to provide support for the teaching and learning missions of Plymouth State University.

-How to access PSU grades
-Registering for Classes
-Enrollment Verifications
-Requesting Transcripts
-Declaring Majors, Minors, Options
-Veterans Certifications
-Residency Information
Call: 603.535.2929
The Help Desk is the place to bring all your questions about using technology on campus.

Need to edit some video for a class presentation?
Laptop running slowly?
Can’t remember what you changed your password to?
Email problems? 
Located at the Help desk in Lamson library
community mental health center serving Belknap and southern Grafton Counties

Collaborating with the Counseling & Human Relations Center to provide comprehensive mental health services that promote recovery from mental illness and emotional distress to children, adults, elders and their families. 
Call 536-1118 after hours for emergency assistance
is committed to assisting qualified students who are unable to meet their entire educational expenses from their own and their family’s resources.

File at fafsa.gov by March 1st for maximum eligibility
Information on loans, grants, and scholarships
Assistance with loan repayment options
provides jobs for undergraduates who have demonstrated financial need as determined from the results of the FAFSA

Qualify for work study?

www.plymouth.edu/finaid &
click on "Student Employment”
Work study positions include on & off campus
Pay rates are $7.25, $7.50 and $7.75
To listen, understand and offer support to you as you work towards
confronting and resolving your problems.  We believe that "no problem is too small.”  If it’s important to you, it’s important to us.

Appointments can be scheduled by stopping by the Counseling Center Office or calling (603) 535-2461
This is offered free of charge to all Plymouth State University undergraduate and graduate students.
Counseling(Groups, Individual)
Crisis Intervention
LADC Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Evaluations

Home of International Student Services

International and exchange student immigration advising
Academic support for non-native English speakers
International program information sessions
On-campus cultural and global programs
Language Circles
Conversation Partners
Global Ambassadors
Lounge and study space

Located in the garden level of Mary Lyon

Our staff of professional and student consultants are here to help you with your writing needs
cover letters
Located on the 3rd floor of the Speare Building
Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm 
Contact us at 603.535.2206

our role is to educate students, faculty and staff about the rights and responsibilities of our students according to the Student Rights and Code of Conduct. One aspect of our mission is “to uphold the behavioral standards of the University by adjudicating violations of the Student Rights and Code of Conduct in a fair and consistent manner, treating each student with dignity and respect.”

Student makes the choice to adhere to the policies and expectations when choosing to attend PSU.
A University’s judicial system is not a court of law.

For more information:

It is a place to come in, take a deep breath, and relax in our meditation room or check out a book on any spiritual subject in our library

Located at the back of
Samuel Read Hall Hall,
on Highland Street,
opposite Lamson Library

Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–4 p.m
And by appointment
(603) 535-2673
(603) 535-2327
Sunday Night Route:
6:00PM – 11:56PM 
PE Center
Town Hall
Lamson Library
Langdon Woods
Prospect Hall
Ice Arena

Saturday/Sunday Route:
1:00PM – 6:00PM
Ice Arena
PE Center
Town Hall
Lamson Library
Langdon Woods
Prospect Hall

PSU Shuttle Services

Monday-Friday Route:
7:10AM – 11:56PM
PE Center
Town Hall
Lamson Library
Langdon Woods
Prospect Hall
Ice Arena

collaborate with undergraduate students in becoming efficient, independent learners.  Our program components of academic counseling, peer tutoring, and services for students with disabilities are designed to engage students in developing effective learning strategies and skills to enable them to enjoy academic success and graduate from Plymouth State University

Subject area Tutoring
Learning skills development and studying tools
Services for students with disabilities
Our PSU campus Registered Dietitian is here to
help you with your nutritional needs.
If you are looking to improve your health, have special dietary needs, have any nutrition related questions, or would like to set up an appointment for a nutritional consultation, contact the Nutritionist at (603) 535-3186
here 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.
Monday-Thursday: 10am-5pm
Friday 10am-noon
Location: Room 351 of Hyde Hall
Contact Dr. Jack Barry if you have any questions

Global Education Office
Study Away Advising
National Student Exchange
International Student Exchange
Short-term trips
Career services
Resume assistance
Freshman Abroad Program
Sorrento Italy Program

NEW: Now located in the Center for Student Success in the Garden Level of Mary Lyon Hall
Food Pantry on Campus at PSU
Student Support Foundation

Located in the rear of the Bagley House.
Tuesdays and Fridays, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Campus Ministry is a service to the Plymouth State University community provided by the local churches. PSU has three campus ministries: Protestant (Inter-faith), Catholic, and Evangelical. They provide spiritual, social, and service activities to people from all walks of life and faith (or lack thereof).

Campus Ministers
Kathy Tardif-Catholic Campus Ministry
Eric Lovejoy-Chi Alpha Ministry(Evangelical)
Rev. Grace Pritchard Burson-United Campus Ministry(Protestant)
Kree Woolley-United Campus Ministry (interfaith)
Sexuality, Anti-Violence, Gender, Equality
Provides free and confidential service to undergraduate and graduate students who have experienced violence and/or discrimination. Promotes a supportive, equitable and safe environment for women and LGBTQ+ students
Have a Faith based group you want to start?
Then we have a quiet space for you to meet
recreation opportunities provide a positive outlet for students, faculty and staff to practice healthy lifestyle choices.
HUB facilities: courtroom/fitness room
Personal training
Group Exercise Classes
Sports clubs-Cycling,Cross Country,Dodgeball,Men's Rugby
Outing Club,Sailing,Snowboard,
Ultimate Frisbee,Women's Rugby
Intramural sports
“Cool cruiser” rentals
Other Important
Phone Numbers
Plymouth Police:
(603) 536-1626
Speare Memorial Hospital:
(603) 536-1120
In an emergency call 911
Genesis Behavioral Health:
(603) 536-1118
Voices against Violence:

PSU Health Services is dedicated to providing compassionate and professional care.  We are committed to promoting, maintaining and improving the health and wellbeing of the entire student.

offers a variety of programs for students to get involved. 

There are on-going opportunities as well as one-time service experiences
Blood drives, Food drives, Habitat for Humanity
Need to submit a work order?:
-Log into myplymouth
-Click Work Order link on the left tab
-Enter your email address
-complete detailed work order
-Password is: panthers
-Click submit

type in: go/physicalplant
primary goal is to maintain the University’s facilities and grounds to readily support the academic mission of the University.
What We Do:
Maintenance operations
Grounds operations
Waste and recycling
Building services operations
Campus Environment health and Safety
Energy tech services and Operations
Local Places of Worship In Plymouth
Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit
Family Worship Center of Plymouth
Holy Trinity Parish at
St Matthew Catholic Church
Plymouth Congregational
United Church of Christ
Plymouth United Methodist Church
Starr King Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship

Let’s Get Connected With PSU

We Have Answers!

Check Our Home Page at:
“Quick Links” at the bottom of the page
Department and Services Menu
Select Student Account Services

Call (603) 535-2215
or email us at
Family Access to your Bill?
Major Bill Due Dates?
Bill Payment Options?
Your Online Bill?
Payment Plans?
committed to providing you, our students, with the most timely and accurate billing information possible in a professional and courteous manner.

Do You have Questions About:
assists in creating and maintaining a safe, comfortable environment for the campus community and surrounding areas
Call 603-535-3026
Financial Aid
Center for Global Engagement:
Community and Volunteer Service
Counseling and Human Relations Center
Center for Student Success:
Department of University Studies, Career Services, Undergraduate Advising, and Global Education Office
Federal Work Study
Genesis Behavioral Health
Health Services
Information Technology Services
The Help Desk staff is available to assist you 7 days a week and it’s free!
Math Activity Center
Office of the Registrar
On Campus Registered Dietician
Writing Center
Located on the lower level of Lamson Library
The Wellness Center
Located next to the fitness room in the hub!
Call (603) 535-2853 for an appt today!
Monday – Thursday   9 a.m. – 5 p.m. or Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Veteran’s Service Center
University Police
Student Support Foundation
Student Conduct and Community Standards
Student Account Services
The S.A.G.E Center
Safe Walk
Reflection and Spiritual Care Center
Recreation Programs
Plymouth Academic Support Services(PASS)
Located in the Lamson Learning Commons, Room 003
Physical Plant
Campus Ministry
Samuel Read Hall
Highland Street
Lamson Library
Center for Young Children and Families
Pemigewasset Hall
Pemigewasset Hall
Parking Residential South
Parking Residential South
Parking Residential South
Belknap Hall
Lamson Library
Highland Street
Langdon Street
Langdon Street
Lamson Library
Information Technology
PASS Office
Lamson Library
Admissions Office
Boyd Hall
Museum of the
White Mountains
Norton R.
Bagley House
Blair Hall
Bagley House
Highland Hall
Holmes House
Blair Hall
Mary Lyon
Office of Residential Life
Undergraduate Advising
Global Education Office
Ellen Reed House
Ellen Reed House
Holmes House
Rounds Hall
Frost House
President Sara Jayne Steen's House
Hartman Union Building
Rounds Hall
Hartman Union Building
President Steen's House
Hartman Union Building
Hartman Union Building
Speare Building
Silver Centre
Wellness Center
Recreation Programs
Community Service
Mail Center
Fitness Center
Student Activities Office
Belknap Hall
Pemigewasset Hall
Belknap Hall
Highland Street
Langdon Street
Bagley House
Student Support
Speare Building
Office of the Registrar
Financial Aid
Student Account Services
Dean of Students Office
Veterans Services
Silver Center for the Arts
Main Street
University Police
Geneva Smith Hall
Math Center
Geneva Smith Hall
Geneva Smith Hall
Hyde Hall
Prospect Dining Hall
Prospect Dining Hall
High Street
Grafton Hall
Draper and Maynard Building
Draper & Maynard
Route 3 North
Langdon Street
Human Resources
Hyde Hall
Merrill Street
S.A.G.E. Center
Health Services
Hyde Hall
Health and Human Relations Center
BFA Art Studio
Hyde Hall
Counseling and Human Relations Center
Hyde Hall
Merrill Street
Centre Lodge
S.A.G.E Center
Health Services
Merrill Street
Nursing Building
Mary Taylor House
S.A.G.E Center and Health Services
Mary Taylor
Centre Lodge
Merrill Street
Non-Traditional Student Apartments
Centre Lodge
Student Apartment Complex
Outdoor Center
Tobey Road
Langdon Woods
Physical Education Center
Welcome Center and Ice Arena
Facilities Services Building
To schedule an appointment, email Jane Weber, jlweber@plymouth.edu.
Call 603.535.2831
Writing Center
Voices Against Violence
All services are Free & Confidential

provide information and support to victims and survivors, their family and friends, community members, and professionals around domestic violence, children who witness domestic violence, sexual violence and harassment, stalking, and bullying

Information and support
24 hour hotline-536-1659
Sexual assault support
Court advocacy
Police accompaniment
Support groups
Education and Advocacy
Emergency shelter

Voices Against Violence
536-5999 for walk in services
85 Main St Suite 4 Plymouth
Office Hours
Monday – Thursday, 8:00am – 9:00pm
Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm

Building Reference/Research Desk
MONDAY–THURSDAY: 7:30 AM – Midnight: 9 AM – 9 PM
FRIDAY: 7:30 AM – 6 PM: 9 AM – 5 PM
SATURDAY: 8:30 AM – 5 PM: 1 PM – 5 PM
SUNDAY: 11:00 AM – Midnight: 5 PM – 9 PM
Contact: bagley@plymouth.edu
Hours- 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Created by a group of concerned Plymouth State University students to assist those in need.
Genesis Behaviorial Health on Tenney Mountain Highway
Office Hours

Monday – Friday
(8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
Emergency Numbers:
Emergencies: 911
All other business: (603) 535-2330
PSU Alert Line:
(603) 535-3535
Plymouth Fire Department...

And Other Important Numbers
Mail Center
Address to send mail:
Student Name
Plymouth State University
19 Highland Ave., Suite # (can be found on myplymouth)
Plymouth NH 03264
Hours of Operation:
Fall & Spring Semesters
Monday 8:30AM – 5:30PM
Tues – Fri 8:30AM- 4:00PM
Lynn Cuda – Supervisor
Phone: (603) 535-2223
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 12 midnight
Saturday/Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 12 midnight
Hartman Union Building
Administrative Office 535.2376
University Bookstore 535.2795
University Mail Center 535.2266
Community Service Center 535.2223
New Student Orientation 535.2376
Fitness Room 535.2956
Information Booth 535.2623
Student Activities Office 535.2639
Panther Print Shop/ID Center 535.2273
Recreation Programs Office 535.2959
PSU Outdoor Center 535.2622
Reservations (Non-Academic Only) 535.2376
Wellness Center 535.2853
Hours of Operation:
Mon.,Tues.: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wed.: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thurs.,Fri.: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m
Call 603-535-2338
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Wed, Fri: 8am-4:30pm
Thurs: 10am-4:30pm
Contact us at:
(603) 535-2847 for transcript information
(603) 535-2345 voice
(603) 535-2724 fax
How To Find Us
Student Account Services is located in the Speare Administrative Building, Room 108.
Our lobby hours are:
Monday through Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Prospect Dining Hall
Academic Year Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Friday: 7:30-9:50 a.m.
Lunch: Monday-Friday: 11:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Dinner: Monday-Thursday: 4:45-6:50 p.m.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday, Sunday:10:00 a.m.-1:20 p.m.
Weekend Dinner: Friday – Sunday: 4:45-6:50 p.m.
Other places to eat:
Union Grille
Sidewalk Cafe
Commons Cafe
The Woods Cafe
On the Go
Concensions in the Ice Arena
Please go to the following website psu.thepermitstore.com to purchase your parking permit. If you have any questions you can contact the Police Department at 535-2330 during the hours of 8am and 3pm.
Student Qualifiers

open to all PSU students for free!
located on 16 Merrill St. behind Hyde Hall
Call 535-2350
We are open to all Plymouth State University students:
Monday - 8 am to 4:30 pm
Tuesday- 8 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday- 8am to 4:30pm
Thursday- 8am to 5:00pm
Friday 8 am to 3:00 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Pharmacy Numbers:
Hannaford Pharmacy, (603) 536-3233
Oliver Drug Pharmacy, (603) 536-1086
Rite Aid Pharmacy, (603) 536-4377
Walmart Pharmacy, (603) 536-5350
CVS, (603) 536-4079
S.A.G.E Center Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
By Appointment
Call (603) 535-2387
Coordinator Kyle O'Neil
Come visit us!
16 Merrill Street (on the corner of Merrill and Langdon)
Hogan House, Rm 206, 2nd floor (above Health Services)
Office of Residential Life
Contact Us
Residential Life is located in the lower level of Mary Lyon Hall.
Enter through north entrance (by the HUB).

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.
Phone: (603)535-2260
Fax: (603)535-2726

Housing Questions
General housing questions or those relating specifically to the residence hall areas can be emailed to:

Mealplan Questions
Questions relating to mealplans should be directed to:

Please email the question from your PSU email account and include your student ID number.
Outdoor Center
Contact Us:
Phone: (603) 535-2622
FAX: (603) 535-2795
E-Mail: psu- outdoor-center@plymouth.edu
-Fall/Spring Semesters: Monday – Friday 12 p.m.-4 p.m.
-Prearranged appointments

The PSU Outdoor Center is an experiential education-based program that serves as a catalyst for personal and professional growth. In addition to offering an equipment use program with skis, snowshoes, paddling, and camping gear, the Outdoor Center sponsors trips, clinics, and trainings run under a cooperative adventure model using human powered outdoor activities to connect students with their surrounding outdoor environment.
Contact us:
For Maintenance Emergencies Only – Monday Through Friday between 6:30 A.M. and 4:00 PM call Ext. 2254 Students should notify their RD or Apartment Manager.
Belknap- # 2 on campus map
Belknap sits in the upper most corner of campus.
A favorite spot for some skate/long boarders as it is an easy ride to classes. Belknap features a large recreation area with pool table, ping pong table and large screen TV. Belknap also has an intimate study area, community kitchen and laundry room. Belknap is named after our neighboring county to the east. It was built in 1969 and became the first residence hall on campus to change to coed living in 1974.
•210 residents approximately, coed by door
•Located close to Lamson Library, Boyd Science Center and student parking
•Large recreation area with pool table, ping pong table and large screen TV
•Community kitchen and laundry area
•Convenient bike storage room available
•Five floors with one elevator

Belknap Hall
Pemigewasset Hall
Pemigewasset- “Pemi”- #3 on campus map
Pemi was built in 1965 and is named after the river and valley surrounding the town of Plymouth, as well as the “grand hotel” that once resided on that very same spot early in the town’s history. The building offers gorgeous views of the mountains. Pemi is also home to – The Q.
•220 residents approximately, coed by door
•Located close to Lamson Library, Boyd Science Center and student parking
•Large recreation room with pool table, ping pong tables, foosball, and large screen TV
•Community kitchen and laundry rooms (2nd and 4th floors)
•Home to The Q, a gender neutral LGBTQA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer and allies) themed environment
•Ski and snowboard tuning room
•Four floors with one elevator
Fun Facts/Interesting Info-
- Was the tallest building in Plymouth when first built.

Blair- # 11 on campus map
Blair was built in the late 1950s and named after Henry William Blair, a congressman and senator from New Hampshire who was instrumental in locating the Normal School to Plymouth. Blair is a frequently requested hall by students of the arts as it houses two sound-proof music practice rooms. Blair boasts a community kitchen and gathering room on almost every floor as well as newly renovated bathrooms and lobby.
•205 residents approximately, coed by door
•Located close to the center of campus
•Includes two music practice rooms
•Four floors with no elevator
•Laundry room and Bike room
•Recreation area with pool table ping pong table and large screen TV
Fun Facts/Interesting Info-
-Has a tunnel leading to the ML basement, now the home of the ELS Center
-Rumored to be haunted by a male spirit (no other info)
-Only building to have kitchens and study lounges on every floor (but the main floor)
-Renovated in 2011 - new bathrooms and hardwood floors in the basement
-Renovated once again in 2012 - brand new lobby and heating systems in all rooms and common areas. Each room comes with its own thermostat which allows students to heat their room between 67 and 71 degrees

Blair Hall
Mary Lyon- Global Community- #12 on campus map
Mary Lyon is the oldest residence hall on campus. Built in 1916 and completely renovated in 2007 it is now listed on the New Hampshire State Registry of Historic Places. Mary Lyon is home to many exchange students, the Center for Global Engagement and English Language Services. Centrally located on campus, it is a short walk to classes and downtown. Residents of this Global community are united by an interest in the world at large.
•240 residents approximately, co-ed by wing and door
•Located close to the center of campus
•Programming may include: international dinners, am coffee and global current events,
•Home to many international students
•First floor has a community kitchen, working fire place, piano, pool table, ping pong table, and community kitchen.
•Study lounges on each floor
•Laundry area
•Three floors with one elevator
Fun Facts/Interesting Info-
- ML was named after a female educator who founded Mt Holyoke College. ML had a basketball court and two bowling lanes at one time. Rumored to be haunted
Mary Lyon Hall
Grafton- Wellness Community- #25 on campus map
Grafton was named after Plymouth’s own county. With 7 stories, Grafton affords beautiful views of the campus and mountains. The focus of this hall is on the overall wellbeing of students as evidenced by the various therapies and programs provided throughout the year. Grafton provides residents with a relaxed and quiet atmosphere which supports healthy study and sleep habits.
•250 residents approximately, coed by floor
•Grafton will work closely with the Wellness Center & the Outdoor Center
•Programming may include- Zumba, Reiki, Yoga, Weekly Walks, Monthly Hikes, Meditation, Nutrition & Relaxation Activities/Sessions
•Therapies may include- massage, aroma, acupressure and stress management
•Large recreation room with pool table, ping pong table, large screen TV and community Kitchen
•Laundry room
•Close to Prospect Dining Hall and a short walk to the PE center
•Quiet hours from 10pm to 10am 7 days a week
Fun Facts/Interesting Info-
Tallest building(s) in NH north of Concord

Grafton Hall
Geneva Smith- Service Community- #23 on campus map
Geneva Smith Hall is the namesake of Geneva M. Smith, a math professor who gave over 40 years of service to the University. The residence hall provides students with opportunities to serve their campus community and beyond, and supports activities that revolve around social justice, community service and civic engagement. With 7 stories, Geneva Smith affords residents with beautiful views of the surrounding campus.
•250 residents approximately, coed by door
•Geneva Smith will work closely with the Community Service Office
•Programming may include: community councils, service contests, town meeting, Service Saturdays, volunteer opportunities and/or work study positions
•Located close to Hyde Hall, D&M Hall, and Prospect Dining Hall
•Convenient bike storage room available
•Large recreation room with pool table, ping pong table, shuffleboard, large screen TV and community kitchen
•Seven floors with one elevator
•24 hour quiet study lounge
Fun Facts/Interesting Info-
- referred to as “Smith”.

Geneva Smith Hall
Langdon Woods – #39 on campus map
Our newest and most modern residence hall, Langdon Woods is the first 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.
•350 upper class residents approximately
•Located on the north side of campus
•Includes a Café and fitness room
•Offers single, double, and suite style rooms with private bathrooms
•Six floors with two elevators

Langdon Woods
University Apartments- # 37 on campus map
The University Apartments are comprised of the White Mountain Apartment Complex (WMAC) and the Non-Traditional Student Apartments (NTSA).

White Mountain Apartment Complex:
•460 upper class residents
•136 fully furnished apartments
•2-person and 4-person apartments with shared bedroom: a limited number of 2- person apartments offer private bedrooms
•Outdoor Center located in Apt. #31

Non-Traditional Student Apartments:
•Intended for students who are interested in an extended quiet apartment area; generally for students 21 and older and/or graduate students.
•30 units with 20 2-person (private bedroom) and 10 1-person apartments

Centre Lodge:
•Computer cluster with printer, copying, study area, vending
•Apartment administrative offices

Fun Facts/Interesting Info-The University Apartment community hosts programs and events regularly in the Centre Lodge- including monthly community dinners.

University Apartments: WMAC, NT, and Centre Lodge
Apartment Residence Director: Domenica Medaglia-Brown
Email: damedaglia01@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.254.6173
Langdon Woods Residence Director: Sara Grady
Email: senoyes@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.3297
Grafton Hall Residence Director: Marissa Lischinsky
Email: mph33@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2924
Geneva Smith Hall Residence Director: Helen Gillies
Email: hmgillies@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2354
Mary Lyon Hall Residence Director: Bob Feeny
Email: rwfeeny@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2557
Blair Hall Residence Director: Noelle Ferris
Email: naferris@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2575
"Pemi" Hall Residence Director: Erica Burke
Email: emc68@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2567
Belknap Hall Residence Director: Bob Feeny
Email: rwfeeny@plymouth.edu Phone: 603.535.2283
Due to restructuring, this information is not entirely accurate. Ask your RD for updated information.
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