Plymouth, NH
Plymouth State University


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Recent Reviews

Ashley
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Plymouth State University is a safe and welcoming community for everyone. No one here feels left out or secluded and their ar...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Plymouth State University is a safe and welcoming community for everyone. No one here feels left out or secluded and their are opportunities and chances for everyone to have a wonderful time. You are almost guaranteed to make friends and have an amazing experience. The people here are wonderful and enthusiastic. There’s no place like Plym.

Michaela
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Having transferred to Plymouth State University from a much larger public ivy-league, I have something to compare my educatio...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Having transferred to Plymouth State University from a much larger public ivy-league, I have something to compare my educational experiences to. At PSU, I truly feel that my voice is heard and my opinion matters. We're a small school in central New Hampshire, but we have a lot to offer. Plymouth is a great little college town with access to a downtown, bars, local restaurants, and shops. PSU is an awesome school to attend if you're interested in all things outdoors due to our close proximity to the White Mountain region. For those who prefer a city, being two hours away from Boston, Montreal, Portland, and Burlington, we're situated at a great location for you. I've found that no matter your interests, you'll find your place amongst students at Plymouth State.

Brooklyn
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Plymouth State university is by no means a perfect campus, though there are many good aspects to attending. If live high up i...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Plymouth State university is by no means a perfect campus, though there are many good aspects to attending. If live high up in one of the residential dorms you will have an amazing view of the mountains and some windmills. I like that we encourage sustainability and respect for our environment. The drive for social change and political reform is immense at Plymouth State, activist students always encourage voting during the elections. A major complaint you will hear from a lot of students is that the quality of the cafeteria food is terrible. It is true, we receive the same recipes on a loop, and during non meal hours there is only pasta, pizza, salad, or sandwiches. I refrain from eating the meats at school because in good light you can tell the meat in undercooked, often it is pink on the sides. During our holiday meals last year the birds that got served had pink in them, it was so embarrassing because we had guests. However, other than the food, mostly everything else about this college is great. The dorms are quiet, the teachers are amazing, and students are chill and very smart.

Lindsey
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Plymouth State has been exactly what I had hoped it would be. I was searching for a community within another local community ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Plymouth State has been exactly what I had hoped it would be. I was searching for a community within another local community and I certainly found that. The staff and the students are extremely friendly and there is plenty to do both on campus and off-campus in the surrounding areas indoors and outdoors.

stephanie
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I love Plymouth State university it is the perfect school for me! everyone is so nice and welcoming I can't wait to become a...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love Plymouth State university it is the perfect school for me! everyone is so nice and welcoming I can't wait to become a grad student here! My freshman year I was little nervous that I would be going to a small school but I found out that the size of the school doesn't matter. They have so many clubs and sports teams to help you male new friends and make you feel like you are at home!

Jocelyn
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Plymouth State University is a school that offers many opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities and the ou...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Plymouth State University is a school that offers many opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities and the outdoors. There are many positive aspects to the school yet there could be improvements in student privacy and housing options.

Keegan
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Over all, I enjoy Plymouth State University a lot. The people around the campus are nice and everyone seems to really love th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Over all, I enjoy Plymouth State University a lot. The people around the campus are nice and everyone seems to really love the school. After talking to some students, you can tell that they care about different things. Some care about drama while others are into sports. The campus is great! There are lots of little shops downtown that are easy to walk to and it is not to far away from some cities.

Rebecka
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I love Plymouth! The faculty and staff are so welcoming, even if you are not a currently enrolled student. they reach out t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love Plymouth! The faculty and staff are so welcoming, even if you are not a currently enrolled student. they reach out to you if you have a question and answers them in a timely manner. There are so many different types of activities to be a part of and there seems to be something for everyone.

Lydia
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I absolutely love it here! There's a lot of accepting people and I feel like I can be myself. The only big shortcoming is the...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I absolutely love it here! There's a lot of accepting people and I feel like I can be myself. The only big shortcoming is the cafeteria food. The options for someone who has a lot of food intolerances is basically non-existent unless you want to eat processed food all the time. However, I don't think a school should be judged based on how good the food is. The education so far here is phenomenal.

Imanee
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I really enjoy going to plymouth the people are nice and the teachers are awesome and easy going, but there are some class th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I really enjoy going to plymouth the people are nice and the teachers are awesome and easy going, but there are some class that i think should be required and that the workload and class load should be the same for every student. It should be have 5 class across the board not if your a music student you have your regular 5 class plus an extra 5 for lessons and choral lab and ensembles. I don’t think it's fair because if i had that many classes i would stressing out all the time and the amount prep i would to for each and i don't know how my friends exactly balance school work with personal and mental health but i don't think is fair to put a whole group of people under that kind of stress. Also what i mean by certain things should not be require is if i’m try to become a technical director then why do i have to take acting the just doesn't make sense to me because i'm never going to using the acting skills that i learned from a class that i'm paying because i want to become a technical director. Another that i don’t think should be required is first year seminar because they are useless, they give us a problem that they i know is unsolvable and make teacher teach a class that kinda doesn't pertain to their degree and have them teach it. Also what does not help is giving the teacher's directions on how to teach the class while their supposed to be teaching it this semester.

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  • Enrollment
  • 4,124
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $13,472
  • Acceptance rate
  • 79%

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