Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH

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Driving up you pass the quaint town of Plymouth within walking distance from campus, located on the Pemigewassett river with mountains as your backdrop.

– Public
– Undergraduate enrollment – 4,125
– Admit rate – 79%
– Financial Aid forms required – FAFSA
– Retention rate – 68%
– Mid 50% SAT/ACT range – Not reported
– Student to faculty ratio – 17:1
– “Integrated clusters” – 4 Tools: 1st year seminar, cluster projects/labs partnering with outside the College, themed gen ed courses, integrated capstone experience, 7 “Bubbles”/themes
– Living Learning communities associated with their cluster
– Hands on experience
– Girls and boys ice hockey team
– Have a football team
– Close proximity to the White Mountains
– Rattlesnake mountain 10 minutes away
– 96% live on campus
– Every major has a club or organization associated with it
– Free ski club
– Speciality majors: Meteorology, Adventure Education, Robotics and Electronics
– Students are encouraged to reach across disciplines
– Success coaches strictly working with 1st year students both socially and academically
– Global education service for those that want to study abroad
– 1st 2 years have to live on campus
– DIII – 24 teams, club sports and intramural teams
– Indoor track and athletics center
– Free rental equipment as in canoes and skis
– No SAT required, test optional except for nursing program
– Direct admit nursing program, 1080 minimum SAT
– Out of state direct billed costs – $34,652
– Merit scholarships range from $5k – $10k for out of state students
– Demonstrated interest considered
– 99% placement rate – Once graduated either employed in your field or in graduate school

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