Plymouth State is the first university in the nation to completely rewrite its organizational structure to fit a cluster model. The Cluster Archive organizes, makes accessible, and preserves resources documenting Plymouth State’s transition to this new organizational framework, and showcases our students' work in cluster projects. Read our policies.

The Cluster Archive is managed by the Cluster Archive Steering Committee, comprised of Rebecca Enman, Museum of the White Mountains Archivist and Registrar; Kayla Gaudette, Director of Operations-Health & Human Performance; Annette Holba, Professor of Rhetoric; Matt Kizer, Professor of Theatre, Theatre Design and Technology; Melissa McClinton, Video Production specialist; Alice Pearman, Digital Projects Librarian; Alice Staples, Archives and Special Collections Librarian; Christin Wixson, Scholarly Communication Librarian. You may reach any of us at


Browse the Cluster Archive Collections:

Why Clusters?

How to Implement Clusters

Cluster Projects