Pace is excited that you will be joining our community for the Spring 2015 semester. After you've submitted your deposit, it is important that you register for orientation and prepare for any required placement testing. Orientation is a crucial part of the undergraduate admission process and will help you learn about Pace's services and programs, as well as provide you with an opportunity to meet your future classmates.
Orientation programs and placement testing procedures vary slightly by campus. To help us guide you through the process, please select your campus from below.
In addition to registering for orientation, please don't forget about the items on the checklist for admitted students!
Pace requires placement testing in writing and math for all new students. The possible exemption from placement testing for new students is based on the review of your math and English courses transferred from other universities and/or AP scores/courses. In some cases we also require placement testing in Modern Languages when a student is not transferring college credits for a language and is planning to resume study of a language studied in high school for at least two full years.
Details on placement testing for both first-year students and those students with transfer credit will be sent to you once we receive your tuition deposit. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please call:
New York City Campus
Center for Academic Excellence (212) 346-1386
Westchester (Pleasantville) Campus
Center for Academic Excellence (914) 773-3434