What’s the average class size at Pace?
What’s the student to faculty ratio at Pace?
Are the Pace campuses safe?
Pace University has a highly professional security staff on duty and visible 24 hours a day/7 days a week on both our New York City and Westchester campuses. All students, faculty, staff, and alumni must show identification to enter the premises, and all visitors must register at the security stations before entering. The New York City campus is also located next to City Hall and 1 Police Plaza. However, Pace University is located in a major metropolitan area, so community members are expected to follow safety guidelines and use discretion and common sense.
May I take classes at the New York City and the Pleasantville campus?
Yes, a student may take classes on each of the campuses if he or she chooses to do so, but it is never necessary. There is a free shuttle that operates between the New York City and Pleasantville campus. Scheduling should be considered carefully because of the 30 mile distance between the two campuses. We do not recommend taking classes on each campus on the same day, but many students will choose a day during the week to travel to the other campus.
If I apply to one campus, may I attend the other instead?
Yes. Once admitted to the university, you are admitted to all campuses. However, students should verify that their selected major is offered on the other campus. Most majors are offered on both campuses, but there are certain majors that are offered on only one of the campuses.
How many freshmen get financial aid?
91% of first-year students (Fall 2015) received financial aid and the average award was $21,406. To get an estimate of your financial aid and your net price to attend Pace, we recommend that you use our Net Price Calculator available online at www.pace.edu/calculator.
What degrees are offered at Pace?
Pace offers over 100 majors, minors, and 5-year combined bachelor’s + graduate degree programs. You can get a full list of our programs at www.pace.edu – just click on the Academics at Pace link at the top.
Is Pace University accredited?
Yes. Pace University is chartered by the Regents of the State of New York and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Each of the schools and colleges are accredited by the appropriate accrediting association.
Does Pace have a Pre-Med major?
Students often confuse a Pre-Med major with a Pre-Med track, which is the standard course of study. Pace offers a Pre-Med track preparing students for admission to medical school or to our highly competitive Physician Assistant program.
Does Pace have a Pre-Law major?
Students often confuse a Pre-Law major with a Pre-Law track, which is the standard course of study. Pace offers a Pre-Law track preparing students for law school admission. We also have a joint degree program with Pace Law School in White Plains, NY where students can complete a Bachelor’s and Law degree in 6 years – one year less than if you completed each separately.
How long will it take to graduate?
Except for very few programs such as combined degree majors, students can graduate within four years as long as the student remains registered full time, in good academic standing and works with his or her adviser.
What is Pace known for?
Its roots are in Accounting, and many know Pace for its historically strong business and entrepreneurial spirit, but Pace has grown into a comprehensive university over its 100 year history offering quality programs in computer science, nursing, education, the arts and sciences as well as business. Nowadays, Pace is best known as a university in New York that offers superior professional education preparing students for the work force.
What are the most popular majors?
Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Nursing, Computer Science, Childhood Education, Psychology, and Communications.
What is the Pace Path?
The Pace Path is an innovative program exclusive to Pace that combines academic, professional, and personal preparation designed to make each student market-ready to start a career upon graduation. It starts freshman year when all students will develop a written academic and professional development plan with their advisor. This plan is flexible and can evolve as the student continues through his or her years at Pace. There are opportunities for one-on-one mentoring and coaching by faculty and Pace alumni. Also Pace’s robust Career Services center is focused on placing you in internships and that first professional position.
Is the student body diverse?
The New York metropolitan area’s own neighborhood contributes over 50 percent of our student body. Last year, students came from 48 U.S. states, 5 U.S. territories, and 129 countries.
Does Pace University offer scholarships?
Yes, Pace offers all students an extensive financial aid program. Our financial aid packages include a combination of scholarships, grants, and work-study funds. School-based scholarships are also available.
How does Pace meet the needs of disabled students?
Pace University takes seriously its obligations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. A student with a disability who believes that he or she will need an auxiliary aid or other accommodations must notify the Counseling Center prior to the beginning of classes.