Winter Housing Information will be available Mid November for January 2015.
December 22, 2013 - January 2, 2014
The Pleasantville - Briarcliff campus will close on December 22nd at noon and will reopen at noon on January 2nd. During the time between December 22 and January 2, the Office of Residential Life has an agreement with the New York City Residential Life Office to house students. To sign - up for housing between December 22st and January 2nd, click here.
The charge for Winter Housing in New York City is $1000.00. Residents will be assigned to a room at 55 John Street, where they will move in on December 22nd or December 23rd and move back to the Pleasantville-Briarcliff campus during the week of January 17th.
January 2, 2014 - January 24th, 2014
The Pleasantville campus will offer limited housing during this time to students with prior approval from the Office of Residential Life. Our limited Winter Housing will be located in North Hall for undergraduate students. Housing assignments are limited to this hall only for January 2nd – January 24th (even if you reside in a different hall during the semester). If you are granted a Winter Housing assignment, your check - in day is January 2nd at noon.
To be eligible, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Must currently be a Resident Student for Fall 2013
Must be a full – time student of Pace University
Must be in good financial standing with Office of Student Assistance
Must live outside of a commutable distance from Pleasantville campus (150 miles or more)
Must be paid in full prior to check – in
Must qualify for one of the following:
Pace Inter – Session Class
In Season Varsity Athletic Team Member required to be here for competition
If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for Winter Housing, please click here for the Undergraduate Application for Winter Housing.
Winter Housing Applications and payment are due to the Office of Student Assistance by Friday, December 6th @ 5:00 pm. Winter Housing is limited and given on a needs based assessment.