Emergency Notification Contact Information
Keep your contact information updated to receive emergency notifications such as weather-related alerts. Sign up or update your information at alert.pace.edu.
Note: Use your MyPace Portal Username and Password to log in. To modify or no longer receive notifications, log in and modify or remove the additional methods of notification (i.e. phone number and alternate emails). Learn more...
New Service: Lynda.com
Want to understand your courses better and get a jump start?
Lynda.com can help by giving you access to high-quality video courses on topics that enhance your college curriculum and skill sets! Customize your own video tutorial playlist to obtain the literacy you need for class or projects. Learn more...
Proud of your ePortfolio?
Share it with us! Enter Academic Technology's ePortfolio Spring Contest by Friday, April 24th!
Contest winners receive a VISA gift card and are honored at the ePortfolio ceremony. For more details, visit http://eportfolio.pace.edu.
Submit Your Student Technology Fee Proposal
ITS and the Student Technology Fee Committee will continue meeting this spring to collaborate on a variety of initiatives and program evaluations. Submit your proposal by Monday, March 2nd. Learn more...
Register Devices for Optimum Wireless Service
As of January 2015, Blackboard will be supported by the Academic Technology department within Information Technology Services (ITS). Learn more...
What are phishing scams?
Phishing scams are designed to look legitimate and trick you into disclosing private information such as your Social Security number, credit card numbers, or accounts and passwords. Scammers use language designed to get you to act right away. Phishing emails may not only look authentic, but may include a familiar sender's name and/or email address in the "From" field.
Fake online web forms
Scammers frequently redirect the links in their phishing emails to fake ("cloned") online forms, which may look real, but are hosted by external online web services. Unsuspecting victims are fooled into disclosing their passwords and other account information via these forms, which the scammers can then use for profit or to gain further access to your other accounts.
How Pace University addresses suspicious emails
Pace University has strong protocols in place to catch and filter out most incoming spam. A warning message is added to the beginning of all email messages containing embedded web addresses from identified web form hosting sites.
For more details and best practices to protect yourself online, visit Pace's IT Security website.