School's In for Summer
Beginner Spanish. Intermediate Accounting. Advanced Yoga. Pace Summer Session has it all. Whether you want to catch up or graduate faster, now’s the time to take the summer on!
The spring semester and academic year may be over, but summer is right around the corner. This year, hit the beach and the books with Pace Summer Sessions and shorten your timeline toward graduation.
Give a tough subject like accounting or chemistry or calculus your undivided attention; indulge your inner artiste with watercolor, drawing, painting, or photography; write until your fingers hurt with creative writing, poetry, and screenwriting; learn French, Spanish, and the art of public speaking.
Whether you’re interested in historical surveys of the Middle East, Asia, or Africa or 21st century politics, fashion marketing, or film auteurs, there are more than 600 undergraduate and graduate courses Pace offers during its two summer sessions on the NYC and Westchester campuses and online, ranging from four to twelve weeks in length.
Several tuition payment plans are available and administered by Sallie Mae and housing is available on both campuses.
Summer I begins on May 27 and Summer II on July 7. And you don’t have to choose—you can enroll in both.
Registration is open now, so whether you want to catch up or get ahead, it’s time for you to make the decision to take the summer on!
Learn more about summer session and view the summer class schedule.
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