Programs for Current Students
The Office for Student Success (OSS) provides students with enrichment, leadership, mentoring, and experiential learning opportunities. Click on the links below for more information about what OSS offers!
Pace Undergraduate Student Academic Conference Travel Fund for Joint Presentations with Faculty Mentors
This new, competitive fund is open to undergraduate students who have been accepted to present their research at a professional conference with their faculty mentor. To apply and be considered for up to $800 in reimbursement funds for a student travel, students/faculty can download the application here and submit to Jennifer Crespo at email@example.com at least one month before the conference date. Please note: Submitting an application will not guarantee funding, and acceptance does not guarantee an $800 grant. This is a reimbursement program for faculty and handled via the ChromeRiver application. All travel, lodging, etc. must be purchased upfront by the faculty sponsor, not students, and all subsequent receipts must be kept and submitted by the faculty sponsor.
Women’s Empowerment Network (WEN)
This year-long program provides engagement and leadership opportunities for first-year female students on the NYC campus. This is accomplished through a series of engaging sessions focusing on specific topics such as goal planning, career preparation, leadership opportunities, self-reflection, networking, and more.
Leadership Engagement Action Program (LEAP)
Students selected for this program will work with a LEAP Team Leader (a Pace staff member) who will support the engagement and co-curricular involvement of participants by taking them to programs and providing them with advising during their first year.
First-Gen Student Support (NYC and PLV)
A first-generation college student can be described in many ways, but is traditionally defined as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor's degree. About 1 in every 6 students nationally is considered first-generation. Both the New York City and Pleasantville Campuses offer various programs and support for first-generation college students. In New York City, we offer a First-Generation Mentoring Program that pairs freshman first-generation students with Pace University staff mentors. These mentors were also first-generation college students themselves. Mentors and mentees meet on a monthly basis to provide support and guidance. On the Pleasantville Campus, first-generation students are offered social and educational events such as: periodic discussion groups and “first-gen” mixers that enable first-gen students to mix and mingle with first-gen faculty and staff.
Latino/a/x Empowerment Series
The Latino/a/x Empowerment Series is a set of discussions based on important topics that are pertinent to all students, but with a specific focus on the Latino/a/x community. The series aims to empower Pace students through presentations, workshops, and/or discussions. Additionally, it is a great opportunity for students to engage with other likeminded students, staff, and faculty- all while establishing a strong and united presence for the Latino/a/x community on campus.
Prestigious Fellowships and Awards
The Office of Prestigious Fellowships and Awards aims to increase the awareness of prestigious scholarships and awards among the Pace community and increase the number of students who apply to and win these awards. Prestigious Fellowships and Awards concentrates solely on competitive, top-notch awards, such as the Truman, Goldwater, and Rhodes Scholarships. Students interested in Fulbright and Gilman Scholarships should contact Pace International for further information and advisement.
OSS collaborates with key University departments to coordinate the logistics of the commencement ceremonies each year.