Health and Wellness
Healthy bodies make for strong minds.
Whether your son or daughter loves going to the gym, participating in athletics, needs health insurance, or basic medical care, Pace will help meet their needs. From our state-of-the-art Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center in the Westchester Campus to our walk-in health service centers, Pace will make sure they can stay healthy and active.
Health, Fitness, and Recreation Centers
New York City: Students have full access to the campus’ Civic Center Gym at One Pace Plaza, which includes a cardio and weight room. In addition, they may also use the full-size basketball courts to play pick-up games or intramural basketball. Some residence halls also offer complimentary passes to students for nearby gyms and fitness centers.
Westchester: The Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center offers students: three basketball courts, one eighth-mile track, full fitness center with cardio machines, Olympic-sized swimming pool, full range of fitness courses, from Japanese swordsmanship to yoga. The Westchester campus is also home to our athletic programs, and a number of intramural sports.
NCAA Division II athletic programs include:
- Men’s sports: Baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, lacrosse, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field.
- Women’s sports: Basketball, cheerleading, cross-country, equestrian, gold, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field.
Water polo, indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football, and three-on-three basketball tournaments.
University Health Care Services
On both campuses, University Health Care (UHC) offers a full range of primary care services to the Pace University community. Both locations are staffed by nurse practitioners (registered nurses with advanced training who are certified to prescribe medication), with physicians as consultants. Services available to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and their families include:
- Health education
- Health assessment with complete physical examination
- Women’s health care
- Diagnosis and treatment of illnesses (such as sore throat, cough, or other infections
- First aid for minor injuries
- Management of chronic health problems such as high blood pressure
Student Health Insurance
- For students enrolling in September 2009 (Fall term), the annual cost is $699;
- Students enrolling in January 2010 (Spring term), the annual cost is $468 for eight months;
- Students enrolling in Summer 2010- session I (June – July), the three-month cost is $231;
- Students enrolling in Summer 2010-session II (July – August), the six-week cost is $120.