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Pace University works to promote personal growth and academic achievement with special programs available at both our New York City and Westchester campuses. Read on for more information about three special programs available at Pace.
Pforzheimer Honors College – If you scored a minimum of 550 each on the math and verbal sections of the SAT, and have maintained a minimum average of 90 in your college preparatory high school courses, you are eligible for entrance into the Pforzheimer Honors College at Pace. Honors college membership is available to students who study in any of the schools or colleges within Pace University. Students accepted to the program receive a $15,000 annual scholarship and a laptop computer. As they progress through school, Honors students are also able to pursue special research projects and apply for grants. The Honors college is open to transfer and current students, as well.
Visit the Pforzheimer Honors College website for more information.
Study Abroad – Pace also offers assistance and guidance to students who wish to study abroad during their undergraduate studies. Between 2002 and 2007, Pace students participated in study abroad programs at nearly 200 colleges and universities in more than 50 countries. In addition to semester-long programs, Pace students may also take advantage of our Summer Study Abroad programs, as well as enroll in on-campus courses with a travel component. Pace also offers travel courses—check out this video about one of Pace's travel courses to Rome.
Visit the Study Abroad website for more information.
Challenge to Achievement at Pace (CAP) – Pace pushes its students to realize their full potential both inside and outside the classroom walls. For students in need of further guidance in academic advising, the one-year CAP program is designed to help first-year students who may need assistance transitioning from high school to college course work to meet the academic demands of a college education. CAP students are provided the necessary academic tools needed to meet their educational goals, including a carefully designed network of selected courses, advisement, and academic support services. Students are selected for the CAP program at the time of admission.
Visit the CAP website for more information.
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