Pace Institutional Information

Pace Institutional Information Needed by Some Funding Agencies
Effective January 3rd, 2006

From time to time various funding agencies may request that the following information be included as part of a proposal. The statistics listed will need to be periodically updated. To aid you in this we have included the sources from which we obtained the information.


  • Pace's total enrollment was 13,670 (CSIS-1,624) in Fall 2004.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • Of that number 8,668 were undergraduate students (CSIS-1,013), 4,203 were graduate students (CSIS- 611) and 799 were law students.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • Full-time students numbered 7,929, and part-time students, 5,741.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • There were 59% female students and 41% male students.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • Total undergraduate minority student enrollment for Fall 2004 was 2,830, or 43% of those who declared an ethnicity.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • In Fall 2004 29%, full-time undergraduate students were low- income, defined as those who qualify for federal Pell Grants.
    -Director,
    Financial Aid
  • Currently, full-time, undergraduate minority (African-American, Hispanic, and American Indian/Alaskan Native) students enrolled in CSIS stands at 256, or 26.4%, based on those who declared ethnicity.
    -Assoc Dir-Inst Research,
    Planning/Assessment/Research
  • Total financial aid for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004, was more than $173 million including $94 million in student loans. Pace University provided more than $57 million. The remaining amount was provided by external sources of funding. The average financial aid package for undergraduate students is $13,686, which is equal to more than half of our total tuition cost of $24,752 per year. In addition to tuition, resident students pay $6,400 to $12,000 per year for a double room and $2,500 per year for a meal plan.
    -Director,
    Financial Aid