The current edition of the Pace University Student Handbook and Code of Student Conduct found therein, is considered the valid policy and procedure manual for Pace University students. All students are subject to the policies and regulations found in the 2014-15 edition of the Student Handbook. The Student Handbook is published by The Office of Student Affairs at Pace University. The information in this Handbook was collected and compiled in the summer of 2011. Since the included programs and services are subject to continuous review and evaluation, the University reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
For over 100 years, bright and motivated men and women have passed through Pace's many doors and have ventured into the world prepared for new challenges. The University will continue to build upon its legacy of providing the best teaching and learning to ambitious and talented students.
Pace prepares "thinking professionals" who are ready to achieve. Our unique combination of liberal learning and professional education, based on experience, prepares our graduates for success. We invite you to visit and explore Pace's New York City and Westchester campuses.
Whatever your goals, you will be supported by a campus network that includes student-run organizations and activities, community service opportunities, fraternities and sororities, as well as athletics, recreational and residential life programs.
Each applicant and enrolled student, respectively, agrees to be bound by all of the University’s rules, policies, practices, including, without limitation, the Guiding Principles of Conduct. Failure to comply could result in disciplinary action.
Policies and Procedures
Pace University provides students with a range of resources to complement their academic experience. Visit our: Tutoring Center; Writing Center; Center for Academic Excellence; Libraries; and Computer Labs.
You have joined a vibrant, engaging academic community in which intellectual, personal, and interpersonal goals are fostered and maintained in formal study, campus life, and community service. We support the University’s academic, administrative, and co-curricular mission.