Pace's converged network supports data (e.g., Internet web-based messaging, Pace's administrative systems), voice (campus-based telephone system-analog, digital, and voice-over- IP) and video (video conferencing and video-over-IP communications). It allows computing users access to internal resources such as library databases, and server applications in support of academic studies.
In addition, the University provides wired connectivity for network access in public areas, residence halls, and Libraries. Wireless connectivity is available in most public spaces, libraries, classrooms, and University-owned residence halls. Leased residence halls have slightly different network services.Classes are occasionally conducted in videoconferencing facilities (instructors may not be physically in the same location as all of the students) located in Pleasantville, the Law School, the Graduate Center, and Pace’s New York City campus.