A Destination for Culture
From art exhibitions in the Choate House Art Gallery and readings by authors and poets such as Maya Angelou, to environmental lectures and films, Pace offers events to please the eye and stimulate the mind. Deborah Poe, PhD, an assistant professor of English and a descendent of Edgar Allen Poe, curates the nationally renowned Handmade/Homemade Exhibition of handmade books. Author readings and bookmaking demonstrations are open to the public, and readings are available on iTunes.
Look It Up at the Mortola Library
Pace’s Mortola Library invites community members to visit the library and use its academic resources, which include approximately 160,000 printed volumes, more than 100 research databases, and more than 45,000 scholarly and popular journals, magazines, and newspapers. Mortola is regularly used by outside tutors to meet with K–12 students as well as students from other colleges home on break.
An Invitation to the Community:
Utilizing Pace Facilities
The Goldstein Fitness Center hosts high school science fairs, environmental expos, Briarcliff High School’s graduation ceremonies, Maccabee Games basketball, high school wrestling championships, swim meets, and basketball playoffs. Rivertown Age Group Swim Team, and Empire State Games Volleyball and Masters Swimming. The grounds of the university host dozens of athletic camps throughout the year, many of which are led by our student athletes and coaches.
To inquire about the athletic facilities,
or camps, call 914.773.3272 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For use of all other campus facilities,
call 914.923.2667 or e-mail email@example.com.