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Consumer Information

Pace University is pleased to provide the following consumer information to its students and the University community:

General Information

Undergraduate and Graduate Admission Forms and Brochures

International Student Admission Forms and Brochures

Pace Consumer Information Available on the College Navigator Website Including retention rates and completion/graduation and transfer-out rates

Pace Law School ABA Consumer Disclosure Information

Institutional and Program Accreditation, Approval, or Licensure

Academic Program (Educational Programs, Instructional Facilities, and Faculty)

Plans for Improving Academic Programs

Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements

Refer to the webpages of the individual Colleges, Schools and programs of the University for any additional transfer requirements that may apply.

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Financial Information

American Rescue Plan (Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds III) Distribution Disclosure

This statement provides information to comply with reporting requirements for Pace University’s participation in the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF III) which is part of the federal government’s America Rescue Plan (ARP).

Please refer to the FAQ for additional information.

On May 11, 2021 the university learned it would receive an allocation from the ARP HEERF III Student Aid program of $11,566,796 to be distributed to eligible students in the form of emergency grants related to disruption of instruction due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

On June 24, 2021 Pace received the initial portion of the student funds, $6,774,423.

Pace identified 3,880 continuing Pace undergraduate, graduate, and law students who are Pell-eligible (undergrad only), have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of less than $10,000, are eligible for SNAP benefits, or are dislocated workers who are eligible to receive these funds. Pace’s Financial Aid Office used data provided by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) documentation to determine student eligibility. On average, each eligible student received $1,746.

On June 24, 2021, the University sent emails to the 3,880 students identified as being eligible to receive federal funds, informing them of the pending distribution via BankMobile.

Starting on June 25, 2021, the University disbursed $6,774,423 to BankMobile with instructions for BankMobile to distribute the funds to the identified students. Students will also receive follow-up emails from Auxiliary Services. Students who do not select a distribution method via BankMobile, will receive a paper check mailed to them from BankMobile.

June 30, 2021 Quarterly Update

Student Portion 2003(a)(1): As of June 30, 2021, $6,774,423 had been disbursed to 3,880 continuing students via BankMobile. The remaining $4,792,373 will being allocated to additional student populations which have not yet been identified.

Institutional Portion 2003(a)(1): As of June 30, 2021, $11,499,656 of the $11,509,656 has been allocated to reimburse Pace for COVID19-related expenses. View the quarterly report (PDF).

Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II) Distribution Disclosure

This statement provides information to comply with reporting requirements for Pace University’s participation in the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) which is part of the federal government’s Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). Please refer to the FAQ for further information (PDF).

On January 14, 2021, Pace University learned that the university would receive an allocation from the CRRSAA HEERF II Student Aid program of $4,281,053 to be distributed to eligible students in the form of emergency grants related to disruption of instruction due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

On February 12, 2021, Pace received $4,281,053.

Pace identified 2,525 student who were eligible to receive emergency aid under this program. Congress has directed these funds to go to students with exceptional financial need, such as those eligible to receive a federal Pell Grant. Current Pace undergraduate students who are Pell-eligible or have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of less than $10,000 were deemed eligible to receive these funds. Pace’s Financial Aid Office used data provided by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) documentation to determine student eligibility. The average grant awarded was $1,695.

On February 17, 2021, the University sent emails to the 2,525 students identified as being eligible to receive federal funds, informing them of the pending distribution via BankMobile.

On February 19, 2021, the University disbursed the full $4,281,053 to BankMobile with instructions for BankMobile to distribute the funds to the identified students. Students will also receive follow-up emails from Auxiliary Services. Students who do not select a distribution method via BankMobile, will receive a paper check mailed to them from BankMobile.

March 31, 2021 Quarterly Update

Student Portion 314 (a)(1): As of March 31, 2021 $4,281,053 had been disbursed to eligible students via BankMobile.

June 30, 2021 Quarterly Update

Student Portion 314 (a)(1): As of June 30, 2021 there was $31,543 remaining of the original disbursement ($4,281,053) which had not yet been claimed by students. This represents disbursements to 17 students who have yet to cash their checks. Outreach to these students is ongoing.

Institutional Portion 314 (a)(1): On April 7, 2021 Pace drew down $1,000,000 under the Institutional Portion of the CRRSAA (HEERF II). On June 28, 2021, Pace drew down $7,657,805 under the Institutional Portion of the CRRSAA (HEERF II). As of June 30, 2021, $8,657,805 has been allocated to reimburse Pace for COVID19-related expenses. View the quarterly report (PDF).

Pace University CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Distribution Disclosure

This statement provides information to comply with reporting requirements for Pace University’s participation in the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.

On April 9, 2020, in a letter from Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Pace University learned that the university would receive an allocation from the HEERF program of $4,281,053 to be distributed to eligible students in the form of emergency grants related to disruption of instruction due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

On April 15, 2020, Pace University signed the Funding Certification and Agreement for the Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.

Pace identified 7,411 students who were deemed Title IV eligible as of April 21, 2020. This following allocation methodology was reviewed and approved by the University’s Board of Trustees. The amount of each grant was calculated by taking the total award of $4,281,053 and equally allocating the funds to (i) all 7,411 students eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1985 and therefore eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants under Sections 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act , who had (ii) filed valid FAFSA forms by April 21, 2020, and (iii) were not exclusively online students prior to March 13, 2020.

On April 28, 2020 Pace received $4,281,053.

On May 1, 2020 the University sent an email to all enrolled students of the availability of the CARES Act funds. View all Communications to students.

On May 13, 2020 the University sent emails to the 7,411 students identified as being eligible to receive funds, informing them of the pending distribution via BankMobile. On May 14, 2020 the University disbursed the full $4,281,053 to BankMobile with instructions for BankMobile to distribute the funds to the identified students. The average amount received was $577.

Students not selecting a BankMobile distribution have been issued checks from Pace University. Students who had not contacted BankMobile are being sent follow-up emails. Students who do not select funds to be distributed via BankMobile by June 4, will receive a check mailed to them from BankMobile.

HEERF Cares Act FAQ (PDF)

September 30, 2020 Update

Student Portion 18004 (a)(1): As of September 30, 2020 there was $18,485 remaining of the original disbursement ($4,281,053) which had not yet been claimed by students. This represents disbursements to 32 students who have yet to cash their checks. Outreach to these students is ongoing.
Institutional Portion 18004 (a)(1): On May 21, 2020, Pace received $4,281,053 under the Institutional Portion of the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). As of September 30, 2020, $1,321,000 has been awarded to 2,642 continuing students, at an average grant amount of $500.00 per student. View the quarterly report (PDF).

December 31, 2020 Update

Student Portion 18004 (a)(1): As of December 31, 2020 there was $10,976 remaining of the original disbursement ($4,281,053) which had not yet been claimed by students. This represents disbursements to 19 students who have yet to cash their checks. Outreach to these students is ongoing.
Institutional Portion 18004 (a)(1): On May 21, 2020, Pace received $4,281,053 under the Institutional Portion of the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). As of December 31, 2020, $1,603,929 has been awarded to continuing students. View the quarterly report (PDF).

March 31, 2021 Quarterly Update

Student Portion 18004 (a)(1): As of March 31, 2021 there was $9,699 remaining of the original disbursement ($4,281,053) which had not yet been claimed by students. This represents disbursements to 18 students who have yet to cash their checks. Outreach to these students is ongoing.
Institutional Portion 18004 (a)(1): On May 21, 2020, Pace received $4,281,053 under the Institutional Portion of the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF). As of March 31, 2021, $3,303,679 has been awarded to continuing students. View the quarterly report (PDF).

June 30, 2021 Quarterly Update

Student Portion 18004 (a)(1): As of June 30, 2021 there was $5,199 remaining of the original disbursement ($4,281,053) which had not yet been claimed by students. This represents disbursements to 9 students who have yet to cash their checks. Outreach to these students is ongoing.

Institutional Portion 18004 (a)(1): As of June 30, 2021, Pace has disbursed $4,281,053 (the entire institutional portion) with $3,358,179 awarded in emergency grants to continuing students, and $922,874 used to compensate Pace for COVID19-related expenses. View the quarterly report (PDF).

Additional Financial Information

View information on Pace University’s financial aid offices and policies.

Price of Attendance – Net Price Calculator

Refund Policy, Requirements for Withdrawal and Return of Title IV, HEA Financial Aid

Availability of Institutional and Financial Aid Information

Textbook Information (Internet course schedule)

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Career and Post Graduation Information

Career and Job Placement Services

Job Placement and Graduate and Professional Education Continuation Information

Non-Degree Programs Gainful Employment Information

  • Gainful Employment Disclosure for Students in Approved Non Degree Certificate Programs

Teacher Preparation Program Report

College of Health Professions Outcomes

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Students

Student Body Diversity

Commitment to Comply with Principles of Excellence (Veterans)

Facilities and Services Available to Students with Disabilities

The following persons have been designated to handle student inquiries regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and related statutes and regulations:

  • On the Westchester campus, please contact Assistant Director Elisse Geberth at (914) 773-3710 or egeberth@pace.edu.
  • On the New York campus, please contact Associate Director Kate Torres at (212) 346-1526 or ktorres@pace.edu.

If a student disagrees with the accommodation recommended by the Office of Accessibility Services, he or she should contact sasappeals@pace.edu.

If a student has concerns that he or she has been discriminated against because of a disability, he or she should contact Bernard Dufresne, the University’s Executive Director of Title IX Compliance and Title IX Coordinator at (212) 346-1310 or (914) 923-2610 or bdufresne@pace.edu, 163 William Street, 10th Floor, Room 1017, New York, NY 10038. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and implementing regulations, as well as inquiries concerning the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator\Affirmative Action Officer or Assistant Secretary for Office for Civil Rights.

Student Activities

Athletics - Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data, and
Completion/Graduation and Transfer-out Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid

Voter Registration Information and Forms

Information for Distance Education Students

Pace University provides the following information to students from states outside of New York enrolled in fully online programs.

In accordance with SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements, which Pace operates under), complaints should first be registered with Pace University and go through our procedures. If the person raising a complaint is not satisfied with the outcome of Pace’s institutional processes, the complaint (except for those that relate to student grades or student conduct violations) may be appealed to the SARA portal entity of an institution's state. Pace’s SARA portal entity is:

Supervisor, Higher Education Programs
New York State Education Department
89 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12234
(518) 474-1551
IHEauthorize@nysed.gov

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Policies

Guiding Principles of Conduct

Student Attendance Policies

Privacy of Student Records – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions (Including Computer Use and File Sharing)

Hate/Bias-Related Crime Policy

Student Disciplinary Policy

Affirmative Action Policy Statement

  • Affirmative Action Policy Statement
  • Affirmative Action website
    The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the Univerisity’s Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation and to serve as the University’s Title IX Coordinator for overall campus compliance:

    Bernard Dufresne
    Executive Director of Title IX Compliance and Title IX Coordinator
    163 Williams Street
    10th Floor, Room #1017
    NYC Campus
    Phone: (212) 346-1310
    Fax: (914) 989-8032
    Email: bdufresne@pace.edu

    Zoila Perez
    Sr. EEO Coordinator
    163 Williams Street
    10th Floor, Room #1016
    NYC Campus
    Phone: (212) 246-1310
    Fax: (914) 989-8032
    Email: ZPerez@pace.edu

Inquiries concerning the application of anti-discrimination laws and discrimination complaints may also be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Students may utilize this Complaint procedure and/or they may complain directly to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. Visit the U.S. Department of Education website to find the address and phone number in your area.

Policy and Procedure – Discrimination, Non Sex-Based Harassment and Retaliation

Sex-Based Misconduct Policy and Procedure

Pace University Security and Police Coordination Plan for Investigation of Criminal Offenses (Including Violent Felony Offenses) and Missing Students Reports

Pace University Missing Student Notification Policy and Plan

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Health and Safety Information

University Healthcare

Security and Emergency Management

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policies and Information for Students and Employees

For Students

For Employees

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Educational Partnerships

Pace University Marketing Arrangements and Partnerships

Pace partners with several third-party organizations which provide marketing, recruitment and some educational services:

AllCampus. Pace Online partners with AllCampus to provide marketing, student recruitment, and lead generation for several online degree programs. AllCampus refers prospective students to Pace. All admissions, and academic program decisions are made by Pace University.

Kaplan International Pathways provides marketing and student recruitment services to prospective students outside the United States. Kaplan refers prospective students to Pace. Kaplan may assist students in ensuring their application is complete, and may advise students on non-academic matters (i.e., travel, finding living arrangements, adapting to life as a student in the U.S.). Pace makes all admissions decisions, and determines the criteria under which students are admitted. Pace provides all academic programming. Kaplan and Pace together set the curriculum for the Pathways Program.

International Agents. Pace University uses a network of independent recruiters to augment its pipeline of prospective international students. The University selects, evaluates and trains independent recruiters in a variety of countries so they can present Pace as one of the options available to their clients who want to travel abroad to earn a degree. Recruiters help Pace build brand awareness and provide access to markets that are often remote and unfamiliar. Recruiters help prospective students by providing information about the application process to colleges and universities outside their home countries. They may also provide services such as pre-departure briefings, English language classes, standardized test prep, flight and accommodation bookings, and career guidance and job placement services upon the student’s return home. Independent recruiters wishing to represent Pace must apply and sign an agreement. Recruiters do not admit or deny students who have applied to Pace and they do not prepare any Visa related materials. Pace makes all admissions decisions according to its admissions criteria. Pace University began the practice of working with independent recruiters in the 2011 and has since added 60+ other agencies marketing in over 50+ countries.

Gilder Lehrman Institute of America and Pace University have partnered to offer a Master of Arts in American History to middle- and high-school teachers in the Gilder Lehrman Affiliate School network. The program is designed enhance expertise in American History, as well as in Social Studies, Civics, and Government.

Harlem Village Academics/Progressive Educational Institute (PEI) and Pace University have partnered to offer the Master of Science for Teachers (MST) in Childhood and Special Education, for teachers in the HVA charter school network. This 38-credit master degree Transitional B certification program leads to dual initial certification in childhood and special education, and an MST degree from Pace University. This program enables HVA faculty to earn an MST while also teaching; blending theoretical knowledge with practical classroom applications.

  • Curriculum: The curriculum for the program is designed collaboratively by the faculty who have expertise in the field of education. Pace School of Education programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and adheres to CAEP standards.
  • Faculty: Faculty are from both Pace University and Harlem Village Academies.
  • Location: The program is taught at PEI/HVA (35 West 124th Street, New York, NY 10027) and online.
  • Tuition: PEI offers subsidized tuition, as established by a special arrangement between Pace and Harlem Village Academies. For more information on program costs, contact info@peiharlem.org

Pace also engages in partnerships to market and deliver programs. Information can be found on our Accreditations and Memberships page.

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