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Graduate Admission

New York City Campus and Midtown Center

Pace University's New York City downtown campus, located in the heart of the financial center of lower Manhattan, serves as a focal point for one of the city’s most dynamic and vital areas. Students’ educational experiences are enriched by an environment filled with diverse professional and cultural opportunities and alive with activity. 

Over 65 graduate-level degree programs are available at the NYC campus with students studying both full-time and part-time. The strategic location of the campus provides access to a plethora of internships and career opportunities throughout the city.

One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
(212) 346-1531

Directions to the Office of Graduate Admission: View directions to campus

Pace's Midtown Center is located at the beautiful and historic Fred F. French building on Fifth Ave., just blocks away from Grand Central Station and Times Square. This location hosts the Masters in Publishing degree program due to its proximity to major publishing houses. There is also a selection of weekday and evening classes and certificate programs.

The Fred F. French Building
551 Fifth Ave. (between 45th and 46th St.)
Entrance on 8th floor
New York, NY 10176
(212) 346-1700/1770

Westchester - Pleasantville Campus

The Pleasantville campus offers a more traditional campus setting, set on 200 acres right off the Taconic Parkway and a 5-minute ride from the Pleasantville Metro North station. Here you have easy access to the abundant career and internship opportunities available in both Westchester County and New York City. The village of Pleasantville, just a 5-minute drive from campus, provides convenient cafes, restaurants, bars, and retail outlets. Visit  Westchester County Tourism site for more about the area.

Office of Graduate Admission
The Vineyard Building.
861 Bedford Rd.
Pleasantville, NY 10570
(914) 442-4283

Directions to the Office of Graduate Admission: View directions to campus

  • Enter campus through University Entrance 1. Make the first left into a small parking lot - Parking Lot "B". Once you park, walk along the pathway behind Dyson Hall (red brick building) which will lead you down to the Vineyard Building.