Below you will find information about the PaceBound Events and staying overnight at our March 3 - 4 PaceBound Event. If you have any additional questions about the PaceBound Events, please contact the the NYC Campus Welcome Center by phone at (212) 346-1323 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What hotel accommodations are available near campus?
- Is there parking available on campus?
- Who should I contact if I to want to attend a different PaceBound Event?
FAQ about staying overnight:
- What does the overnight program include?
- What time does the overnight program end?
- What do I need to bring?
- What type of food is offered?
- Where will students sleep?
- Will there be access to showers?
- Should students need to bring money?
- What if someone gets sick or injured?
- What if there is bad weather?
Access a list of hotels near the NYC campus.
The four garages closest to the One Pace Plaza location are: a Quik Park location on Spruce Street across from the main entrance, an Icon Parking location on Gold Street; a Rapid Park location on Beekman Street; and a garage on Ann Street between Nassau and William Streets. Additional parking garages slightly further away can be found by using the search engine of your choice.
Please contact the NYC Campus Welcome Center by phone at (212) 346-1844 or by e-mail at email@example.com if you would like to attend a different PaceBound Event.
FAQ about staying overnight
After spending the day at Pace, enjoy an evening full of fun activities both on campus and around New York City with your future Pace classmates. Once the PaceBound day program ends, students will get to experience life as a Pace student on our campus and in New York City. PaceBound attendees will get to dine in the cafeteria, take a tour of NYC, and then come back to campus and enjoy different activities such as games, DJ, movies, hands-on DIY projects and more.
The PaceBound overnight program will end at 8:00am. A light breakfast will be served for attendees.
What do I need to bring?
- completed permission waiver (PDF) (to be filled out prior to attending)
- sleeping bag
- extra set of clothes for Monday
- cell phone
- portable or external charger and charging cords (please note there is limited access to outlets during the program)
- toothbrush, toothpaste, face wash etc.
- medication (W/RX i.e. Tylenol, asthma medication, etc.)
- extra money
- book/magazine/mp3 player
Students will have the opportunity to eat on campus in our dining facilities. Dinner will be provided by the PaceBound program as well as late night snacks. Cafe 101, Pace’s main dining facility on campus, offers a salad bar, hot buffet-styled bar, soup, chili, Asian cuisine, pasta, sandwiches, sushi, pizza, and more. Kosher, Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten-free options are also available. A light breakfast will be provided the following morning.
Students attending the overnight program will sleep on campus in new student spaces across the campus. Attendees will be provided cots but are required to bring sleeping bags, pillows, and any other necessary bedding.
Students will have access to bathrooms across campus during the duration of the programming. Bathrooms are a short distance from the sleeping spaces and have toilets and sinks, however, students will not have access to showers.
While lunch, dinner, and breakfast are included, we recommend students bring money in case they’d like to purchase anything outside of what is offered at the overnight program.
Overnight attendees will have a team of trained professional staff members and student hosts to assist them in the case of injury or illness. In case of an emergency, university staff will be present and available for assistance throughout the duration of the overnight program.
What if there is bad weather?
The overnight program will take place rain, snow or shine. Some activities in the program will take place outdoors, so please bring appropriate outdoor attire in case of rain or snow.