At Orientation, you will have the opportunity to explore the place you will call home for the next four years. Get to know your future classmates, learn about campus life, meet Academic Advisors, receive your fall schedule, and find your favorite spot on campus.
Staying Overnight On Campus
The overnight program is a mandatory component of the Orientation experience. It offers you the unique opportunity to stay in the residence halls and get the full campus living experience. Students planning to commute in the fall will still take part in this overnight experience.
What to bring:
- Clothing that is comfortable and casual
- Twin bed linens or sleeping bag
- Spending money (Meals will be provided throughout the program, however you may choose to bring spending money for vending machines)
Families are invited to join in on the fun and information provided at Orientation, meet members of the Pace Community, explore the campus and surrounding area, and learn more about how to support your student on the Pace Path.
Families and guests wishing to attend should be included when the student registers for Orientation online.
New York City Campus
Lunch will be provided for students and family members on Day 1 and students will receive dinner, breakfast, and lunch for the remainder of their stay. Family Orientation begins alongside the Student Orientation and concludes by 4:00 p.m. on Day 1. There are supplemental program offerings for families on Day 2 as well, concluding by 3:30 p.m.
Overnight accommodations are not available to family member or guests. View a list of local hotels around campus.
Students and registered family members will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner on Day 1 and breakfast on Day 2.
There is a non-refundable fee of $50 per family member/guest to stay on campus overnight (University accommodations). If you wish to stay off campus, a list of local hotels is available.