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Life at Pace is more than just the classes you take—it’s the connections you make, the friendships you forge, and the experience you earn.
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Our Division of Student Affairs supports Pace’s academic mission by providing programs and services that engage and involve students in the co-curricular life of the campuses. Students who get involved in programs and services will learn, grow, and develop far beyond the classroom.
Living on Campus
Get ready to live the good life at one of our many residence halls in NYC or Westchester. Singles, doubles, triples, and townhouses—get a taste of the “suite” life.
From activism to world cultures, there are endless opportunities for you to advance in your field, assume resume-building leadership roles, and find your people.
With more than 100 student organizations at Pace University, there’s something for everyone to get involved in. Each semester, Student Development and Campus Activities hosts involvement fairs, where you can meet all of our clubs and organizations, chat with representatives, and find out how you can sign up.
The Center for Community Action and Research cultivates tomorrow’s leaders and citizens for active participation in the larger life of their communities, the nation, and the world. Get connected to community organizations; actively engage with timely issues; and practice active citizenship through community service, civic action, and social activism
The Neil S. Braun Student Mentoring Program connects current students with Pace alumni to offer everything from life hacks to in-depth career advice to networking in the industry they want to someday break into. Pairs can meet and chat through whatever medium suits them best: e-mail, phone, direct message, or even in person—all it takes is that initial "hello."
The Helene and Grant S. Wilson Center for Entrepreneurship will help you develop a philanthropic mindset, get connected to funded internships in the non-profit sector, earn funding for student-driven ventures, and get connected with influencers from across the industry.
of all Pace students identify as BIPOC
My Pace Place
“I instantly felt connected to the community and campus. I could see myself walking from 182 Broadway to One Pace Plaza, and even began making friends.”
Alysa LeBon ’22
“The Welcome Center. I have always wanted to go to college in New York City and meet people from all walks of life.”
Nicholas Merlau ’21
”We’d go into the Alumni Hall lounge and someone would play guitar and we’d all just start singing at the top of our lungs.”
Keriana Calderon ‘24
Health and Well-being
Counseling, health care on campus, and so much more, we want you to take care of your body and your mind.
SAS serves as a center of opportunity, access, and empowerment for students with disabilities. Through the provision of reasonable accommodations, SAS seeks to facilitate academic, personal, and professional growth.
We get it. If you need someone to talk to, looking to get something off your chest, or work through trying times, the professional staff at the Counseling Center is here for you.
Allergies? Sprains? Cough and cold? University Health Care is here to help. NYS-licensed nurse practitioners can diagnose and treat most common illnesses, write prescriptions, order lab and radiologic tests, and can refer to specialty care as appropriate.
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