From unforgettable cultural events to lifelong friendships formed through campus activities, a Pace education extends far beyond textbooks and classrooms.
Student Development and Campus Activities
While much of the college experience takes place inside the classroom, the Center for Student Development and Campus Activities promotes the integral part that occurs outside the classroom through co-curricular activities. Student Development and Campus Activities isn’t just the home of fun programming and events on your campus—they’re your resource for student clubs and organizations, Greek life, orientation, student leadership, conferences, and so much more.
When you become involved in campus activities, you will have the opportunity to not only meet new friends and have fun, but enhance your leadership skills and incorporate classroom theory into real life experiences. As advocates of student empowerment, Student Development and Campus Activities provides resources, guidance, and support to enhance student achievement and personal development.
- Learn more about Student Development and Campus Activities (SDCA) on the Westchester Campus
- Learn more about Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) on the New York City Campus
Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts
Each year, the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts brings more than 50,000 people to the New York City Campus for cultural events, exhibits, student performances, academic conferences, lectures, and a variety of other activities. From tapings of Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio to the annual Pace Present series which attracts internationally-acclaimed talent in the areas of music, dance, cabaret, opera, theatre, and lectures, to guest speakers like Spike Lee, student performing arts, and much more, the Schimmel Center is an integral part of the Pace NYC and lower Manhattan community. To see what’s happening at the Schimmel Center.
View a list of all events on our campuses.