Adviser Support

Support for Advisers

The Office of First Year Programs

The Office of First Year Experience works with school-based advisers to coordinate training and support of faculty, both formally and on an ongoing basis as needed. The Office of First Year Experience also administers academic alerts in both the fall and spring semesters and disseminates information to first year advisers, provide advisers with probation lists in the spring semester, and works with school advising offices to coordinate the transfer of students to major based advising.  For any information regarding UNV 101 or general information about students’ first year at Pace, contact: 

New York City
Michael Verdino
Associate Director
212-346-1219
mverdino@pace.edu

Pleasantville
Brendan Halligan
Associate Director
914-773-3434
bhalligan@pace.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Advising Center for Exploring Majors

The Advising Center for Exploring Majors, an advising unit of the Center for Academic Excellence, helps students explore all their options before choosing an academic direction.  ACEM provides individualized counseling to guide students through all the steps associated with choosing a major. The goal of ACEM is to make sure students select a major that meshes well with who they are…their interests, skills, goals, personality, and values.  Worksheets and information on every major are also available.  ACEM also works individually with faculty who would like to discuss issues related to major selection.

 

New York City                                                                           Pleasantville

Shannon Haick                                                                          Allyson King

Associate Director                                                                     Associate Director

212-346-1798                                                                             914-773-3847

shaick@pace.edu                                                                      aking@pace.edu

 

The Counseling Center

Consultations to faculty, staff, students and concerned parents are a regular part of the services provided by the Counseling Center.  If you are uncertain as to how to proceed, but are concerned about a student or situations, please contact the Counseling Center.  A staff psychologist can assist you in determining the most appropriate course of action.  Walk-In Clinic hours are available for telephone access to a staff psychologist.  Telephone appointment availability may be limited and calls are taken on a first come, first served basis.   Please let the receptionist know if you think the situation is an emergency requiring immediate attention. For information on referring a student to the Counseling Center, click here.

 

New York City Campus                                                  Pleasantville Campus

(212) 346-1526                                                               (914) 773-3710

 

School Advisers

Professional advisers in the colleges and schools are available to assist faculty advisers.  A complete list of school advisers (NYCPLV), along with contact information, is available on this site.