Make A Difference

The need for well educated, highly-skilled nurses has never been greater. Nursing jobs are projected to grow 16% through 2024 - faster than the average for all professions. Based on our long and rich history of educating nurses, you can be confident that the Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) at the College of Health Professions will prepare you for positions of responsibility in all areas of health care. 

Top 10

College Factual ranks our nursing program in the top 10 in the New York region and in the top 10 percent in the country

Direct admit

Direct admit nursing program

Exceeds state and national averages

NCLEX-RN pass rate exceeds state and national averages.

Lienhard School of Nursing student working in a clinical setting.

Get hands-on experience as early as your sophomore year

Our faculty of excellent teachers and clinicians partner with New York’s premier hospitals and healthcare organizations to share their expertise while creating unparalleled clinical experiences for our students. Students are immersed in evidence-based practice throughout their program. As a result, our graduates are prepared to be leaders in both academic and health care settings. 

Dedicated Spaces for Advanced Studies

Pace celebrated the leadership and legacy of Dean Emerita Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN with the formal dedication of Wright Cottage on the Pleasantville Campus as the Harriet R. Feldman Center for Doctoral Education in Nursing.

Dean Emerita and PhD students.
Nicholas Lombardo

"Since Pace is located in NYC and Pleasantville, it gives me access to some great clinical experiences at some of the top hospitals in the world such as New York Presbyterian, Mount Sinai, and Westchester Medical Center."

Nicholas Lombardo '22

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN4)

Heidi Eustaquio

"Being a graduate of Pace University makes me feel ready and prepared to face upcoming opportunities and challenges. My gratitude goes to the entire Pace Community, especially to my educators for their excellent mentorship and for helping me reach my goals."

Heidi Cruz Eustaquio ’21

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN4)

Caitlin Oris

"Knowing that I will be able to make a difference in someone's life is what encourages me as I pursue my BSN and makes me super excited to enter into the profession!"

Caitlin Oris '23

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN4)

Innovative Learning Experiences

Learn from expert faculty in a role-play challenge. Professors take on the personas of different patients experiencing diverse symptoms. Student teams assist the healthcare staff by observing and assessing the patients’ situations and identifying the appropriate medication for each individual case.

women in a gray wig pretending to be a patient for a nursing student.