Partners at Pace
LGBTQA and Justice Center
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Asexual and Ally (LGBTQA) Social Justice Center exists to create campus environments that are inclusive and supportive of student, staff, and faculty diversity in the areas of sexuality and gender identity and expression. The office promotes identity expression, self-determination and exploration on all levels for all members of Pace University through advocacy, education, activism, programming and a commitment to social justice.
Find more information about the LGBTQA Center can be found here.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
At the core of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) mission is the commitment to provide opportunities and venues for Pace University and external communities to examine, discuss, debate, collaborate and develop partnerships around themes that perpetuate (un)checked power, privilege, marginalization and social injustices.
Find more information about the Office of Multicultural Affairs here.
Center for Community Action and Research
For more than a decade, the Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) has supported civic engagement, social responsibility, and reciprocal partnerships with the community, resulting in enriched learning for positive change. Housed within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, the CCAR’s programs serve the entire university through curricular and co-curricular initiatives, coordination of national civic engagement programs, and support of ongoing community partnerships.
Find more information about the Center for Community Action and Research here.
Office of Sexual Assault and Prevention & PAASA (peer advocates for sexual assault prevention)
The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Education provides support and resources for current Pace University students who are or have been impacted by sexual assault and develops on-campus violence prevention initiatives, trainings, and events.
Peer Advocates Against Sexual Assault (PAASA) is a peer education program on the New York City Campus. Peer educators offer programming, workshops, and other learning opportunities throughout the year and are a confidential resource for Pace University students.
Find more information about the Office of Sexual Assault and Prevention and PAASA here.
Dyson Women's Leadership Initiative
The Dyson Women’s Leadership Initiative is a one-year program for female and female-identified students enrolled in Dyson College. Associate Professor Emilie Zaslow (Communication Studies) and Professor Meghana Nayak (Political Science) will work with peer leaders who are student campus leaders to ensure that WLI Fellows receive academic and social support.
Find more information about Dyson Women’s Leadership Initiative here.