For over 100 years, Pace University has been preparing its diverse student body for a lifetime of learning, community service and professional success. We are excited to share the most recent analysis about the economic impact of Pace University throughout New York State. The economic analysis, prepared by The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Pace University, utilized payroll, construction, procurement and other data such as student and visitor spending on meals, entertainment, transportation, and local retail from 2017.
Pace University is a strong economic vehicle generating over $1 billion in economic impact throughout New York State.
Pace University’s construction and revitalization projects have been a strong economic driver to local and regional economies.
Pace University has been an integral part of the lower Manhattan community generating nearly $700 million in economic impact in the area.
New York City
Pace University is a vital part of the Westchester community generating more than $279 million in economic impact in the region.
Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law is an important part of the White Plains/Westchester region and generates more than $81 million in economic impact in the region.
The Pace University Athletics Department is a strong economic vehicle generating nearly $34 million in economic impact throughout Pleasantville and Westchester.
Created in 2005, The Helene & Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Pace University serves the nonprofit and social enterprise community to help social ventures increase their impact.
Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship