Resource Guide For Faculty
Policies and Procedures
- ID Cards
- University Policies
- The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Education
- Safety and Security
Pace University employees are compensated on a semi-monthly basis on the last working day closest to the 15th and the end of the month. Scheduled payroll dates are announced at the beginning of the academic year.
Employees who elect direct deposit will receive their funds on the scheduled pay date. In the event that the option of direct deposit is not elected, employee’s paychecks will be mailed to their PR (Home Address) on file, via the US Postal Service. Paychecks are mailed at least 3 days prior to the actual pay date, to allow the paycheck to arrive on the designated pay date.
All required federal, state, and local taxes and authorized voluntary deductions will be withheld from the employee’s paycheck. Employees should review their paycheck to ensure its accuracy. In the event of an error, employees must notify their supervisor’s area faculty repre
- If you have any paycheck questions please contact Human Resources. Payroll contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | (914) 923-2898.
- Payroll Calendar
- Direct Deposit (PDF)
Human Resources is open from 9am to 5pm at the following locations:
New York City - 110 William Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY
Phone: (212) 346-1893
Westchester Campus - 100 Summit Lake Drive, 3rd Floor
Valhalla, NY 10595
Phone: (914) 923-2730
How do I get a Pace University ID?
When you have satisfactorily completed the required paperwork, Human Resources will refer you to the Security Office for an ID card at which time your picture will be taken.
Entry to buildings on the NYC Campuses (Downtown and Midtown) require a valid Pace ID Card.
Security Office Campus Locations:
New York Security Office
156 William Street, 5th floor
Phone: (212) 349-1800
Pleasantville Security Office
Campus Center, 2nd floor
Phone: (914) 773-2800
A new year sticker is applied to an ID card in September. You can also obtain new year stickers at the ID offices.
Management of the University is vested exclusively in the University. Except as otherwise provided in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Pace University and the Union of Adjunct Faculty at Pace, adjunct faculty members and part-time instructors are subject to all University policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
- Background Check Policy
- Background Check Policy (PDF)
- Guiding Principles of Conduct
- Discrimination Policy (PDF)
Sexual assault is a very serious concern to the Pace University community. It is the policy of Pace University to provide a safe environment, one that is free from violence, for every member of its community. Accordingly, the University prohibits and does not tolerate acts of violence that occur on University owned or controlled premises or at University-sponsored off-campus programs or events.
Pace University is strongly committed to this issue and strictly enforces its Sex-Based Misconduct Policy and Procedure, which has been strengthened, updated, and enhanced with the help of faculty, staff, and students, and outside experts and organizations.
If any adjunct faculty members or part-time instructors become aware of an occurrence of Sex-Based Misconduct (defined per the policy), they are required to report that information to the Title IX Coordinator/Affirmative Action Officer Aletha (Lisa) Miles. She can be contacted at (212) 346-1310 or at email@example.com.
The New York State Legislature found and determined that “criminal acts involving violence, intimidation, and destruction of property based upon bias and prejudice have become more prevalent in New York State in recent years.”
Pace University’s Guiding Principles of Conduct clearly and unequivocally states that “membership in the University community is accompanied by the responsibility to maintain and foster an environment characterized by freedom of expression, inquiry and exchange of ideas and respect for the dignity and uniqueness of each individual.” In addition, the University has established standards of behavior to ensure the safety of all members of the University community.
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.
The NYC office is directed by specialist Jessica Garet, who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience working with college students on issues related to mental health, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence. Jessica is a confidential resource (which means that students can confide or report incidents to her, and she can hold the information in confidence if the student requests this) for students and leads Peer Advocates Against Sexual Assault (PAASA) a peer education program on the New York City Campus.
The Pleasantville office is directed by specialist Erin Doolin, who has a Masters in Higher Education with extensive experience working with college and graduate students on issues related to mental health, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence. Erin is a confidential resource for students and leads Pace FIRE, a peer education program on the Pleasantville Campus that's mission is to “Fight Ignorance and Rape with Education.”
Jessica Garet, LCSW
Phone: (212) 346-1931
Erin Doolin, M.A.
Phone: (914) 597-8783
Campus Preparedness and Emergency Planning
In an effort to keep our students, staff, and faculty safe and informed, Pace University has a plan to help you prepare for or deal with a variety of emergency situations.
Dial 777 or press the security button from any Pace phone in the event of an emergency.
Security Telephone Numbers:
- New York City: B-Level, East Wing (Schimmel Entrance) (212) 346-1800
- Pleasantville: Goldstein Academic Center Lobby (914) 773-3400
Pace University is required by federal law to publish an annual security report containing information with respect to campus security policies and statistics on the incidence of certain crimes on and around our campuses. This information is available on the Safety & Security Department Web site.
Emergency Response Plan
The purpose of the Pace University Emergency Response plan is to establish policies, procedures and an organizational structure for response to emergencies. The plan contains clear strategies and the roles played by various departments (Safety and Security, Buildings and Grounds, Health Care Unit, Residential Life, SARS, Laboratories, etc.) during the initial response and throughout the emergency. Nothing in this plan shall be construed in a manner that limits the use of good judgment and common sense in matters not foreseen or covered by the elements of the plan. The plan and organization shall be subordinate to State and Federal plans during a disaster declaration by those authorities.
Safety and Security
Through the employment of a professional in-house security staff with many years of law enforcement and private security experience and through the use of a top-notch uniform security guard company, Safety and Security are on hand 24 hours a day to provide professional support and security services. An electronic security system, which includes closed circuit television cameras, intrusion alarms, card access readers and an emergency communication system has been developed. In addition, a Security Awareness Program has also been developed. Safety and Security Policy Statement (PDF).
Pace University Directory/Contact Information
Pace University’s White Pages is the University's official online directory for students, faculty, and staff. The White Pages includes important information such as MyPace username, email address, phone/fax numbers, location, and more.
Pleasantville Parking: All vehicles brought on campus must be registered with the University. To obtain an annual parking decal, current vehicle registration and a valid Pace I.D. must be presented to Security. Special permits are available for individuals with unique needs or disabilities. Parking is permitted in designated areas only and prohibited in crosswalks, fire lanes, bus stops, unpaved areas, spaces reserved for the disabled and other areas designated as no parking areas. Pace University assumes no responsibility for theft or damage to any vehicle.
Pace does not offer on campus parking on the NYC Campus. Due to traffic congestion and construction we encourage attendees to use mass transit. If that's not an option, search for nearby parking lots, prices, and even make reservations at some lots: nyc.bestparking.com/.
Complete parking and traffic regulations are available in campus security offices:
861 Bedford Road
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone: (914) 773-3400
Phone: (914) 773-3700
New York City Campus
One Pace Plaza B-Level
New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1800
Transportation between campuses
The Office of Transportation offers intercampus bus and shuttle service during the fall and spring semesters, with limited service during the summer months.
On the Westchester Campus, intercampus transportation is offered via buses from the Village of Pleasantville - Memorial Plaza to the Pleasantville campus. Transportation is also available between the Pleasantville and New York City campuses. Click here for a detailed scheduled. For additional transportation information, call (914) 923-2695.
Buildings and Grounds
The Facilities Management Operations and Maintenance team is responsible for the Operation and Maintenance of all of Pace University's properties. Using a combination of university employees and contractors they provide for the daily cleaning, maintenance, and operations of the University’s Physical Plant.
Campus Alert: For Emergency Closing and Weather Alert information, please check the Pace home page or the MyPace portal for special announcements.
You can also sign up for the Pace University Emergency Alert System to receive a phone call, text message and emails regarding emergency notifications.
Emergency Closing Information Lines:
- For Lower Manhattan and Midtown – (212) 346-1953
- For Pleasantville (914) 773-3398