Make a Difference With Your Gift

Make a Difference With Your Gift

A nationally-ranked leader in business education, the Lubin School of Business prepares students for success by applying contemporary theory to professional practice in a personalized academic environment. Our graduates are leaders in management — competent in their chosen disciplines, multidisciplinary in problem solving, ethically aware, grounded in action, trained in outcomes, and socially responsible. Curriculum innovation, exceptional faculty, small classes, and a student-centered environment complete what is truly a distinctive and dynamic educational experience.

Please show your support for our outstanding achievements and ambitious goals to further improve our academic excellence and financial standing by considering ways in which YOU can make a difference.

Annual Fund
Your annual gift, designated to the Lubin School of Business, provides the unrestricted financial support vital to meeting the current and future educational needs of our students. Make your gift even more meaningful—click to view companies with matching gift programs.

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Planned Giving
Planned gifts provide the cornerstone needed to sustain Pace in this century and beyond while offering immediate and deferred tax advantages to benefit both you and your family.

For more information, visit or contact Marc Potolsky, Planned Giving Officer, at (212) 346-1356 or

Scholarships & Professorships
Establishing an endowed scholarship or professorship helps to build the school's endowment and ensures that financial support is readily available to attract and retain top students and world-class professors.

For more information please contact Nina F. Restuccia at 212-618-6418 or

[Laura Smith]
Laura Smith 1965-2008

Laura Smith Fund for the Interactive and Direct Marketing (IDM) Studies Program

An initial lead gift has been made by Tom Saracco of Direct Access Marketing Services, Inc. to initiate the fund to support the development of the Interactive and Direct Marketing labs and educational programs on the Pleasantville and New York city campuses of Pace University to honor Laura's commitment to Direct Marketing. The funds will be used to develop the labs and provide equipment, materials, and educational tools for faculty and students including faculty development programs, student scholarships, and support of student projects, both at the graduate and undergraduate level, as well as for faculty and student research in Interactive and Direct Marketing. The objective of this fund is to advance the knowledge and advancement of Pace University students so as to prepare them to become professionals and leaders in the Interactive and Direct Market Industry.

Donations may be made in honor of Laura online at:
Please be sure to indicate that the donation is for the purpose of The Laura Smith Fund for the Interactive and Direct Marketing Studies Program

Donations may also be made in honor of Laura by mail:

Pace University, Lubin School of Business
One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
ATTN: Jennifer W. Bernstein - The Laura Smith Fund

You may also contact Jennifer W. Bernstein at or (212) 346-1634 for further assistance.

Support our signature fundraising event, proceeds from which provide scholarships to deserving Lubin School students:

Celebrate Lubin
This event is held annually on the first Friday in December to honor an alumnus or alumna of the business school who has attained the highest level of success in his or her career, has demonstrated leadership and commitment in contributing to his or her community, and has made a significant commitment to the Lubin School of Business and Pace University. The proceeds from the Luncheon provide important scholarship support to students in the Lubin School of Business who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, financial need, and service to the university and/or community.

For information about tickets and other sponsorship opportunities for the Annual Lubin Achievement Award Luncheon, contact Michael Lattari, or Cleo Maack,