Clubs: Cultural and Social
From Latin flavor to rainbow pride, Pace has more than 20 cultural student organizations to choose from!
Asian Student Union (ASU): a cultural organization spreading diversity and awareness of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures on the PLV Campus! For more information, check out the ASU SetterSync page.
Black Student Union (BSU): promotes diversity, leadership, enhances skills, and promotes unity amongst members and the community. BSU strives to enhance the Pace Community by unifying Black students as well as students of different cultures and backgrounds who possess the common goal of respect and understanding of each other’s differences. Check out BSU's SetterSync page for more information.
Catholic Student Association (CSA): a religious-based organization that seeks to open the conversation about Catholicism and provide a safe space for students of all faiths. For more information, check out the CSA SetterSync page.
Commuter Street Team (CST): designed to build community between the commuter and residential students at Pace. CAB shall ensure that they recognize the needs of commuter students and formulate methods to address those needs by working with the Pace Community; and provide educational, social, and recreational services designed to meet the needs of commuter students in accordance with the Pace University mission statement. For more information, check out the CST website and SetterSync page.
Christian Fellowship Club (CFC): a club that provides regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship, and pray—all in a group setting. For more information, check out the CFC SetterSync page.
Dominican Student Association (DSA): the mission of the Dominican Student Association is to educate ourselves and others about Dominican culture, social issues, identity, intersectionality, as well as strive for academic achievement. Aims to promote cultural diversity amongst our organization and create a family that upholds the values of service, leadership, empowerment, activism, and cultural engagement. For more information, check out the DSA SetterSync page.
Hillel: works to bring a rich diversity of programming that not only promotes Jewish life on the PLV Campus, but also embodies the Jewish values of community and tzedakah, or charity. For more information, check out Hillel's SetterSync page.
Muslim Student Association: serves as a uniting forum for Muslim students from diverse backgrounds. In the past, students have participated in lectures, short films and discussions, and more. For more information, check out the Muslim Student Association SetterSync page.
Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS): seeks to empower the Latino/a community and shares Latin culture with the Pace Community. For more information, check out the OLAS SetterSync page.
PENSA Pace: a unifying body for all students, associates and affiliates who are interested in fellowshipping with a Christian Community. For more information, visit the PENSA SetterSync page.
Pride at Pace: provides a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQA+ youth and in the past has organized events for Coming Out Day, Day of Silence, and trips to the National Equality March in Washington, DC. For more information, check out the Pride at Pace SetterSync page.
Partnership of Women for Empowerment and Respect (POWER): promotes intersectional feminism through weekly discussions, activism, advocacy, and education. For more information, check out the POWER SetterSync page.
Student Veterans of America: is dedicated to meeting the needs of the veteran student population at Pace. Veteran students meet to discuss events, challenges and successes at Pace, and work to affect change. For more information, check out the Student Veterans of America website and their SetterSync page.
Students of Caribbean Awareness (SOCA): promotes Caribbean awareness by engaging in social, cultural, and educational events. From Caribbean Jeopardy! to fashion shows to their famous Rep Yuh Flag party, SOCA is heating up the PLV Campus! For more information, check out the SOCA SetterSync page.
Black Student Union (BSU): promotes diversity, leadership, enhances skills, and promotes unity amongst members and the community. The Black Student Union strives to enhance the Pace University community by unifying Black students as well as students of different cultures and backgrounds who possess the common goal of respect and understanding of each other’s differences. Active on both campuses! Check out BSU's SetterSync page for more information.
Caribbean and African Student Association (CASA): promotes diverse activities for the Caribbean student body. CASA fosters cultural awareness through exchanging ideas and brings awareness of current issues. From Patois classes to date auctions to their wildly popular annual CariCulture concert, you’re going to want to check CASA out. View the CASA SetterSync page for more information!
Christian Fellowship at Pace (CFP): provides students the opportunity to pursue their faith and fellowship and connect with other students on the NYC Campus. Check out their SetterSync page for more information.
Global Korea Through Entertainment (GKTE): unites students through their interest in South Korea, serving as a bridge for professional and educational purposes. Whether you’re familiar with South Korea or not, GKTE offers various informative sessions and engaging events for everyone. Interested? Check out GKTE’s SetterSync and Instagram.
Hillel: dedicated to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all Jewish college students, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially. From Shabbat Extravaganzas to Israeli dancing to lectures and lunch and learns, Pace Hillel has the events to fill up your calendar this semester. For more information, check out Hillel's SetterSync page.
International Student Club: helps to create a feeling of world fellowship by assisting one another to better understand each other’s cultures. The International Student Club is open to all students and often hosts field trips, soccer matches, movie nights, and more. For more information, check out the International Student Club's SetterSync page.
Muslim Students Association (MSA): strives to form a healthy and socially aware Pace Community composed of Muslims and non-Muslims. MSA plans to host many charity events to help give back to society, which is also a perfect medium to showcase the hallmark of Islam. MSA will discuss any issue which concerns a member of the MSA, free of any implied stigma surrounding the stigma, and will explore and highlight many different aspects of Islam but will never force religious ideologies onto anyone. For more information, check out MSA's SetterSync page.
Queer Society: encourages students to come together to stop hate by sharing differences, voicing difficulties, spreading gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender awareness, as well as awareness of diversity not only of sexual orientation, but of race, gender, class, and culture. In the past, the group has participated in the New York AIDS Walk, Day of Silence, LGBTQA+ Fair, workshops, lectures, and more. Check out the Queer Society's SetterSync page for more information.
SABOR Latino: promotes Latino/a culture through their very own dance team. SABOR is more than just flavor. It stands for Sabiduria. Amistad. Bondad. Orgullo. Respeto. For more information, check out the SABOR SetterSync page.
Student Veterans of America: is dedicated to meeting the needs of the veteran student population at Pace. Veteran students meet to discuss events, challenges and successes at Pace, and work to effect change. For more information, check out the Student Veterans of America website and SetterSync page.
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