Pace-OPoly: Academic Interests
Whether you’re a nursing major interested in getting involved with SNAP or a crime buff interested in the Criminal Justice Society or Forensic Science Student Organization, take your interests to the next level with these student orgs.
Criminal Justice Society: promotes awareness and interest in the many fields that criminal justice has to offer and prepares students for future careers. Students participate in hands-on activities in criminology outside of the classroom, and membership is open to anyone in the Pace Community who has a general interest in criminal justice. For more information, check out the Criminal Justice Society SetterSync page.
Future Educators Association (FEA): encourages and supports those interested in the field of education. Students interested in education can belong to an organization that is tailored to the profession by providing beneficial workshops like Project Learning Tree, and guest speakers discussing up-to-date educational information, skills, and strategies that are necessary to become a successful educator. For more information, check out the FEA SetterSync page.
Future Leaders in Health Care: founded by the student nurses attending Pace for a common goal: to one day care for, treat, and potentially save lives in a rewarding nursing career. For more information, check out the Future Leaders in Health Care SetterSync page.
Psychology Club: for students interested in the field of psychology provides resume-building professional experiences outside the classroom. Members attend lectures, professional meetings, and colloquia. For more information, check out the Psychology Club SetterSync page.
Seidenberg Tech Collective: is an organization that is committed to enriching the lives of students and promotes an interest in technology. Every week we hold meetings and talk about different topics regarding all things tech related. For more information, check out the Tech Collective SetterSync page.
ASPIRE (Alumni, Students, and Professors Influencing Recruitment and Enrollment): a volunteer program that engages enthusiastic and well-informed students in a variety of recruiting activities. Students volunteer in the activities like inviting high school seniors to shadow you to actual college classes. To join, email ASPIRE your name and phone number. Check out the ASPIRE website for more information!
Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta): or the National Biological Honor Society, which is “dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.” They've sponsored trips to the Bronx Zoo, NY Botanical Garden, the Philadelphia Mutter Museum, and the Van Cortlandt Manor Jack-O-Lantern Blaze. For more information, check out the Tri-Beta SetterSync page.
Chemistry Club: hosts different activities that help students apply chemistry to the real world. These activities include guest speakers, tours to local points of scientific interest, and more. For more information, check out the Chemistry Club SetterSync page!
Criminal Justice Society: promotes awareness and interest in the many fields that criminal justice has to offer and prepares students for future careers. Students participate in hands-on activities in criminology outside of the classroom and membership is open to anyone in the Pace Community who has a general interest in criminal justice. For more information, check out the Criminal Justice Society SetterSync page.
Forensic Science Students Organization (FSSO): promotes and educates the community about forensic science as well as career tracks and specialization fields for those interested. FSSO also hosts popular campus events, such as the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater. For more information, check out the FSSO SetterSync page.
Law Society (Mock Trial Team): the central pre-law organization within Pace, aiding students in the Law School admission and selection process, providing free LSAT tutoring, and informing about the vast field of law. For more information, check out the Law Society SetterSync page.
National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA): a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. For more information, check out the NSSLHA SetterSync page.
Pace Computing Society: committed to promoting interest in technology among Pace students. Pace Computing Society fosters good discussions, cool lecturers from all sides of the computing field (from our students to professors, alumni, even other professionals working in many different companies), awesome projects, and, yes, free pizza. For more information, check out the Pace Computing Society website and SetterSync page.
Pace Cyber Team: is committed to building a community that fosters and grows the next generation of cybersecurity talent at Pace through a weekly team practice for the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC), held annually, and the National Cyber League (NCL) held every semester. For more information, check out the Pace Cyber Team SetterSync page.
Psi Chi: promotes academic excellence in the exciting, ever-changing, field of psychology. Events include panel discussions, psychology conferences, and volunteer events. For more information, check out the Psi Chi SetterSync page.
Is your organization missing from this list? Email us!
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