Pace-OPoly: Performing and Visual Arts
Can you dance your tail off? Do you have the pipes to give people chills? Our performing and visual arts student organizations are undeniably aca-awesome.
Abyss of Sound: a musical performing group that expresses and celebrates raw talent. They are all about creating a musical atmosphere everywhere they go! For more information, check out the Abyss of Sound OrgSync page.
High Definition: a step dance team that strives to create routines that are not only unique, but educate, inform, and inspire their audience. Ready to get stepping with the bet of them? Check out High Definition's Orgsync page for more information!
Hip Hop Dance Club: aims to add culture and diversity to campus through the art of dance. Each class uses choreography to help people develop the rhythm, technique, and self-discipline it takes to have a strong stage presence, which encourages self-expression and increases self-esteem. There is no experience needed! Check out the Hip Hop Dance Club OrgSync page for more information.
New Vybz: aims to create an outlet for self-expression that explores numerous styles of dance. Anyone with a passion to grow as a dancer is welcome to join. Come learn a variety of styles including contemporary, jazz, hip hop, dancehall, African, and praise dance. For more information, check out the New Vybz OrgSync page.
Pace Drama Alliance: interested in acting, screen writing, directing, staging, costumes, or just have a lot of great ideas? Well, Pace Drama Alliance is your stop. The Alliance would like people with all different interests to be involved and want to put on big productions for each semester as well as small ones during open houses. Check out the Pace Drama Alliance Facebook group and OrgSync page for more information!
Pace University Guitar Organization: a group of students hoping to find others who are interested in learning how to play the guitar. For more information, check out the Guitar Organization OrgSync page!
Painting Club: offers a place to paint and sample foods from different cultures. Each meeting has a different theme based off of a particular part of the world. One week they might focus on France and try to emulate Monet's impressionist style while enjoying classic French cuisine. For more information, check out the Painting Club OrgSync page.
Photography Club: wants to teach students about photography and Photoshop. Through advanced equipment and creativity sessions, students are able to create masterpieces and showcase their photographs at events. Additionally, they host many field trips to areas around Westchester as well as NYC. For more information, check out the Photography Club OrgSync page.
A Capella Club: Did you watch the Pitch Perfect Barden Bellas and Treblemakers and wonder why we don’t have that at Pace? Well, now we do! Pace's A Capella Club is a premier student-run choir looking to make beautiful music for Pace and beyond. More information, check out the A Capella Club's OrgSync page.
Pace Music Group: provides student singers, songwriters, producers, and musicians an opportunity to come together and collaborate. Whether you’re an aspiring producer, budding DJ, singer with some serious pipes, or otherwise musically inclined in any way, you’re welcome here. Check out the Pace Music Group OrgSync page for more information!
Pace Sketch Comedy Group: is a team of writers, directors, actors, filmmakers, musicians, and more working together to create a live comedic performance. Students get to create and participate in original comedy sketches with no auditions required. Check out the Sketch Comedy OrgSync page for more information!
Stand Up Productions: a not-for-profit theater company run entirely by students. Their most important goal is to send all profits to charities based on the context of the show or the director’s personal decision. They believe these acts will promote a better atmosphere, establish more fulfilling work habits, and give students the opportunity to use theater to directly benefit the community in which we live and learn. Check out Stand Up Productions' OrgSync page for more information.
Is your organization missing from this list? Email us!
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Croissants in Paris. The ruins of ancient Rome. Business in Beijing. Studying abroad isn’t just about the unforgettable travel experience. By living somewhere entirely new, you’ll set yourself apart in the job market post-graduation while still earning credits toward your degree.
5 Reasons to Study Abroad
Class of 2023, put your paws up! As you head to campus, keep in mind these five ways to help make your Orientation experience as worthwhile as possible, which will help ensure that you’ll be ready and raring to go come move-in day.
Top Tips for Orientation
Get ready, #PaceU, because we’re gearing up for Tuesday, September 3, where we’ll be welcoming the Class of 2023! Stop by on either the PLV or NYC Campus for a fun and informative day celebrating a new class of Setters.