PaceBound Students: You've Got Mail
Are you headed to Pace this fall? Awesome! It's important that you regularly check your brand-new Pace email account. Here's what you need to know about accessing your account, logging in, and more.
You're coming to Pace this fall and part of being a Pace student is getting a ton of emails from the University. Womp womp. Sorry, but it's true. But it's not all bad news! Email is the main way the University contacts students, it's how your professors will reach out to you, and it's how you'll get important information about events, policies, and more.
So, here's what's up: Your Pace email account has been activated and you must access your new Pace email account to see some important messages.
• If you haven’t logged in yet, you must activate your account. This is a one-time process and only takes a few minutes. Start the account activation process.
• After activation, you will be asked to create a password. Create your password using the password creation requirements.
• If you have logged in, but have forgotten your password, reset your password using the given guidelines.
• Remember your password—this will be the password you use to log in to ALL Pace University systems.
Please note, if you haven’t set up your security questions now is a good time to do it—just in case you forget your password and need to reset it in the future. Remember to check your Pace email regularly.
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