With more than 100 student clubs and orgs at Pace University, there’s something for everyone to get involved in. So pick up your thimble, roll the dice, and advance to Campus Involvement Fairs.
With more than 100 student organizations at Pace University, there’s something for everyone to get involved in. Each semester, Student Development and Campus Activities hosts involvement fairs, where you can meet all of our clubs and organizations, chat with representatives, and find out how you can sign up. Hear from several students who joined clubs and organizations at Pace.
PLV Campus Involvement Fair
TBA: Stay tuned for Spring 2020 dates!
NYC Campus Involvement Fair
TBA: Stay tuned for Spring 2020 dates!
For more information on each student organization at Pace, click through below:
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.
Business/Professional: From marketing plans to market analysis, choose from more than 20 Pace student clubs and orgs that are getting down to business.
Media and Entertainment: Whether you’re interested in writing, reporting, TV, or concert-planning, Pace has got you covered. Now back to you, Jillian!
Performing and Visual Arts: Can you dance your tail off? Put on a show? Do you have the pipes that will make people feel aca-awesome or fill them with irrepressible joy? Our performing and visual arts student organizations are looking for you!
Cultural/Social: From Latin flavor to rainbow pride, Pace has more than 20 cultural student organizations to choose from!
Politics and Advocacy: Change makers in the movement to end cancer; promote peace; and save our planet. All in a day’s work for a Pace student.
Greek Life: If you want to go Greek, then you’re in the right place! From the Alpha to the Omega, check out which sororities and fraternities are on campus.
Student Governance: SGA, RHA, BAC, SAAC. If you don’t know these acronyms, then you don’t know the student leaders of your University.
Law School: From sports and entertainment to politics to animal defense, we’re going to lay down the law school student orgs for you!
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