Skills We Build Toward Independence
Save the date! On Tuesday, April 17, the OASIS program at Pace will host its first-ever panel led by students on the spectrum. They’ll be sharing their experiences and answering questions.
Join the Ongoing Academic and Social Instructional Support (OASIS) program to hear the voices of students on the spectrum as they discuss steps toward gaining independence, facilitated by our very own graduate and full-time academic coach Zachary O'Neal.
Tuesday, April 17
The Ongoing Academic and Social Instructional Support (OASIS) program at Pace University offers one of the most comprehensive college support programs for students with learning differences. The program welcomes all qualified students with learning differences who would like to fulfill their dream of a college education. We offer academic and social/emotional support while helping students realize their dream of obtaining a BA or BS at a well-known and accredited university.
Convocation is just around the corner! On Tuesday, September 3, come and help welcome the Class of 2023 to Pace.
Save the Date: Convocation 2019
Teaching doesn't stop once class is over! Just ask Dyson professors Jane Collins, PhD, and Kate Fink, PhD, Pleasantville's newest Faculty in Residence partners.
Your Newest Faculty Members in Residence
The Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites Pace faculty members to apply to become a Wilson Center Fellow! Applications are due August 14.
Now Seeking: Wilson Center Fellows