We want to hear from you! Take these two surveys to provide important input on Pace’s social media presence, as well as on-campus newspaper circulation.
Have a quick minute? The Office of University Relations and the Budget Allocation Committee would love to hear your input in their brief surveys that will help continue to improve Pace’s online presence and newspaper circulation across campus.
Social media is a very important part of Pace University's online culture, and the Office of University Relations wants to make your social media experience the best it can be. Take this short survey that was developed in an effort to better serve Pace’s social media audience.
Next up, the Budget Allocation Committee is involved in the allocation of funds to make The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times available on campus for students. BAC would like students to take this survey to get a better idea of the adequate number of newspapers to order in the future.
Both surveys will close on Friday, March 31, 2017.
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If you’re a residential student at Pace, review our guide with all the information you will need regarding move-out, forms, updates, and procedures. We’re stronger together, and we’re here to assist you as we all adjust to these new changes.
Important Info for Residential Students
Now that you’re plugged in for remote learning, take a look at all the deals available to you as a student. You may qualify for free internet access, not to mention unlimited data and free public hot spots for a limited time.
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Know the facts, engage with issues related to the coronaviurs (COVID-19), safely take action, and learn more about advocacy work while maintaining social distancing. You can make a difference! Follow these guidelines from the CCAR team.
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