You’re in. Now what? Enter: Pace’s customized New Student Experience and Transitions programs, which provide a fresh approach to ensuring all our first-year and transfer students get the most out of their academic experience. With guidance, support, and advocacy tailored to your needs, you’ll be well on your way to becoming an active member of the Pace Community.

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We are here to assist all first-year students make a successful transition from high school to Pace University.

We are here to assist all transfer students make a successful transition from a prior institution to Pace University.

OnTrack for Your Success at Pace

OnTrack is an online tool that connects students to the Pace community - your instructors, advisor and student support services. We’re using OnTrack to help you be successful, maintain your progress toward earning your degree from Pace, and provide you with a centralized resource to access support at Pace.

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Support Services

Learn about the services offered on campus that will support you outside the classroom academically, socially, and emotionally. We are here to help!

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Explore Our Campus Resources

Our NYC campus puts you right in the financial district and a subway ride away from many attractions.

Our Westchester campus gives you a traditional and tranquil college setting surrounding nature, but is still a short trip into the city.

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Placement Testing

Placement Testing is given for incoming first-year and qualifying transfer students in Mathematics, Writing and Modern Languages. Learn more about online tests, sample placement tests for Mathematics, accommodated placement testing, college credit and advanced placement (AP) course equivalency, and so much more.

Class Honor Societies

At Pace University, we believe in recognizing student achievement. To honor our highest achieving students, those in the top percentage of their class are invited to join the honor society associated with their class standing.

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