Pace Magazine

Alumni Affinity

January 19, 2023
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Find your people. Through the Alumni Association’s affinity groups, you can get connected with fellow alumni around a common interest, identity, or purpose.

The Pace University alumni affinity groups are communities of alumni that engage and connect around a common interest, identity, or purpose such as academic majors, current professions and interests, and other ideas from alumni. The alumni affinity groups are charged with providing a forum where diverse experiences, perspectives, and resources can be shared with anyone who is interested. Each alumni affinity group works closely with Pace’s Alumni Relations Department to facilitate events, networking opportunities for alumni, and engagement with student groups. Affinity groups also provide a sense of community and shared values, information and resource sharing, professional and personal development, education and exploration, and community service initiatives.

The current affinity groups include the Alumnae Engagement Committee, the Black Alumni Group, Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), and the Pace Pride Alumni Network. Examples of programming that the Affinity Groups have provided are an Alumni Diversity Breakfast, GOLD holiday party, and the creation of the Empowering Women Scholarship Fund.

Want to learn more about joining an affinity group or have an idea about starting your own? Visit the Alumni Association’s affinity groups webpage to learn more.

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