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September 2022: A Message from President Krislov

Posted
September 7, 2022
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Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester and the new academic year!

It is shaping up to be our first post-pandemic academic year at Pace University. I’m proud of how this community came together over the past few years. We’ve stayed safe and healthy, we’ve looked out for each other, and we’ve kept our students engaged and on track in their studies. Now, as our region has reopened and we’ve moved past the crisis phase of the pandemic, we’re excited to move forward to a busy and bustling year.

This morning I sent welcome notes to our students and to our faculty and staff. I encourage you to read them. And, as I said in those notes, I also encourage you to join us for the Welcome Back celebrations we’ll be scheduling on all three campuses over the next weeks. You can get details now on the celebrations in Pleasantville (on Monday, September 12) and New York City (on Tuesday, September 20), and we’ll have more information soon on Haub Law.

I’m looking forward to a great semester—and to seeing you soon either at the Welcome Back celebrations or elsewhere on campus.

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