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New York needs no introduction. Pace puts you right in the action. And connects you to opportunity on a global scale.
Your Pace, Your Way.
From day one, you'll have a dedicated team helping you chart a customized course, one that’s specific to you—your dreams, your goals, your vision of the future.
Professors who know where your industry is headed. Curriculum that anticipates employer needs. Academic support that meets you where you are.
Valuable experiences beyond the classroom: Internships. Research. Student leadership. You name it, we’ll help you get there.
“Pace University did an amazing job making sure that I still had the best semester I could possibly have with the restrictions that they had to implement.” —Keriana Calderon ’24
You’re going places.
And Career Services is right there with you, even after you graduate. They help with everything from resume-writing to personal brand-building to interview sourcing. It’s like having your own personal career coach (from day one).
For sports marketing major and clothing brand founder Eli Simmons Jr. ’21, SVNCLO is about a lot more than the clothes. Over the summer, he was able to combine his passion for design with advocacy and social justice. He created a line of tees aimed at raising awareness around police brutality and the communities it impacts, including our own.
Eli Simmons Jr. ’21
Joneisha “JoJo” Carmichael ’22, a commercial dance major and arts and entertainment management minor, has been posting an Instagram story every day that features her creativity. JoJo is currently well past day 181—and counting. “Social media is a platform where we all generally like to post the good things that we have going on,” she said. “I have gained comfort in sharing my highs and lows with everyone.”
Joneisha “JoJo” Carmichael ’22
Four innovative Pace students won IBM’s prestigious Call for Code 2020 challenge, which unites thousands of developers to create and deploy applications powered by open source technology that can tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges. They worked on an app code with more than 3,000 lines including more than 11.252 million lines edited or inserted—quite the feat for only four people!
Ajinkya Datalkar ’20, Manoela Morais ’20, Chimka Munkhbayar ’20, and Helen Tsai ’21
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