Resources for Students
We’ve all gone digital! Advisors are available to meet with students using online platforms already available to them, such as Zoom and Skype. Check in with your advisor about preferred methods of communication. You can also get more information about online resources here. If you aren’t sure who your advisor is, you can figure it out by logging into Degree Works on the Pace Portal, logging into your OnTrack account, or by sending an email.
Career Services has transitioned all of their career-readiness services to virtual formats. Get connected now for help with resumes, 30-second pitches, internship placements, and jobs after graduation. Plus, help for parents who have lost work as a result of COVID-19. Learn more about going remote with Career Services.
We understand that there can be stress and worry that comes from the uncertainty around COVID-19, and we remind you that students have access to counseling 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Stay on track with your studies and get the help you need through Pace’s Learning Center. We’re now offering online tutoring sessions for a variety of classes. Please read more for details about hours, courses tutored, and the new procedures.
The Library staff will continue to support our community seven days a week through email and live chat. Use the Ask A Librarian web page to contact the library and also work with reference librarians on your research projects. If you have books checked out, do not worry about due dates. The items should be returned once the campus libraries re-open. No overdue fines will be charged during this time. Not returning to campus? Graduating Senior? You can also mail the materials back to us. Using "Library or Book Rate" is fine and much cheaper!
Office of Sexual and Interpersonal Wellness
The Office of Sexual and Interpersonal Wellness is here for you regarding experiences of sexual violence, dating/dating violence, harassment, and/or stalking. We recognize that not everyone feels the safest where they have to self-isolate, and that some of these places bring back hard memories and issues from the past. Please reach out to Juliette Verrengia at firstname.lastname@example.org for confidential, remote support.
Office of Student Success
The Office for Student Success helps you connect with resources, programs, and services that you may not have been aware of. Our office is one of the places that you can turn to when you don’t know where to go for answers to your questions or are unsure of the next step to take. We will help ensure that you have all the tools you need to succeed at Pace.
Student Development and Campus Activities (NYC Campus)
The Center for Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) in NYC aims to enhance the student experience by providing opportunities to build community and help develop students into responsible, well-rounded, and self-reliant individuals and leaders. Through our leadership programs, activities, and student organizations we promote student engagement and growth. We know that student involvement and student success go hand in hand so we encourage you to get connected and find your place in the Pace Community. Learn more about SDACA in NYC.
Student Development and Campus Activities (PLV Campus)
The Center for Student Development and Campus Activities (SDCA) intentionally empowers lifelong learners through the development of students, programs, and services that enhance campus life. We encourage and facilitate staff, faculty, and student partnerships to strengthen a learning centered experience that values relationship building and partnerships. Learn more about SDCA in PLV.
University Health Care
University Health Care (UHC) is available to members of the Pace Community as a resource, but please note that University Health Care does not accept walk-in appointments. Managing our mental health can be especially challenging during this difficult time. We are pleased that Krystyna de Jacq, PhD, a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, is seeing patients via telehealth on Tuesdays. For questions, concerns, and to schedule an appointment, please use the confidential patient portal.
All writers benefit from individualized attention to their writing and their writing process. For this reason, the Pace University’s Writing Center works with all writers at any stage of the writing process. Our free writing consultations offer writers individualized support as they negotiate the demands that press upon any genre of writing. In addition to offering writing consultations for individuals and groups, the Writing Center also offers programming and engages in research dedicated to writing and writing instruction. Learn more and make an appointment today.