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Accessing your GradPass, when to arrive, where to park, what to eat, and so much more. You've got questions and we've got answers. Get ready to walk, grads.

May 1, 2024

Step into the world of P17X High School in the Bronx, where Corey Paul ’22, ’24 empowers neurodiverse students to shine through the transformative lens of media arts.

April 4, 2024
Announcements and Statements

On Monday, May 20, the Class of 2024 will celebrate with some amazing guests who will impart their wisdom to the departing graduates. Among the honorees are a Broadway powerhouse, a family who turned a heartbreaking loss into hope for children, a renowned judge, the former president of one of the largest and oldest American comic book companies, and a physician leading the way in AI-powered medicine.

April 3, 2024
In the Media

School of Education Professor Christine Clayton speaks with Lohud – and Gannett newspapers statewide-- about the New York State Education Department creating alternative assessments for the Regents Exam. "What's concerning to me is that, you know, that commitment to this kind of project has to be maintained for years and years," said Christine Clayton, an education professor at Pace University.

February 9, 2024
Pace Magazine

Through a grant from the New York State Department of education, School of Education Professor Jennifer Pankowski is helping students with disabilities to thrive at Pace and beyond.

January 18, 2024
Pace Magazine

Missed an issue of Pace Magazine? Catch up with past issues here.

December 19, 2023

As the year concludes amidst shorter days and final exams, President Krislov reflects on a momentous 2023, marked by the opening of a 26-story campus center in New York City, athletic achievements, accolades for the law school, and the establishment of the Sands College of Performing Arts.

December 6, 2023

The Pace Community's incredible generosity on Giving Tuesday surpassed our goal, resulting in 2,430 gifts and over $823,901 raised for student success.

December 4, 2023
In the Media

Science Now features a piece on School of Education Professor Lauren Birney highlighting her efforts to engage middle school students in an ambitious restoration program called The Billion Oyster Project the initiative is in partnership with the National Science Foundation.

November 30, 2023
Science Now
In the Media

Pace’s School of Education is working with the White Plains School District to help address the teacher shortage.

November 10, 2023