Pace University offers a generous financial aid program to its Undergraduate and Graduate students. Financial Aid includes scholarships and grants, work study, and student loans (federal and alternative plans). University-sponsored scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit, service to the community, and financial need. Seidenberg-sponsored scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Pace participates in all major federal and state financial aid programs such as Direct Loans, New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), Perkins Loan, and Federal Work-Study. All students are encouraged to apply for these programs by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which can be obtained from the University's Financial Aid Office. The links provided below allow you to explore financial assistance opportunities available to all Pace students, as well as, students specifically in the Seidenberg School.
To explore opportunities specifically for Seidenberg students, use the links below for details. For other scholarships and financial aid, visit the University's Office of Financial Aid.
Graduate Assistantship: The Graduate Assistantship (GA) provides opportunities for graduate students enrolled in a master’s program to work on research, teaching and special projects while receiving tuition remission and/or a stipend. If you would like to be considered for a GA position, please fill out this application and e-mail it together with your most recent resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Sponsorship: The Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) is an annual conference dedicated to women in technology. It is the largest gathering of women technologists. GHC “comprises of a combination of career sessions and technical sessions and includes a career fair, poster session, and awards ceremony”. Seidenberg hosts select undergraduate and graduate female students to attend the annual conference. For more information on the Grace Hopper Celebration, please visit AnitaB.org.
General Public Scholarships:
Computer Science Scholarships is a tremendous resource that compiles hundreds of scholarships for those wishing to pursue a degree in computer science. There are a variety of scholarships available for minorities and for those who have served in the milatary. You can find undergraduate scholarships, graduate scholarships, scholarships for women in computer science, scholarships for African American students, scholarships for Asian and Pacific Islander students, scholarships for Hispanic/Latino students, scholarships for students with disabilities, scholarships for LGBTQ students, and scholarships for active military and veterans.