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About Us

Mission Statement

The Division of Student Affairs supports the academic mission of the university by providing programs and services that engage and involve students in the co-curricular life of the campuses. We believe students who participate in our programs and services will learn, grow and develop.

Reporting Campus Concerns

The Dean for Students Office advocates for the student voice and improving our campus community. Students can contact our office on questions related to policies and procedures, student conduct history, or campus life. To report an incident on campus concerning violations of the University’s Guiding Principles, at-risk behaviors, or Title IX-related concerns, please submit a report using our campus reporting system.

The following student learning outcomes guide our services and programs:

Familiarity with Pace University

  • Students will be able to identify at least 5 resources that are available at Pace University.
  • Student will be able to access resources that are meaningful to their individual needs.

Life Skills

  • Students will demonstrate skills to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Students will articulate elements of physical, emotional, spiritual, and social health.
  • Student will manage interpersonal relationships.

Identity Development

  • Students will identify how their values impact choices regarding careers and relationships.
  • Students will reflect on aspects of identity including culture, gender, sexual orientation, ability, professional role, social class, and spirituality.


  • Students will compare and contrast one’s own identity and culture with at least one other culture.
  • Students will articulate the value of the similarities and differences we all embody.
  • Students will seek involvement with people different from oneself.

Community/ Civic Engagement

  • Students will understand how their behavior affects the Pace community.
  • Students will articulate benefits of participating in service learning and volunteer activities.
  • Students will identify mechanisms to affect change through civic engagement opportunities.


  • Student leaders will demonstrate strong leadership, problem solving, and communication skills.
  • Student leaders will explain the dynamics of group.
  • Student leaders will exhibit democratic principles.
  • Student leaders will articulate the goals of their group and the desired outcomes of that group.