Pace has two active student newspapers and two radio stations. For descriptions of these and to find out how to join these media outlets, refer to the Student Development and Campus Activities section.
Pace Pulse is a weekly newsletter that serves students and all members of the Pace community. Published by the Office of University Relations, Department of Marketing Communications, Pace Pulse keeps the community abreast of news and events happening on all Pace campuses. Use Pace Pulse to schedule campus and community events. Please email email@example.com if you have a story idea or event to be listed or featured.
Opportunitas is the online newsletter for Pace staff and faculty members. Produced monthly by the Office of University Relations, Department of Marketing Communications, Opportunitas covers stories of general interest to Pace staff and faculty, including news features, profiles and events. If you would like to suggest a story idea for Opportunitas, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pace Magazine is the University's semiannual, general-interest alumni magazine and is produced by the Office of University Relations, Department of Marketing Communications. It is mailed twice annually to alumni and parents of current and prospective students. Copies of the magazine may be found in central public spaces around campus and in the Office of Alumni Relations as well as the offices of the Dean for Students and the deans of each college and school. If you would like to suggest a story idea for the magazine, volunteer as a beat reporter and/or photographer, or request copies of back issues, write to email@example.com.
Pace University Home Page
Pace University's home page, offers information and links to virtually all aspects of University life including admission, academics, about Pace, student life, alumni, and a link to MyPace Portal. virtual tours, news, events, and an A-Z index will transport you to more information about the opportunities that Pace offers its students, faculty, staff, and the community. MyPace Portal is a personalized gateway for Pace students, faculty, and staff. Log in to the portal from the Pace home page by selecting MyPace Portal from the menu. You may directly access MyPace Portal at portal.pace.edu. Log in instructions and help desk information are immediately available. Once in your portal page, you may customize the page with links important to you and make it your home page at Pace.
The Pace Pulse e-newsletter is the official source for online news and announcements for current students, faculty, and staff. Pace Pulse is emailed to the Pace community once a week, on Thursday nights, and displayed on the Pace home page. It is available to the entire Pace community as a channel in the MyPace Portal.
The Office of International Programs and Services Web page, provides links to information about study abroad programs and services for international students and scholars. The Web page contains information on how to subscribe to listservs that provide a means of exchanging information on issues, activities, and opportunities that pertain to visiting students and scholars, or students who wish to study abroad.
Pace Student email Address and email Directory
All students who are registered and have paid their tuition are automatically assigned a Pace email address. Your Pace email address will be listed on the Internet, on a special Pace email directory accessible through a link on the Pace home page. Access the directory and select the link for email/Username Look Up. Some students have a commercial email address; however, only the Pace assigned email address will be listed. Questions about your Pace email address, Pace Internet services, or the email directory may be directed to the Computer Resource Centers at these locations and telephone numbers: New York City Campus One Pace Plaza, Room W202 (212) 346–1698 Pleasantville Willcox Hall, 2nd floor (914) 773–3642 White Plains Graduate Center Room 432 (914) 422–4167
Based on the New York City, campus MTV-U is a nationally distributed entertainment and information television network produced specifically for the collegiate audience. MTV-U's primary goal is to provide enlightening news and entertainment, the latest music videos, artist interviews, career segments, academic stories, political vignettes, lifestyle features, and on-air promotions.
MTV-U produces customized news and sports segments with CNN and has a customized messaging system accessible via the Internet. Also, watch MTV-U for the latest Pace news, activities, and events schedules. MTV-U broadcasts 24-hours a day, seven days a week in the Spotlight, Café 101, Eddie Layton Student Union, and in the physical fitness room on the New York City campus.