First year students enrolled in UNV 101 have their UNV 101 instructor as their advisor throughout their first year. Academic Advisors for students beyond their first year are available to support students on both campuses from 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. Students can contact their academic advisor directly through the contact information provided on each school’s Advisement webpage. Students who do not know their advisor can consult Degree Works in Portal, confirm through “My Success Network” in OnTrack, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Academic Calendar outlines all important academic dates and holidays throughout the entire academic year (fall, winter session, spring, and summer).
Academic Integrity Code
The Academic Integrity Code (PDF) outlines Pace’s philosophy of Academic Integrity and the Academic Integrity Code, as well as, actions that can be taken if not adhered to.
Advising Center for Exploring Majors
The Advising Center for Exploring Majors helps students make informed and realistic decisions about passions, values, and skills as they relate to a major at Pace. When guiding students to choose a major, the goal is to be mindful of the life students want and the work they are inspired to do.
Alumni-Student Mentoring Program
In the spirit of Setters helping Setters, the Neil S. Braun Student Mentoring Program connects current students with Pace alumni to offer everything from life hacks to in-depth career advice to networking in the industry they want to someday break into. Pairs can meet and chat through whatever medium suits them best: email, phone, direct message (DM), or even in person—all it takes is that initial "hello."
Center for Community Action and Research
The Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) offers opportunities for civic engagement through community service, political engagement, and social justice programming. In addition to planning group volunteering events for the Pace community, we provide referrals for students looking to volunteer independently throughout the city (and fulfill volunteer hour requirements!). Our Pace Votes team works to register and empower student voters at Pace. CCAR also offers leadership opportunities including work study positions, Vote Everywhere Ambassadors, FACES Teaching Assistants, and volunteer interns. We always welcome students bringing us their ideas for engaging with social justice issues so that we can work together to take action!
Degree Works is a web-based academic reporting and advising tool that outlines the requirements of a particular program and the paths to complete them. It is currently only available to a select undergraduate student population, in addition to faculty, advisors, and staff of the Pace Community.
Endowed Scholarships are made possible through the generosity of Pace alumni and friends, as well as corporations and foundations. These benefactors have a strong belief in the importance of a Pace education for a student’s future success. There are over 250 endowed and restricted scholarships available. Applications are reviewed on a first come first service basis and awards are made according to availability of funding.
Inspiring Futures provides free comprehensive educational and counseling services to all students who have been part of the foster care system for any part of their lives (and/or who were adopted or raised by someone other than their biological parents). This includes individualized tutoring; coaching on study skills and time management; connection to on-campus resources; navigating college in general; and individual counseling. For more information, visit Inspiring Futures or email Assistant Provost, Special Projects and Retention Initiatives Sue Maxam at email@example.com.
International Students and Scholars
International Students and Scholars staff assist Pace’s international student population with immigration and acculturation issues and provide globally-themed programs for the entire Pace Community. Request an appointment as an international student. For more information about academic programs and free tutoring services for international students, visit the IAS website or email IAS@pace.edu.
The Learning Commons
The Learning Commons (LC) offers tutoring services in multiple subject areas including Writing, Mathematics, the sciences, Economics, Finance, Accounting, and many others. The Learning Commons maintains a supportive academic environment. Students are encouraged to use the drop-in services and work in small groups within the Commons. The LC offers academic skills workshops, mentoring, and exam reviews, as well as individual tutoring where you can work with a knowledgeable tutor to discuss difficult concepts.
Pace University Library services include reference and research consultation and assistance; email, text, or chat reference services; Interlibrary loan; CNY and METRO Libraries consortium services; formal classroom group instruction services on research methods and library resources; facilities for class presentation practices and intercampus teleconferencing; circulating laptops and other electronic devices; digital repository; video tutorials; and research guides. Extended hours during midterms and finals.
New Student Experience and Transitions
New Student Experience and Transitions is comprised of the First-Year Experience and Transfer Student Experience offices and is committed to providing a comprehensive and collaborative approach to ensure the personal and academic success of new first-year and transfer students. New Student Experience and Transitions provides guidance, support, and advocacy for new students to create a solid foundation for success and to become active members of the Pace Community.
The Pace Path
In order to be in demand after graduation, students must be able to smoothly transition from the classroom to the real world—this is where the Pace Path comes in. By combining Pace’s strong academics with internships, clinical placements, student teaching experiences, research opportunities, and other resume-building experiences, the Pace Path helps students become the best version of themselves.
Prestigious Award Opportunities
Offers support and assistance for students and alumni seeking grants/external funding for their research, scholarship, experiential, and creative activities. Learn more about prestigious fellowships and awards like the Fulbright, Gilman, Truman, and many more!
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for course scheduling, degree audit and verification, diplomas, transcripts, transfer credit evaluation, and grades.
The best way to get assistance with any of these areas is to submit a support request through the Help Desk. Please include your Pace email address and UID. For more information, please see the Registrar’s FAQ.
Remote Learning and Working
Pace's Remote Learning and Working site offers pertinent information and guidance for accessing coursework and attending virtual classes as well as resources, services, and policies that will enable students to succeed in their classes.
Student Handbook and Code of Conduct
The student handbook and code of conduct contains key information on policies, procedures, schools, academic services, student affairs, and code of conduct.
Undergraduate research is a faculty-mentored inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that seeks to make a scholarly or creative contribution to a field of knowledge. The Center for Undergraduate Research Experiences (CURE) in the Office of Research offers a central location for information about undergraduate research throughout the Schools and Colleges of Pace University. Learn about student programs, funding, and resources.
Veterans Services at Pace is here to support veteran students as they navigate the transition to the classroom. As an active duty or veteran student, Pace’s Veterans Services is the point of contact for interaction with other University departments like Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and more. See Veterans Services FAQ or learn more about military and veteran education benefits. To contact Veterans Services, email firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 773-3333.