Getting Involved on Campus
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."
Career Services aims to get students and alumni “market ready” for internships and full-time employment. They offer services ranging from job search strategies and resources, resume and cover letter reviews, practice interviews, prep on marketing campaigns and branding statements, as well as hosting networking opportunities on and off campus. For questions, email email@example.com or call (212) 346-1950 in New York City or (914) 773-3415 in Pleasantville.
Being a commuter student doesn’t mean you can’t get involved on campus. Check out Commuter Life in Pleasantville which provides information about programs, events, and resources for commuter students to get involved on campus. For NYC students, there is a discount for those using NJ Transit.
Dean for Students
The Dean for Students plays a key role in developing an engaged and responsible community, and in communicating the interests and concerns of students to University leadership. The Dean for Students is responsible for many areas of student life such as residence life, student development, campus activities, community standards, wellness programs, counseling services, and services for students with disabilities. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 346-1306 for the New York City Campus, and email@example.com or (914) 773-3351 for the Pleasantville Campus.
Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Under the leadership of the Chief Diversity Officer, the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is committed to creating and sustaining a welcoming and just campus climate for all members of Pace University through inclusive policies, practices, and programming. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education Abroad (Study Abroad)
Pace Education Abroad is here to guide you in all of your study abroad interests! Explore your many opportunities including faculty-led programs, semester study, short-term programs, international internships, research, clinical observations, and service learning. To learn more about study abroad opportunities at Pace, see their FAQ, email email@example.com, or call (212) 346-1368.
English Conversation Partner Program
English Language Institute (ELI) students represent more than 30 countries and are eager to improve their English skills for personal, professional, and academic success. Besides improving their English, they’re also VERY excited to make a new friend! The ELI Conversation Partner Program is perfect for students who are interested in making a new friend, planning to study abroad, or excited to learn about a new culture and language! Email Daniel Lenkowsky, director of Enrollment Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Greek Life at Pace
Greek Life complements the co-curricular experience by providing numerous opportunities for personal growth, networking, relationship building, leadership development, academic success, and more. Learn more about fraternities and sororities on the NYC Campus and the Pleasantville Campus.
Hone your leadership and advocacy skills through a variety of short- and long-term programs including peer leadership, Spirit Ambassadors, Orientation leaders, and more. Check out the opportunities on the NYC Campus or the Pleasantville Campus.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Asexual, and Ally (LGBTQA) Center exists to create campus environments that are inclusive and supportive of student, staff, and faculty diversity in the areas of sexuality, gender identity, and expression. The office promotes this on all levels for all members of Pace University through advocacy, education, activism, programming, and more.
Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA)
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (ōMA) provides opportunities and venues for Pace students to examine, discuss, collaborate, and develop partnerships around themes that perpetuate (un)checked power, privilege, marginalization, bigotry, discrimination, and social injustices.
Office of Sexual and Interpersonal Wellness
The Office of Sexual and Interpersonal Wellness provides support and resources for current Pace students who are or have been impacted by sexual assault, and develops on-campus violence prevention initiatives, trainings, and events. The office is directed by a specialist and serves as a confidential resource for students. Peer educators offer programming, workshops, and other learning opportunities throughout the year and are a conﬁdential resource for Pace students.
The Pace Path
In order to be in demand after graduation, you 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 you become the best version of yourself.
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!
Residential Education Pathway
Provides an opportunity for residential students on the NYC Campus to actively participate in experiences that build skills and good habits essential to future success.
Residential Life and Housing (ORLH)
ORLH is dedicated to creating a safe living environment that encourages students to grow and learn. They are committed to providing support through facilities, programming, and staff to guide students on their path to success. Their programming values are centered on developing students’ independence, interdependence, and personal accountability to self and others. For inquiries related to the New York City Campus, contact email@example.com or (212) 346-1295. For inquiries related to the Pleasantville Campus, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 597-8777.
Student Development and Campus Activities
Student Development and Campus Activities engages students in campus life in New York City and Pleasantville by promoting a broad range of social and community-building programs, leadership programs, and personal development opportunities. They advise nearly 100 student organizations on campus. Their purpose is to develop students into responsible, well-rounded, and self-reliant individuals and to enhance the campus experience for all students. To contact Student Development and Campus Activities on your campus, email email@example.com or call (212) 346-1590 in New York City, or email SDCA@pace.edu or call (914) 773-3767 in Pleasantville. Please allow 48 hours for replies to emails and voicemails.
Use Pace’s online platform to join 100+ clubs and organizations, connect with like-minded peers, and learn about events happening on campus or virtually. Check out the SetterSync platform for the NYC Campus or the Pleasantville Campus.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student Government Association serves as the voice of and advocates for the student body by recognizing student needs, identifying potential solutions to reach resolutions, and executing projects to improve the University as a whole. All students are encouraged to attend their weekly meetings and/or get involved in various initiatives. Learn more about SGA on the NYC Campus or Pleasantville Campus.
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.
Wilson Center for Entrepreneurship
Offers experiential programs including summer-funded internships in social enterprise and the nonprofit/public service sector; and opportunities for leadership positions, social ventures, career panels, conferences, and individualized advisement for students pursuing social entrepreneurship and the nonprofit sector.