Other Campus Resources
This calendar outlines all important academic dates and holidays throughout the entire academic year (fall, winter session, spring, and summer).
Academic Integrity Code (PDF)
This document outlines Pace’s philosophy of Academic Integrity and the Academic Integrity Code, as well as, actions that can be taken if not adhered to.
Auxiliary Services will be able to help you with your ID card, BankMobile refunds, campus dining and meal plans, as well as questions pertaining to the bookstore, vending machines, and student mail services. For questions, email email@example.com or call (877) 722-3431.
Discrimination, Non-sex Based Harassment and Retaliation Policies and Procedures (PDF)
This document details Pace’s policies on, and commitment to, working and learning environment that is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.
The Educational Media Centers (EMC) provide media and technical support and expertise to the instructional process at Pace University. This includes assisting the faculty and students in their academic endeavors. The Centers also keep abreast of technological advances in the media field in order to enhance the quality of education offered by the University.
Facilities and Maintenance Requests
Is the toilet running? Need assistance with moving furniture? Pace Facilities is here to help! Pace University’s new work order system makes getting things done fast and easy. Create a work order using the online request form. Please note, a connection to Pace's Internet network is necessary for the link to work.
Use Pace’s HelpDesk for assistance with tech issues (e.g., email, username and password, connecting devices), financial aid, student accounts, and so much more.
IT Self-Help Knowledge Base
Find useful how-to articles with step-by-step instructions and information on a range of Pace systems, resources, and FAQs.
Information Technology Services (ITS)
ITS delivers a wide range of IT support and services to meet students’ needs, including password resets, email account assistance, and more. Please see ITS’ FAQ for common issues. ITS representatives are also available by phone, email, live chat, and at walk-in centers to assist with technology related questions or concerns. For assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 773-3333.
Meal Plans and Campus Dining
An array of meal plans and meal plan options are designed to suit each Pace student. Meal plans vary and work for incoming first-year students or full-time commuters. See your options for meal plans, Flex dollars, and dining.
The PaceSafe App provides the Pace Community with important safety alerts and access to campus safety resources—instantly. Special features include: COVID-19 self-assessment; incident reporting; events/training; safety notifications; friend walks; emergency procedures; campus maps; emergency contacts; and more!
Parking and Traffic Regulations
Learn more about parking on our Pleasantville and Haub Law campuses, parking decals, and more.
Remote Learning and Working
This 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.
Safety and Security
Their experienced staff and uniformed security guards are available around the clock to help ensure the safety and security of the Pace Community. The department provides security response, access control, after-hours security escorts, and emergency alerts to help keep those in our community safe and informed. Be sure to stay connected with Pace’s Office of Safety and Security by downloading the PaceSafe app and registering for emergency alerts. To contact the Safety and Security Office , dial (212) 346-1800 for New York City, (914) 773-3400 in Pleasantville, or (914) 422-4300 for Haub Law.
Sex-based Misconduct Policy and Procedure (PDF)
This document details Pace’s policy on, and commitment to, providing a safe environment for every member of its community and to ensuring that no student, faculty or staff member is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of any University program or activity on the basis of sex.
Student Handbook and Code of Conduct
The student handbook contains key information on policies, procedures, schools, academic services, student affairs, and code of conduct.