At Pace, we seek to offer as many resources for students as possible.
Some of the academic resources available to you are:
Academic Adviser Resources
Students can utilize their academic advisor as a starting point for advice, problem resolution, and most importantly, staying on track for graduation. Each student has access to professional advisors for their school, as well as a faculty advisor for their program. If you are unsure of who your advisor is, please find them by school in the A-Z Index.
Career Services advising is available to all students at Pace University. They are here to help students with resumes, finding internships and job placement. Students who are seeking opportunities should contact Career Services to find out when the next information session is!
The libraries at Pace are here to help students excel in their studies, from providing a quiet workspace or a computer to knowledgeable librarians who can assist with research. Each campus has it's own library with access to online journals, inter-library loan, and extended hours.
Office for Student Success
The Office for Student Success can assist students when they don't know where to turn for answers. For Veteran Students, we are your Liaisons to Pace. We are here to assist you in interpreting Pace's systems, structure, rules and regulations. We are also available to enhance communication between you, our students, and Pace Administration. If you have questions, we have answers.
Tutoring at Pace
Tutoring is an important part of being a student, and at Pace, we encourage every student to utilize the Tutoring Center for assistance with their classes. With flexible scheduling and peer-tutoring, the Tutoring Center seeks to enhance your academic experience so that you can achieve your goals at Pace.
Writing Center at Pace
The Writing Center is available to students who need help with any aspect of writing, from grammar and spelling to formatting. This is a judgment-free space for students to take advantage of professional writing assistance.
First Year Programming
The Office of First Year Programming can help new students decide on a path and direct them to special resources for first-year students.