Choate House on the Pace Pleasantville campus

The Westchester Faculty Council is committed to the future health and growth of a University to which we are all committed.

The opportunity for experiential learning has been the hallmark of Pace University in its Undergraduate and Graduate degree programs.

The Undergraduate programs offer the opportunity to educate students for life. We have five specific schools for such education, all of which require a common arts and sciences core.

  • The Dyson College of Arts and Sciences opens its students to an appreciative experience of life; the school also offers courses of studies which educate students for specific endeavors such as video/audio production and the theater.
  • The Lubin School of Business directs its students to professional accounting, general accounting, finance, management, marketing, and general business studies.
  • The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems trains students in the specific discipline of the school.
  • The School of Education focuses students on teaching and allied careers.
  • The College of Health Professions prepares students for careers in nursing, physician assistant, communication disorder sciences, diet and nutrition, occupational therapy, and health sciences.

The Graduate programs, including the Law School curriculum, specifically offer opportunities for experiential learning in specialized fields.

The focus of the faculty, and therefore the Westchester Faculty Council, is on the health and well-being of our University, which we foster through experiential curriculum and our relationships with students.