Housing and Residential Life

Undergraduate Housing
There are four residence halls that offer the New York City undergraduate students a variety of housing options. New York City accommodations are in Maria's Tower at One Pace Plaza, Fulton Hall at 106 Fulton Street, and in leased properties that include The St. George-Weller Building, Clark and 55 John Street. There are seven on-campus undergraduate residence halls on the Pleasantville-Briarcliff campus which include three residence halls on the Pleasantville campus (Martin Hall, North Hall, and the Townhouses) that offer both traditional style residence halls as well as apartment style housing, and four residence halls on the Briarcliff campus (Dow Hall, Hillside House, New Dorm, and Valley House), two traditional style buildings and two suite style options with semi-private bathrooms.  Only students who are enrolled as full-time matriculated students are eligible for on campus housing.

Graduate Housing
Pace University offers housing for graduate students at each of its main campuses. In New York City, graduate students are housed in Fulton Hall, The St. George-Weller Building, and 55 John Street (graduate students in NYC may be placed with undergraduate, non-first-year students). Graduate students enrolled at the Westchester campuses are housed at New Dorm Hall on the Briarcliff campus or a limited number at Dannat Hall in White Plains. Eligible graduate students must be matriculated and enrolled full-time, with a course load of at least nine credits per semester. For more information on the Graduate Housing option for Pleasantville - Briarcliff - White Plains,  click here.

On the right, please select a campus for more information.

New York City:
Housing and Residential Life
Fulton Hall, 2nd floor
Phone: (212) 346-1295
Fax: (212) 346-1296
E-mail: nyhousing@pace.edu

Westchester Housing (Pleasantville - Briarcliff - White Plains):
Housing and Residential Life
Howard Johnson Hall, Room 1-09
Phone: (914) 923-2791
Fax: (914) 923-2792
E-mail: westchesterhousing@pace.edu