You helped make a difference in our lives.
Now let us make a difference in yours.
Pace University honors the commitment and sacrifices our brave soldiers demonstrate during times of crises and are firmly committed to assisting veteran students in pursuing higher education.
Pace is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a provider of online bachelors program for veterans. We are also ranked among the top 50 Best for Vets College by Military Times and have been selected by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2017 - the seventh year in a row we have received this honor, which is awarded to only 20% of U.S. colleges, universities, and trade schools.
We can provide you financial assistance through our Veterans Scholarship which can cover half your tuition (in fall and spring semesters) for full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students.
Admitted veteran students are eligible to receive need-based financial aid from Pace as well as benefits offered by the GI Bill®. As of the fall of 2009, veteran students may also be eligible to receive full coverage of tuition through our Yellow Ribbon Program.
For further information, please explore our scholarships listed in the menu to the left. We also encourage you to visit the official website for Today's GI Bill®.
Ranked in the Best Online Bachelor's Program for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report
Selected by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military-Friendly School for 2017 and selected by Military Times as a Best for Vets for 2017.
Accelerate your admission to Pace University by coming to Military Mondays. The Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Admission will be hosting Accelerated Admission Days for veteran, reservist, and active duty military applicants.
Check back for upcoming dates.
Pace Student Veteran Story
Matt Mainzer, a U.S. Marine and Pace student veteran, shares his story on New York's PIX11
Net Price Calculator
Veteran, active duty, and reservist applicants are encouraged to use Pace’s Net Price Calculator, which is designed to provide full-time undergraduate applicants and their families with annual education costs and an estimation of their Financial Aid package, including specific federal, state and Pace-based aid. The estimation is based on the assumption that the student will complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and can document federal education benefits coverage if applicable.
iPace Degree Completion Program
Have you heard about our iPace Online Bachelor's Degree Completion Program? Accelerate your career and finish your degree now!
Have a question about GI, Billing and Payment or Registration? Check out our FAQ's.
Have a question but not sure who to call? Contact Veterans Admission.