On Track for Spring
When is the last day to add a class? How do I add a minor? Can I still switch my major? If you’ve got any of these questions, this article is for you. Read on to learn more about important dates and deadlines and get the how-tos on advising.
Important Dates for Spring 2020
Add/drop. Withdrawal with or without approval. Last day to file a pass/fail audit. Get out your calendars and pay attention because here are the important dates and deadlines you need to know for this semester.
Spring Semester Advising Appointments
Staying on track for graduation in four years is the goal. Get in touch—and stay in touch—with your advisor throughout the semester. Make your appointment for spring advising now. Don’t wait for the spring registration period. Don’t know who your advisor is? Get their name and contact info through Degree Works or by emailing.
About 80% of textbooks on both campuses are available for rent from the Pace Bookstore. They will also price match from competitors like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more if you go to their site. Some of the most expensive and commonly used textbooks are on reserve in both the Birnbaum and Mortola Library, too. The Dean for Students Office also sends out an email every August regarding details about textbook scholarships.
Undecided About, or Switching, a Major?
Psychology. Accounting. Film and screen studies. If you haven’t chosen a major—or are considering a change in major, it’s time to speak to an advisor. If you’re exploring options for majors, minors and/or combined degree programs, the Advising Center for Exploring Majors can help!
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Mikayla Martin ’23 is a passionate advocate for destigmatizing mental health. She wants to leverage her experience and empathy by becoming a licensed behavior analyst, and to help as many people as possible. Little known fact: did you know she was born in Germany?
The Behavior Analyst
Starting Monday, October 19, we’re kicking off National Transfer Appreciation week with both virtual and socially distanced events. From Career Services workshops to advising and registration tutorials to the Transfer Student Social, we’re all about celebrating our Pace transfer students!
Transfer Student Appreciation Week 2020
Ever wanted to learn how to make games? What about pick up a few coding skills? On Friday, October 9, you’re invited to sign up for an exclusive Seidenberg coding workshop. No previous experience required!
Game Programming with Unity