PaceBound Essential Guide
Welcome to Pace! We’re so excited to meet you in Fall 2020. In the meantime, check out this handy guide for incoming Setters to familiarize yourself with all things student life, resources, opportunities, and more.
We’re so excited to welcome you to Pace University! You are about to join an active community of scholars, learners, and leaders. Whether you are a resident student, commuter student, or transfer student, we are confident you will make many connections at Orientation that will continue throughout your Pace career. Let’s get started, Setters!
Please review the following guide, which provides a brief overview of student life on both the PLV and NYC campuses, as well as services and resources we provide. We’re here to help you learn and explore through meeting new people and experiencing new things. This is the start of your academic journey here, and we couldn’t be happier to have you join the Pace Community. Let’s dig in, shall we?
Events on Campus
Attending events on campus is a great way to get involved in the community. You’ll meet new people, create memories that will last a lifetime, and really get a feel for what being a Pace student is all about. Whether you’re going to watch a football game or a stand-up performance, these events are a great opportunity to get the most out of your time at college. Events are hosted by different student organizations, offices on campus, and educational departments. Each student organization hosts events that they are passionate about and reflect their mission.
Learn more about events on campus by keeping an eye on the following:
- >> The Pulse, Pace’s student newsletter;
- >> SetterSync for either the PLV Campus or NYC Campus;
- >> Pace’s social media accounts @PaceUniversity; or
- >> The Centers for Student Development and Campus Activities on Instagram for either the PLV Campus (SDCA) or NYC Campus (SDACA).
Review the New Student Checklist for important steps regarding account activation, access to systems, familiarizing policies, and more. ITS representatives are also available by phone and email to assist you with any technology related questions or concerns. ITS provides remote, onsite, and walk-in service for hardware and software issues for Pace owned equipment. You can also submit online ticket requests for areas such as facilities, financial aid, Human Resources, IT, OSA, and get updates or track your ticket status.
You will use MyPace Portal to access information about Pace activities, events, and news. In addition, the Portal will give you access to your courses, accounts, financial aid, registration, grades, and much more! It’s available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Follow these instructions to log on and get started using the Portal.
- Academic Programs
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Advisement
- Advising Center for Exploring Majors
- Athletics and Recreation
- Career Services
- Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR)
- Colleges and Schools
- Computer Labs
- Dining Services (NYC)
- Dining Services (PLV)
- Disabilities and Accommodations
- Extended Hours for Students
- Financial Aid
- Global Pathways
- Health Services
- Housing and Residential Life
- ITS Help Desk
- International Students
- Learning Center
- LGBTQA Center
- New Student IT Resources
- NJ Transit Monthly Pass
- Office of First Year Experience
- Office of Multicultural Affairs, NYC
- Office of Student Assistance (OSA)
- Pace One Card
- PaceAlert System
- Pforzheimer Honors College
- Safety and Security
- Scholarships and Grants
- Sexual Assault Resources
- Student Development and Campus Activities (NYC)
- Student Development and Campus Activities (PLV)
- Student Grievance Procedures
- Student Handbook
- Student Health Insurance
- Student IT Resources
- Student Organizations and Clubs
- Study Abroad
- Summer Session
- Transfer Student Services
- White Pages
- Writing Center
- Student Resources
- Student Success Tools
- Emergency Notifications
- Schedule Explorer
- Textbook Lookup Utility
Criminology. History of Health Care: Social Justice. Media and Gender. The Social History of Sports in the US. Men and Masculinities. The Planet Earth. Catch up on credits by registering for January Intersession. You could earn 3 credits in 4 weeks!
January Intersession 2021
Vice President of qSTEM and student mentor Jack Bonnelycke ’21 is a software developer for Seidenberg Creative Labs. He also participated in the New York Design Factory, having traveled to Finland to develop a mobile app for an actual company. Yeah. He’s been busy.
The Back-end Engineer
Every year, Pace offers important leadership positions to the students who are looking to make an impact on their community. Apply for the opportunity to help guide incoming first-year students as an Orientation Leader and advocate for inclusivity as a Queer Leader.
2021 Open Leadership Positions