Transfer Student Appreciation Week 2020
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!
Now more than ever before, students are choosing to transfer to schools that fit their unique needs and goals for the future, and we celebrate our Setters who have selected Pace as the next step in their academic journey. Join us for the 2020 National Transfer Appreciation week, which will take place Monday, October 19, through Friday, October 23, to do just that! There will be both virtual and socially distanced events in order to express our appreciation for our transfer students—and it’s all happening across both campuses.
You’ll get a chance to learn more about the tools and resources we offer here at Pace, how to prepare for meetings with your advisor, information about registration for classes, an exclusive workshop with Career Services on how to leverage your experience as a transfer student in the job market, and a whole lot more.
Wondering what to expect at these celebrations? Here’s the lineup:
Monday, October 19
Advisement and Registration Tutorial
12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Meeting ID: 930 0647 6529 Password: 953963
We know it’s not your first time in college, but it’s your first time registering for classes at Pace. Learn about the tools and resources you will need to use in order to prepare for advisement and registration.
Tuesday, October 20
2:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m. | From your RA (PLV Campus); One Pace Plaza (NYC Campus)
Check in with your RA on the PLV Campus or the Student Development and Campus Activities (SDACA) team on the NYC Campus in order to get some free swag in celebration of Transfer Week!
Socially Distanced In-Person Transfer Student Socials
3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | Register to attend the Transfer Student Socials
On both the PLV and NYC campuses, all Pace transfer students are invited to meet up with like-minded folks to chat and make friends. It’s always easier with people who understand your unique perspective on Pace!
Wednesday, October 21
Tau Sigma Meeting
12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Meeting ID: 951 9323 9923 Password: 565219 (PLV Campus); Meeting ID: 912 0314 8468 Password: 112653 (NYC Campus)
Attend the National Transfer Honor Society (Tau Sigma) meeting hosted by your respective campus! You’ll learn more about the great work that they do and how you can get involved.
Thursday, October 22
Strength Finders Workshop: Part II
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Meeting ID: 943 6440 1524 Password: 047057
Join us for an interactive workshop on using the domains of CliftonStrengths to better understand your partners and know how to best work with them. What are they great at? What am I great at? Where do we both struggle? This knowledge helps set your partnerships up for success within a team and in group work. Participation in Part I is not required, but you can view a recording of Part I. Please bring a job description of your dream internship or career in order to participate. And if you have not taken the Strength Finders assessment yet, please email Carolyn Endick for your code.
Studying Abroad as a Transfer Student
3:25 p.m.–4:25 p.m. | Meeting ID: 930 9675 8806 Password: 399925
Yes, you can study abroad as a transfer student! Come hear from our Education Abroad office on how you can make studying abroad a reality.
Friday, October 23
Career Services: The Transfer Student Advantage
12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Meeting ID: 975 3955 1195 | Password: 232562
Learn how to use your transfer experience to your advantage when interviewing for internships and jobs, and be sure to check out the full list of Career Services offerings for October 2020.
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President and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial will be speaking on Monday, October 26, about Black Lives Matter, voting, and how you as a Pace student can continue making a big difference. Let’s keep the conversation going.
Continuing Advocacy and Allyship
The PLV Campus is celebrating National First-Generation Week in a big way! Starting Monday, November 2, we’re kicking off both in-person and virtual events like trivia, giveaways, free professional headshots, and more.
2020 National First-Gen Week (PLV)