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Use the Pace Advantage to Work Toward Greatness

New York City and Westchester County


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Superior professional education Two strategic New York locations Robust scholarships and financial aid

Just wrapping up her sophomore year, { Kristie Dash 14, Communications } already has more experience than many professionals with coveted internships at Harpers Bazaar,

Fashion Week, NBCs Peacock Productions, Celebuzz, and Teen Vogue. But thats not all the communications
major has taken advantage of during her time at Pace. The Presidential and Honors Scholar has also danced in Times Square with Ne-Yo, been an extra on Gossip Girl, and met role models like Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Cutrone. This summer, her job with the Housing Department at Pace also offered her free room and board so she could accept her dream position: an internship with E! News. Pace seemed to be the perfect t for me because of its amazing Career Services program and its overall atmosphereManhattan being its campus, says Kristie. Watch Kristie talk about her experience at Pace or check out her blog at www.pace.edu/kristie.

There is greatness within us all. Sometimes you just need the right opportunity to find it.

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Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Welcome to Pace University.

School of Education

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Lubin School of Business

College of Health Professions

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Pforzheimer Honors College

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Pace University admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

Degree Programs (Majors) Inside Cover Career Preparation 8 New York City Campus 12 Westchester Campus 14 Academics at a Glance 16 Lubin School of Business 18 Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems 22 Dyson College of Arts and Sciences 26 College of Health Professions 30 School of Education 32 Pforzheimer Honors College 34 International Study 36 Study Abroad 37 Featured Faculty 38 NYC Clubs 42 Star Power at Pace 43 Student Life: NYC Map 44 Westchester Clubs 46 Athletics 47 Student Life: Westchester Map 48 Fast Facts about Pace 50 Financial Aid/Tuition 52 Admission Dates 54

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Accelerated Combined and Dual Degrees** (four- and five-year programs)

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Accounting General Accounting Public Accounting (five-year program) Acting * American Studies Applied Psychology and Human Relations Art Art History Arts and Science (undecided) Biochemistry Biology Biology Pre-professional Occupational Therapy Optometry Physical Therapy Podiatry Biological Psychology Business (undecided) Business Economics Chemistry Chemistry Pre-Professional Chemical Engineering Commercial Dance* Communication Arts and Journalism Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Studies Communications Computer Science Criminal Justice Directing
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Film and Screen Studies Finance Forensic Science General Business History Information SystemsBusiness Information Systems Computer Science Information Technology International Management Language, Culture, and World Trade Latin American Studies Liberal Studies# Management Arts and Entertainment Management
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BA in Adolescent Education and MSEd in Adolescent Education BA in Applied Psychology and Human Relations and MS in Counseling BA in Applied Psychology and Human Relations and MS in Mental Health Counseling BA in Biology and MST in Adolescent Education BA in Biology and JD in Law BA in Childhood Education and MSEd in Adolescent Education BA in Communications and JD in Law BA in Computer Science and MS in Computer Science

BA in History and MPA in Public Administration BA in History (Social Studies) and MST in Adolescent Education BA in Mathematics and MST in Adolescent Education BA in Modern Languages and Cultures (Spanish) and MS in Publishing BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and JD in Law BA in Political Science and JD in Law BA in Political Science and Master of Public Administration BA in Psychology and MA in Psychology BA in Psychology and MS in Counseling BA in Psychology and MS in Mental Health Counseling BA in Spanish and MST in Adolescent Education BBA in Public Accounting and MBA in Public Accounting BBA in Public Accounting and MS in Financial Management BBA in Public Accouting and MS in Taxation BS in Biology and MS in Environmental Science BS in Computer Science and MS in Software Development and Engineering BS in Criminal Justice and JD in Law

BA in Computer Science and MS in Information Systems BA in Computer Science and MS in Telecommunications

Business Management Entrepreneurship Hospitality and Tourism Management Human Resources Management Marketing Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications Global Marketing Management Mathematics Modern Languages and Cultures Musical Theater
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BA in Economics and MPA in Public Administration BA in English and MST in Adolescent Education

BA in English and JD in Law BA in English and MS in Publishing BA in Environmental Studies and JD in Law BA in Environmental Studies and MPA in Public Administration BA in History and JD in Law

Nursing (four-year program) Personality and Social Psychology Philosophy and Religious Studies Physics Political Science Professional Studies # Psychology Quantitative Business Analysis Sociology-Anthropology Spanish Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities Theater Arts* Acting Commercial Dance Design and Technical Theater Directing Womens and Gender Studies


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Economics Education, Adolescent Biology Chemistry Earth Science English History/Social Studies Mathematics Education (undecided) Education, Childhood English English and Communications English Language and Literature Environmental Science

Auditions are required. Allied health programs are offered in conjunction with Columbia University, New York State College of Optometry, New York Medical College, and New York College of Podiatric Medicine. A 3/2 program in conjunction with Manhattan College and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Program requires students to choose a second major based on the subject they choose to teach. Transfer and adult students only. Offered online. Combined degree programs have separate admission and enrollment requirements. Please contact the Ofce of Undergraduate Admission for more details. Students who wish to enroll in the combined degree program usually do so in their junior or senior year at Pace and are required to meet a minimum GPA. Students can choose to major in Literacy, Special Education, or Educational Technology at the MSEd level.

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Pre-med and pre-law tracks are preparatory for medical school or law school, respectively.

Theres no better way to prepare for the real world than by living in it.
What are you doing for the next four years? Whataboutyou doing for a portfolio manager for Smith Barney, How are working with the next four years?
producing working with a portfolio manager for Smith Barney, How aboutreality television shows for MTV, or teaching at a middle school in reality television shows for conducting cancer a middle producing New York City? What aboutMTV, or teaching at research, being in New York City? an investment bank on Wall research, school a data analyst forWhat about conducting cancer Street, or creating software programs for IBM? being a data analyst for an investment bank on Wall Street, or creating software programs for IBM? choose, youll be challenged No matter which Pace campus you academically. Plus our highly you choose, our highly respected No matter which Pace campusrespected internship programthe largest in programthe largest in metropolitan to incredible internship metropolitan New Yorkopens the doors New York work the doors to long before you graduate. With the worlds top opensopportunities incredible work opportunities long before you companies right at your doorstepand the unparalleled internship graduate. With the worlds top companies right at your doorstep culture in New Yorkjust imagine the in New youll build in four and the unparalleled internship culture resumeYorkjust imagine years. Of course, you in four years. Of working. Youll still have the resume youll build wont always be course, you wont always plenty of time to still have sights and sounds of the greatest city be working. Youlltake in theplenty of time to take in the sights and in the worldjust outside in the worldjust outside your door sounds of the greatest city your door or a short train ride away. or a short train ride away.

{{ Danielle A. Davis 12, Communication Studies }} New York City Danielle A. Davis 13, Communication Studies New York City

The Pace academic experience prepares you for the greatest test of allthe day you graduate and start your first professional job.
Youll never lose sight of your end goalyour professors wont let you. Theyll push you to excel beyond your own expectations. Theyll challenge you at every turn to think, feel, experience, debate, and listen. Theyll be your sounding board, your mentors, your counselors, and your friends. But then again, they have the perfect setting: the Pace classroom. Its inspiring, interactive, and challenging. Every day, Pace offers real-life lessons that will leave you feeling proud, condent, and equipped with the tools and experience to succeed in life. Its not surprising. Our rigorous academics prepare you to take on the world.

lot of what I teach comes from recent research accounting

To understand the world, we have to broaden perspectives. I dont really use textbooks; a

Instead of reporting from your desk, how about reporting from the field? Students in Professor Maria Luskays media and communication arts class, like { Pedro Rivera 12, Communications }, traveled to Holland to shoot a documentary on the American Ambassador. The film, The Life of an American Ambassador: The Netherlands, was chosen as Best in Category for Documentary in the 2010 Indie Short Film Competition. With an average class size of 18 students, Pace professors have the time to focus on individuals and provide unique opportunities such as this. Watch the students in action and follow their blogs as they travel the world at: www.pace.edu/travel.

scandals, the nancial crisis I focus more on reality. Theres a lot of participation in my classes, and a lot of outside reading from newspapers and journals.
Matthew R. Morey, PhD Professor of Finance and NYSE Scholar

CAREER PREPARATION

Combine classroom theory and


One of the top 20 colleges in the U.S. that will make you rich. Top 10 university in the U.S. for placing undergraduates in internships.

on-the-job experience.

Who hires Pace students?


Apple Credit Suisse Dannon Company Deloitte & Touche Ernst & Young Goldman Sachs IBM JPMorgan Chase Kenneth Cole KPMG Morgan Stanley Smith Barney MTV NYC Department of Education PepsiCo PricewaterhouseCoopers Memorial Sloan-Kettering WABC-TV Westchester Medical Center Sony Music

For a complete list, see www.pace.edu/careers

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{ Alexandra C. White 11, Marketing } started at Pace as an accounting major. After a TV stint on The Biggest Loser, she realized her real love was marketing and landed an internship at MTV.

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jobs and internships posted at Pace for students

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employers in the tri-state area sponsor Pace students

10%
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higher than national average

undergraduate students who are employed by graduation Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers

alumni hold executive-level positions (president, CEO, CFO, etc.) within their organizations

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students participate in internships, practicums, and eld work experiences

No one can teach you to be great.


Challenged by exceptional academics and outstanding professional opportunities, youll work toward greatness every day at Pace.
Work toward greatness is not simply a tagline at Pacewe live and breathe it every day. How? Well let a few of our students tell you.
Caitlin (p. 18) You must have the courage to become the person that you think you are meant to be, and I believe that Pace encourages students to pursue their dreams and passions and provides them with the skills they need to get there. Valerie (p. 22) There are opportunities everywherein life and at Pace. You just have to look for the ones that are right for you. Brandon (p. 28) The knowledge and performance level Ive obtained is amazing and life changing. My faculty mentor is constantly helping me grow as a dancer, a professional, and a person. Without her training, I would not have maintained the stamina and vigor for my job as a swing on tour [for In the Heights].
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Andrew (p. 30) Working toward greatness means strategically mapping out your academic career, class by class, semester by semester, year by year. If all the planning and prioritizing is done already, success will fall into place. Hatsue (p. 32) Greatness is unique for each person. To me, it means a fulfilling, happy, successful life. Everyone desires to achieve happiness: receiving an education is working toward that goal. We never stop learning; we never stop looking for ways to improve ourselves and the world.

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Whether you are interning on Wall Street or studying sustainable tourism in Brazil, Pace will help you find your opportunity to excel. Last year, { Ryan Kibel 12, Hospitality and Tourism Management } helped launch and manage Paces student-run restaurant, Rio.

New York City Majors >


Pace NYC students study and work right in the middle of the greatest city on earth.

New York City Campus


You could spend the next four years exploring New York City and never have the same experience twice. Or you could find your favorite neighborhood haunt and make it your home away from home. Whatever youre looking for, youll find it in New York City, home to 8 million peopleand to more than 5,000 Pace undergraduate students. Pace NYC is located in the heart of the Financial District in lower Manhattan, with internship and work opportunities just steps away and the world right at your doorstep. The Tribeca Film FestivalChinatownMidtown Ellis IslandThe Metropolitan Museum of Art Battery Parkthe list of places and things to do is virtually endless. Plus, theres so much going on right on campus; its a city in itself. Connect with friends at the Eddie Layton Student Union, Mortola Courtyard, or Caf 101. Sign up for intramurals or take a Zumba class in the gym. Take a break in your residence hall; we offer a wide variety of housing options, including Marias Tower right at One Pace Plaza, Fulton Hall, 55 John Street, and our new residence hall at Broadway and John Street. Need access to a computer in the middle of the night? Check out our 24-hour computer lab at One Pace Plaza. Why would you want to go to school anywhere else? Except maybe our Westchester Campus in Pleasantville, NY, just a short train ride away.
As { Michelle Sanchez 15, Marketing } has discovered, Pace NYC is just a few blocks from the South Street Seaport. So close, its numerous shops, restaurants, marina, and museum are part of our extended campus.

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Accounting General Accounting Public Accounting Acting American Studies Art Art History Biochemistry Biology Biology Pre-Professional Occupational Therapy Optometry Physical Therapy Podiatry Business Economics Chemistry Commercial Dance Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Studies Computer Science Criminal Justice Directing Economics English Language and Literature Environmental Science Environmental Studies Film and Screen Studies Finance Forensic Science General Business History Information SystemsBusiness Information SystemsComputer Science Information Technology International Management Language, Culture, and World Trade Latin American Studies Liberal Studies Management Arts and Entertainment Management Business Management Entrepreneurship Hospitality and Tourism Management Human Resources Management Marketing Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications Global Marketing Management Mathematics Modern Languages and Cultures Musical Theater Philosophy and Religious Studies Political Science Professional Computer Studies Professional Studies Psychology Quantitative Business Analysis Sociology-Anthropology Spanish Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities Theater Arts Acting Commercial Dance Design and Technical Theater Directing Womens and Gender Studies

Westchester Majors >


Experience a traditional college campus, with state-of-the-art facilities and access to Fortune 500 companies.

Westchester Campus
If you are looking for a traditional college atmospherewith a strong campus community, competitive athletics, and an active social scene without sacrificing the newest in technology and access to New Yorks many job opportunities, choose our Westchester Campus in Pleasantville. Here, youll find an inviting community set on 200 acres with several on-campus residence halls, academic buildings including new state-of-theart science labs and video production facilities, Goldstein Health and Fitness Center with an eight-lane swimming pool, and the Kessel Student Center. Just a short distance away, the village of Pleasantville offers retail shops and fine dining, the acclaimed Jacob Burns Film Center, performing arts, and music festivalsall woven together to enrich your University experience. But dont let the serenity of this suburban small-college campus fool you! Pace Westchester is an incubator of thoughtand a powerful engine that will fuel your career. In fact, Westchester County is called the Golden Apple for the richness of its professional opportunities and numerous Fortune 500 companies headquartered in the area. Whats more, New York City is only 30 miles away, with free shuttles to take you from campus to the Metro-North train station in nearby Pleasantville. At Paces Westchester Campus, you can truly have it all.

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Accounting General Accounting Public Accounting American Studies Applied Psychology and Human Relations Art Biochemistry Biology Biological Psychology Business Economics Chemistry Chemistry Pre-Professional Chemical Engineering Communication Arts and Journalism Communications Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics Education, Adolescent Biology Chemistry Earth Science English History/Social Studies Mathematics Education, Childhood English English and Communications Environmental Science Environmental Studies Film and Screen Studies Finance General Business History Information SystemsBusiness Information SystemsComputer Science Information Technology International Management Liberal Studies Management Business Management Entrepreneurship Human Resources Management Marketing Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications Global Marketing Management Mathematics Nursing (four-year program) Personality and Social Psychology Philosophy and Religious Studies Physics Political Science Professional Computer Studies Professional Studies Psychology

At Pace, we know that saving the world involves more than just recycling. From our interdisciplinary Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies to the Westchester Environmental Center with wild animals to the GreenPace committee made up of faculty, staff, and students, we take a global approach to this worldwide concern. Just ask { Diane Saraiva 12, Environmental Science }. Her coursework covered economics, science, ethical and political studies, as well as environmental science and helped prepare her for an internship with the Department of Environmental Conservation.

Campus tours, information, and open houses:

Academics at a Glance
With more than 100 undergraduate majors and combined degree programs spread across two campuses and ve schools and colleges, Pace students have the opportunity to explore their interests and talents and choose a degree thats right for them. Plus with small class sizes, your professors will know your name and your strengths, giving you the personalized attention you need to excel inside and outside of the classroom. At Pace, we invite you to work toward greatness with us.

Small Classes and Endless Opportunities

15:1 100+
student to faculty ratio majors
accelerated bachelors and masters degree programs

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At Our Core
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Critical Thinking

Communication Skills

Community-based Learning and Real-world Skills

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LUBIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

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For { Caitlin Meuser 13, Marketing } campus activities are a way of life. She served as Lubin President as a sophomore and was Executive Vice President of Student Government her junior year. She is currently Lubin Vice President; a marketing representative for Kaplan Test Prep; a peer leader; and has been inducted into Lambda Sigma, Omicron Delta Epsilon and Beta Gamma Sigma. She also took a management field-study course to China in 2011, a marketing fieldstudy course to London and Brussels in 2012, and completed a market research internship with Fuse TV at Madison Square Garden.

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Lubin graduates have

Alumni Snapshot Philip Bleser 81, 84, 94


CEO, Global Corporate BankNorth America, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

proven to be an invaluable resource for our company. We have more than 1,000 Lubin graduates employed at JPMorgan Chase, including myself.

{ Daniel R. Cassidy 12, Marketing } Westchester

More than 100 years old, yet known to be highly innovative


With a wide range of programs from traditional to cutting-edge, Lubin educates students with its unique blend of theory and practice. Pace is known for its leadership in the accounting industry, its entrepreneurial focus, its nationally competitive advertising teams, and its finance majors who ll internships throughout metropolitan New York. Many Lubin faculty are experiential professorsteachers who continue to work in their eld. As a result, our faculty are able to combine real-world experience with critical lessons on the fundamentals of businessincluding economics, nance, marketing, and managementto better prepare students for long-term success in the field. WE STC H E STE R + N EW YO R K C ITY

The true value is when you apply what youve learned in the classroom to the job. My experience managing and working a small business at Pace has truly prepared me to effectively navigate the real-world.

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U.S. News Short List ranked Pace among the

top 10 schools in the country for providing undergraduate students with internships, so its no surprise that most Lubin students have multiple internships prior to graduation, leading to full-time job offers. In fact, recent BBA/MBA graduates had job placement rates of 95%.
Lubin students connect to executives in the classroom as part

Location, location, location


Studying in the business capital of the world, you can enjoy all that the New York City Metropolitan Area has to offer. As part of your classes, you can visit the New York Stock Exchange, see the gold at the Federal Reserve, or intern at top companies like MTV, PepsiCo, NBC, and IBM. Both of our campuses are surrounded by hundreds of companies, many topping the Fortune 100 list. The opportunities outside the classroom are enormous!

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Launched successful student-run caf Pace Perk


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of the Executive in Residence Program and online through Lubins LinkedIn Mentoring Program. With more than 130,000 accomplished alumni and almost 3,000 in the C-suite, our vast network of successful alumni works for you. Join the ranks of accomplished Lubin alumni including: Philip F. Bleser 81, 84, 94, CEO, Global Corporate BankNorth America, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Michael Clinton 83, president, marketing and publishing director, Hearst Magazines; Melvin Karmazin 79, CEO, Sirius XM Radio; William C. Nelson 75, chairman and CEO, HBO; David Pecker 72, chairman and CEO, American Media, Inc.; Ivan G. Seidenberg 86, former chairman and CEO, Verizon; and Paula L. Summa 78, 84, general manager, IBM.com.
Nationally recognized programming gives students an edge

Created the Pace Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs

$50,000

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Working at UBS

in the professional world. Praised for its student focused programs, experience-based learning, nancial capital location, small classes, devoted faculty, and program satisfaction, Lubin is one of an elite group of business schools (less than 2% worldwide) accredited by the AACSB International for both business and accounting.

Average salary for a recent Lubin graduate majoring in general business

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SEIDENBERG SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS

{ Valerie Cayo 14, Computer Science }


was searching for a major that would also allow her to use her mathematics skills. She stumbled upon computer programming and found the perfect fit. Now the Honors College student and Seidenberg Scholar is taking the next step: looking to merge her coursework with real-world work opportunities. Today, Valerie works at Seidenberg Creative Labs, helping to create web applications, websites, and other projects. She is also a member of Kappa Delta sorority, which inspires its members to become women of greatness. For Valerie, opportunities are everywherein life and at Pace.

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Alumni Snapshot

Oz Michaeli 09
Owner, Spiralstorm Games

Most people have to decide between work and play, but when youre a game developer like me, they are one and the same. My Seidenberg education helped me learn the skills I needed to start my own gaming company.

{ Philip Ricciardi 13, Computer Science } with Li-Chiou Chen, PhD, associate professor of Information Technology. Chen works with students who have received grants to study cybersecurity from the Department of Defense and National Science Foundation.

A vision for the future


Imagine where you could land with a degree from Pace. Can you see yourself 10 years from nowa computer analyst for Bloomberg? An FBI agent focused on cybersecurity? Or a web designer for the next big start-up? The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, named after Pace alumnus and former chairman and CEO of Verizon, Ivan G. Seidenberg, offers a broad spectrum of courses ranging from web technologies and game programming to data mining and project management. Our program is also one of only a few nationwide that focuses on pattern recognition, security, and robotics. Recently a team of students developed 3-D vision for the robot Alexandra that may one day help save lives in hospital and military settings. Thats just one of the ways Pace students are seeing things in a new light.

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My internship gave me real experience in the field. I learned about data centers, the importance of keeping services running, and being part of a team.
Competed in the 2011 Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition; student-faculty research project on network security On the executive board of several honor societies and member of the only international honor society in computing

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Designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education, Seidenberg is home to the CyberSecurity Institute and nationally recognized programming that gives students the skills they need. Plus, our strong relationships with national organizations have led to coveted scholarships, internships, and grants from the Department of Defense and National Science Foundation. Cutting-edge coursework in areas such as robotics, gerontechnology, biometrics, and mobile application development gives students the skills for success in a range of elds. In fact, Seidenberg was named 2012 Laureate by the Computerworld Honors Program for visionary applications of information technology, promoting positive social, economic, and educational change. Students connect with industry leaders through the Tech Mentor-in-Residence program, which has brought David McKinnis, CTO and founder of Suretech.com, and Matt Knell 00, director of Social Media for AOL, on campus to talk to current students. Seidenberg is also home to a number of tech conferences including RIMs rst Campus Hackathon and the Agile NYC Conference.

Critical connections
Seidenbergs 90 full- and part-time educators are leaders in their fields. Take Susan M. Merritt, PhD, who received the Martin Luther King Jr. Excellence in Social Justice Award; or Christelle Scharff, PhD, who won an IBM Smarter Planet Faculty Innovation Award for her work in developing mobile applications to promote social change in Africa; or Jean Coppola, PhD, who is pioneering research in gerontechnology and inspiring students in intergenerational computing. The majority of Seidenberg students participate in Paces internship program, the largest in the New York Metropolitan Area. Employers include IBM, Bloomberg, Link Technology, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, and Time Warner Cable, to name a few.

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Internships with GlobeOp Financial Services and Link Technology Group; job with ITS

8 of the top 20
best jobs for fast growth are in computing
Source: CNNMoney/Payscale.com 2011

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DYSON COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

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{ Kelly Fisher 13, Biology } is experiencing the best of all worlds at Pace. An Honors College student and a pitcher on the womens softball team, Kelly is also a resident assistant, member of Golden Key,
a community service-based national honor society, and is doing research on brain

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Dysons new labs. Professor Horne regularly publishes papers with students, listing them as first author.

Alumni Snapshot

Alexis Rodriguez 01
Executive Director of Global Communications, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics

My success as a public relations professional comes from the education I received at Pace. I have been able to apply something from each of my courses to my career.

Find your place in the world at the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. We offer more than 50 majors in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences on both Pace campuses. From Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, and Environmental Science, to Psychology, Musical Theater, and Communications, Dyson programs are designed to help you improve your understanding of our complex world.

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{ Brandon Contreras 12, Musical Theater } New York City

Connecting theory and experience

Thanks to the BFA Musical Theater

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Program and its faculty, I feel as if I have fully explored my growth, my talent, and my experienceas a person and a performer.
Role in the national tour of Tony Award-winning musical, In the Heights
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Students are performing cutting-edge, and award-winning research on TB, HIV, and other illnesses in our new $7 million state-of-the-art laboratories and environmental science suite on the Westchester Campus Nationally recognized programmingPaces Model UN program had an impressive 20112012 academic year, winning more awards than any other university at the 2012 National Model United Nations conference in NYC. At the College Federal Reserve Challenge, Pace won second place in the final round, beating out top schools, including Princeton, Columbia, West Point, Cornell, and NYU. Paces Performing Arts program continues to shine, with students winning roles on and off Broadway. Our new 7-story building features dance and television studios, costume and design shops, and performance spaces. Our cutting-edge Communications Center, equipped with the latest equipment and technology, has helped Pace students produce award-winning documentaries, such as the The Life of an American Ambassador and Linda Thornton: Seeking Sustainability, One Shrimp at a Time.

In the Pace tradition, Dyson courses focus on the connection between theory and practical experience. Simply put, we make learning relevant to your life. Students of JaimeLee Rizzo, PhD, are researching antimicrobial compounds that can be bonded onto fabrics and may have lifesaving applications for hospital patients. And Performing Arts students get hands-on acting experience in major Broadway productions on tour as well as numerous productions on-campus and off-Broadway. Our professors are leaders in their fields and, more importantly, devoted educators who dedicate time to helping their students succeed. In every discipline, our faculty are widely recognized as both scholars and teachers. For example, Professor Maria Luskay, EdD, Media, Communication, and Visual Arts, is an acclaimed documentary creator who takes students abroad each year to lm award-winning documentaries; Biology and Environmental Science Professor Richard Schlesinger, PhD, has reviewed air pollution issues for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organization; and Criminal Justice and Security Professor and Department Chair Joseph Ryan, PhD, is a 25-year veteran of the New York City Police Department and national expert on community policing.

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Each year, hundreds of Dyson students intern at top organizations, including:


ABC Television Network IBM Merrill Lynch & Co. MTV Networks NBC Universal New York City Ofce of Chief Medical Examiner New York State Senate The Rachael Ray Show SONY Music Entertainment Simon & Schuster United Nations

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Merit Scholar

Performance Internship at CAP21 Theatre Company

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COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

Alumni Snapshot

Sarah Wood 09
Registered Nurse

Working in the Emergency Department, I need to be able to think on my feet. At Pace, I not only learned the assessment skills I needed, but also the ability to apply that knowledge to each individual patient.

Hands-on experience, after just one year


The Lienhard School of Nursing at Paces College of Health Professions offers something most other nursing schools dont. As a rst-year student, youll take your rst nursing course so that by your second year, youre ready to start your hands-on clinical experience. During your junior and senior years, you will have the opportunity to practice at outstanding health care institutionssuch as the Mt. Sinai Hospital Center, Westchester Medical Center, Northern Westchester Hospital, and the Visiting Nurse Service of New Yorkand learn through exposure to cutting-edge theory, technique, and technology.

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Pace graduates consistently exceed the state and national pass rates on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). In the rst quarter of 2012, 100% of Lienhard nursing students passed the exam. Using the latest technology, such as human patient simulators like METIman and SimBaby, our students get the life-saving skills and experience they need. Award-winning faculty4 of our distinguished faculty are Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing, of which there are only 1,500 members worldwide; 3 are also Fellows in the National Academies of Practice of which there are only 150 members. Start your nursing classes in your freshman year and your clinicals in your sophomore yearone year earlier than most other nursing programs.

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For { Andrew Dalessio 14, Nursing }, Paces clinical experiences are what makes the difference. There is nothing like being able to apply what youve learned in class to help patients, he says. Andrew recently completed gerontological rotations at Bethel Health Care and a New York-based geriatric nutrition center, as well as a psychiatric rotation at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center. Next up: medical surgical and maternity clinicals. Andrew is committed to serving others even in his down time. As a brother in Phi Kappa Tau, he helps to raise funds for SeriousFun Childrens Network, which sends children with grave illnesses to camp. Ultimately, Andrew wants to become an emergency room nurse. Even if all I can do is comfort a patient in a time of distress, my job as nurse is successful.

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$69,000
Median salary for recent Lienhard School of Nursing bachelor graduates

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Alumni Snapshot

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Teacher, Brookside School and 2006 Winner of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund Fellowship for Aspiring Teachers of Color

When I was in school, I didnt see many teachers who reected the diversity of the student body. So, it was important that I become a teacher. I still want to change the world.

Changing the world, one student at a time


Weve all had a teacher who has helped us overcome challenges and inspired in us a lifelong love of learning. Perhaps youll be such an inspiration to some young student one day. Thats our goal, anyway. The School of Education, which is professionally accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), is designed to prepare you to meet New York States high standards for educators. We offer innovative programs that integrate the arts and sciences, community partnerships, school-based eld experience by your second year of study, extensive use of technology, research-based courses that link theory with practice, and substantial nancial aid. And our faculty is superb, with expertise in special education, literacy, and technology. Our goal is to develop educators who will change the world by making a difference in their communities, in their schools, and in the lives of their studentsteachers who will be among those rare people remembered by their students long into adulthood. WE STC H E STE R + N EW YO R K C ITY

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Success stories start here:

As the only university in the Northeast using TeachLivE technology, a mixed-reality teaching environment that uses avatars to supports teacher practice, our students gain condence and skills before they even enter the classroom. The schools rigorous curriculum prepares students for success. Last year, 98 percent of Pace graduates passed the NY State Certification exams. Pace students begin their eldwork and student-teaching experiences the rst semester of sophomore yearone year earlier than most schools.

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{Hatsue Masuyama 14, Childhood Education and English} always


knew teaching was her calling. I was inspired to pursue teaching as a result of my work as a summer camp counselor and my experiences using therapeutic horseback riding when working with people with disabilities, she says. Teaching is a way I can live my life fulfilled by living for the sake of others. Hatsues Pace education provides a solid foundation. Pace allows education majors to have fieldwork experience earlier than many other universities, and it is also one of a few schools that uses the Avatar TeachLivE Lab where education majors can practice their classroom skills in a realistic simulation.

The number of additional STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) teachers needed over the next 10 years, according to the White House

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PFORZHEIMER HONORS COLLEGE


Alumni Snapshot

Lorendra Pinder 11
20112012 Fulbright Scholar

I started at Pace as a first-generation college student with a lot of hopes but no real idea of how I was going to make it through the next four years. Then I was accepted to the Honors College. At every juncture, they gave me the guidance, that in working towards my own personal greatness, I would be nowhere without.

Study with a community of exceptional students and distinguished faculty members.


Did you maintain a high school average of 90 or higher? Were your SAT verbal and math scores 550 or higher with a combined score of at least 1,200? If so, you may qualify for the Pforzheimer Honors College. The Honors College is open to students in all majors on both campuses. This highly respected college offers several important advantages:

Honors coursesCovering a wide range of topics and taught by the Universitys most esteemed professors Honors eventsOn- and off-campus events that expose students to the cultural life of the surrounding area Honors advisementSpecialized advice (in addition to that provided by your regular faculty advisers) from an Honors director and an Honors adviser to help you meet your goals Research opportunitiesAdvanced research opportunities typically reserved for graduate students Going for the goldSupport for national scholarships, fellowships, and funded research programs, such as the Fulbright Award, National Science Foundations Research Experiences for Undergraduates, and the Watson Fellowship Financial rewardA special merit scholarship of $15,000 annually, a complimentary laptop computer or iPad, plus the option to apply for a $1,000 grant for Honors research; Honors students frequently receive additional merit scholarships that can be combined with the Honors scholarship WE STC H E STE R + N EW YO R K C ITY

Business Honors Program


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As a student in the Honors College {Madison Embrey 14, Theater Arts} is mentored by eminent faculty, including National Science Foundation awardees, Fulbright-Hays Fellows, and leading researchers. As a result, she is becoming a leader herselfhelping to pave the way in Paces new Commercial Dance program with Professor Rhonda Miller. Pace brings us real-world opportunities, and we are learning from professionals in the field, Madison says. A favorite memory? I danced in Times Square for Microsofts launch of the Kinect gaming system. The event featured Ne-Yo and was an experience I will never forget!

Business majors in the Pforzheimer Honors College are now part of the newly created Business Honors Program, which provides a select group of outstanding BBA, BBA/MBA, and BBA/MS students with an enhanced academic experience to prepare them for leadership roles in global business. Highlights include:

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Foundation in four key subject areasUnderstanding Business in the Digital Age, Managing Legal and Ethical Business Challenges, Building and Sustaining Business Relationships, Planning and Control in Complex Organizations International study componentRecent trips included Brazil, India, Japan, and Russia Advanced leadership courseIncorporating community-based service Year-long Capstone Honors Thesis Sequence

The program also provides advanced seminars, skill-building workshops, leadership retreats, distinguished speakers, opportunities to participate in an executive mentoring program, personalized faculty advisement, scholarships for study abroad courses and eld studies, tickets to select Lubin events, and special recognition at the annual Lubin Awards Ceremony.

www.PACE.edu/honors

INTERNATIONAL STUDY

Pace University is home to 1,259 international students representing 100 countries.


A strong international community
New York has one of the largest international populations in the country and is one of the few places in the United States where you can explore American culture and still nd people who speak your native language.

Study Abroad
Gain a Global Perspective
Pace offers you the opportunity to enrich your college experience with summer, semester and year-long international learning opportunities. Paces Ofce of Study Abroad develops safe, affordable, geographically diverse, and challenging study abroad programs across a wide range of academic disciplines and advises students on their study abroad options. Each year, Pace helps hundreds of students travel and learn in more than 30 countries around the world. Learn more at: www.pace.edu/studyabroad

Pace has programs and departments to assist you.


International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)
The ISSO provides information prior to your arrival; conducts orientation programs; advises on visa and employment matters, legal rights and responsibilities, health insurance, adjustment issues, and personal concerns; and coordinates a variety of programs and activities on campus.

Scholarships
Merit-based scholarships are available to international students who apply as rst-year and transfer applicants. In fall 2011, 92 percent of undergraduate international students received some form of merit-based scholarship money.

Location: Belize
Shrimpin in Belize
Media and Communication Arts students spent spring break 2011 knee-deep in shellfish, shooting the documentary Linda Thornton: Seeking Sustainability One Shrimp at a Time, which was awarded Best Short Documentary in the Best Shorts Film Festival.

Location: China
From Shanghai to the Great Wall
Lubin professors led students on an Asian Business Strategies Field Study where they visited companies to learn about doing business across cultures and saw some of Chinas greatest cultural sites, including the Great Wall, Forbidden City, and Tiananmen Square.

The Pace Global Pathways Program


The Pace Global Pathways program helps students who are academically qualied to study at Pace University but, due to their English Prociency examinations, need to improve their English before enrolling full-time. The Pathways program combines academic coursework with advanced English language training to enable international students to integrate smoothly and successfully into an undergraduate or graduate program. As a Pathways student, you have access to all University facilities, including libraries, computer labs, housing, cafeteria, sports centers, medical and counseling services, and the ISSO.

Pace safety and security


Pace works hard to provide a safe environment at both our Westchester and New York City campuses. In addition to providing security guards who are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, we have a number of other measures in place, including:

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Employing a professional, in-house security staff with many years of law enforcement and private security experience, augmented by a uniformed security guard company Providing an electronic alert system that allows students to receive emergency messages from Pace on their cell phones Installing an electronic security system, which includes closedcircuit television cameras, intrusion alarms, and card access readers Using a Security Awareness Program to keep the Pace Community informed of safety precautions Requiring students, faculty, and staff to carry or wear their Pace IDs at all times and to cooperate if asked for ID by a security ofcer

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Global Rotations
Pace Physician Assistant Kristin Lieber completed an international rotation in India where she worked in a government hospital, hiked hours to provide health care to villages, and established makeshift clinics outdoors.
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Location: Brazil
Green-Mapping Professor Claudia Green took students to Brazil to learn about sustainability from major international companies and entrepreneurs. Using iPhones and online instruments, students interviewed tourists about their views of sustainable business practices and the impact of the 2016 Olympics.

Location: South Africa


The Best and the Fulbrightest
In the past decade, Pace students have won 38 prestigious Fulbright Scholarships. Lorendra Pinder is currently exploring how gender and poverty inuence partnerships among youth in South Africa as part of her 20112012 Fulbright. Prior to that, Lorendra participated in an internship in Tunisia as part of a JK Watson Fellowship.

Pace Goes Around the World in 140+ Ways Visit our Google map to see how our students, faculty, and alumni are making a difference the world over.

www.pace.edu/aroundtheworld

FEATURED FACULTY

LUBIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

SEIDENBERG SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS


Christelle Scharff, PhD

Associate Professor of Computer Science


Christelle Scharff obtained her PhD in Computer Science from the Henri Poincar University in Nancy, France and teaches global software development and manages teams of students from the United States, India, Senegal, and Cambodia who work collaboratively to develop real-world applications. She recently spent a year in Senegal through a grant from the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Agency, introducing the use of mobile computing to aid in the promotion of sustainable economic development and is currently teaching a course in mobile applications to Pace students. She is also the recipient of the IBM Smarter Planet Faculty Innovation Award for her work in developing mobile solutions aimed at improving peoples lives.

What professor suggests students put popcorn in their shoes and cotton in their ears as part of groundbreaking research in gerontechnology? Who moved from Merrill Lynch to meeting the Sultan of Oman? Whos become a go-to source for cybersecurity questions from Forbes, The New Yorker, and more?

Ipshita Ray, PhD

Associate Professor of Marketing


Ipshita Ray has years of experience working with top advertising and media companies such as JWT and MMA. She is the recipient of a number of awards including Outstanding Professor of the Year by the National Honors Society Alpha Sigma Lambda (2002). In 2008, Ray was part of the Advertising Education Foundations Visiting Professor Program, where she worked with the host advertising agency, DDB Chicago, on the McDonalds, Budweiser, Wrigleys, and State Farm accounts. Her research interests include customer decision making processes and customer relationship management, and she has published in journals such as the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Marketing Communications, and Journal of Academic and Business Ethics.

Learn more about Pace faculty at: www.pace.edu/professors

Kaustav Sen, PhD

Associate Professor of Accounting


Kaustav Sen joined Lubin in 1996, after receiving his PhD in Accounting from Rutgers University, and is both an Associate Professor of Accounting and an Ernst & Young Scholar. His research and publications have examined issues related to earnings quality and corporate governance, both in developed and emerging market settings. He recently won a Verizon Thinknity grant to develop information technology auditing teaching modules. Sen has held visiting positions at several universities in Hong Kong and India and has consulted with numerous large insurance and nancial service organizations including NY Life, Prudential, Chase Manhattan, and GE Capital.

Chienting Lin, PhD


Associate Professor of Information Technology
Chienting Lin has worked with his colleagues on security and intrusion detection in connection with the schools designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education. His research has appeared in numerous prestigious publications, including the Journal of Management Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Social Science Computer Review, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, and IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence.

What professor worked for President Jimmy Carter and rode a motorcycle to the White House? Who works on sustainable development for the World Cup and Olympics? Who teamed up with hip-hop artist Timid to teach students to market themselves?

Learn more about Pace faculty at:

www.pace.edu/professors
Aron Gottesman, PhD
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Professor of Finance and Economics Department Chair

Li-Chiou Chen, PhD


Associate Professor of Information Technology
Tackling topics such as exploring countermeasures against Internet-based attacks, investigation of the dynamics of diffusion in various network structures, and detection of anomaly patterns in network trafc, Li-Chiou Chen brings years of research and knowledge to the Information Technology Department. She recently obtained nancial support for students committed to studying and pursuing careers in cyber security through the U.S. Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program and the National Science Foundation Cyber Service Scholarship Program.

Melissa S. Cardon, PhD


Professor of Management
Prior to joining Lubin, Melissa Cardon was a human resources analyst for Key Bank, where she managed organizational compliance with EEO/AA regulations. Cardons research focuses on human resources and entrepreneurial passion and behaviors, and she has published articles in journals such as the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Venturing, and Human Resource Management. She has won several awards for her research, as well as for her teaching and student mentoring.

Aron Gottesman is Paces resident expert in nancial markets, nancial intermediation, mutual funds, and capital markets. He has published many articles in journals including the Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Empirical Finance, and his research has been cited in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, and BusinessWeek. He has also won a number of awards and research grants, including both a grant and doctoral fellowship from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Pauline Mosley, DPS


Associate Professor of Information Technology
Its rare that a student enters a classroom lled with LEGO bricks, but its not an uncommon sight in Pauline Mosleys courses. With more than 20 years of experience in both academic and professional computer science environments, Mosley teaches and engages students through her Problem Solving Using LEGO Robotics class. Using hands-on techniques and programming skills, students learn how to use a LEGO model to solve a real-world problem. A proponent of service-learning, Mosley also encourages her students to take a LEGO robotics presentation to an area school, where students teach children how to use the LEGO systems.

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FEATURED FACULTY

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences


Nancy Krucher, PhD
Associate Professor of Biology and Health Sciences
When Nancy Krucher received her PhD in Biochemistry from Clarkson University her mother had just been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. She decided to go into breast cancer research at the University of Rochester Cancer Center and New York Medical College before joining the faculty at Pace in 1999. During the past several years, she and her students have developed a novel way to induce cancer cells to commit suicide. My research projects with Pace students have been among my proudest momentsits so great to see the students get excited about the workand provide them with the opportunity to learn about what its like to be a scientist. Her research has been supported by grants from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

College of Health Professions


Lin J. Drury, PhD
Associate Professor

What dean joined forces with First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden? What education professor hiked the Himalayas and travelled to Uganda to help teachers in the classroom?

Elizabeth Berro, PNP


Clinical Instructor
An expert in pediatric nursing, Elizabeth Berro has taught at Pace for more than 15 years, drawing upon her vast clinical experience to educate students in the areas of pathophysiology, pharmacology, pediatric nursing, and physical assessment. Berro began her nursing career in the pediatric intensive care unit at New York Hospital and has served as a hospital instructor for general pediatrics and pediatric intensive care, a pediatric advanced life support instructor, and a car seat safety technician.

An expert in community health care for vulnerable urban populations, Lin Drury has a PhD in Community Health Nursing, an MS in Community Mental Health Nursing, an MS in Vocational & Technical Education, and a BS in nursing. She teaches community health nursing for undergraduate and combined degree students and has a consulting practice at the Henry Street Settlement, where she is conducting research on integrating health care within ongoing social service programs.

What music professor is writing the score for Broadways Freaky Friday? What professors are conducting groundbreaking research with students on TB and parasitic infections? Who is working with George Lucas on a book about Star Wars and history?

Learn more about Pace faculty at:

www.pace.edu/ professors

Learn more about Pace faculty at: www.pace.edu/ professors

Karen (Toby) Haghenbeck, PhD


Assistant Professor
Toby Haghenbeck has been a professor at Pace since 2001 and is presently a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) at Northridge Medical Associates in New Rochelle, NY. Prior to that she was the critical care clinical instructor at Monteore Medical Center and Sound Shore Medical Center, and was part of the Editorial Staff for AACN Critical Care Journals: Critical Care Nurse. She holds a PhD in Philosophy of Nursing/Clinical Research, FNP, MS in Adult Health Nursing, and a BS and RN in Nursing. She has published in the elds of critical care and cardiac care.

Andrs Villagr, PhD

Professor of Modern Languages and Cultures and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Andrs Villagr is a pioneer when it comes to using technology in the classroom. It all started with his own blog, in Spanish, which students eagerly followed. Villagr soon introduced blogs into his students coursework, which they used to connect with other students, faculty, alumni, and professionals in the international community. To create an even more collaborative online experience, he created the Pace University Spanish Lounge using wiki technology. The students work has an immediate relevance outside the classroom. They have a sense of authorship and responsibility, explains Villagr. They dont write for the professor anymore; they write for a real audience. In 2010, Villagr was awarded the rst Dyson College Faculty Instructional Technology Award. He teaches Spanish Conversation, Translation, and Composition; Spanish for Business courses; and courses in Spanish and Latin American Culture, Literature, and Cinema.

School of Education
Brian Evans, EdD
Associate Professor of Education
Receiving his doctorate in mathematics education from Temple University in 2005, Brian Evans believes teachers must foster a positive learning environment for all students with various experiences, regardless of cultural, physical, or ethnic background. The key to this is to remain exible in their teaching skills and adapt to different learning styles. Evans has traveled extensively through six continents and to all 50 states, giving him a greater appreciation of cultural differences.

Rostyslaw Robak, PhD


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Professor of Psychology and Department Chair
When you study psychology at Pace, you gain useful knowledge that can be applied in whatever career path you choose, says Rostyslaw Robak, who teaches courses on Social Psychology, Group Dynamics, Psychology of Death and Dying, and Theories and Techniques of Counseling. We now know a great deal about what really motivates people and how it is much more helpful to focus on the positive than on whats pathological. Robak has done extensive research on group counseling processes, self-denition, and money and satisfaction. His approach to teaching is simple: Treat students with respect. Its the same approach hes found effective in counseling.

Roberta Wiener, EdD

Associate Professor of Education


A recipient of the Federal Education Training Grant, Roberta Wiener is the coordinator of special education for the School of Education. She has been an external evaluator for a SUNY charter school, and spent six years as a writer for the federal and state No Child Left Behind and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. I believe teaching and learning are interactive and inseparable, she says, and that a committed and responsible teacher knows what students need to learn, understand, and apply in their chosen career and, indeed, in their lives.

Jillian M. Mcdonald, MFA


Associate Professor of Fine Arts
Jillian Mcdonalds work in performance art, new media, and video is exhibited in galleries, museums, and festivals worldwide. Her research focuses on popular lm genres and their effects on audiences, including fans. Celebrity worship and horror lms are her most beloved subjects. She recently created Zombies for A*Table in Barcelona, Spain, and her large-scale sold-out performance, Undead in the Night in Sweden, exposed audiences to a living horror lm along a 3 km forest path featuring more than 100 actors. She is the recipient of the 2012 prestigious Canada Arts Council Media Arts Production Grant as well as the 2012 Canadian winner of the highly respected Glenddich Artist in Residence award. Mcdonalds work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Philadelphia Weekly, Flash Art, Art Papers, The Globe and Mail (Canada), People (Sweden), The Toronto Star, and The Village Voice, among others.

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Christine D. Clayton, EdD


Associate Professor of Education
My passion revolves around guring out dynamic ways for educators to learn so they can sustain themselves in creating vibrant spaces for learning with their students, says Christine Clayton. I am interested in promoting a vision of teachers as curriculum makers who can creatively negotiate the high-stakes curricular contexts we live in so they can build a life in teaching that is meaningful. Clayton and other faculty just received a grant to partner with four high schools in the New York City and Westchester areas to promote collaborative inquiry groups as a vehicle for teacher learning. In addition to her work in developing new teacher skills and curricular design, Clayton also focuses on social justice in teacher education.

Business/Professional
ASCEND Association of Latin Professionals in Finance and Accounting Beta Alpha Psi INFORMS National Association of Black Accountants Pace Advertising Club Pace Finance Club Pace Hospitality and Tourism Association Pace Investment Club Pace University Marketing Association Society of Human Resource Management Women in Corporate America

New York City Clubs and Organizations


Beta Alpha Psi
The national honor and professional fraternity for business students, Pace was the only school to place in all three professional categories of the Best Practices Competition at the 2012 Atlantic Coast Regional Meeting. The chapter also participates in more than a dozen community service activities throughout the year including preparing taxes for low to moderate income individuals as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.

Media and Entertainment


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Paces Official Programming (POP TV)


POP TV gives students interested in television broadcasting handson experience through promotional videos for Dance Out Loud, various student organizations, the Ofce of Student Assistance, and more. POP TV also launched a successful Cooking with the Dean series, and partnered with the campus newspaper to bring students a weekly update of the news.

Fraternities
Sigma Beta Rho Sigma Lambda Beta Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta Beta Tau

Sororities
Alpha Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Omega Phi Beta Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Iota Alpha Sigma Lambda Gamma

Programming and Campus Entertainment Board (P.A.C.E Board) P.A.C.E Board is the largest student organization on the NYC Campus and is responsible for past high-prole events including the Homecoming concert with Busta Rhymes, Big Sean, and Wynter Gordon; Live. Love.Laugh. featuring R&B singer Mario; and a speaker series featuring professionals from the entertainment industry. Psi Chi
The international honors society in psychology, Psi Chi stimulates academic excellence in the eld. Each year, Psi Chi sponsors the Pace University Psychology Conference, a full day of presentations from undergraduate and graduate students, panel discussions, networking, and keynote speakers.

Star Power at Pace


At Pace, education extends far beyond textbooks and classrooms. Our campuses are a center of discussion and debate about many of the major issues of our time, as well as a forum for unforgettable cultural events. Here are some recent high profile visitors to our campuses:
Throughout the year, lead actors visit the campus to lm Inside the Actors Studio, which is free to Pace students. Visitors have included George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and the casts of Modern Family, Glee, and Mad Men. The Economists Buttonwood Gathering, hosted at the Schimmel Center, brought nancial visionaries such as Tim Geithner, Lawrence Summers, and George Soros to Pace to discuss the economic crisis. Bernice A. King, daughter of the late Martin Luther King Jr. and renowned speaker and minister, spoke on campus to commemorate the day named after her father. Temple Grandin, PhD, whose inspirational life was brought to the screen in the seven-time Emmy Award-winning film starring Claire Danes, spoke to incoming and returning students at Paces Convocation Ceremony in Westchester. The international gathering, The Left Forum, held each year at Pace has featured keynote speakers such as lmmaker Michael Moore, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Noam Chomsky, along with numerous academics, activists, lawyers, and educators. Michelle Bachelet, former President of Chile and current Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women), keynoted at Girls Stand Up, a conference on gender equality, hosted by Pace. Former President Bill Clinton kicked off Paces centennial celebration and former New York Senator and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attended the Westchester Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, where she received an honorary degree. New York Giants defensive end and Super Bowl XLII champion Osi Umenyiora talked to students about the obstacles he overcame to get to where he is today.

Collegiate Interests
Beta Beta Beta Chemistry Club Criminal Justice Society Economics Society Forensic Science Students Organization Law Society National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association Language and Hearing Association Pace Computer Society Psi Chi Student Nurses at Pace

Model UN
Pace is home to one of the top Model UN programs in the nation; our teams have been earning awards at regional, national, and international conferences for more than 60 years. In 20112012 the NYC team won awards at the Geneva International Model UN conference in Switzerland, and the National Model UN conference, where Pace received more honors than any other school.

Student Governance
Budget Allocation Council Class and School Reps Greek Council National Pan-Hellenic Council Student Government Association

Politics & Society


C.O.R.E. Keep a Child Alive Model UN Pace CARES

Hillel
Pace Hillel creates an inclusive environment for Jewish students, and encourages members of the community to learn more about the culture through events including a Holocaust Day of Remembrance, panels on being LGBT in the Jewish community, a Hillel Idol singing competition, and unique events for Passover, Hannukah, and Rosh Hashanah.

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Cultural and Religious


Black Student Union Caribbean Students Association Collegiate Italian American Organization Hillel Muslim Students Association Pace Stonewall Coalition Residence Hall Association Sabor Latino SAMOSA (South Asian) United Chinese Students Association

Residence Hall Association


The Residence Hall Association (RHA) fosters a sense of community through volunteering, cultural development, and programming including fundraisers, haunted houses, wellness week, and dance-a-thons. At the 2011 Regional Conference, RHA took home three awards, including the overall Spirit Award, largest donation to the philanthropy, and effective programming.

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At Pace NYC, The City Is Your Campus


Ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple? From Broadway productions to East Village vintage, with New York City as your campus, youll never run out of things to do. Intern at Fashion Week, Wall Street, or MTV; meet with Ambassadors from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Iran; or present your papers at national conferences such as the Eastern Colleges Science Conference and The Left Forum. Participate in poetry slams, digital displays, cooking competitions, and more. In the city that never sleeps, there are always places to go and things to do, even after an all-night study session! Catch a concert or a game at Madison Square Garden

Attend the latest Broadway productions (or be a part of them, like four of our current performing arts students!)

WE As one of the top 10 schools in the nation WEST SIDE for placing undergraduates in internships, its no surprise our students intern at Comedy Central, MTV, and hundreds of other Fortune 500 companies

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Last year, Pace NYC students participated in 33,841 hours of community service, including cleaning parks and painting schools

Get the Inside Scoop: Pace Students Share Their Favorite Spots
From shopping in SoHo to eating at the Spotlight Caf, people watching in the courtyard to kicking back in Central Park. Each year, Pace students vote for their favorite eateries, getaways, clubs, and classes in the Annual Pawscar Awards. Find out this years winners at: www.pace.edu/pawscars.

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National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO)
NALFO fosters positive relations between Latino/a fraternities and sororities. Omega Phi Betas Serving and Education Week helped raised awareness of violence against women and Sigma Lambda Upsilons mentoring programs have helped instill a sense of cultural pride, sisterhood, community service, and academic excellence in girls.

STUDENT LIFE

Athletics
Strong minds, strong bodiesPace challenges and nurtures all of you.
Pace is known not only for its rigorous academics, but also for its outstanding athletic programs. If you played varsity sports in high school, you can keep on playing and help the Pace Setters maintain their winning NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference tradition. If you want to compete, but not on the varsity level, choose from our comprehensive intramural programs on either campus in indoor soccer, dodgeball, basketball, badminton, volleyball, and ag football.

Greek Governance

University Panhellenic Conference National Pan-Hellenic Council Interfraternity Conference National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations Alpha Chi Epsilon Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Phi Delta Delta Kappa Epsilon Kappa Alpha Psi Lambda Upsilon Lambda Phi Kappa Tau Tau Kappa Epsilon African Students Association at Pace Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting Black Student Union Campus Crusade for Christ Colleges Against Cancer Commuter Advisory Board Criminal Justice Society Desi Heritage of Southeast Asians Future Educators Association Gay Straight Alliance Glee Club Hillel Legend Yearbook Lubin Business Association Multicultural Media and Alternative Gaming Nature Club Organization of Latin American Students Pace Association for Collegiate Entrepreneurs Pace Chronicle Pace Drama Alliance Pace Public Relations Club Pace University Marketing Association Philosophy Club PIPE Gospel Choir Programming Committee Psychology Club Residence Hall Association The Robert S. Pace Accounting Society Student Athletic Advisory Committee Student in Communication Arts Student Government Association Student Nurses at Pace Students of Caribbean Awareness Student Veterans Association Voices of International Students Associations VOX Art and Literary Magazine WPAW Radio Station 808s Step Team

Fraternities

Be sure to check out


Colleges Against Cancer
Paces Colleges Against Cancer chapter advances the mission of the American Cancer Society and participates in fundraisers throughout the year, including Relay for Life, which helped raise more than $41,000. It also partnered with the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and Pace Athletics to launch a breast cancer awareness campaign for 20112012.

The Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center on the Westchester Campus, offering:

Three basketball courts, which convert into a game-day basketball and volleyball arena that seats 2,400 An indoor running track Full tness center featuring state-of-the-art cardio machines Eight-lane swimming pool Full range of tness classes, from step aerobics and yoga to Japanese swordsmanship and scuba diving

Special Interests

The Pace Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs (P.A.C.E.) raises awareness and fosters entrepreneurial activities throughout the University. Two years ago, P.A.C.E. founded The Pace Perk Caf, which operates in the Briarcliff Cafeteria, serving food and hosting weekly events.

Pace Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs

The Civic Center Gym at One Pace Plaza in NYC:

The Pace Chronicle


The Pace student newspaper provides campus news to the Pleasantville/Briarcliff campuses. Students gain hands-on skills in writing, editing, graphic design, and photography from a newspaper that was recognized this year with two rst-place awards by the New York Press Association and American Scholastic Association.

Newly renovated tness center with cardio and weight room

The Robert S. Pace Accounting Society


The Robert S. Pace Accounting Society is an organization founded on the Pleasantville campus approximately 40 years ago for accounting, nance, and information systems students interested in pursuing a career in the eld of accounting. The objective of the Accounting Society is to encourage and recognize academic and professional excellence in the eld of accounting as well as providing opportunities for personal growth, service, and association between members and professionals who practice careers in the eld of accounting.

Mens sports
Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Lacrosse Swimming and Diving

Womens sports
Basketball Cross Country Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Volleyball

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Student Athletic Advisory Committee


The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) enhances the student-athlete experience through leadership and community service opportunities. This year, SAAC raised more than $6,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation through a number of events including their annual Bingo Night.

Spirit Squad

For details on Pace Athletics, visit

Students of Caribbean Awareness


Students of Caribbean Awareness (SOCA) brings students from diverse backgrounds together to engage in social, cultural, and educational events. Each year, SOCA hosts a Caribash Week, including events such as fashion shows, trivia contests, and a dinner featuring successful Caribbean professionals.

www.pacesettersathletics.com

Cheerleading Dance

www.pace.edu/paceopoly

Fast Facts About Pace

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FAST FACTS

of faculty members hold a

Enrollment (Total)
Undergraduates Graduate Students Law Students Mean SAT I score Academic average of incoming high school students

12,593
8,025 3,749 819

37 11 19 10
Fulbright winners since 2002
Rockefeller Fellowships since 2002

PhD

or terminal degree

1098 87

Enrollment by Gender
Male Students Female Students
41% 59%

Undergraduate Enrollment by SchoolMatriculated


College of Health Professions Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Lubin School of Business School of Education Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Other*
359 3,828 2,673 205 579 381

Watson Fellowship winners since 2002

Undergraduate Student Diversity


White (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic African American Asian/Pacic Islander Unknown Other Multi
45% 15% 11% 10% 9% 7% 3%

Last year, Pace graduates pursued graduate degrees at many prestigious institutions, including:
Brown University Columbia University

% higher than national undergraduate students who employed average aregraduation by


The average amount of institutional aid offered to all new undergraduate admits

Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers

Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment


New York City Campus Freshmen Freshmen living on campus Westchester Campus Freshmen Freshmen living on campus

6,870
4,550 1,083 751 (69%) 2,320 481 393 (82%)

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Cornell University Duke University George Washington University New York College of Podiatric Medicine New York University New York Law Pace University School of Law Pratt Institute Sarah Lawrence College Seton Hall Law School

17,846

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International students represent

100
different countries

2012-2013 Undergraduate Tuition


*
Students not afliated with a particular school or college. Includes English Language Institute.

$35,320

Fall 2011 statistics; self reported. Fee for tuition only. Does not include fees, room, or board. Pace University reserves the right to change tuition rates.

A Pace education is more affordable than you think.


Financial assistance can come from many places, including scholarships, grants, on-campus employment, and loans. Pace values strong academic performance by offering a wealth of merit-based scholarships to high achieving students.

$17,915: Average amount of institutional aid offered to all new undergraduate admits 96%: Percentage of rst-year students receiving nancial aid More than $289 million: Amount Pace students received in aid last year $4,000-$18,500: Range of merit-based scholarships

Pace was one of my top choices because of its reputation and location. The financial aid package was much more than I could have hoped for! Before my college search, I thought I was destined for a state or community college. Without the help of financial aid, I would never have been able to attend Pace.
Kristen Carbone 11, Acting

At Pace, we understand that financing your education is crucial in the decision-making process.
Our goal is to offer every student as much nancial assistance as possible based upon availability and need. Below are the estimated educational cost budgets of full-time, matriculated undergraduates starting enrollment at Pace during the 20122013 academic year.
20122013

How does our net price stack up?


The Pace Net Price Calculator*
is an online tool designed to help students and their families estimate their nancial aid package. Many find that Pace is actually more affordable than similar public and private colleges due to the scholarships and financial aid awards offered to families.
*The federal government requires colleges and universities to post a net price calculator on their websites

NEW YORK and WESTCHESTER COMMUTER

WESTCHESTER RESIDENT

DIRECT COSTS

NEW YORK RESIDENT

Pace University
Pace sticker price: $43,518

vs.

Public University
Public university sticker price: $31,280

Tuition Standard Fees* Room and Board

$ 35,320 $ 1,244 $14,800 $ 51,364


$ $ $ 0 800 600

$ 35,320 $ 1,294 $ 12,590 $ 49,204


$ $ $ 0 800 600

$ 35,320 $ 1,244 $ 250 $ 36,814


$ 3,050 $ 800 $ 1,504 $ 1,350 $ 43,518

TOTAL DIRECT COSTS

Work study $4,000

Grants $9,300 Out of pocket cost $21,980

INDIRECT COSTS

Out of pocket cost $18,238

Living Allowance Books Personal Expenses Transportation

$ 1,504

$ 1,504

Free scholarships and grants $21,280

TOTAL DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS

$ 54,268

$ 52,108

*Standard Fees include the General Institution Fee, Student Activities Fee, Technology Fee, Freshman Studies Fee, and Healthcare Services Fee. This gure will vary depending upon residence, room, and meal plan. Resident students live on the Pace campus in Pace housing, commuter students do not.

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Out of pocket costs can be covered with a combination of federal and private loans.
This is one example based on a particular familys nancial situation. Family contributions can range from $0 to more than $50,000, depending on each familys specic circumstances.

To be considered for full financial aid, you must complete the FAFSA form at

FAFSA.gov.
To apply, simply complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15. You can continue to le after this date; however, consideration for funds will be given on a rst-come, rst-served basis.

Merit Scholarship Estimator


Use our new Merit Scholarship Estimator, designed to help students and their families see how much merit aid is granted based on academic achievement. No FAFSA required to receive award

To get started visit www.pace.edu/calculator

Federal school codes: New York City: 002791 Westchester: 002792


(Pleasantville)

Pace Westchester:

Pleasantville

A Traditional College Campus and All the Advantages of NYC


Looking for that perfect combination of academic excellence and the traditional college experience? Look no further. Our 200 acre campus in Westchester offers seven on-campus undergraduate residence halls, athletic elds, a tness center, the Mortola Library, a student center, and much more. So next time youre looking for a study break, catch a basketball game with the Pace Setters, stop by the student dining center for sushi, duck and throw in Xtreme dodgeball, test your skills on our rock-climbing treadmill, or gorge yourself for a good cause at the many student-supported food fundraisers.

Get your sweat on (or take a dip in Paces eight-lane pool) at the Goldstein Fitness Center!

Students intern, and enjoy the latest movies, at the Jacob Burns Film Center located in nearby Pleasantville

Cheer on the womens basketball team, who played in the NCAA Division II Tournament

Join one of Paces 20+ sororities and fraternities to experience leadership opportunities, academic support, community service, and fun!

Intern at IBM. Land your first job at Dannon. Explore non-profit work with the Red Cross. With the largest career services program in the New York Metropolitan Area and numerous Fortune 500 companies headquartered in Westchester, its no wonder more than 1,400 Pace students have internships each year.

Students have produced awardwinning documentaries, like The Life of An American Ambassador, in our cutting-edge Communications Center

Watch wild birds of prey, visit the new Marty McGuire Museum, and conduct research literally in-the-field at the Environmental Center

From finding new cures for TB to studying cellular biochemistry, Pace students are performing breakthrough research in our new $7 million state-of-the art labs at Dyson Hall Students can choose from seven residence halls providing a wide range of living accommodations, including rooms, apartments, suites, and townhouses

Stop by the studentrun Pace Perk for a pickme-up cup of coffee

From philosophy to fracking catch a lecture with leaders in their fields at the Kessel Student Center

Briarcliff

And just a short train ride away (or take our free shuttle service!) you have the Big Apple at your fingertips. Job opportunities, cultural events, dining, shopping, and moreNew York City is your campus too!

Get the Inside Scoop: Pace Students Share Their Favorite Spots
From picnics at Kensico Dam to grabbing a slice at Jerrys Pizzeria to taking part in Relay for Life, Pace students vote for their favorite eateries, getaways, clubs, and classes in the Annual Pawscar Awards. Find this years winners at www.pace.edu/pawscars.

ADMISSION

Join us for a Pace Open House


Admission Dates to Remember
2012
Early September through late November October October 14 November
Make arrangements to visit Pace NYC and/or Pace Westchester and meet with an admissions counselor

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Westchester:

New York City:

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Campus tours are also available Monday through Friday and most Saturdays.

Register and take the SAT or ACT exam Attend our Westchester Open House If applying for Early Action, be sure to give your completed application to your guidance counselor Register and take the SAT or ACT exam if you have not done so already

November 11 December 1

Attend our NYC Open House Early Action application deadline* Obtain a new FAFSA form online at www.fafsa.ed.gov

2013
January 1
First day to le FAFSA form Early Action applicants will be notied of their admission decision in early January

January 15 February 15

Application deadline for Performing Arts applicants Undergraduate application deadline for Presidents and Deans Scholarship programs First-year student application deadline Application deadline for Nursing applicants Priority deadline for ling the FAFSA form

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March 1 May 1 September

Scholarship and nancial aid award notications Pace enrollment and housing deposit due Begin your classes at Pace

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Note: Special events will be held for admitted students in Spring 2013, and Orientation will be held in Summer 2013.
*
Under this plan, you need to submit all materials prior to December 1, and must indicate EARLY ACTION on your application.

Success stories start here. Visit Pace and see for yourself.

If you are not accepted under Early Action, your application will be reviewed, without bias, under the normal admissions process. There is no separate application for Pace Merit Awards.

www.PACE.edu/explore

20122013
College of Health Professions Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Lubin School of Business Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems School of Education School of Law

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

www.pace.edu