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{ Lucia Martinez ’09, Public Accounting } Westchester


There’s no better way to prepare for the real world than by living in it. What are you doing for the next four years? How about working as a portfolio manager for Smith Barney, producing reality television shows for MTV, or teaching at a middle school in New York City? What about conducting cancer research, being a data analyst for an investment bank on Wall Street, or creating software programs for IBM? No matter which Pace campus you choose, our highly respected internship program—one of the largest in metropolitan New York—opens the doors to incredible work opportunities long before you graduate. With the world’s top companies right at your doorstep— and the unparalleled internship culture in New York—just imagine the résumé you’ll have after four years. Of course, you won’t always be working. You’ll still have plenty of time to take in the sights and sounds of the greatest city in the world—just outside your door or a short train ride away. You don’t have to wait until graduation to enter the real world. At Pace, you’re already in it.




The Pace academic experience prepares you for the greatest test of all–the day you graduate and start your first full-time professional job. You’ll never lose sight of your end goal— your professors won’t let you. They’ll push you every day to excel beyond your own expectations. They’ll challenge you at every turn to think, feel, experience, debate, and listen. They’ll be your sounding board, your mentor, your counselor, and your friend. But then again, they’ve got the perfect setting: the Pace classroom. It’s inspiring, interactive, and challenging. Every day Pace offers real-life lessons that will leave you feeling proud, confident, and equipped with the tools and experience to succeed in life. It’s not surprising. Our exceptionally rigorous academics have already tested your perseverance and drive to excel, so that when you graduate, you’ll feel prepared to take on the world.

With Pace University’s Simulated Trading Lab, you can develop trading strategies for Wall Street while sitting at One Pace Plaza. With real-time data at your fingertips, you’ll gain invaluable real-life experience. “Having gone through simulations at the lab, our students appreciate how market participants, without a clearly formulated strategy, can be left behind by ruthlessly efficient financial markets. It’s a big advantage our students will have when they graduate.” — Professor Padma Kadiyala, PhD




{ Gbadebo Williams ’11, Business Economics } New York City Pace classes are small, with an average of just 28 students. So you can expect your professors to have the time to focus on you as an individual, not just a number.


CAREER PREPARATION

At Pace University you’ll have the opportunity to combine classroom theory and on-the-job experience, while earning a salary and discovering if a career path is for you—all before you graduate. Our Cooperative and Career Services program is one of the largest of its kind in metropolitan New York. Each year, more than 1,100 Pace students work in internship positions at more than 500 companies. And we’re not talking about getting coffee, stuffing envelopes, and answering phones. These are professional jobs, providing real-world experience in some of the world’s top companies and organizations. Pace Career Services will help you figure out who you want to be and help get you there.

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For a year and a half I interned at The Advertising Council—the nation’s leading producer of public service advertising. As I gained experience I was given more responsibilities including writing for our national newsletter, working with outside vendors, and coordinating departmental billings and budgets. My experience has helped me to gain strength and knowledge in the business world, and land a summer job at Goldman Sachs. Taking advantage of internship opportunities from Pace around the city allowed me to gain valuable experience that I know will help me start a successful career when I graduate.

–David Trahan ’09, Marketing

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According to a recent article in BusinessWeek: Pace University tops earnings list  tudents who graduate from Pace University can expect to earn roughly the same as those who graduate from S Ivy League colleges, putting Pace among the top 50 colleges in the nation. Pace graduates earn a starting median salary of $53,200, only a few thousand less than graduates  of Yale University. The BusinessWeek list was compiled from analysis on a report published by PayScale that lists Pace University as one of the “Best Northeastern Colleges in the U.S. by Salary Potential.”


Work your way toward greatness in any one of nearly 500 companies throughout New York and southern Connecticut.

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No one can teach you to be great. It comes from within. But challenged by exceptional academics and outstanding work opportunities, you’ll work toward greatness every day at Pace. Work toward greatness is not simply a tag line at Pace—we live and breathe it every day. How? We’ll let a few of our students tell you.



Dhwani: Whenever you are doing something positive—no matter how simple or small— you are working toward greatness. Joe: To me, greatness is about fulfilling my dream and doing something that makes me happy while giving back to others. I also continue to improve myself to bring greatness to everyone around me. Sarah: It’s nerve-wracking to think about leaving Pace. But I know that I will be fully prepared to succeed in anything I do. I will take the strength of the inner greatness I’ve gained here wherever life takes me. Raj: Pace has challenged me to be all that I can—to put more than 100 percent into everything I do and to work harder and strive for greatness every day. Michael: Pace has given me the opportunity to explore many different areas of study, and has given me the ability to make an educated decision on my future. Lauren: Pace has supplied me with enough guidance and knowledge to enable me to make it in this competitive world. I could not have asked for more from a university.


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



Welcome to Pace University. Enjoy all that the South Street Seaport has to offer—just five blocks from the New York City campus.


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Saturday afternoon football games. Small classrooms. Fortune 500 companies. Pace Westchester students get the traditional college experience, plus all the co-op work opportunities they could possibly want in Westchester County and southern Connecticut.

Westchester Campus If you are looking for a traditional collegiate atmosphere, competitive athletics, and an active social scene with more than 3,000 undergraduate students, choose our Westchester campus in Pleasantville. Here, you’ll find an inviting community set on 200-acres of land with several on-campus residence halls, academic buildings, Goldstein Health and Fitness Center with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, athletic fields, Mortola Library, and the Kessel Student Center. Or travel a short distance to the village of Pleasantville where you can enjoy a host of unique retail shops and fine dining, the acclaimed Jacob Burns Film Center, performing arts, music festivals–all woven together to enrich your university experience. 12

But don’t let the serenity of this suburban small-college campus fool you! Pace Westchester is an incubator of thought—and a powerful engine that will fuel your career. In fact, Westchester County is called the Golden Apple for the richness of its corporate opportunities. What’s more, New York City is about 30 miles away, with a free shuttle available to take you from campus to the Metro-North train station, located close by in downtown Pleasantville. At Pace’s Westchester campus in Pleasantville, you can truly have it all.


Westchester Majors Accounting General Accounting Public Accounting American Studies Applied Psychology and Human Relations Art Biochemistry Biology Biological Psychology Business Studies Chemistry Childhood Education Clinical Laboratory Science Communication Arts and Journalism Communications Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics Education, Adolescent Biology Chemistry Earth Science English History / Social Studies Italian Mathematics Spanish English English and Communications Environmental Science Environmental Studies Film and Screen Studies Finance History Human Services Information Systems Information Systems–Business Information Systems–Computer Science International Management Liberal Studies Management Business Management Entrepreneurship Human Resources Management Marketing Advertising and Promotion E-Business and Interactive Media International Marketing Marketing Management Mathematics Modern Languages and Cultures Nursing (4-year program) Philosophy and Religious Studies Political Science Professional Communication Studies Professional Computer Studies Professional Studies Professional Technology Studies Internet Technology and E-Commerce Telecommunications (NACTEL) Psychology Social Science Technology Systems

As a football and basketball player { Jonathan Jones ’09, Business Management } chose our 200-acre Westchester campus in Pleasantville because he wanted all the benefits of being near a big city matched with a strong business program and athletics.


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

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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 you’re looking for, you’ll find it in New York City, home to 8 million people—and to more than 4,500 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 Festival… Chinatown… Midtown… Ellis Island… The Metropolitan Museum of Art… Battery Park—the list of people, places, and things to do is virtually endless here in the greatest city on Earth. Plus, there’s so much going on right on campus; it’s a city in itself. Connect with friends at the Eddie Layton Student Union, Mortola Courtyard, or Café 101. Browse the Pace Bookstore, just across from City Hall Plaza, or check out our world scholar collections at the Henry Birnbaum Library. Take a break in your residence hall; we offer a wide variety of housing options, including Maria’s Tower right at One Pace Plaza, Fulton Hall, and the new 55 John Street residence hall as well as the St. George-Weller Building in Brooklyn. 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, New York, just a short train ride away.


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As { Taisha Heimberg ’10, Business Economics } 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.

Accounting General Accounting Public Accounting Acting American Studies Applied Psychology and Human Relations Art History Biochemistry Biology Biology Pre-professional Occupational Therapy Optometry Physical Therapy Podiatry Business Economics Business Studies Chemistry Chemistry Pre-Professional: Chemical Engineering Clinical Laboratory Science Communication Sciences and Disorders Communication Studies Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics English Language and Literature Environmental Science Environmental Studies Film and Screen Studies Finance Fine Arts Forensic Science History Information Systems Information Systems–Business Information Systems–Computer Science International Management Language, Culture, and World Trade Liberal Studies Management Business Management Entrepreneurship Hospitality and Tourism Management Human Resources Management Management Science Major/ Mathematics Minor Marketing Advertising and Promotion E-Business and Interactive Media International Marketing Marketing Management Mathematics Modern Languages and Cultures Musical Theater Philosophy and Religious Studies Political Science Professional Communication Studies Professional Computer Studies Professional Studies Professional Technology Studies Internet Technology and E-Commerce Telecommunications (NACTEL) Psychology Sociology-Anthropology Spanish Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities Technology Systems Theater Arts Women’s and Gender Studies


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Pace NYC’s Edward J. Mortola Courtyard offers a tranquil respite where students can sit together and chat, study, or enjoy the camaraderie of friends under the shade of trees and listen to the sounds of the city.


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Founded in 1906, Pace University is a leading, private metropolitan university that offers an exceptional liberal arts education combined with superior career preparation, two strategic undergraduate New York locations, and robust financial aid. Our diverse population of 7,700 undergraduate students (4,600 in NYC and 3,100 in Westchester) is enrolled in more than 3,000 courses across 100plus majors and combined degree programs. Our innovative Core Curriculum allows students to develop critical thinking and communication skills by studying subject areas that are integrated around a theme. Students can choose from Civic Engagement and Public Values, Critical Writing, World Traditions and Cultures, and Public Speaking. Students also participate in community-based learning where they are given the opportunity to practice their skills in real-life settings. Pace University offers superior career preparation through one of the largest internship programs in New York. More than 1,100 students intern at more than 500 partner companies throughout metropolitan New York, Westchester County, and southern Connecticut each year. These partnerships not only afford students great internship and job opportunities, but also help us determine what to teach them so they can be successful in the real-world. Our internship experience affords students the opportunity to master a field of study while gaining experience—something you don’t always get at other universities. At Pace, we invite you to work toward greatness with us.


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The Lubin School of Business prepares students such as { Tamar Wilson ’11, International Management } to work in the dynamic world of international business.


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Competition for Fulbright Scholarships is incredible. But then, so is Raj Shrestha, who was a member of Pace’s Pforzheimer Honors College, a Lubin Leader and Scholar, member of business honor societies, and, most recently, a Fulbright Scholar. Raj received a Fulbright grant to Nepal to research the alleviation of poverty through the use of microcredit. He is studying the socioeconomic impact of the Nepalese private banking systems and work in partnership with rural cooperatives and cottage industries, with the hopes that his work will ultimately lead to improvements in the system. The Lubin School of Business has helped provide the foundation he needs to succeed. “Lubin has an incredible reputation—and you can’t beat its location,” notes Raj, who transferred to Pace from a small liberal arts school when he decided to major in business. “With its small classes, individual attention, and professional internships, Pace has truly challenged me to live up to my fullest potential.”

Lubin Points of Distinction: Dually accredited for business and accounting by AACSB International, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business—the premier accrediting organization for business schools in the world. Fewer than three percent of business schools internationally have this dual accreditation. Undergraduate business program is ranked among the top undergraduate programs in U.S.News & World Report. Largest private, four-year AACSB accredited undergraduate business program in metropolitan NY and the fifth largest private program in the U.S.

Lubin Notable Alumni include: Herb Henkel ’79, chaiman,

president, and CEO of Ingersoll-Rand Company; Melvin Karmazin ’79, CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio; William C. Nelson ’75, chairman and CEO of HBO; James Quinn ’80, president of Tiffany & Co.; Ivan G. Seidenberg ’81, chairman and CEO of Verizon; and Marie Toulantis ’81, CEO of Barnes&Noble.com.

BusinessWeek lists Pace University as one of the “Best Northeastern Colleges in the U.S. by Salary Potential.” Pace graduates earn a starting median salary of $53,200, only a few thousand less than graduates of Yale University, putting Pace among the top 50 colleges in the nation.


Pace Mentor Kathryn F. Winsted, PhD

From the Lubin School of Business to Nepal to alleviate poverty through the use of microcredit. That’s where Raj headed. Just imagine where your degree from Lubin will take you.

When Lubin students like Raj need a helping hand to guide them through the Fulbright Scholarship process, they turn to Kathy Winsted, adviser to Lubin Fulbright Scholarship applicants and associate director of the Lubin Leaders and Scholars Business Honors Student Program.

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Over 100 years old, yet known to be highly innovative With a wide range of programs, from traditional to cutting-edge, Lubin educates students on both the New York City and Westchester campuses 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 fill internships throughout metropolitan New York. Lubin faculty teach both graduate and undergraduate students, and many are “experiential” professors—teachers who continue to work in their field. As a result, our faculty members are able to combine their real-world business experience with their teachings on the fundamentals of business—including economics, finance, accounting, marketing, and management—to better prepare students for long-term success in the field of business. We also emphasize the practical application of theory to make sure you’re ready to make important contributions from the outset of your career.

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Lubin offers another key distinction: Pace’s internship program, the largest co-op program offered by any four-year college in the New York metropolitan area. We’re literally located in the midst of the world’s financial center, surrounded by hundreds of companies, many topping the Fortune 100 list. Lubin students at our Westchester campus in Pleasantville have the same advantage, with the headquarters of many of the world’s leading corporations located nearby throughout Westchester County and southern Connecticut. Employers expect a lot of Pace interns. And they deliver. Our faculty is engaged in research that is regularly published in leading business journals. They include Claudia Green, PhD, executive director of the Center for Global Business Programs and coordinator of the Hospitality and Tourism Management program, and P.V. Viswanath, PhD, director of the Global Portfolio Analysis Center at Pace, and are focused on teaching “10 years out,” preparing students for long, successful careers of leadership in the business world.


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{ Oz Michaeli ’09, Computer Science } New York City


{ Joseph Conyers ’08, Computer Science } New York City

Junior year, Joe Conyers studied abroad at London’s University of Westminster, where he also had the opportunity to put his computing skills to work in a real estate firm. His experience taught him that he’s an entrepreneur at heart. “Eventually, I want to manage my own start-up company. And Pace, with its focus on both theory and application, along with amazing professors, has given me the foundation I need.” 22

Seidenberg Points of Distinction: One of the first comprehensive schools of computing in the country. The Seidenberg School was one of three schools nationwide and the first computing school to receive the 2006 ABET President’s Award for Diversity in recognition of its efforts to provide a supportive atmosphere for its diverse student body and to encourage young women to enter the field of computing. Seidenberg was cited by Crain’s New York Business as one of the top five grantors of technology degrees awarded in the New York metropolitan area. Women make up 32 percent of the Seidenberg student body compared to approximately 20 percent nationwide. Seidenberg students have received full scholarships plus stipends from the Department of Defense to study information assurance every year for the past three years. Each year Pace grants scholarships to top high school students pursuing careers in computing through the Ivan G. Seidenberg ’81 endowment.


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Joe worked for Tungsten Partners and Morgan Stanley. And that was before he even started his final year of study with the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems.

Assistant Dean Hill was instrumental in helping Joe create a program tailored to his individual interests and learning style. Says Joe: “He’s been a tremendous resource for advice on jobs and helping me get the most out of my education.”

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Just think where you could land with a degree from Pace. Can you see yourself 10 years from now—a computer analyst for Bloomberg? Information systems engineer for the New York Stock Exchange? Or working with law enforcement in the field of computer forensics?

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Our 90 full- and part-time educators are exemplary, too. In fact, many are leaders in their fields, including Susan M. Merritt, PhD, who received the Martin Luther King Jr. Excellence in Social Justice Award, and Christelle Scharff, PhD and Olly Gotel, PhD, who teach a course in software engineering where students collaborate across time zones with students in Cambodia and India to complete projects. The majority of Seidenberg students participate in the Pace Cooperative Education program, one of the largest in the New York metropolitan area. Employers include IBM, Bloomberg, Lead Technologies, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, and Time Warner Cable, to name just a few. And through the Seidenberg Scholars Program, funded by a $15 million endowment from Verizon CEO Ivan G. Seidenberg ’81, we offer scholarships to top high school students pursuing careers in computing.

Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems

Founded in 1983 as one of the country’s first comprehensive schools of computing, the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems has been educating technology leaders longer than most other universities. Today, the Seidenberg School offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees, with scheduling at multiple locations, selective courses available online, and travel courses to India, England, and France. Our broad spectrum of courses ranges from Web technologies and game programming to data mining and project management. Our program is also one of only a small percentage nationwide that focuses on pattern recognition, security, and robotics. One student, Oz Michaeli ’09, saw Pace’s Robotics Lab, and it was love at first sight! He, along with his professor and a team of graduate and undergraduate students, have succeeded in giving the robot “Alexandra” 3-D vision. With Pace students creating new ways to see, Alexandra may one day be able to help save lives in hospital and military settings.


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{ Christina Musso ’09, Psychology } Westchester Nearby the Westchester campus in Pleasantville is the Jacob Burns Film Center, a nonprofit cultural arts center dedicated to making film a vibrant part of the local community, where Pace students can enjoy the best of independent, documentary, and world cinema.


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Up close and personal. Whether he’s testing cell function under a microscope or discussing the big picture with his professors, Gabriel De Leon says Pace’s small class sizes and access to faculty are the keys to success. While he plans to enter a doctorate program for cellular and molecular biology in the future, Gabriel values the personal, close-knit nature of Pace’s undergraduate experience, specifically his relationships with his professors. He says, “some graduate students do not even have this opportunity, let alone undergraduates.”

Dyson Points of Distinction Professor Emerita of English Jean Fagin Yellin, PhD was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Women and Sisters: the Anti-Slavery Feminists in American Culture (1990). She was also awarded a Ford Foundation Grant in 2004 of $100,000, in part to complete her two-volume edition of Harriet Jacobs’ papers called The Harriet Jacobs Family Papers. Yellin also won the prestigious Frederick Douglass Prize for literature for her biography Harriet Jacobs: A Life. Five Musical Theater majors gained roles in Broadway National Tours this past summer. Associate Professor of Biology Nancy Krucher, PhD and Pace University student researchers are testing a method that will signal human cancer cells to stop proliferating, and ultimately die. This novel research approach is focused on activating an important protein that protects against cancer.

Dyson Notable Alumni include: Gina Centrello ’81, President

and Publisher, Random House; Michéle Classe ’73, Retired Director of Export, Sony Corporation; Anthony Gagliardi ’75, Senior Vice President, St. Vincent’s Hospital; Elizabeth J. MacKay Esq. ’80, Deputy Director, NJ Division of Consumer Affairs.

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Pace Mentor Nancy Krucher, PhD

Go anywhere. Be anything. Design your own liberal arts education at the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences.

Gabriel’s fondness for cellular and molecular biology is further enhanced by Professor Krucher’s love for her profession. “She is an enthusiastic professor and the course material is very intriguing.”

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Find your place in the world right here at Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. We offer more than 50 major programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences on both the New York City and Westchester campuses. From Forensic Science, Criminal Justice, and Environmental Science to Psychology, Musical Theater, and Communications, Dyson programs are designed to help you become a better thinker, with sharper focus, stronger clarity of mind, and greater capacity to understand our complex world.

So what about our faculty? What can we say about professors like Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD, who also lectures at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Martha Driver, PhD? Both are recognized as Distinguished Professors at Pace for their “continuous, extraordinary, and widely recognized contributions as scholars and teachers.” Or how about Charles L. North and Linda Anstendig, EdD, the 2008 recipients of the Kenan Award for Teaching Excellence? Our faculty members are accomplished leaders in their fields—and more importantly, they are devoted educators who willingly dedicate their time to their students and support them as they strive to fulfill their potential.

A Core Curriculum YOU design Personally and intellectually enriching, our core courses will prepare you to become a lifelong learner—and at the same time, give you the opportunity to easily add a minor or dual major to your course of study. Many Core Curriculum courses are offered by Dyson College and are designed to help you achieve the right blend of thinking, writing, and learning skills that employers demand. These Core requirements give you great latitude in pursuing your interests while preparing you to better respond to the inevitable changes and challenges you will face in your professional and personal life.

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Dedicated to their fields, devoted to you

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In the Pace tradition, Dyson courses focus on the connection between theory and practical experience. Simply put, we make learning relevant to your life. For example, students of JaimeLee Rizzo, PhD support her in the research of antimicrobial compounds that can be permanently bonded onto fabrics, membranes, and wound dressings to kill fungus and bacteria on contact. Such compounds, for which Rizzo had two patents on antimicrobial surfaces awarded and has seven patents pending (two with Johnson & Johnson on wound dressings), may have lifesaving applications for hospital emergency room patients, among other uses. Most students also get a taste of the real world through many internships and work experiences. Students like Alessia Eramo ’07, a Dyson student who conducted environmental research on a Queens, New York neighborhood, or Dhwani Patel ’07, who, after having taught children in an after-school program in Chinatown, is now in Hong Kong on a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English to Asian school children.

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{ Sarah Wood ’09, Nursing } Westchester


It’s intense and demanding. But it pays off. The overwhelming majority of Pace nursing graduates pass their licensure exams the first time. And go on to get great jobs. The Lienhard School of Nursing offers something most other nursing schools don’t. As a first-year student, you’ll take your first nursing course so that by your second year, you’re ready to start your first hands-on clinical experience. You’ll have the chance to work at such outstanding health care institutions as Mt. Sinai Hospital Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Northern Westchester Hospital, and the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. And you’ll learn through exposure to cutting-edge theory, technique, and technology. With these advantages, you’ll be ready to move on to a full-time job when you graduate. And with your degree from Pace, you won’t have any trouble finding a great opportunity.

Pace Mentor Robert Browner, PhD Sarah Wood ’08 dreaded anatomy and physiology. But as she recalls, the more she talked one-on-one with Professor Browner, the more she liked the course. “He was always willing to stay after class and give us whatever extra help we needed.”

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How can we be so sure? We offer a four-year, entry-level program with a basis in liberal arts to help you build the foundation you’ll need to get started on an advanced degree. We also offer an Accelerated Combined Degree program in which you can complete a BSN and optional MS or MA in less than three years. In fact, our BSN/MS or MA combined accelerated degree is one of the oldest in the country. And our faculty is top-notch, with our distinguished faculty members being Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing, of which there are only 1,500 worldwide.

Lienhard Points of Distinction: Pace was among the first schools to establish a Family Nurse Practitioner Program, which was ranked 9th in the country by U.S.News & World Report in 2008. We also offer the first nurse-managed, nurse-run, campus-based health service. Pace and the Lienhard School of Nursing have a proud tradition of civic engagement, demonstrated by our affiliation with numerous local hospitals with which Lienhard students work and volunteer.

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Why do senior nursing students at Pace feel so well prepared for their licensure exams? Sarah Wood attributes this to the dedicated professors, the classroom environment, and hands-on experience in the hospital setting, which began her second-year, a full year earlier than many other programs. “When you’re in the hospital, your learning increases exponentially because it’s easier to remember something when you can associate it with something you actually did.”


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MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE

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Pace Mentor Sr. St. John Delany, PhD

Teachers can change our world. At least, that’s what Lauren learned at the Pace School of Education. Now she’s leaving her own mark on the world.

When thinking of a favorite faculty mentor at Pace Lauren looks to Sr. St. John Delany. “She was my mentor for the four years that I attended Pace and I believe that she will continue to act as my mentor. She is an intelligent woman who is always willing to help all of her students.”

Who among us hasn’t had a teacher who has helped us overcome challenge and inspired in us a lifelong love of learning? Perhaps you’ll be such an inspiration to some young student one day. That’s our goal, anyway. WE STC H E STE R

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 State’s high standards for educators. Toward this end, we offer innovative programs that feature: strong linkages with the arts and sciences; community partnerships; school-based field experience starting in the second year of study; extensive use of technology for teaching and learning; research-based courses that link theory with practice; and substantial financial aid. And our faculty is superb, with expertise in special education, literacy, and technology. Ultimately, 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 students—teachers who will be among those rare people remembered by their students long into adulthood.

School of Education Points of Distinction: In 2004, the School of Education helped establish a high school. Located in Chinatown, Pace High School provides a training ground for Pace students. It was also listed in the top “10 Most Promising New High Schools” by Time Out New York. The school’s first class graduated in 2008.

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Lauren is now living in Rome, Italy, where she teaches English and attends intensive Italian language courses. Next spring, she plans to begin graduate school and work towards earning her Master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

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At Pace, we prepare graduates of our programs to be reflective practitioners who promote social justice, create caring classrooms and school communities, and enable their students to be successful learners.


INTERNATIONAL STUDY

Pace University is home to international students representing 90 countries, making up 6 percent of our total students. Scholarships Merit-based scholarships are available to international students who apply as first-year and transfer applicants. SAT scores must be submitted with the application for scholarship consideration.

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 additional measures in place, they include:

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Pace has a long-standing commitment to cultural diversity. We strive to advance knowledge, while also enhancing mutual understanding, respect, and beneficial collaboration between people of the world. As an international student, you are entitled to all that Pace offers to its domestic students. You will be exposed to the same great liberal education and experience the same great career preparation. There are also merit scholarships available to help assist you with tuition.

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The application process is easy. International students apply for entry to Pace the same way domestic students do. You will be required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score that is no more than two years old if English is your second language. International students accepted to a degree program at Pace University and have sufficient monies to finance their studies in the U.S. may receive the appropriate documentation required to obtain a student or exchange student visa needed to enter the United States. If you have submitted the proper financial information, Pace will send you a Form I-20 which serves as your “application” for obtaining a student visa. Please note that Pace University does not issue visas. It is best to apply for a visa in your home country.

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• employing a professional, in-house security staff with many years of law enforcement and private security experience, augmented by a top-notch uniform security guard company, • providing an electronic alert (PaceAlert) system that allows students to receive emergency messages from Pace on their cell phone or PDA, • an electronic security system, which includes closed circuit television cameras, intrusion alarms, card access readers, and an emergency communication system, • a Security Awareness Program to keep the Pace community informed of safety precautions, that employs the Pace Intranet and school newspapers to send alerts, update information, and furnish tips on safety and security, and • requiring students, faculty, and staff to carry or wear their IDs at all times and to cooperate if asked for ID by a security officer.

A strong international community New York is one of the few places in the United States where you can explore American culture and language in all its forms— and still find people who speak your native language. New York has one of the largest international populations in the United States, and Pace University has a strong international student community representing over 90 different countries.

Pace has many programs and departments to assist you during your time here. International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)

The ISSO assists with matters of special concerns to international students. The office 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. The ISSO is also responsible for institutional compliance with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of State (DOS) regulations.

English Language Institute (ELI)

The English Language Institute (ELI) at Pace University prepares international students to adapt successfully at Pace. This program is very helpful to students who are academically qualified to study at Pace but who need to improve their English before enrolling in credit courses full time. As an ELI student, you will have access to all University facilities, including libraries, computer labs, housing, cafeterias, sports centers, medical and counseling services, and the International Students and Scholars Office.


Students such as { Sherin Kuruvilla ’10, Nursing } are attracted to Pace for the tremendous diversity offered on both of our campuses. This diversity gives you the opportunity to grow in an international greenhouse of thought, helping you gain a greater perspective on the world. You’ll be prepared to take off for a new country should you decide to take advantage of our extensive Study Abroad program. And you’ll be ready to take on the diverse world in which you’ll live and work after you leave Pace.


ACADEMIC LIFE

We Educate Thinking Professionals. Pace provides high quality professional education resting on a firm base of liberal learning. Our faculty is instrumental in helping shape our superb academic program, which includes our innovative Core Curriculum and many “first in the nation” courses. Plus every course, program, and opportunity melds theory with practical experience, whether you’re working in the classroom side-byside with professors who are also seasoned professionals, or out in the field as an intern.

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Pace provides you a rich, dynamic learning environment with intimate classrooms–just 28 students on average. Our faculty are inspiring. Comprised of 438 full-time and 581 part-time members who are Fulbright-Hayes Fellows, Phi Beta Kappa members, National Science Foundation awardees, prolific scholars, award-winning teachers, journalists, and leading researchers, Pace faculty are also accessible to students. They consider themselves partners with students and are ready to provide expert advice, personal guidance, and mentoring assistance to help you work toward greatness.

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The Mortola Library is the focal point for technology-based learning on the Westchester campus and a recognized pocket of excellence within the University. As an integral part of the Pace library system, the Mortola Library in Westchester, the Henry Birnbaum Library in NYC, and the satellite operation at the Graduate Center in White Plains provide an impressive array of material and digital resources in support of classroom teaching, collaborative and interactive learning, independent study, scholarly research, and lifelong learning.


Honors College Honors College students participate in many cultural learning experiences. Here, students from Westchester are on a trip to NYC with Director and Distinguished Professor Janetta Rebold Benton, PhD.

The Pforzheimer Honors College Did you maintain a high school GPA of 90 or higher? Were your SAT verbal and math scores 550 or higher? If so, you may qualify for the Pforzheimer Honors College. The Honors College is open to all majors within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Lubin School of Business, School of Education, Lienhard School of Nursing, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. Transfer students and current students may also be eligible for the Honors College.

This highly esteemed program offers several key advantages: Financial reward: Your academic success is rewarded with financial incentives, including a special merit scholarship of $15,000 annually. You’ll also receive a laptop computer and you may apply for an additional $1,000 stipend during your junior or senior year to be used in an approved honors research project. Research opportunities: You’ll have the chance to participate in the same level of advanced research typically reserved for graduate students. Honors advisement: You’ll receive specialized advisement in addition to your regular faculty advisers. Both campuses offer an honors director, honors adviser, and a council of honors faculty, who can help you select the right combination of courses to meet your goals. Going for the gold: We’ll help you maximize your potential by supporting you in your quest for national scholarships, fellowships, and funded research programs, including the Fulbright Award and the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates, among many others.

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The Lubin Leaders and Scholars Program (LLSP) provides a select group of outstanding BBA students with

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an enhanced, challenging and rewarding academic experience to prepare them for leadership positions in business. The LLSP focuses primarily on the junior and senior years. It is open to Lubin students who are members in good standing in the Pforzheimer Honors College as well as other Lubin students who have achieved a minimum CQPA of 3.30 and who have participated in Pace student organizations or in community based organizations. Transfer students who have achieved at least a 3.30 CQPA in their previous college or university and have a record of leadership will also be considered for admission. LLSP students are eligible to enroll in progressive honors-level sections of Lubin Business Core courses, attend challenging workshops and events, develop enhanced relationships with faculty and other top-level students, participate in international field study courses, and write an honors-level senior thesis. Eligible students will receive an invitation to apply in the spring of their sophomore year at Pace.


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Aron A. Gottesman, PhD

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Associate Professor of Finance and Economics

Professor Gottesman is Pace’s resident expert in financial markets, financial intermediation, mutual funds, managerial finance, and capital markets. Gottesman has published many articles in journals such as Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Empirical Finance. His research has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Forbes, and Business Week. He has also won numerous awards and research grants, including both a grant and doctoral fellowship from the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

P.V. Viswanath, PhD Professor of Finance

Undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to learn from one of the best financial experts in the business: P.V. Viswanath, PhD, professor of finance, New York Stock Exchange Scholar and director of Pace’s Global Portfolio Analysis Center. Professor Viswanath also serves as a financial industry consultant in the areas of margin policy and dividend policy. He has authored numerous educational publications and done extensive research spanning such areas as corporate finance, law and economics, and the application of economics to Jewish Law.

Rudolph A. Jacob, PhD Melissa S. Cardon, PhD

Assistant Professor of Management

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Prior to joining Lubin, Cardon was an HR analyst for Key Bank, where she managed organizational compliance with EEO/AA regulations. Professor Cardon’s research focuses on human resources and entrepreneurial passion and behaviors, and she has published articles in journals such as Academy of Management Review, the 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.

Professor of Accounting

A member of the Lubin faculty since 1973, Rudolph Jacob is a tenured full professor and chairman of the Accounting Department. Since joining Pace, he has taught courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. With his dedication to excellence in accounting education, Jacob was a natural choice for Pace’s “Outstanding Teacher of the Year” Award. He enhances his classroom effectiveness by drawing heavily from more than 24 years of consulting experience, including his experiences as an adviser to more than 200 small businesses in the areas of accounting and finance. In addition, he has testified as a forensic economist in numerous accounting and economic litigation matters in federal and state courts. A former Faculty Fellow at Coopers & Lybrand, Professor Jacob’s research interests include financial, managerial, and international accounting issues. He is also widely published in academic and professional journals.


Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Christelle Scharff, PhD

Associate Professor of Computer Science Professor Christelle Scharff obtained her PhD in Computer Science from the Henri Poincaré University of Nancy in France and did her research at LORIA and INRIA Lorraine. Scharff continues to apply her research in automated deduction and theorem proving to software and hardware verification. Scharff believes that in today’s environment “software proofs have become crucial and provide assurances that cannot be obtained simply through testing.”

Li-Chou Chen, PhD Assistant Professor of Information Systems

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 traffic, Professor Chen brings years of research and knowledge to the Information Systems department. Says Chen on her research, “My interests are focused on combining artificial intelligence, simulation modeling, and social network analysis to conduct technological and policy analysis in the area of information security.”

Chienting Lin, PhD Assistant Professor of Information Systems

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Professor of Computer Science With more than 20 years of experience acquired at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Lab, a wealth of knowledge in the area of pattern recognition focusing on voice and handwriting informs Professor Tappert’s teaching. In his software engineering classes, he has his students work on the real-world computer information systems project for clients within and outside the University.

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Professor Lin worked with his colleagues on security and intrusion detection in connection with the school’s designation as one of the only 59 National Centers of Excellence in Information Assurance. Lin’s research interests center on information assurance and network security, digital government and e-commerce applications, knowledge management systems, and implementation of enterprise systems. His research 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.


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Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Benjamin B. Tucker, JD

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Professor of criminal justice Benjamin B. Tucker is an expert in the fields of criminal justice, police management, school safety, and emergency management. He served as chief executive for School Safety and Planning at the New York City Department of Education, and as deputy director for operations at the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) at the U.S. Department of Justice. He also was deputy assistant director for Law Enforcement Services in the New York City Mayor’s Office of Operations, and executive director/first deputy commissioner at the New York City Commission on Human Rights. He began his career as a New York City police officer. Tucker is a consultant to the Urban Institute’s School Violence Prevention initiative, under the auspices of the Eastern and Southern District U.S. Attorney’s Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative. He is a member of the boards of the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services and the New York City Criminal Justice Agency.

Maria T. Luskay ’85, PhD

Associate Professor of Communications Associate Professor Luskay has a unique philosophy: assign students real projects, provide them with top-notch professional equipment, and then place them in the world. The result? “We teach students how to be real producers, writers, directors—creative individuals who can conceptualize a project. Our students actually produce award-winning videos.”

Rostyslaw Robak, PhD Professor of Psychology, Department Chair

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“When you study psychology at Pace you will gain useful knowledge that can be applied in whatever career path you choose,” says Rostyslaw Robak, PhD, who teaches courses on Social Psychology, Group Dynamics, Psychology of Death and Dying, and Theories and Techniques of Counseling. “Psychologists have made huge strides in recent years in precisely those areas that everyone needs to understand in order to function better in life. 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 what’s pathological.” Robak has done extensive research on group counseling processes; self-definition; and money and satisfaction. His approach to teaching is simple: Treat students with respect. It’s the same approach he’s found effective in counseling.

Catherine Zimmer, PhD Assistant Professor of English

Catherine Zimmer came to Pace in 2005 to participate in the launch of the Film and Screen Studies Program and to teach in the English Department. Whether students are discussing the definitions of “monstrosity” in her Horror Film seminar, the history of film editing in The Art of Film, or even the nature of reality in her Virtual Reality Literature and Film class, the emphasis is always on thinking about how forms of media open up to larger social, political, and philosophical structures. Professor Zimmer’s current research is focused on cinematic representations of surveillance technologies and practices, examining how narrative and stylistic analysis within film and screen studies might function in concert with political philosophy and the growing field of surveillance studies.


Lienhard School of Nursing Karen Haghenbeck, PhD Assistant Professor of Nursing

Professor Haghenbeck has received two grants to continue researching cardiac events in women. Why the immense dedication to this area? As she says, “All beginning research was done on men, and nothing applied to women. I wanted to find out why there is a delay in women recognizing their symptoms and how the medical field reacts to their complaints, which are not the typical chest pains like men have.”

David N. Ekstrom, PhD Associate Professor of Nursing

With a PhD and MA in nursing from New York University, Associate Professor Ekstrom has cultivated many areas of expertise from international activities for nursing students and using the Internet in nursing intervention to pediatrics and transcultural nursing. He is currently conducting research on the use of distance education in RN/BS programs, the impact of international experiences for nursing students, and Internet support for fathers of special needs children. In addition to teaching both undergraduate and graduate students, Ekstrom is the director of International Affairs.

Martha J. Greenberg, PhD

Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Undergraduate Studies Professor Martha J. Greenberg, PhD is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Undergraduate Studies at Lienhard. Her areas of expertise include Alternative/Complementary Healing and Integrative Medicine and Nursing Leadership. Her current areas of research include the use of imagery, visualization, and humor in pain reduction. In addition to her teaching role, Greenberg also works in the medical-surgical units at Falmouth Hospital in Massachusetts as a per diem staff nurse.

School of Education Dianne Zager, PhD Professor of Education

Professor Zager came to Pace with more than 30 years of experience working in the field of special education. In 2005, when Pace received Michael C. Koffler’s gift of $1.25 million to establish an endowed professorship, Zager was the perfect choice. The grant also allowed for the creation of the Center for Teaching and Research in Autism. “There are more than 4,000 students in New York City with autism,” says Zager, “And there is a shortage of teachers in the city. It just makes sense that Pace should be stepping in and providing this training.”

Arthur T. Maloney, EdD Joan Myers, PhD

Assistant Professor of Special Education After a long career in public education, Professor Myers has acquired a comprehensive understanding of the issues facing special education today. Committed to providing a quality education, Myers strives for equity in education through involvement in development of inclusive programs and addressing the overrepresentation of minority students in special education. “I am pleased to have the opportunity to help to prepare the next generation of teachers so that they will be mindful of the issues facing the field and prepared to address them.”

Brian Evans, EdD

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Pace High School, situated in the Chinatown area of Manhattan, is a prime example of the exceptional academic opportunity at Pace University. Lifelong educator Arthur Maloney, EdD, headed the team that created the proposal for Pace High, where Pace undergraduates have the opportunity to teach and our professors have the chance to do research on effective classroom practices. “The research is critical to finding techniques that help teachers reach students with a range of abilities in any class,” says Maloney, chair of the School of Education.

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Receiving his Doctorate in Mathematics Education from Temple University in 2005, Brian Evans believes “that 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 flexible in their teaching skills and adapt to different learning styles. Evans has travelled extensively through six continents and to all 50 states, giving him a greater appreciation of cultural differences.

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STUDENT life

At our Westchester campus We offer seven on-campus undergraduate residence halls providing a wide range of living accommodations, including rooms, apartments, and suites.

In Briarcliff:

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Strong minds, strong bodies—Pace challenges and nurtures all of you.

Dow Hall, a traditional ivy-covered coed residence hall,

offers single, double, triple, and quadruple rooms. Dow is also home to our Honors College housing.

Hillside Residence Hall is a two-story traditional coed

residence hall, with a variety of room styles. Each floor has an open student lounge, plus foosball, a pool table, and central TV.

Valley House, another coed residence hall, also offers several room styles and provides an outdoor volleyball and basketball court.

New Dorm is reserved for juniors and seniors and offers

suite-style housing. Each double room adjoins another and shares a living room, private bathroom, and common micro-fridge unit. In addition, most rooms have a balcony and air conditioning.

In Pleasantville: Martin Hall, our coed residence hall overlooking

Pleasantville’s Environmental Center, offers single, double, triple, and quadruple rooms. Martin Hall is the closest residence hall to the Goldstein Health and Fitness Center, just a short walk away.

North Hall is a coed residence hall similar to Martin Hall.

The intercampus shuttle stops frequently in the North Hall parking lot.

The Townhouses in Pleasantville include 36 tri-level

apartments for juniors and seniors. Each unit houses eight students in four double rooms. Living room, dining room, full kitchen, and two bathrooms complete the apartments.

Pace is not only known for its rigorous academics, but also for its outstanding athletic programs. If you played varsity in high school, you can keep on playing and help the Pace Setters maintain their winning NCAA Division II Northeast 10 Division tradition as a member of one of our 19 intercollegiate teams. Just want to watch from the sidelines? Go for it! There’s nothing more motivating to the athletes than their fellow students cheering them on, especially during the homecoming game in the fall. If you want to compete, but not on the varsity level, choose from our comprehensive intramural programs in water polo, indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football, and three-on-three basketball tournaments.

And be sure to check out: The Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center on the Pace campus in Westchester County, offering: • T hree basketball courts, which convert into a regular sized basketball and volleyball arena seating 2,400 • One-eighth-mile track • Full fitness center featuring state-of-the-art cardio machines • Olympic-size swimming pool • Full range of fitness classes, from step aerobics and yoga to Japanese swordsmanship and scuba diving

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Things to do around campus  ee an independent film at the Jacob Burns S Film Center n Laugh at one of the comedy shows at the Paramount Center for the Arts or at Paulie’s Pleasantville n View beautiful Chagall windows in Sleepy Hollow and Union Church n Take in art at the Katonah Museum of Art or Neuberger Museum of Art n See a concert at Caramoor n Go shopping at one of the chic village stores n Dine in style in Zagat-rated restaurants

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The Civic Center Gym at One Pace Plaza in NYC: Fitness center with cardio and weight room

Men’s sports

Women’s sports

Baseball Basketball Cross country Football Golf Lacrosse Swimming and Diving Tennis Track and Field

Basketball Cheerleading Cross country Equestrian Golf Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Track and Field


Clubs and Organizations Sororities

Delta Phi Epsilon Phi Sigma Sigma Nu Zeta Phi Omega Phi Beta Alpha Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Theta Alpha Lambda Sigma

Greek Governance

The Greek Council National Pan-Hellenic Conference National Pan-Hellenic Council North American Interfraternity Conference Diversified Greek Council

Fraternities

Alpha Chi Rho Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Phi Delta Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Upsilon Lambda Upsilon Lambda Phi Kappa Tau Tau Kappa Epsilon

Special Interests

Accounting Society Black Student Union Campus Crusades for Christ Commuter Connection Criminal Justice Society Desi Heritage of Southeast Asia Freedom through Knowledge Future Educators of America Gay Straight Alliance Hip Hop Entertainment and Talent Management Society Organization of Latin American Students PIPE Gospel Choir Psychology Club Relay for Life Residence Hall Association Student Association Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Student Nurses at Pace The Legend Yearbook The Paw Print Student Newspaper Literary Magazine Women in Corporate America WPAW Radio Station


STUDENT life With four residence halls available, we offer a variety of housing options to New York City undergraduates. Maria’s Tower at One Pace Plaza is just an elevator ride away

from classes, the library, and international café. Living options include quiet-study floors, non-smoking floors, and all-female floors. Each room features double occupancy, a telephone, wall-to-wall carpeting, and an Ethernet connection. Our Fulton Hall residence offers a variety of room configurations, from singles to apartments that can accommodate up to five people. All rooms have been renovated and are wired for Internet access. A computer lab is available for community use.

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Our new 55 John Street residence is located close to Fulton Hall and Maria’s Tower. This smoke-free property shares access to a convenient lobby, lounges, kitchen, and laundry facilities. Rooms include private bath, refrigerator, plasma television with DVD player, and wireless Internet access. Pace students can also live just a few minutes away in the historic Brooklyn Heights district, riding the free Pace shuttle to and from Brooklyn or taking the 4, 5, or 6 train to the Brooklyn Bridge City Hall Station. The St. GeorgeWeller Building is only two blocks from Montague Street, known for its restaurants, shopping, and cultural activities.

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At our NYC campus

Please note: If you’d like to share a room with a friend who is planning to attend Pace, just let us know by the priority deadline.

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Things to do around the NYC campus nT  ake in the water at South Street Seaport or

Battery Park City

n Visit historic Little Italy for a tasty cannoli nW  alk to Chinatown for great food, culture,

and shopping

n Take in a film during the annual Tribeca

Film Festival

nS  ee your favorite movie star at an

show taping

nE  xperience music and performances at the River

to River and Fringe Festivals

nB  e a tourist for a day and see the countless city

museums and historic neighborhoods

nG  o to the Central Park Zoo, Rockefeller Center,

or Radio City Music Hall

nS  ee a show on Broadway


Clubs and Organizations Business/Professional

ASCEND Association of Latin Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) Beta Alpha Psi ED on Campus INFORMS (Management) Korean Collegiate Business Scholars National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Pace Advertising Club Pace Finance Club Pace Hospitality & Tourism Association Pace Investment Club Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA) Phi Chi Theta Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Women in Corporate America (WICA)

Student Media/Entertainment

Aphros Literary Magazine Legend Yearbook Pace Press Newspaper Programming and Campus Entertainment Board (PACE Board) WPUB Radio Station

Fraternities

Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Iota Alpha Sigma Beta Rho Sigma Lambda Beta Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta Beta Tau

Sororities

Alpha Kappa Alpha Kappa Delta Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Iota Alpha Sigma Lambda Gamma

Collegiate Interests

Future Educators Association Forensic Science Students Organization National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Pace Physican Assistant Club Pre-Med Society Student Nurses at Pace (SNAP)

Student Governance

Budget Allocation Council Class Reps Greek Council School Reps Student Government Association

Politics & Society Global Policy Forum Keep a Child Alive Pace CARES SGAC STAND THINK Environment

Cultural/ Social

African Students Association at Pace (ASAP) Caribbean Students Association (CSA) Collegiate Italian American Organization (CIAO) Hillel International Student Club Omega Hellenic Muslim Students Association Pace Christian Fellowship Pace Stonewall Coalition Sabor Latino SAMOSA (South Asian) Turkish Student Association United Chinese Students Association (UCSA) United Student Society of Russians (USSR)


NEW YORK CITY

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{ Rebecca DePaoli ’08, Business Management with Political Science minor } came to the Westchester campus in Pleasantville for the Pace volleyball team. But when she visited the campus she fell in love with it. She also quickly found out that “At Pace you are not just a number, or for that matter a name; you are a person with a past, a present, and an undoubtedly bright future.”


Fast Facts about Pace

2/

of faculty members hold a

PhD

3

or terminal degree

27 12

Fulbright winners since 2002

Watson Fellowship winners since 2002

11

Rockefeller Fellowships since 2002

87

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Enrollment (Total) Undergraduates Graduate Students Law Students

820

Male Students Female Students

40% 60%

Undergraduate Enrollment by School—Matriculated Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Lienhard School of Nursing Lubin School of Business School of Education

2,816 535 2,873 221

Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Other*

733 538

Residential and Commuter Both campuses Undergraduate Residents Undergraduate Commuters

36% 64%

Undergraduate Student Diversity † White (Non-Hispanic) Asian Black Hispanic Other

53% 11% 12% 13% 11%

8,030

New York City Campus

4,621

Westchester Campus

3,095

2008-2009 Undergraduate Tuition††

International students represent

different countries

4,376

† Fall 2007 Statistics; Self Reported * Students not affiliated with a particular school or college. Includes English Language Institute. †† Fee for tuition only. Does not include fees, room or board. Pace University reserves the right to change tuition rates.

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$30,632 Fast Facts about Pace

90

7,716

Enrollment by Gender

Total Number of Undergraduate Students

Academic average of incoming first-year students

12,912


MAJORS MAJORS

Major

Campus

Finance

Both

Both

Fine Arts

NYC

Public Accounting

Both

Forensic Science

NYC

Acting

NYC

History

Both

American Studies

Both

Human Services

Westchester

Applied Psychology and Human Relations

Both

Information Systems

Art

Westchester

Art History

NYC

Biochemistry

Both

International Management

Both

Biology

Both

NYC

NYC

Language, Culture, and World Trade Liberal Studies

Optometry

NYC

Management

Physical Therapy

NYC

Business Management

Podiatry

Occupational Therapy

Information Systems–Business Information Systems– Computer Science

Both Both

Both Both

NYC

Entrepreneurship

Both

Biological Psychology

Westchester

Business Economics

NYC

Hospitality and Tourism Human Resources Management

NYC Both

Business Studies †

Both

Chemistry

Both

Management Science Major/ Mathematics Minor

NYC

Marketing

Chemistry Pre-Professional: Chemistry: Chemical Engineering NYC Childhood Education Westchester

Degree PROGRAMS

Campus

General Accounting

Accounting

Biology Pre-professional **

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Major

Advertising and Promotion

Both

E-Business and Interactive Media Both

Clinical Laboratory Science

Both

International Marketing

Both

Communication Arts and Journalism

Westchester

Marketing Management

Both

Communication Sciences and Disorders

NYC

Communication Studies

NYC

Communications

Westchester

Computer Science

Both

Criminal Justice

Both

Economics

Both

Education, Adolescent †† Biology Chemistry

Westchester Westchester

Earth Science

Westchester

English

Westchester

History / Social Studies

Westchester

Italian

Westchester

Mathematics

Westchester

Spanish

Westchester

Mathematics

Both

Modern Languages and Cultures

Both

Musical Theater

NYC

Nursing (4-year program)

Westchester

Philosophy and Religious Studies Both Political Science

Both

Professional Communication Studies *

Both

Professional Computer Studies *

Both

Professional Studies

Both

Professional Technology Studies *

Environmental Studies

Both

Internet Technology and E-Commerce Telecommunications (NACTEL) Psychology Social Science Sociology-Anthropology Spanish Teaching Students with Speech and Language Disabilities Technology Systems Theater Arts

Film and Screen Studies

Both

Women’s and Gender Studies

English

Westchester

English and Communications

Westchester

English Language and Literature

NYC

Environmental Science

Both

Both and Online Both and Online Both Westchester NYC NYC NYC Both NYC NYC


Combined Degrees

ƒ

Get on the fast track to a graduate degree by enrolling in a combined degree program. 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 Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Biology and JD in Law

Degree PROGRAMS

(Four- and Five-Year Programs)

BA in Chemistry and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Childhood Education and Special Needs MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Communications and JD in Law BA in Computer Science and MS in Computer Science BA in Computer Science and MS in Information Systems

Top

14 majors at Pace

1. Management 2. Accounting

3. Nursing 4. Marketing 5. Finance 6. Communications 7. Psychology 8. Performing Arts/Theater 9. Biology 10. Education 11. Computer Science/Technology 12. Political Science 13. Forensics 14. Criminal Justice

BA in Computer Science and MS in Telecommunications BA in Earth Science and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in English and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in English and JD in Law BA in English Language and Literature and MS in Publishing BA in Environmental Studies and JD in Law BA in Environmental Studies and MS in Environmental Science BA in History and JD in Law BA in History Social Studies and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Italian and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Mathematics and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and JD in Law BA in Political Science and JD in Law BA in Political Science and Master in Public Administration

* **

BA in Psychology and MA in Psychology BA in Psychology and MS in Counseling BA in Spanish and Adolescent Education and MSE in Adolescent Education+++ BBA in Public Accounting and MBA in Public Accounting 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 BSN in Nursing and MS in Family Nurse Practitioner BS in Technology Systems and MS in Information Systems

Degree Programs

Transfer and adult students only 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. † Pending Program title change from General Business to Business Studies. †† Program requires students to choose a second major based on the subject they choose to teach. +++ Students can choose to major in Literacy, Special Education, or Educational Technology at the MSE level. ƒ Combined Degree programs have separate admission and enrollment requirements. Please contact the admission office for more details. Students who wish to enroll in the combined degree program usually do so in their junior and/or senior years and are required to meet a minimum GPA. Pre-med and pre-law tracks are preparatory for medical school or law school, respectively.

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Westchester Campus Briarcliff Pleasantville White Plains

New York City Campus

Š Sketches, etc. 2007

Our campuses offer distinct experiences, are only 30 miles apart, and are connected by a free shuttle or Metro-North railroad. As an undergraduate student you can study in lower Manhattan, just blocks away from Wall Street, or at the traditional collegiate Westchester campus in Pleasantville. 48


Westchester Campus Pace Westchester in Pleasantville is a traditional college environment on 200-acres in lower Westchester County, just 30 miles north of Manhattan and in close proximity to Fortune 500 employers.

Briarcliff

Additional residence halls, recreational facilities, and administrative offices are located in Briarcliff, 2.7 miles from Pleasantville and connected by frequent Pace shuttles between campuses.

Pleasantville 1. Dyson Hall

14. Paton House

2. Costello House

15. Administrative Center, Undergraduate Admission, Financial Aid

3. Marks Hall—Welcome Center

16. Townhouses

4. Willcox Hall

17. Gannet House

5. Miller Hall

18. Martin Hall

6. Lienhard Hall 7. Mortola Library 8. Kessel Student Center 9. Choate House 10. Pace Field 11. Field House 12. Baseball Field

Briarcliff

19. Environmental Center

1. West Hall

20. North Hall

2. Woodward Hall

10. Dining Hall

21. Buchsbaum House

3. Dow Hall

11. Hillside Residence Hall

22. Wright Cottage

4. Softball Field

12. Howard Johnson Hall

23. Art Barn

5. Practice Fields

24. Goldstein Academic Center

6. Tennis Courts

Briarcliff is 2.7 miles from Pleasantville. Pace Shuttle leaves every 20 minutes

13. Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center

9. Tead House

7. New Dorm 8. Valley House

Pleasantville

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Pace’s New York City campus is located in lower Manhattan’s financial district, just six blocks from Wall Street and providing close connections to the world’s largest corporations. Not only is New York City the business capital of the world, but it is also a center of activity for media, fashion, medicine, and law.

New York City Campus

Students also enjoy immediate access to the vast cultural richness of the world’s greatest city: museums; great neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy, Chelsea, and Tribeca; Central Park; libraries; and Broadway—giving you an incomparable setting and an education with an edge.

6. 55 John Street

1. 41 Park Row 2. One Pace Plaza 3. 163 William Street 4. 156 William Street 5. 106 Fulton Street 7. 551 Fifth Avenue Midtown Center French Building 8. St. George-Weller Building 100 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights

• Subway Station


“Pace is a wonderful school where you will not only learn a lot but will also build long-term relationships that allow you to grow as an individual and become a well-rounded human being.” { Mariya Illyasova ’08, Finance with Economics minor } New York City


FINANCIAL AID

A college education is an investment that will return value throughout your lifetime.

For more information on our outstanding financial aid program or to apply for financial aid, visit

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PACE.edu/financialaid

To help make college more affordable, Pace offers an extensive financial aid program to its students. University-sponsored scholarships are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit, service to the community and financial need. Last year students at Pace received more than $201 million in aid overall, with 95% of first-year students receiving some type of financial aid. Financial assistance can come from many places, including scholarships, grants, on-campus employment, and loans. There are also school-specific scholarships available (details for these are outlined on each school Web site). Merit-based aid is based on SAT scores, high school GPA, extracurricular activities, and other factors. Need-based aid is based on academic qualification and demonstrated financial need. Our goal is to offer every student as much financial assistance as possible based upon availability and need. And as long as there is adequate funding and you remain eligible, most financial aid is renewed on a yearly basis. To apply, simply complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15. You can continue to file after this date; however, that consideration for funds will be given on a first-come basis.

Financial Aid

General Institution Fee

$732 $725

Room and Board

$11,180 $11,180*

TOTAL DIRECT COSTS

$732 $725 $125 $125 $31,489 $31,482

$3,160 $2960

Books Personal Expenses Transportation

TOTAL DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS

$42,544 $42,537

$30,632 $30,632

COMMUTER

Living Allowance

$30,632

RESIDENT

DIRECT COSTS

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Tuition

INDIRECT COSTS

Below are the estimated educational cost budgets of full-time, matriculated undergraduates starting enrollment at Pace during the 2008–2009 academic year:

* This figure will vary depending upon residence, room, and meal plan selection.

$800 $800

$800 $800

$1,248 $1,350

$1,248 $1,248

$600 $600

$1,350 $1,350

$45,185 $45,192

$37,840 $38,047

Note: Pace University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, and room and board rates. When determining financial aid packages, we take into consideration the total cost of attendance, which includes fees not paid to Pace including books, spending money, and transportation costs.


That is probably the question students and their families ask most. The answer, of course, depends on your family’s particular circumstances. On this page are some samples of actual Pace Students and the financial aid packages they received. As you can see, there is a wide range of ways to finance your education.

Example 1

Michelle is an undergraduate commuter student living at home who attends Pace full time. • Family Income: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $51,943 • Expected Family Contribution as determined by FAFSA: . . . . . $3,712 Cost of Attendance Tuition and Fees (Direct Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,489 Living allowance, books, personal expenses, and transportation (Indirect Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,558 Total Cost Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,047 Financial Aid Institutional Aid  Pace Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,100 Pace Incentive Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 Non Institutional Aid Federal Pell Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $981 NYS Tuition Assistance Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,987 Total gift aid which does not need to be repaid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,068 Remaining Tuition and Fees for Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,421 Expected Additional Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,558 Loans Offered Direct Stafford Loan ($3,482 after loan fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500 Parent PLUS Loan ($21,908 after loan fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22,470 Total Loans Offered ($25,390 after loan fee) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25,970 Remaining Tuition and Fee Balance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Expected Refund toward Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,969

Example 2

Brad is an Honors student. He lives on the New York City campus and is a full-time undergraduate student. • Family Income: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $129,860 • Expected Family Contribution as determined by FAFSA: $ 13,947 Cost of Attendance Tuition, Fees, Housing, & Meal Plan (Direct Expenses). . . . . $42,544 Allowance for Books, Personal Expenses, and Transportation (Indirect Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,648 Total Cost Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45,192

Example 3

George is an undergraduate commuter student living at home who attends Pace full time. • Parent Income:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $51,153 • Student Income . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,696 • Expected Family Contribution as determined by FAFSA: . . $4,701 Cost of Attendance Tuition and Fees (Direct Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $31,489 Living allowance, books, personal expenses, and transportation (Indirect Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,558 Total Cost Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $38,047 Financial Aid Package Institutional Aid Pace Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,800 Pace Incentive Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,000 Non Institutional Aid NYS Tuition Assistance Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,000 Total gift aid which does not need to be repaid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $18,800 Remaining Tuition and Fees for Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,689 Expected Additional Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,558 Loans Offered Direct Stafford Loan ($3,482 after fees). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500 Parent PLUS Loan ($15,346 after fees). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,740 Total Loans Offered ($18,828 after fees). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,240 Remaining Tuition Balance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Expected Refund toward Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6,139

Example 4

Ronald is an athlete who is involved in community service. He lives on the Westchester campus and is a full-time undergraduate student. • Parent Income: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,912 • Student Income: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000 • Expected Family Contribution as determined by FAFSA: . . . . . . . . . 0 Cost of Attendance Tuition, Fees, Housing, & Meal Plan (Direct Expenses). . . . . $42,544 Allowance for Books, Personal Expenses, and Transportation (Indirect Expenses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,648 Total Cost of Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45,192

Financial Aid Package Institutional Aid Pforzheimer Honors College Scholarship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15,000 Pace Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,700 Pace Discretionary Fund. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000 Non Institutional Aid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Total gift aid which does not need to be repaid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $24,700 Remaining Tuition and Fees for Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17,844

Financial Aid Package Institutional Aid Trustee Recognition Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11,000 Football Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8,600 Pace Grant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,800 Pforzheimer Community Service Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500 Non Institutional Aid Pell Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,731 NYS Tuition Assistance Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,098 Total gift aid which does not need to be repaid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $41,729 Remaining Tuition and Fees for Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $815

Expected Additional Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,648

Expected Additional Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,648

Loans Offered Direct Stafford Loan ($3,482 after loan fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,500 Direct PLUS (Parent) Loan ($16,565 after loan fee). . . . . . . . . $16,990 Total Loans Offered ($20,047after loan fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20,490

Loans Offered Perkins Loan ($2,000 no fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000 Direct Stafford Loan ($1,455 after fee) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,463 Total Loans Offered ($3,455 after fee). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,463

Remaining Tuition, Fee, Housing, and Meal Plan Offered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Expected Refund toward Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,203

Remaining Tuition Balance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Expected Refund toward Indirect Expenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,640

95%

FINANCIAL AID

pace.edu/financialaid

How much financial aid can I expect?

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Note: Any combination of Pace academic awards and other institutional funding cannot exceed your institutional charges.

Last year,

of Pace first-year students received financial aid.

FAFSA.ed.gov

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There’s no need to wait until your taxes are filed; apply by February 15 for maximum consideration.

Pace University’s Federal School Codes: Pace New York City: 002791 Pace Westchester: 002792

Financial Aid

In order to be considered for financial aid, complete the FAFSA form at:


ADMISSION

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Admission Dates to Remember

Early September through late November

Make arrangements to visit Pace NYC and/or Pace Westchester and meet with an admissions counselor.

October

Register and take the SAT or ACT exam.

We invite you to visit Pace.

November

If applying for Early Action, be sure to give your completed application to your guidance counselor.

Join us for a Pace Open House:

Obtain a new FAFSA form online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

Westchester: Sunday, November 9, 2008 New York City: Sunday, November 16, 2008

Register and take the SAT or ACT exam if you have not done so already.

Information sessions are held most Saturdays.

Attend open house events.

For a full listing of events and to sign up, visit:

December

{PACE.edu/explore

December 1, 2008

Early Action Application Deadline*

To meet your Pace Admissions Counselor, e-mail or call us at:

January

NYC Campus ugnyc@pace.edu (212) 346-1323

First day to file FAFSA form

Westchester Campus ugplv@pace.edu (914) 773-3746

January 1, 2009

Early Action applicants will be notified of their admission decision in early January.**

January 15, 2009

Application deadline for Theater Applicants.

February February 15, 2009

Undergraduate application must be on file for consideration for President’s and Deans’ Scholarship program.*** Application deadline for First-Year Nursing applicants. Priority deadline for filing the FAFSA form.

March March 1, 2009

First-year Student Application Deadline Scholarship and Financial Aid Award Notifications

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May 1, 2009

Pace Enrollment and Housing Deposit Due

Summer 2009 Attend Orientation

September 2009

Admission

Begin your classes at Pace.

* Under this plan, you need to submit all materials prior to December 1, and must indicate “EARLY ACTION” on your application. ** 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.


{ Michael DeRario ’09, Marketing with a media and communications minor } Westchester

Discover your voice in the classroom. Discover your power in the workforce. Find your place in the world, right here at Pace.

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Now is your time to work toward greatness. Visit Pace and see for yourself. Start here:

PACE.edu/explore

To contact your Pace University admissions counselor, or take a campus tour, visit www.pace.edu/explore NYC Campus ugnyc@pace.edu (212) 346-1323

Westchester Campus ugplv@pace.edu (914) 773-3746

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Use The Pace Advantage to Work Toward Greatness:

Superior professional education combined with two strategic New York locations and robust financial aid.

{ Kency Gilet ’09, Psychology } Westchester

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Undergraduate Viewbook 09/08

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Undergraduate viewbook for 2008-2009.

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