CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Clubs are critical to the college experience and can provide students with transferable leadership and organizational skills. Here are some examples: • Pace University Marketing Association (PUMA): Available on both campuses, PUMA provides students with the opportunity, education, and experience to differentiate themselves from the competition. A successful collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA), PUMA places strong emphasis on professional development and provides great exposure to the marketing world. • P.A.C.E. Board: Based on the NYC Campus, the Programming and Campus Entertainment Board plans, manages, and delivers a wide variety of high-profile events throughout the year, from comedy nights and festivals to entertainment panels and speaker series. Concerts are a particular specialty, with past acts including Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, and JoJo. • Colleges Against Cancer (CAC): A nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer and supporting American Cancer Society programs. CAC fundraisers include Pace Goes Pink basketball games and Relay For Life, which raises close to $40,000 each year.
Clubs cover a range of interests: • Business and professional • Media and entertainment • Performing arts • Cultural and social • Politics and advocacy • Collegiate interests • Greek life • Student governance
When students take on a service position, they play a key role in both the operation and enjoyment of college life. They could join the student government and be the voice of the students, create a home away from home as a resident assistant, or put their event planning and people skills to the test as a spirit ambassador.
Whether they are an athlete who wants to compete or a fan who wants to cheer, there are many sports teams and opportunities for students to become a part of at the Pleasantville Campus. Pace competes in the NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference.
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