Health and safety are top of the agenda at Pace University and with the start of the autumn semester in August 2020 the university remains committed to adhering to guiding principles put in place to manage the impact of coronavirus. Taking guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New York State Department of Health, the university has a detailed plan for the return of students. This will entail a phased return to campus with in-person, hybrid and fully online options. For more information students are encouraged to consult the university website.
With an international population of over 1,127 undergraduate students, and a further 940 graduates, Pace University is home to a large variety of students representing over 107 countries.
Pace understands the value of bringing diverse perspectives into the classroom and achieves this through welcoming high numbers of international students to study and learn alongside local American students.
In an interview with international students at Pace University, when discussing the benefits of an American education, the group said that there were more educational opportunities, as well as interaction with and mentorship from faculty and staff.
Pace University is located in one of the most diverse and vibrant metropolitan areas and gives international students the chance to experience a real world, skills-based education.
Students at Pace have the chance to live and learn alongside individuals from around the globe. This helps all students who attend Pace gain a deeper understanding of international and foreign affairs issues. Students can also take part in unique cultural experiences, try new cuisines and celebrate new holidays.
International students at Pace University have the chance to connect with U.S. global leaders in research, activism and industry, whilst benefiting from the chance to experience a new culture and thrive in America's globalised economy.