Pace University
Pace University began in 1906 as a one-room accounting school in the New York Tribune Building, founded by brothers Charles Ashford Pace and Homer St. Clair Pace. The Pace brothers taught the first 13 students at the institution. Pace Institute quickly followed, and it began offering courses in business law and accounting all around the country. Pace University now has 135 undergraduate majors and 89 graduate programmes. The university's Law School has been named first in the United States for Environmental Law.

Cost of attendance

Pace University costs an average of 70,000 USD (52 lakhs) a year, including tuition and living expenses in the United States. Because living in New York is more expensive, students must spend more money.


78% of first-year students remain on campus. The addresses for residential facilities at the University's New York Campus are 182 Broadway, Maria's Tower, 55 John Street, and 33 Beekman. Pleasantville Campus has Alumni Hall, Elm Hall, Martin Hall, North Hall, Townhouses for undergraduates, and Dannatt Hall and Graduate housing for graduates. On-campus housing costs between 5.89 lakhs and 7.56 lakhs. Off-campus accommodation costs roughly 1000 to 1500 USD per month on average.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total of 12986 students enrolled. Pace University had roughly 1,905 international students from this diversified international pool. Pace University has a selective admissions process, with an acceptance rate of 83 percent and an early acceptance rate of 91.7 percent.


Pace University's main campus is in New York City, with satellite campuses in Pleasantville and White Plains. Administrative offices, academic and residential buildings, dining spaces, and a library are all located on the University's downtown campus. A residential hall, one of the world's tallest buildings, is located on the NYC Campus. The campus features a variety of student clubs and groups, Greek life, and conference and workshop facilities to help students grow as individuals.


Pace University is chartered by the Regents of the State of New York and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Jobs and Placement

For undergraduates and graduates, the University provides career assistance in each academic school. Additionally, students can use the Handshake platform to research a range of job prospects in the United States based on their areas of study. 90% of undergraduate students find work and earn an average salary of $60,235 USD (44 lakhs), while graduate students earn approximately $71,328 USD. Bachelor's graduates get an average salary of 60,235 USD, while Master's graduates earn an average salary of 71,328 USD.

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