Pace University – New York

Address:
1 Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038-1598
Phone:
212-346-1200
Website:
http://www.pace.edu
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About Pace University – New York

Pace University – New York is classified as a doctoral-granting research university. This very large four-year institution has an estimated annual full-time enrollment of 3,000 to 9,999 students. Approximately half of degree-seeking students are enrolled full time, and 25% to 49% of undergraduates reside on campus. This institution awards 60-79% of its bachelor’s degrees within professional fields. Graduate degrees are available in up to half of the fields available to undergraduate majors, and the school awards research doctorate degrees in a variety of fields. Most of these graduate degrees are awarded in professional fields other than engineering, such as education, health professions, social work, or public policy. According to data for fall enrollment, at least 80% of undergraduates are enrolled full-time. Transfer students make up at least 20% of entering undergraduates. Enrollment data shows that both graduates and undergraduates are enrolled at this institution, with the majority of students enrolled in undergrad programs. 25-49% of students are enrolled in graduate programs.

School Information

General Information

Student Body SizeUndergraduate7,971
 Graduate4,735
 Total12,706
GenderFemale60%
 Male40%
Student Age% Under 2564%
 % 25 and Over36%
 % Age Unknown0%
Attendance Type% Full-time65%
 % Part-time35%
Race/Ethnicity% White42.7%
 % Black9.5%
 % Asian7.9%
 % Latino10.1%
 % Native American0.2%
 % Race Unknown21.0%
 % International student9%
Student ServicesCareer CounselingYes
 Student Employment ServicesYes
 Graduate Placement ServicesYes
 Study AbroadYes
 Day CareNO
Religious AffiliationNO
Campus settingCity
Intitution typePrivate
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Academic Information

Admissions Information

Open AdmissionNo
ApplicantsTotal10,985
 % Admitted78%
 % Admitted Who Enrolled19%
Application RequirementsHigh School GPA
 High School TranscriptRequired
 High School RankingRecommended
 College Prep CoursesRecommended
 Letter of RecommendationRequired
 Demonstration of CompetenciesRecommended
 Admissions ExaminationRequired
 Test of English as a Foreign Language (International Students)Required
Standardized Tests% of Applicants Submitting SAT94%
 % of Applicants Submitting ACT0%
Admitted Student SAT Scores 25th Percentile75th Percentile
 SAT Critical Reading / 800590 / 800
 SAT Math500 / 800600 / 800

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition & FeesUndergraduate Application Fee$50
 Graduate Application Fee$70
 In-State Tuition & Fees$33,702
 Out-of-State Tuition & Fees$33,702
Financial Aid% Undergraduates with Financial Aid98%
 % Undergraduates with Loans78%
 % Undergraduates with Grants98%
 Average Undergraduate Financial Aid Award$ 0
Other CostsBooks and Supplies (Estimated)$800
 Typical On-Campus Room and Board Cost$11,900
 Off-Campus Room and Board Cost (Estimated)$17,396
 On-Campus Living Expenses (Estimated)$1,852
 Off-Campus Living Expenses (Estimated)$2,602
 Living with Family, Living Expenses (Estimated)$3,100

Neighborhood Data for the New York Area

Median Age35.4
Median Household Income$51,270
Total Population8,128,980
Age/Gender % Men % Women
 Total47.5% 52.5%
 Age 0-951.1%48.9%
 Age 10-1750.8%49.2%
 Age 18-2449.2%50.8%
 Age 25-2947.8%52.2%
 Age 30-3948.7%51.3%
 40+45.8%54.2%
Race/Ethnicity% White44.3%
 % Black25.2%
 % Asian12.7%
 % Latino28.4%
 % Native American0.4%
 % Pacific Islander0.0%
 % Indian (South Asia)2.6%

Housing

On Campus Housing ProvidedYes
Meal Plan ProvidedYes, number of meals per week can vary
Typical On-Campus Room and Board Cost$11,900
Off-Campus Room and Board Cost (Estimated)$17,396
Median Rent (Rental Units of Any Size)$1,010
Rental Price Distribution StudioOne BedroomTwo Bedroom
 Under $50015.1%12.8%7.8%
 $500 to $74913.1%10.8%0.0%
 $750 to $99920.0%19.6%16.0%
 Over $100051.8%56.9%61.0%
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