Pace University is a private, coeducational, multi-campus university located in the New York metropolitan area in New York City. Its other campus is in Westchester County, also in New York. Pace University was founded by the brothers Homer and Charles Pace in 1906 for the purpose of establishing a business school for both men and women.
Standing in a campus covering an area of over 240 acres of property, Pace University offers undergraduate, graduate, doctorate and law degrees through its various academic schools and programs; namely, the Dyson College of Arts & Sciences; Lienhard School of Nursing; Lubin School of Business; Pforzheimer Honors College; School of Education; School of Law and the Seidenberg School of Computer Science & Information Systems.
Cost of tuition and fees at Pace University for academic year 2009-2010 is US$15,930 for fulltime undergraduate students and US$914 per credit hour for part-time undergraduates. Fees may vary depending on the course selected. Estimated total expenses for attending Pace University including both direct and indirect costs is US$46,834 for resident students and US$39,254 for non-resident, commuter students. These costs include tuition of US$31,860, standard fees of US$766; room and board at US$11,560 for resident students and only US$250 for commuters; living allowance of US$2,960 for commuters only; cost of books at US$800, personal expenses at US$1,248; and transportation costs of US$1,350 for commuters but only US$600 for residents.
To help students pay for their cost of tuition and fees, the university extends financial tuition in the form of loans, grants and scholarships to its students.
On-campus housing facilities are available to students of Pace University.
For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, athletics, school rankings, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Pace University.