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Pace University's graduate admissions counselors welcome the opportunity to review your career goals with you, to help you determine the best educational path for your future. We're always available in person, by phone, and via e-mail to answer any questions you may have. Your counselor also serves as a valuable referral source, connecting you with the appropriate Pace faculty and administrators who can meet with you one on one to discuss academic curricula, financial aid, assistantships, and career opportunities.Please review the application checklist. It outlines documents required to complete an application for graduate admission. You may choose to have your official documents sent to Pace University's Office of Graduate Admission either before or after you have submitted your application. Application checklist: $70 application fee Personal statement Resume Recommendations (quantity varies per program) Official College or University transcript(s) from all institutions attended GRE if applicable Official TOEFL or IELTS score report (if applicable) Pace University Financial Affidavit and Bank Documentation of Available Funds (for international applicants who, if accepted, will require a student or exchange visitor's visa)A wide range of aid packages are available to qualified Pace students. By submitting your application, you are automatically considered for a merit scholarship. To apply for financial aid, please visit: www.fafsa.ed.gov. Pace University Financial Aid ProgramsAcademic Scholarships (Merit Based)Endowed Scholarships (Need Based)International Student Merit ScholarshipGraduate Assistantships (Full-time Students Only)Federal Financial Aid ProgramsSubsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loans Unsubsidized Federal Direct Stafford Loans Federal Direct Plus Loans (For Parents) State Financial Aid ProgramsNew York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS)Free Credits for Graduate AssistantsGraduate assistantships are available in some departments, providing a resume-building experience along with tuition remission and a salary.Alternative Financing OptionsAlternative Loans Tuition Payment Plan (available online at www.tuitionpay.salliemae.com)VeteransPace is a proud member of the Yellow Ribbon Program, providing financial assistance to qualified veterans. Pace also offers a 50 percent tuition scholarship* to veterans from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces who have served in Afghanistan or Iraq since September 11, 2001. The scholarship applies to all part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate programs.To learn more about eligibility, visit: www.pace.edu/vets.* Yellow Ribbon recipients, doctoral and/or law programs are ineligible for Pace's 50% tuition scholarship program.The information contained herein was compiled prior to June 2011 and is accurate as of that date. For complete information on graduate programs at Pace University, visit www.pace.edu.Scholarships and Financial AidHow to Apply for AdmissionPace University admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.Pace University Office of Graduate AdmissionNew York City (Including Midtown) E-mail: gradnyc@pace.edu (212) 346-1531Westchester (Pleasantville and White Plains) E-mail: gradwp@pace.edu (914) 422-4283Tuition2011-2012 graduate tuition at the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences is $985 per credit* with the exception of the Homeland Security ($800 per credit), MPA ($850 per credit), and Publishing ($954 per credit) programs. Actors Studio Drama School MFA program is priced per year, visit www.pace.edu/asds for more information.*Subject to changeApply online today at: www.pace.edu/applyPriority deadlines for applicants are as follows:All Graduate Programs* Domestic InternationalFall Entry Term (September) August 1 June 1Spring Entry Term (January) December 1 October 1Summer I (June) and Summer II (July) Terms May 1 March 1*With the following exceptions:PsyD Fall Entry Term (September) January 15 November 15Homeland Security Fall Entry Term (September) June 1 N/AASDS Fall entry only; applicants must submit an application two weeks prior to audition dates listed online at www.pace.edu/asds. Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs 31

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