Student LifeSTUDENT lifeAthleticsStrong minds, strong bodies-Pace challenges and nurtures all of you.Pace is known not only for its rigorous academics, but also for its outstanding athletic programs. If you played varsity sports in high school, you can keep on playing and help the Pace Setters maintain their winning NCAA Division II Northeast-10 Conference tradition.If you want to compete, but not on the varsity level, choose from our comprehensive intramural programs in indoor soccer, dodgeball, basketball, badminton, volleyball, and flag football.Be sure to check outThe Ann and Alfred Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center on the Pace campus in Westchester County, offering:n Three basketball courts, which convert into the game- day basketball and volleyball arena that seats 2,400n One-eighth mile trackn Full fitness center featuring state-of-the-art cardio machinesn Eight-lane swimming pooln Full range of fitness classes, from step aerobics and yoga to Japanese swordsmanship and scuba divingThe Civic Center Gym at One Pace Plaza in NYC:Fitness center with cardio and weight room43Men's sportsBaseballBasketballCross CountryFootballGolf Lacrosse Swimming and DivingTennisTrack and FieldWomen's sportsBasketballCheerleadingCross CountryDanceEquestrianSoccerSoftballSwimming and DivingTennis Track and FieldVolleyballStar Power at PaceAt Pace, education goes far beyond textbooks and classrooms. Our campuses are a center of discussion and debate about many of the major issues of our time, as well as a forum for unfor-gettable cultural events. Here are some recent high-profile visitors to the Pace Westchester campus.n Jane Bryant Quinn, one of the country's most successful financial journalists, best-selling author, and a media commentator, was awarded an honorary degree and spoke at the Westchester Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony.n James McBride, best-selling author, award-winning composer, and accomplished musician, celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with students on the Westchester campus.n New York Giants defensive end and Super Bowl XLII champion Osi Umenyiora talked to students about the obstacles he overcame to get to where he is today.n Best-selling author of Tuesdays with Morrie, Mitch Albom, introduced his latest book and discussed themes of faith in a modern world. n New York Times science reporter Andrew Revkin lectures regularly on both campuses.n Funkmaster Flex, and other great names in hip hop, took Westchester by storm as part of the Hip Hop College Concert.n Matthias Stausberg, spokesper-son of the U.N. Global Compact, addressed students as part of International Education Week.
Our Westchester campus Looking for that perfect combination of academic excellence and the traditional college experience? Look no further. From working with birds of prey in our Environmental Center, to testing your rappelling skills on our rock climbing treadmill, to spending a semester studying on the Hudson River, to participating in our active sororities and fraternities, our Westchester campus is filled with things to do. So next time you're looking for a study break, you can catch a basketball game with the Pace Setters, stop by the Pace Perk for a pick-me-up cup of coffee, duck and throw in Xtreme dodgeball, bounce off a Velcro wall, or gorge yourself for a good cause from the many student-supported food fundraisers.Spanning 200 acres, our Westchester Campus offers seven on-campus undergraduate residence halls providing a wide range of living accommodations, including rooms, apartments, and suites. The campus also includes athletic fields, a fitness center, the Mortola Library, a student center, and much more.STUDENT life44Student Life