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Fast Facts About PaceFAST FACTS51Enrollment (Total) 12,706Undergraduates 7,971Graduate Students 3,918Law Students 817Mean SAT I score 1,087 Academic average of incoming high school students 87Enrollment by Gender Male Students 40%Female Students 60%Undergraduate Enrollment by School-MatriculatedDyson College of Arts and Sciences 3,231Lienhard School of Nursing 520Lubin School of Business 2,820School of Education 235Seidenberg School of Computer 643 Science and Information SystemsOther* 522Undergraduate Student Diversity?White (Non-Hispanic) 43%Asian/Pacific Islander 8%African American 10%Hispanic 12%Other 5%Unknown 22%Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment 6,498New York City Campus 4,184Freshmen 1,098Freshmen living on campus 798 (73%)Westchester Campus 2,314Freshmen 589Freshmen living on campus 462 (79%)2010-2011 Undergraduate Tuition? $32,6562/3 of faculty members hold a PhD or terminal degree* Students not affiliated with a particular school or college. Includes English Language Institute.? Fall 2009 statistics; self reported.? Fee for tuition only. Does not include fees, room, or board. Pace University reserves the right to change tuition rates.Fast Facts About Pace}11100International students represent different countries16 Watson Fellowship winners since 2002Fulbright winn3ers 0 since 200210% higher thannationalaverageundergraduate students obtaining employmentThe average amount of institutional aid offered to all new undergraduate admits is $16,130Rockefeller Fellowships since 2002

© Sketches, etc. 2007Westchester CampusBriarcliff PleasantvilleWhite PlainsNew York City CampusNew York City CampusPace's lower Manhattan campus is located in New York City's Financial District, providing close connections to the world's largest populations. Not only is New York City the business capital of the world, but it is also a center of activity for media, fashion, medicine, and law.Students also enjoy immediate access to the vast cultural richness of the world's greatest city: museums; great neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy, Chelsea, and Tribeca; Central Park; libraries; and Broadway-giving you an incomparable setting and an education with an edge.1. 41 Park Row2. One Pace Plaza3. 163 William Street4. 156 William Street5. 106 Fulton Street6. 55 John Street7. 551 Fifth AvenueMidtown Center French Building8. St. George-Weller Building100 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights. Subway Station