What is the Pace Path?
The Pace Path is:
A plan for success in the classroom and beyond. With the competitive nature of entering the workforce, a college experience needs to be more than a collection of classes. Strong academics, real-world experiences, and mentorships should provide a unique professional foundation so that all students are market ready upon graduation. This is what sets Pace University apart.
The Foundation of the Pace Path
The Learning Goals, the Pace Path foundation, are designed to combine curricular and co-curricular activities to develop habits that will allow students to be successful in college, career, and life. Students engage in courses and activities that are aligned with their Learning Goals throughout their time at Pace University. Rigorous coursework and experiential learning opportunities combine to shape effective and successful leaders within a culture of personal, academic, and professional growth through assessment and improvement. Students gain an understanding of themselves, their connections with others, and their belongingness within the community.
Managing Oneself (PDF)
The ability to navigate complex environments and relationships while maintaining a focus on educational goals and personal development (self-awareness, creative problem solving, initiative, and accountability).
Interpersonal Relations (PDF)
The ability to relate successfully to others within and outside one’s group (communication, relationship management, and cross-cultural appreciation).
Organizational Awareness (PDF)
The ability to understand organizational culture and adapt and understand how to achieve personal and group goals (situational awareness, teamwork and collaboration, and resource management).