Clubs and Organizations: Collegiate Interests


ASPIRE (NYC and PLV): Alumni, Students, and Professors Influencing Recruitment and Enrollment (ASPIRE) is a volunteer program at Pace that engages enthusiastic and well-informed students in a variety of recruiting activities. Students volunteer in the activities that interest them most including providing a helping hand to high schools aspiring to go to college, inviting high school seniors to shadow you to actual college classes, “adopting” a handful of new students each semester to help them the first few weeks of classes, etc. To join the ASPIRE program, e-mail your name and phone number to

Beta Beta Beta, the National Biological Honor Society (NYC and PLV): is “dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.” Most recently, the campus chapters sponsored trips to the Bronx Zoo, NY Botanical Garden, the Philadelphia Mutter Museum, the Bodies Exhibit and the Van Cortlandt Manor Jack-O-Lantern Blaze.

Chemistry Club (NYC): hosts different activities that help students apply chemistry to the real world. These activities include guest speakers, tours to local points of scientific interest, and more.

Criminal Justice Society (NYC and PLV): promotes awareness and interest in the many fields that criminal justice has to offer and prepares students for future careers. Students participate in hands-on activities in criminology outside of the classroom and membership is open to anyone in the Pace Community who has a general interest in criminal justice. (Facebook)

Forensic Science Students Organization (NYC: promotes and educates the community about forensic science.

Future Educators Association (FEA) (PLV): encourages and supports those interested in the field of education. Students interested in education can belong to an organization that is tailored to the profession by providing beneficial workshops like Project Learning Tree, and guest speakers discussing up-to-date educational information, skills, and strategies that are necessary to become a successful educator.

Law Society (NYC): the central pre-law organization within Pace, aiding students in the Law School admission and selection process, providing free LSAT tutoring, and informing about the vast field of law.

National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) (NYC): a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders.

Pace Computing Society (NYC): committed to promoting interest in technology among Pace students.

Pre-Med Society (NYC): provides students interested in pre-medicine with academic, research, and career opportunities.

Psi Chi (NYC): promotes academic excellence in the exciting, ever-changing, field of psychology.  Events include panel discussions, psychology conferences, and volunteer events. (Facebook)

Psychology Club (PLV): for students interested in the field of psychology provides resume-building professional experiences outside the classroom. Members attend lectures, professional meetings, and colloquia. E-mail them at

Public Relations, Editors, and Producers (P.R.E.P.) (PLV): unites the students that fall within the Media, Communcation, and Visual Arts concentration academically, or those who are looking for a profession within the field of media. PREP is a home for students who simply enjoy media, visual arts, editing, public relations, pop culture, marketing, and imaging. (Facebook)

Student Nurses at Pace (SNAP) (NYC and PLV): founded by the student nurses attending Pace for a common goal: to one day care for, treat, and potentially save lives in a rewarding nursing career. For more information, e-mail

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