Join A Group!

Pace-Pleasantville offers a multitude of opportunities by way of clubs and organizations. These groups range from dance teams, the vegetarian society, religious groups and cultural and sexual awareness groups.

One prominently recognized group is the Black Student Union (BSU).  The BSU at Pace offers an environment open to all students from any background in which students can freely discuss topics like diversity and unity. The BSU is not exclusive to African-American students. BSU promotes themselves all over campus whether it is through Orgsync event invitations, flyers or daily updates via their Instagram. The BSU is also one of the largest organizations on the Pleasantville campus.

Another group is The Lavander Ladies. This group promotes women who love women on campus. Their goal is to offer a safe space in which queer women can feel safe and generate a sense of pride among their peers. The Lavender Ladies are a great example of how Pace represents all types of interests and does not limit the club possibilities.

In addition, Hillel, is a Jewish group on campus that fosters an environment in which Jewish college students can grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially. They also promote tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and Jewish learning. Similar to BSU this organization is not exclusive to those of the Jewish faith.

These are only a few of the countless opportunities that the Pace community offers to its students all year round. There is definitely something for everyone, and by attending one organization’s events it exposes you to several others, particularly if the event is co-sponsored.

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