Student Resources

PACE programs encourage their students to conduct an internship or other experiential learning opportunities while completing their degree.  Students can find opportunities at the following sites:


Learn more about PACE programs and admissions, by meeting our faculty and learning about the admissions processes.

  • Current students should seek out university resources to enhance their education experiences, such as applying for scholarships or joining extracurricular activities.  
  • Apply for the many scholarship opportunities at the university through Academic Works
  • Join students in editing our student produced journal, Urban Action
  • Join a PACE student organization
  • Get advising through University advising or from a faculty member
  • Get advising from the CHSS Student Resource Center
  • Consider Study Abroad opportunities 
  • Contact Financial Aid about financing your education 
  • Submit a petition for a withdrawal from your courses, a late add, or any other relevant issue 
  • Get assistance with your resume, interview skills, or career planning by connecting with a Career counselor
  • Get legal assistance from the Associated Students Legal Resource Center.  PACE does not offer legal services.