Pace University Review

Pace University is a private research university situated in New York with one campus in New York City and the other campus in Westchester County, NY. It was founded in 1906. Pace University founded a public high school and opened its doors to its first course in September 2004.
Notable alumni include Richard Grasso, Mel Karmazin, Ariane de Rothschild, Mike Adenuga, Aleisha Allen, Trevor Brown, Avi Mizrahi, Olga Nolla, Ken Rudin, Ivan G. Seidenberg, Sam Smith, Edward W. Stack, Carol F. St. Mark, Glenn Taranto, Barbara Farrell Vucanovich, Suzanne Weyn, etc.
Pace University competes in Division III sports and its symbolic figure is the Setter. Pace University presents fourteen intercollegiate varsity sports. Men’s sports contain basketball, baseball, cross country, lacrosse, football, swimming and diving. And women’s sports consist of cheerleading, dance, basketball, soccer, cross country, softball, volleyball, swimming and diving.