(as of the fall 2018 census)

Pace University’s Undergraduate Enrollment Distribution

  • Dyson College of Arts and Sciences: 3833 43% 43%
  • Lubin School of Business 34% 34%
  • College of Health Professions 9% 9%
  • Seidenberg School of CSIS 6% 6%
  • Unclassified 6% 6%
  • School of Education 2% 2%

Financing Excellence

Dyson College was awarded $1,409,441 in new and continuing external funding during the 2018–19 fiscal year from organizations including the following:

Andrew M. Mellon Foundation (supporting the launch of the “Writing for Diversity and Equity in Theater and Media Arts Fellows Program,” through a three-year grant of $585,000, to be expensed beginning fall 2019)

Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training (now part of the Promoting Resilience, Intersectionality, Diversity, and Equity [PRIDE] in Health Research Consortium)

National Endowment for the Humanities

Pollock-Krasner Foundation (a legacy of the late abstract expressionist painter Lee Krasner, widow of Jackson Pollock, established to provide financial assistance to artists)

Solutions Journalism Network (supporting reporting and investigation of the response to social problems)

Yip Harburg Foundation (promoting social justice and equal educational opportunity through musical theater)


Full-time Faculty

Part-time faculty


(as of June 2019)


Total Dyson College alumni


Dyson alumni living or working in New York City


Dyson alumni living or working in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut

Student community service

Student service hours contributed via service learning and CCAR events

Average number of community service hours per student

course sections

Students attending CCAR’s civic engagement programs

Total dollar value of service to community partners*

* Includes CCAR service programming and Civic Engagement and Public Values courses. Based on a valuation tool provided by Independent Sector.


Doctoral Degrees

Master's Degrees

Bachelor's Degrees

(Including Pre-Professional Tracks)

Combined Degree Programs

Accelerated Bachelor & Master Degree Programs



(8 Undergraduate,
7 Graduate)