A Golden Jubilee

This year we celebrate the Pleasantville Campus’ 50th anniversary with a nod to the past and a groundbreaking preview of the next 50 years.

On September 16, 1963, the first class of enrolled students made their way to Pace’s brand new Pleasantville Campus. These students—who numbered just over 400—were undaunted by the active construction that was still taking place on the grounds. Today, the total number of full-time students enrolled at Pace’s Pleasantville Campus is just over 2,300. The past 50 years has shown an incredible pattern of growth and advancement that  will propel Pace forward for the next 50 years.

This September 16, the PLV Campus launches a year-long celebration with a day of food, fun, and heritage. Stay tuned this fall for the groundbreaking on the Pleasantville Campus where members of the Pace Community will help usher in the new look for Pace as part of the University’s Master Plan. Some of the changes students, faculty, and staff on the PLV Campus can expect to see over the next few years include the addition of two residence halls, an upgrade to the student center, enriched athletics facilities, and much more.

Join event chair, David Pecker ’72, and our faculty and staff hosts as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Pleasantville Campus with the 50 Years, 50 Faces Reception and Dinner on October 26. This celebratory event,will feature tables hosted by esteemed Pace professors and staff who have made a lasting impact on the Pace Community. To register today, click here.

For more information about these and other events planned for the PLV 50th anniversary, visit www.pace.edu/PLV50.