Pace University is strongly committed to preventing sexual assault within our University and dealing promptly and appropriately with incidents when they occur. This website is intended to inform survivors of sexual assault, friends and family of survivors, or other community members about resources available to them at Pace University.
Definitions of sexual assault, consent, sexual harassment, etc. under Pace University policy and examples of non-consensual sexual contact.
What is Sexual Assault?
Information about next steps following a sexual assault immediately after and weeks after, and how to help a friend who has been sexually assaulted.
After a Sexual Assault
Learn who to contact at Pace for information about Pace University's Sex-Based Misconduct Policy and Procedure.
Title IX Coordinator
Confidential and non-confidential campus resources (prevention and education specialists, safety and security, affirmative action officer, University Health Care, etc.) and external community resources (hospitals, hotlines, etc.)
Campus and Community Resources
Pace University's policies and procedures concerning sexual assault, stalking, and domestic and intimate partner violence.
Policies and Procedures
Want to be part of the solution? Join one of the University-sponsored committees or advisory boards and attend events hosted on campus.
How to Get Involved
Although there is no guarantee to protect yourself from sexual assault, there are some precautions you can take for yourself and your friends.
“It’s not sexual assault if I knew my attacker.” “Was I asking for it?” “You can’t say ‘no’ midway.” These are some common myths about sexual assault.
Myths and Facts
It's on us to stop sexual assault. Join the Pace Community and take the “It’s On Us” pledge to keep women and men safe from sexual assault. Plus, watch videos of our students, faculty, and staff taking the pledge.
It’s on Us Campaign