Advising Center for Exploring Majors (ACEM)

ACEM provides individual academic advising for students who are exploring options for majors, double majors, minors, or combined degree programs as well as for students who seek guidance on changing a major. It is also a place where all Pace students can find information about University requirements, majors and minors, and offers programs to enhance academic exploration. Through the INT 197H Exploring Majors and Careers, course it offers, students can learn about issues related to academic planning, goal setting and career orientation. Among its many services, ACEM:

  • Provides opportunities for academic exploration, decision making, and planning
  • Assists students in charting paths to major selection and graduation
  • Directs students to the appropriate academic support
  • Connects students to academic advisers within the appropriate college or school
  • Monitors and assists students in academic difficulty return to good academic standing
  • Sponsors Lambda Sigma, the national Sophomore Honor Society
  • Conducts dedicated UNV 101 First-Year Seminar: Introduction to University Community sections for Exploring first-year students that launch students on their Pace Path, introduces them to Degree Works and transitions them to school-based advising once they choose a major
  • Advises transfer students entering as Exploring/Undecided