Visit and not diploma | Frequently Asked Questions


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Is there a registration cost?

Yes. As a visiting / non-graduate student, you will be billed a one-time, non-refundable processing fee of $ 50 for the entire semester upon your initial application.

Can I receive financial aid as a visiting / non-graduate student?

No. Visiting and non-graduate students are only eligible for private loans, not federal loans. A payment plan is available and can help with costs.

What is the tuition fees?

Visiting and non-graduate students are billed at the rate of part-time tuition fees.

What is the maximum number of credits that I can complete as a non-degree student?

You are limited to a maximum of 25 credits as a visiting / non-graduate student. After earning 25 credits as a visiting student, you must apply for admission to a degree program and be accepted before further enrollment is allowed.

I applied to Pace as a graduate student and was turned down. Can I attend Pace as a visiting student?

If you have been denied regular admission to Pace University, you are not eligible to apply as a visiting student.

How many credits can I take per semester?

You are eligible to take up to 11 credits.

What is the deadline to apply?

Registration can be done until the first day of the semester. It is advisable to register early to decrease the possibility of being closed from classes. However, the University cannot guarantee that your preferred time will be available.

Can I complete my GED at Pace?

Yes. To apply for the GED program, you must submit a visit / non-degree request. See information on the GED program.

I am interested in taking courses to meet the prerequisites for medical, dental or veterinary school. Can I complete them at Pace?

Yes. University graduates interested in a career in the health professions (medical, dental or veterinary schools), but still need the prerequisite science courses, can apply as a visiting / non-graduate student. For advice on prerequisites, please contact:

Jamie Lee Rizzo, PhD
Telephone: (212) 346-1761
Email: [email protected]

Can I meet the prerequisites for Pace Nursing or Health Sciences degrees as a visiting / non-graduate student?

Yes. If you have graduated with a bachelor’s degree and want to meet the prerequisites for Pace’s nursing or health sciences degrees, you can apply as a non-graduate student. See below for diplomas and prerequisites required.

  • Physician Assistant New York City:
    • BIO 101: General Biology I
    • BIO 102: General Biology II
    • BIO 152: Anatomy and physiology I
    • BIO 153: Anatomy and physiology II
    • CHE 111: General Chemistry I
    • CHE 112: General chemistry II
    • CHE 223: Organic Chemistry I or CHE 326: Biochemistry
    • BIO 254: Basic microbiology
    • BIO 231: Genetics
    • MAT 117: Elementary statistics, MAT 134: Introduction to probability and statistics or MAT 130: Pre-calculus
  • Physician Assistant Pleasantville
    • BIO 101: General Biology I
    • BIO 102: General Biology II
    • BIO 152: Anatomy and physiology I
    • BIO 153: Anatomy and physiology II
    • CHE 111: General Chemistry I
    • CHE 112: General chemistry II
    • CHE 223: Organic Chemistry I or CHE 326: Biochemistry
    • BIO 254: Basic microbiology
    • MAT 117: Elementary statistics, MAT 134: Introduction to probability and statistics or MAT 130: Pre-calculus
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
    • BIO 101: General Biology I
    • CHE 111: General chemistry I or PHY 101: Collegial physics I
    • MAT 117: Elementary Statistics or MAT 134: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
    • (Need 2) SOC 102: Introduction to sociology, ANT 101: Introduction to anthropology, and / or PSY 112: Introduction to psychology
    • CSD 223: Psycholinguistics
    • CSD 253: Anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing mechanisms
    • CSD 140: Introduction to Communication Disorders
    • CSD 256: Phonetics CSD 270: Introduction to Audiology C
    • SD 251: Early language development
    • CDD 357: Speech sciences
  • Nutrition and dietetics
    • ENG 110: Composition, ENG 120: Critical writing or any course with a LIT subject
    • PSY 112: Introduction to Psychology
    • MAT 117: Elementary Statistics or MAT 134: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
    • CHP 105: Introduction to Nutrition
    • BIO 101: General Biology I or BIO 254: Basic Microbiology
    • BIO 152: Anatomy and physiology I
    • BIO 153: Anatomy and physiology II
    • CHE 111: General Chemistry I
    • CHE 112: General chemistry II or CHE 223: Organic chemistry I
    • CHE 326: Biochemistry
  • Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • BIO 152: Anatomy and physiology I
    • BIO 153: Anatomy and physiology II
    • BIO 254: Basic microbiology
    • CHE 113: Principles of chemistry for the health professions or CHE 111: General chemistry I
    • MAT 117: Elementary Statistics or MAT 134: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
    • PSY 112: Introduction to Psychology
  • Occupational therapy
    • BIO 152: Anatomy and physiology I
    • BIO 153: Anatomy and physiology II
    • PHY 101: Collegial physics I or PHY 111: General physics I
    • MAT 117: Elementary Statistics or MAT 134: Introduction to Probability and Statistics
    • PSY 275: Psychology of Lifespan Development or PSY 375: Psychology of Lifespan Development
    • PSY 320: Abnormal Psychology I
    • SOC 102: Introduction to sociology or ANT 101: Introduction to anthropology

I am an international student. Can I get an I-20 as a visiting student at Pace?

International students can attend Pace University for a semester or two can get an F-1 visa to pursue a non-degree program. Find out more about our F-1 non-degree program for international students.

I am an Au Pair. Can I get the required academic credits at Pace?

Yes, see the information about our Au Pair program.

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