By michelle Did you know that Pace University in New York has turned out 29 Fullbright Scholars since 2002? Did you know its large international student population represents over 93 countries worldwide? Pace University is very proud of its history, and its mission statement: To provide high quality professional education and training coupled with an excellent liberal education to students for whom that education offers the opportunity to lift their lives and prospects to new levels. To speak to Pace’s proud history, we have included a Youtube video that a student produced for Pace’s Centennial kick-off event with former U.S. President Bill Clinton. Wondering how to pay for Pace University? There are two types of scholarships awarded to Pace University students: endowed scholarships and merit scholarships. Endowed Scholarships Pace University Endowed Scholarships are made possible through generous donations from alumni and Pace friends. Click here to search for a Pace University Endowed Scholarship. Remember…your FAFSA must be submitted in order to be considered for a Pace Scholarship. Merit Scholarships The Office of Graduate Admission at Pace University awards merit scholarships to graduate students based upon undergraduate grade point averages and GMAT/GRE/TOEFL scores. These merit scholarships are awarded to applicants for the Fall and Spring semesters only. The graduate application for admission also serves as the application for a merit scholarship. Applicants are notified via the mail with their acceptance letters if they are awarded merit scholarships. And if you are looking for even more ways to pay for college, be sure to visit our site and find other scholarships that you are eligible for.