Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Welcome to Seidenberg - the coolest computing school in America
The truth is, you just won’t be able to tell how staggeringly awesome Seidenberg is until you first step through our doors. There’s just something in the air... or the water… or maybe in the New York pizza we get delivered every Wednesday (and sometimes Fridays, too). Whatever it is, you’ll know you’re home within seconds of getting here.
Seidenberg isn’t just a school with industry-leading academic programs that gear our students toward amazing careers in technology - it’s a community too. A community where you’ll meet new friends at the start of your program, but leave with family at the end. A place where you can find support and the kind of mentoring that will turn your university career into something truly rewarding. Whatever your interest, we have the programs and the faculty that will help you master it.
Don’t just take our word for it – come visit us! We’re always happy to meet prospective students and introduce them to the mysterious awesomeness that is our school. But if you’re already convinced, apply today to get the ball rolling on a thorough education that will lead to a fantastic career.
For the first time ever, Pace University has joined forces with One Hundred Black Men of New York for the Jr. 100/Pathways to Success program. The Jr. 100 program is a world-class leadership and educational enrichment program that helps prepare High School students (such as the four students pictured below) to become intellectually sophisticated citizens […]
Seidenberg student Anthony C. Martini (MS/CS ’16), recipient of the NSF CyberCorps®: Scholarship for Service, reflects on his recent experience at ShmooCon. He writes: “Readers, First and foremost, thank you to the ‘Shmoozers’ who sponsored my trip thought the Shmooze-a-Student Scholarship awarded to 25 attendees each year to help subsidize the trip expense for students. […]
Seidenberg students and cybersecurity scholars Cynthia Shaw (BS/IT ’15), Anthony Martini (MS/CS ’16), and Luke Babak (BS/IT ’14) traveled to Washington DC in mid-January to attend the CyberCorps®: Scholarship for Service (SFS) Job Fair. The annual event is an opportunity for students in the SFS cybersecurity scholarship program to meet and network with federal employers with […]
This winter break I embarked on a quest to make the Pace Computing Society bigger than itself. In the process I was faced with challenges and disappointments but (kinda) accomplished what I set out to do. Over the intermission I wrote tons of emails, made several phone calls, and attended many events. With these activities I’ve […]
Cue the anxiety and additional stress to your already packed workload: it’s time to talk about applying to Grad school. Many of you may already be in full swing of applications for starting school next fall, or if not, and you’ve still got a year or so before you start, we’ll give you a bit […]