Commuter Advisory Board
Do you live in a residence hall? If you answered no, then you are indeed a "commuter student." The image that most people think of when they hear the word "commuter" is of someone who lives in the suburbs and must drive a long distance in bad traffic on the highway to work every day. Commuting to Pace University may entail catching a bus or riding a bike, walking, rollerblading or driving a car, taking a train to campus. Essentially, if you live off campus, we consider you to be a commuter. Nationwide, over 87% of college students commute to campus, you should know you are not alone!
Whether or not you adopt the term "commuter" as your identity, we hope that you will investigate the useful resources in our office. The Center for Student Development and Campus Activities is committed to enhancing your college experience and helping you succeed in both your academic and out-of-class endeavors at Pace University.
Commuter students are diverse in many ways: age, racial/ethnic identity, family status, working status, how you to campus, distance you commute, living arrangements and so forth. In spite of all the differences, commuter students do have common concerns. Time management, balancing multiple roles, getting to campus and getting connected to campus life are all issues that face commuter students. Pace University offers services to commuters to help you face those issues head-on! Stop by our office in the Kessel Student Center, to find out what we can do for you!
In the Kessel Student Center we offer a wide arrange of amenities for our commuter student population. Couches, TVs, pool tables, fooseball, air hockey, computers, printers, and just a comfortable place to hang out between classes.
Commuter students can rent a locker for the semester or the year right in the Kessel Student Center. Visit the Center for Student Development and Campus Activities today!
Commuter Advisory Board (CAB)
The Commuter Advisory Board is the student organization dedicated to providing services for all commuter students on campus. The group plans and implements various programs throughout the year including a welcome back reception and Commuter Orientation. If you are interested in joining CAB, please contact Robert-Thomas Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: Spring 2014