All first-year students enroll in a one-credit hour course called PACE 101 in their first semester.  The course provides an introduction to the liberal arts at Emory and academic opportunities, introduces students to the Emory community, helps students understand College curriculum, requirements and policies, and offers strategies for managing time and health.

The PACE 101 course has three overarching goals and learning outcomes:

  1. Proficiency: Help students identify and use Emory University systems and resources.

  2. Self-knowledge: Prompt students to identify personal goals and reflect on their experiences.

  3. Connection and Engagement: Support students by introducing them to resources (people, offices, and programs) and how/when to use them to achieve their goals and to enhance their college experience.

 

Interested in being involved with the PACE program? See the information below!

Fall 2018 PACE Facilitator information

Fall 2018 PACE Peer Leader information

Course Topics Include

  • Emory College Honor Code
  • Academic Support Resources
  • The liberal arts and the Nature of Evidence
  • Spring Pre-Registration Advising
  • Experiential Learning: Undergraduate Research, Study Abroad, Summer opportunities and Internships
  • Campus & Community Involvement
  • Wellness and Healthy Wellbeing
  • Personal Identity and Goals