• CA is a week-long introduction to meaningful service and community building for incoming freshmen, run by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. So in honor of the Great Class of 2019, we thought we’d give you the top 19 reasons for why you should participate in CA.
  • We often hear from our students that the service they engage in are meaningful and rewarding. But what are they really learning? To find out, we embarked on a new set of surveys to connect with students throughout the academic year and put our finger on the pulse of what Pace Center students learn from service. Here's a look at what we've found so...
  • Anyssa Chebbi ’18 and Carolyn Beard ’18 became best friends while taking part in Community Action (CA) in the fall of 2014! Hear their story and get to know what makes CA such a great way to start your time at Princeton University.
  • Want to make difference in your new community? Looking to meet new friends and get the inside scoop on everything Princeton? Join us for Community Action (CA)! Applications are due June 30.
  • The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is proud to announce Claire Nuchtern '15 as winner of the Priscilla Glickman '92 Memorial Prize and Ebony Slaughter-Johnson '15 as winner of the A. James Fisher, Jr. Prize.
  • I recently attended an amazing Princeton graduation. Only this Princeton graduation didn’t happen in front of Nassau Hall, and the traffic wasn’t the bustle of Nassau Street. At El Centro in Trenton, NJ, graduation revealed how truly meaningful service can be.
  • The Pace Center is proud to announce a new interactive Find Your Pace Database where Princeton University students can search hundreds of service opportunities to find the right project, organization or program to join and engage.

News and stories

Thursday, June 25, 2015
by Tatiana Evans '18
CA is a week-long introduction to meaningful service and community building for incoming freshmen, run by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. So in honor of the Great Class of 2019, we thought we’d give you the top 19 reasons for why you should participate in CA.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Coordinator
We often hear from our students that the service they engage in are meaningful and rewarding. But what are they really learning? To find out, we embarked on a new set of surveys to connect with students throughout the academic year and put our finger on the pulse of what Pace Center students learn from service. Here's a look at what we've found so far.
Friday, June 12, 2015
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Coordinator
Anyssa Chebbi ’18 and Carolyn Beard ’18 became best friends while taking part in Community Action (CA) in the fall of 2014! Hear their story and get to know what makes CA such a great way to start your time at Princeton University.
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