The Pace Center offers a wide array of resources for our students, campus partners and community partners to serve, lead, engage and inspire! Whether you're trying to plan an event, publicize your work, or get funding, we can help.
Need help with your budget, submitting reimbursements or looking for information on how to set up your fundraiser? Interested in having the Pace Center co-sponsor your next initiative? We can help.
1. Register your event
Use our Event Registration form on the Find Your Pace Database to register your event with us. Registering your event enables Pace Center staff to support you and guide you to available resources.
The Pace Center has developed a three-tier student development curriculum to support the growth and development of our student boards, project leaders and volunteers.
The Pace Center produces a number of annual and special publications. Check out our monthly newsletter, new brochures, reports and even our works in progress. Questions? Reach out to us at email@example.com.
In an effort to support civic engagement across campus, the Pace Center invites and accepts co-sponsorship requests from ODUS recognized student organizations, University campus departments and centers, and community partners associated with Pace Center projects or programs.
To be eligible to reserve a Pace Center vehicle, students must complete three steps as outlined below. Please note that all drivers must become Van Certified. Follow instructions in Step 1 in order to complete this important certification process.
Whether you've got a question about printing, advertising or social media, we're here to help. The Pace Center's Communications Coordinator Gwen McNamara is also available for brainstorming and strategy development.
The Pace Center is currently hiring students for several associate positions, beginning this summer.
Communications and Publicity Associate (Job #36036)