Prepare

Field Guide to Service
At the Pace Center, we strive to help students learn to do service well and have a positive impact in the community. So how do you do service well? The Field Guide to Service provides simple steps and exercises to help you prepare, engage and reflect effectively. Want an official copy to make notes in and call your very own? Read more ...

Finances
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. Read more ...

Events
Fulfilling a myriad of service and advocacy missions, student advocacy organizations and weekly service projects sponsored by the Pace Center plan and execute an array of on and off-campus events, such as conferences, trips, fundraisers, and lectures. Read more ...

Vehicles
The Pace Center partners with Enterprise CarShare to support off-campus volunteer service opportunities. Enterprise oversees eight vehicles that are shared and dedicated for the exclusive use of the Pace Center and the Facilities departments. Read more ...

NetIDs & Listserv FAQs
What is a Princeton NetID? What’s my Password? Do I need a Listserv? Read more ...

Social Media
The Pace Center uses social media to promote the work of our programs, weekly service projects and student organizations as a way to foster a collaborative community of civically engaged students at Princeton. Read more ...

Promotional Materials
Looking to create an eye-catching flyer, poster or email graphic to promote your next big initiative? Use our quick Graphic Checklist to get started. Read more ...

Student Development
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. Read more ...