University Health Care

Health care services are provided by the University; University Health Care is located on the Pace University campuses in New York City and Pleasantville. Pace Law students are encouraged to visit the location on Pace University's Pleasantville campus; just a short 10-minute drive from the Law School campus in White Plains. Find out more about University Health Care

University Health Care

Pleasantville Campus
Paton House – Ground Floor
861 Bedford Road
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone: (914) 773-3760

New York Campus
1 Pace Plaza
6th Floor East (**Take elevators from the 4th Floor East and transfer to elevators for 6th  Floor East**)
New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1600

Counseling Services

Professional counselors from University Counseling Center are available to meet confidentially with law students on the Pleasantville campus and by prearranged appointment in White Plains.  In addition to individual counseling, group workshops are held throughout the year on matters such as handling stress, test anxiety management, and time management. Additional information about Counseling Services on the Pleasantville campus can be found on the Pace University Counseling Center website. The University has also created a "Red Card" for Law School students that has a variety of resources students in need may use. Students may contact the Counseling Center directly at (914) 773-3710. Counseling Services also provides assistance with alcohol and other addictions.  The New York State Bar Association’s Lawyer Assistance Program or LAP provides free confidential services for law students with alcohol, addiction and mental health issues.

Student Health Insurance

All full time undergraduate and graduate domestic and international students must have health insurance. Students will automatically be enrolled on the school accident/sickness plan after registration. Students may waive the school's insurance if they provide comparable proof of coverage. Students can waive out of the Student Health Insurance offering through the Pace Portal.  

2018-2019 WAIVER DEADLINES - DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL
 

  • Fall 2018 - September 21, 2018
  • Spring 2019 - February 12, 2019
  • Summer I  2019 - June 13, 2019
  • Summer II  2019 - August 1, 2019


Any part-time student registered for six (6) or more credits may purchase the Pace Insurance Plan.  All students enrolled in the Pace Insurance Plan may also enroll a spouse, domestic partner, and/or child (children).  Please see the Part-time Student and Dependent Enrollment Form for details.  These Enrollment Forms and the Claim Form are available at the Plan Administrator’s website at www.uhcsr.com/pace. Students may also use those forms to enroll if they waived the insurance for the year, but no longer have coverage.

Please note: If students do not complete the online waiver by the deadlines as listed above you will automatically be enrolled in the Student Accident & Sickness Insurance Plan and be charged the annual premium.  

 

Domestic

  • Annual         $2,696.00
  • Spring          $1,669.00


International                                                                                                     

  • Annual         $1,345.00    
  • Spring          $871.00

 

The effective dates are as  follows:

Annual - 08/15/2018-08/14/2019

Fall - 08/15/2018-12/31/2018

Spring -  01/01/2019-08/14/2019


Broker:
Allen J. Flood (AJF)
Contact: Angela French 1-800-734-9326 x9225

Students with Disabilities

 

Pace Law is committed to providing disabled individuals with access to all programs and services for which they are qualified.  We comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and our buildings are barrier-free. Students with disabilities may identify themselves to the Dean for Students if they have questions or need guidance. Students can also arrange for specific academic needs such as note takers or accommodated exams by contacting Pace University’s Coordinator of Disability Services, Elisse Geberth.  Students should contact Ms. Geberth at their earliest convenience to ensure there is enough time to put all approved accommodations in place before classes and exams begin.  Ms. Geberth can be reached at (914) 773-3710 or at egeberth@pace.edu .  If students require classroom accommodations, advanced notice must be provided prior to the beginning of the semester.