Chatham University

PACE Center

Programs for Academic Access, Confidence, and Excellence

PACE Basics

Welcome to the PACE Center at Chatham University! PACE offers a wide array of academic support and academic access services for undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled at Chatham. It is our hope that you will find the information contained on this website to be helpful and informative, and that our services will assist you in maximizing your academic experience at Chatham University.

Contact Information

PACE Center

Jennie King Mellon Library
Phone: 412-365-1523
Fax: 412-365-1660

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm;
additional by appointment

PACE Center Online Scheduling System

Log in here to make an appointment for PACE services, including:

  • Academic Support
  • Disability Support Services
  • Writing Center
  • Subject Tutoring
  • Supplemental Instruction
  • Exam Scheduling (for students with testing accommodations)
First visit? Click here to register.

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Through partnerships with faculty, staff, and students, PACE helps create a support system that promotes access, involvement, and academic growth for Chatham Community members.

The PACE Center provides service in two important areas for Chatham students:

  1. Academic Support Services for All Students

    PACE academic support services are designed to help students seeking to strengthen their academic performance in a course or courses. For example, services include:
    • Tutoring assistance
    • Supplemental instruction
    • Success strategies workshops
    • Academic coaching
    • Specialized writing assistance
    • Coursework designed to support learning
  2. Access Services and Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

    PACE coordinates services and accommodations for students with disabilities at Chatham. Accommodations are designed to ensure full access to Chatham’s educational programs and services for students with disabilities who register with the PACE Center. PACE staff partner with students to determine appropriate accommodations in these and additional areas:
    • Test-taking
    • Note-taking
    • Text access
    • Classroom access
    • Technology
    • Advocacy services