Pace University is an expensive school to attend, so one would expect all of the facilities to be top-notch; however, that is not the case. The library is decent, spacious, and the computers are considerably new. Even though there aren't a great deal of books, the staff will do its best to help students obtain the resources they need through other libraries in the city. The fitness center is a lot worse than the library. The weight room is the size of a classroom, and the cardio room only contains six machines: two treadmills, two ellipticals, and two Stairmasters—all squished into a room as skinny as a hallway.
The gym and the library have their good points, too, though. The great thing about Pace's facilities is the fact that they are all located in the same building, convenient for the commuters and the students who reside in The Towers. Normally, there is barely anyone at the gym in the morning and at night. The library has two levels: the first level is filled with available computers for students to print their homework, while the upper level is divided into both quiet and group work sections.