1000 Alder Building
|Monday||8am - 4:30pm|
|Tuesday||8am - 4:30pm|
|Wednesday||8am - 4:30pm|
|Thursday||8am - 4:30pm|
|Friday||8am - 4:30pm|
Please Note: The PACE office is closed during PACE Orientations. The office also opens later on Orientation days. For the Orientation schedule, please see the Orientation page.
Student Services Assistant
Director, Program for Accelerated College Education (PACE)
Become a PACE student:
Step 1: Apply for admission to Pierce College.
- Students may apply to Pierce College online by using the application for admission prior to the PACE Orientation.
- See "Orientation Dates" in the links along the left of the home page on the PACE website
Once you have attended a PACE Orientation and have completed a PACE application, you will be eligible to enroll in PACE classes. You may enroll in classes on or after your Pierce College priority registration date.
Enrolling in PACE Classes:
- Go to Student Information System (SIS) portal (top right corner of the Pierce College website). Or, go to MyCollege (the student portal).
- Log-in (Note: If it is your first time logging in, please follow the link below the SIS log-in)
- Search PACE classes in the SIS or look at the Schedule of Classes to find the section number of the course(s).
- When registering for classes, be sure to check out. Do not leave your classes in the cart.
- If you have holds, please clear your holds and/or pay your fees!
How to use the new SIS Portal
There are several videos available on the Pierce College website that show how to use the new SIS portal. Please take the time to review the videos.
The Add and Drop dates for PACE classes are earlier than regular, full semester (16-week) courses.
Adding: You must attend class the first week of class to remain enrolled and/or to add into the class.
Dropping: In SIS, you have access to your Academic Deadlines. This will show you the drop dates for your courses. For help, please see the SIS Help videos located under Admissions (link above). Failure to drop a class in a timely manner may result in a W or a Fail grade being assigned to the student.