Yeah, me too! I am torn between those two myself, and it's really tough!I am trying to decide between Yeshiva's School-Clinical PsyD program and Pace's School-Clinical PsyD program. I would love to hear from current students, as well as other prospective students who are trying to make the same decision. I am torn!
This response is a bit late... but using a list and asking people on a one off basis is not the smartest way to make such an important decision. Pace has a much better reputation in the field than Yeshiva. Pace students receive much better, more extensive assessment training and start clinical training with patients from the first semester. It is widely known that doc students from Pace are better prepared than many. The current student body has people who come from undergraduate schools that range from Cornell, NYU, Duke, Columbia, Penn, etc. The Pace Psy.D. reputation should not be confused with the Pace undergraduate school reputation. Many students in the program have near perfect GRE scores and simply aren't planning to focus their careers on research. You might want to use a better list to make your decisions.
I've heard quite the opposite from many people in the NYC area. Namely, that the Yeshiva program is quite good and that the Pace faculty are quite poor/distant/uninvolved, etc.