Other Benefits

Ithaca College faculty and staff members and their eligible dependents have the opportunity to use many of the College's recreational facilities. Employees have access to the many services of the College library, the Campus Center, and the College bookstore (at which employees receive a 10% discount). Employees also receive blue parking tags, allowing them to park in convenient spaces on campus at no charge. An employee's ID card also serves as a bus pass for the TCAT system.

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Occupational & Physical Therapy ClinicOccupational & Physical Therapy Clinic
Need some help recovering from an injury? Look into our on campus clinics.

Any member of the Ithaca College community (student, faculty/staff or their family member, or Longview resident) may receive services at the OT/PT Clinic.  Occupational Therapy Services require a physician referral in order to be treated.  All OT/PT clinic services are free, and therefore no insurance information is necessary.  If the OT/PT clinic cannot provide you with an appointment in a timely manner, a list of area therapists will be provided.Located on the fourth floor of the Center for Health Sciences, the Occupational and Physical Therapy Clinic offers comprehensive rehabilitation services to the Ithaca College community.

All services are provided by New York State licensed physical and occupational therapists.

The Clinic is available for the treatment of a variety of diagnoses and patient populations including: orthopedic, neurological, hand, performing artists, and pediatric. Occupational Therapy Services require a physician referral in order to be treated. Physical Therapy services may be delivered on a limited direct access basis. All OT/PT Clinic services are free, and therefore no insurance information is necessary.

The OT/PT Clinic is staffed by clinical faculty who are licensed Physical and Occupational therapists, an administrative assistant and student workers. Current OT/PT students are hired as student workers to assist in daily operations. Current OT/PT students may take elective courses working with patients under the direction of a faculty member.

The Clinic is open during the academic year only. The hours for each semester will vary depending clinical faculty schedules. Staffed by faculty from the Departments of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy, the Clinic also serves as an integral component of the curriculum by providing: clinical experiences and patient demonstrations for many of the clinically oriented courses, an environment for conducting clinical research, and interdisciplinary clinical inservices in collaboration with other departments in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance.