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Join OSEMA for the first annual GPS Sophomore Leadership Retreat – Growth, Purpose, Success on Saturday, September 24 from 9-5pm. On this retreat we will focus on building leadership skills important to your sophomore year.

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Are you a student leader? Are you interested in becoming a student leader? The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA) wants to help you navigate your leadership journey with the Student Leadership Institute (SLI).

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Program Description: The Urban Mentorship Initiative (UMI) is a distance-mentoring program where students from Ithaca College are matched with seventh grade students from MS50 located in Brooklyn, NY. In this year-long program, mentors and mentees communicate through both structured and unstructured interactions via email and in-person meetings.  Mentors and mentees participate in three required in-person meetings. For more information on the program take a look at our Promo Video

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The Office of International Programs and Extended Studies (OIPES) invites you to explore your off-campus options. We are offering info sessions on the ICNYC Program, the IC in DC Program (in cooperation with the Cornell in Washington Program), the Ithaca College London Center, and other study abroad destinations.

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Ithaca College Enactus is a new organization coming to campus this semester that hopes to engage members in social entrepreneurship by starting projects and initiatives that promote real change in both the local Ithaca and global communities. These projects can include anything from developing websites and marketing plans for local businesses to coming up with and implementing solutions to help tackle major social issues such as homelessness, education reform, environmental sustainability and more. This is a perfect place for aspiring entrepreneurs or motivated individuals looking to make a difference while gaining real work experience to fill up your resume.


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 The Ithaca College Writing Center, a free service available to all IC students, staff, and faculty, will open for the semester at 9:00 AM next Monday, the 29th of August. 


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Come out and enjoy your first weekend as an IC Bomber with some awesome events all over Ithaca!!

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The Center for Civic Engagement is currently seeking students who are 19 years of age or older, and possess a clean driving record, to help CCE transport students to and from community-based initiatives around Tompkins County throughout the year. Interest students will need to complete a driver information form, and pass the online driver safety class before they can be cleared by the Office of Risk Management to drive Ithaca College owned vehicles. Students will be compensated by the college for their time spent driving for the Center for Civic Engagement.

If you are interested in this opportunity, and would like more information, please complete the CCE student driver interest form ASAP!

Questions can be directed to Don Austin at

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This Friday August 26th, 2016 at the First Bomber Weekend Welcome Picnic (4-6:30pm) please join us on the Fitness Center Quad to create a Unity Canopy.

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Are you thinking of studying abroad?  Start the planning process early!  Come learn more about your options at our info sessions and study abroad events, including our first-ever Study Abroad Fair!

Find other opportunities for learning more about study abroad below, and also by joining the Study Abroad OrgSync portal where you can sign up for these study abroad events.

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The Office of International Programs is now reviewing applications to the London Center for Spring 2017. The deadline for Spring 2017 is September 15, but we are reviewing complete applications on a rolling basis as they come in.  If you have already submitted a complete application, you can expect to hear back about your application status within 5 days of your application being completed.

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Are you planning to study abroad in the spring or summer of 2017?  Are you a Pell Grant recipient? If so, consider applying for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program!  The Gilman application cycle for Spring 2017 and Summer 2017 early applications have recently opened, and the application deadline is October 4, 2016.

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Digital Instruction and Information Services (DIIS) is pleased to introduce Service Desk regular extended support hours as of Sunday, August 21st. In an effort to better support the campus community with technology needs, the new hours are as follows:

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Dr. Maura Cullen utilizes a variety of activities to challenge our responsibility in creating an inclusive and respectful, diverse community.

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Are you interested in the local music scene? Want to gain some experience working on a tech project?  Help us promote, a new locally-focused personalized radio app, to the Ithaca community and beyond!

We are looking for two paid IC student positions (10 hours per week, start immediately, through the end of September).

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Library Tours!

Contributed by Cathy H Michael on 08/22/2016 

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Walk through the service points of the library on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

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How to find FALL 2016 Swing, Salsa, and Ballroom Classes to Register in Schedulizer & Homerconnect - It's not obvious!

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LGBTQA+ and Allied Student Community Welcome -  Tuesday August 23, 7 pm in Clark Lounge, Campus Center

Come out and join us for this annual tradition! Enjoy refreshments and an opportunity to meet the LGBT Center program director, student staff, and student leaders of our four LGBTQ-themed student organizations, as well as info about our spectacular ZAP panel program and how to  get involved. 

Learn more about our unique and supportive campus and the surrounding community, meet old friends and new, find out how to get involved, and let the LGBT Center know what services, policies, and offerings meet your needs and what more could be put in place to better serve you!

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As part of the print management program, we are pleased to announce that mobile device printing is now available! Students can send print jobs from various mobile devices to a WebPrint printer, and print the job from a WebPrint Release Station in various locations on campus!

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