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The Center for Faculty Excellence and the Faculty Development Committee seek nominations for Ithaca College’s annual Faculty Excellence Awards. We will offer five $1,500 awards.

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Your FREE Taglit Birthright Israel 10 day trip to Israel will take place on May 18-29, 2015

Don't miss out on an opportunity of a lifetime!

Registration opens on February 3 at

Follow the flowchart... which workout works for you today? 

  • Click each exercise symbol for your routine 
  • Start: Where do you want to get active? The gym or anywhere but the gym? 
  • Cardio, strength or a combination? 

Check it out using this link:


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This support group is held every Thursday from 1-2pm in the Counseling and Wellness Center (CAPS) group room located on the 2nd floor of the Hammond Health Center.  

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This personal statement and interviewing workshop is for all students preparing for professional school applications to medical, dental, optometry, veterinary, physician assistant chiropractic, etc. All students planning to interview with the Pre-Med committee this spring should attend.

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Are you looking to do something exciting next summer? Consider one of Ithaca College's summer study abroad programs! During Summer 2015, we will be offering a variety of programs across the globe. Summer study abroad is a great way to expand your horizons and satisfy degree requirements without missing a full semester on campus!

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The 2015 Immersion Semester Program has begun and Ithaca College students can keep track of this year's participants thanks to GPS check-ins on the Recreation and Leadership Studies Facebook page.

Assistant professor Patrick Lewis and his group of students started a three-week backpack across Joshua Tree National Park in California on Tuesday. The trip is part of the Immersion Semester Program which offers students the opportunity to earn credit toward a minor in Outdoor Pursuits while developing leadership skills and exploring the great outdoors.

Stay posted for more photos and updates from the participants on the RLS Facebook page. For more information on the Outdoor Adventure Leadership and the Immersion Semester Program, visit its webpage here

"College students appear to spend almost nine hours per day - more than half our waking hours - on our phones."

In this article in SH101

  • Learn how to get your texting under control with these 6 tips 
  • Check out the online texting-while-driving simulator by AT&T
  •  Watch students videos ("quick battery trick", "night phone fix", "10 minute tip")

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Look out for our Superhero and Superheroine advertisements and visit our selection website!

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Look out for our Superhero and Superheroine advertisements and visit our selection website!

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Trip to the Museum of the Earth on Saturday, February 21, 2015! This local museum is exceptional. Let's go, "Explore Earth and its prehistoric past—from the tiniest trilobite to the mighty mastodon— through engaging displays, hands-on features, stunning fossils, and science-inspired art" ( Don't miss exciting science opportunity (did I mention the mastodon?). One of the current exhibits, Quirks of Nature, features the work of Rosemary Mosco, a popular, brilliant, and creative science communicator. Read more about Rosemary Mosco

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Stillwater, IC's premier art and literary magazine, is currently accepting submissions! Send your best fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, artwork, or photography to by February 20th for a chance to be featured in our 2014-2015 issue.

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Join Stillwater Magazine ​for a night of linguistic splendor! On Tuesday, February 17 from 7-9pm in the Pub, IC's only literary and art magazine will offer students the chance to read and write original poetry, fiction, nonfiction, or what have you, alongside IC faculty. Everyone will participate in a Cards Against Humanity-inspired group free-write. Attendees will have 15 minutes to come up with the best poem or prose piece or song or story they can in response to the prompt. After the writing period, all are welcome on stage to share their spontaneous creations, while indulging in candy. Come out, have fun, and support your peers and professors!​

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If so, you should apply for an interview through the Central New York Communications Consortium (CNYCC).  This 20+ year event, co-founded by IC, is your is opportunity to interview for full-time jobs and internships with some of the top firms in the communications industry.  Plus there's a networking event/career fair on April 15th!

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Join us on Wednesday, February 18, from  6:30-7:30  p.m. in Business 103, to learn more about the School of Business' M.B.A. programs.

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The 2015-16 endowed scholarship application period for the School of Humanities and Sciences is now open!

Applications for general H&S scholarships and scholarships by field, must be submitted by 4pm on Friday, March 13.

For questions, please contact Dylan Schoch at or (607) 274-1375.


The HSHP Endowed Scholarships online application process will open 5 p.m. on Friday, February 13, 2015. Current students can apply for scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year by accessing the scholarships page on the HSHP community website located here. The deadline for submissions is 5:00pm (EST) on Monday, March 9, 2015. All applications must be received online. No hardcopies (paper) will be accepted.



This year the Office of Residential Life will be piloting a selection process to allow individual rising junior and senior students ( or groups of rising junior and senior students who cannot fill an entire apartment) to select housing in the Circle Apartments if there are open apartments following traditional group selection. 


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2 in 3 employers say relevant work experience and interview performance are the most important factors in hiring (well ahead of academic performance). 

In this article in SH101:

  • Watch student's videos (Interntips, Three Ps, and Extend your reach)
  • Read Q&A regarding internships
  • Learn 5 steps to an intriguing internship and & how they apply to two examples: An artsy business student and a green PR student 

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Join us on Wednesday, February 18, from  6:30-7:30  p.m. in Business 103, to learn more about the School of Business' M.B.A. programs.

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