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Information Technology Services will be hiring for the Spring 2015 in October. You must attend an information session to apply, so save the dates!

Information Sessions

  • Thursday, October 9th from 12:10-1:00pm in Friends 309
  • Monday, October 13th from 6:00-7:00pm in Friends 309
  • Tuesday, October 14th from 12:10-1:00pm in Friends 309
  • Tuesday, October 21st from 12:10-1:00pm in Friends 309
  • Wednesday, October 22nd from 6:00-7:00pm in Friends 309

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Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival Information Sessions

for those students interested in becoming junior fellows, interns, or bloggers 

Thursday, October 9 12:05 -1 Business 102

Friday October 10 4-5 p.m. Business 102

For student unable to attend these sessions, there are also also drop-in sessions every Wednesday and Thursday from 10-3 p.m. in Park 350.

Applications for internships and blogging positions due hard copy and typed no later than October 20 in Job 202, Rosalie Fitzgerald, Special Asisstant to the Assistant Provost. NO ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED.

Applications available on the FLEFF website:

Students studying overseas should contact Ms. Fitzgerald at for special instructions.  

FLEFF Junior Fellows positions do not require an application. Just sign up for GCOM 12000.  



Students are invited to meet IC Alumni during a special reception at 4:00pm this Friday (Oct. 10) as part of Alumni Weekend. This reception will feature a speed networking format, during which you'll be able to talk with alumni about their experiences at IC, life after college and more!

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Due to no RSVPs, the 25Live Training session that was going to be hosted in Williams 317 on Tuesday, 10/7 during the Common Hour has been cancelled. 

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Round River Conservation Studies is a research and education organization based in Utah. They offer field-based study-abroad programs where students work with local people to study, protect and restore wild places. Study areas include conservation biology, natural history and environmental policy; and students are immersed in the cultures of indigenous peoples. 

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Join other first-years in this IC tradition!

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Don't miss the Senior Class Celebration (immediately followed by the Alumni & Senior Class Happy Hour)

Be the first to hear the Senior Class Gift announcement followed by networking with Ithaca College alumni.

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October is officially here! That means the newest issue of Student Health 101 is too!


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We have added more RA information sessions to help you prepared for the October 19 application deadline!

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Heading to Massachusetts for fall break? Would you like the opportunity to volunteer during fall break? 

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Students are invited to meet IC Alumni during a special reception next Friday, Oct. 10 as part of Alumni Weekend. This reception will feature a speed networking format, during which you'll be able to talk with alumni about their experiences at IC, life after college and more!

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Students interested in Spring 2015 research in the Biology Department must attend the

Mandatory Informational Meeting with Faculty

Thursday, October 9
CNS 1st Floor Foyer
4:00 PM

Project descriptions are available on the web.


All students must apply for BIOL-30200 by filling out the form, also available in the Biology office.


If your schedule does not permit you to attend this meeting,you must meet with the faculty member individually, and submit a signed application.

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  Here is your chance to make a difference and enjoy a little travel during your fall break!

Students are encouraged to make a difference during Fall Break! Meet new people and do a bit of traveling for next to nothing!

This October, the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs will be hosting two Fall Break service trips for Ithaca College students!

The trips include:

Sky Meadow State Park (Delaplane, VA)

6 students will be heading to Sky Meadow State Park  to work with Virginia Parks and Recreation on some trail building and maintance! This is an excellent opportunity to spend your fall break exploring a new area, building new experience, meeting new people, or completing a community service requirement. 

The cost of the Sky Meadow trip will be $80.00 USD for all non-driver participants.

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LAST CHANCE! Sign up for the October Service Saturday NOW!

Get involved with Service Saturdays this weekend!

We'll be kicking off the fall by volunteering on October 4th in the local community and helping out with Some FUN events and GREAT causes.

Students can choose to volunteer at one of these awesome sites:

·         The Brooktondale Community Center and Farmers Market

·         Downtown Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival

·         IC Books Thru Bars

Service Saturdays is your opportunity to make a difference the fun and easy way!

For more information on this event, and to SIGN UP, visit this LINK.

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Is your leadership library looking a little barren? If so, then the Student Leadership Institute is here to help! Here are some new and exciting sessions that will be happening next week.


Please remember to sign up at least 48 hours in advance on OrgSync. If you can no longer attend a session please click ‘no’ to un-RSVP or email in order to open up your spot to another student. Thank you.



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"Chocolate in the Chapel" - For all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) and allied students to meet each other, our campus chaplains, and students from the chapel communities - Wednesday October 1, 4-6pm in Muller Chapel.

Great Chocolate of all kinds! Great Conversation with the Chaplains & Students from the Chapel Communities.

Sponsored by The IC Chaplains and the LGBT Center.

To view the calendar of events listing, click here.


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Looking to learn more about the field of Student Affairs? Think that working with students on a college campus would fit into your future career plans? Take an opportunity to learn more about the field of Student Affairs Administration next week at the following sessions. If you sign up ahead of time on OrgSync, you can receive SLI credit for the sessions.



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Find out more about our FLEFF Junior Fellow opportunities for FLEFF 2015 in open drop in sessions:

Park 350

Wed 10-3 p.m

Thurs. 10-3 p.m.

Fellows enroll in a one credit, pass/fail course, GCOM 12000 that meets across four sessions across three weekends, with full festival immersion the second weekend. Seating is limited--only 75 seats available.

Strongly recommended for all first year students, and those students seeking internships in future festivals.

Students should review the FLEFF website at to learn more about the festival.



Are you a blossoming entrepreneur or have a business idea you want to bring to life?  

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 Here is your chance to make a difference and enjoy a little travel during your fall break!

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