On behalf of the Office of Admission—and with great thanks to everyone on campus who contributes to our student recruitment efforts—it is my pleasure to announce that the College has received a record number of undergraduate applications. The previous mark of 13,546 applications received for the fall of 2008 was eclipsed and now stands at 13,786 for the fall of 2012. This number should grow to approximately 13,820 as supporting materials are received and a few incomplete applications are finalized.
"How can my student find an internship or a job?" This is perhaps the most frequent question that parents of School of Business students ask.
If your student doesn't know where to get started -- he or she is in luck. The Business-Link Professions Program,...
The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jeffrey Meyer, and the Ithaca College Choir, conducted by Lawrence Doebler, will be on the road in your area in March!
While on tour the IC Symphony Orchestra is proud to partner with the Norwalk Youth Symphony, Norwalk High School, and Paul D. Schreiber High School to provide master classes and workshops. Joined by soprano...
New Housing Information
The Upper-Years program will continue in Terraces 9 &11 for the 2012-2013 academic year. This community will only be available to current Ithaca College students and incoming Transfer students looking for an opportunity to live exclusively with other upper-class students.
The First-year Residential Experience (FYRE)Program is once again expanding for fall 2012. Beginning in fall 2012 the West Tower will also be part of the FYRE program. As a result returning students will not be able to select housing in the West Tower.
President Tom Rochon has announced that “Ten Thousand Saints,” the debut novel by assistant professor of writing Eleanor Henderson, has been selected for the First-Year Reading Initiative for the 2012–13 academic year. The book has earned across-the-board praise for its sensitive portrayals of youthful rebellion and family dynamics.