Involvement and Resources
Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs is dedicated to creating a supportive and inclusive environment on campus that complements the academic experience, connects and engages all students with the Ithaca College community, and provides opportunities for on-going personal and professional development. Some of the programs you can find through OSEMA are:
- Service Opportunities
- Leadership Development
- Scholar and Honors Programs
- Multicultural Programs
- New and Transfer Student Programs
The Ithaca [Insider]
The Ithaca Insider is a bi-weekly publication intended to keep first-year students up to date on events on campus, happenings in the Ithaca community and to provide them with [inside] information about college life. Written by students, for students, the Ithaca Insider strives to connect new and transfer students with opportunities they will have access to over their four years at Ithaca College. Sign up for the [Insider] at http://lists.ithaca.edu.
Information about teams, sign-up, officiating, and policies can be found on the Recreational Sports website.
For information about on-campus jobs and Ithaca's workstudy program visit the Student Employment website.
Spend time talking with your adviser and looking over each academic website for many ways to apply what you will learn in the classroom.
Intercom is Ithaca's central information system. Community members can read about news from around campus and contribute stories.
Whatever stage you are at in your career development, we are prepared to assist you every step of the way.
FYRE Calendar of Events
FYRE offers regular social events and theme group programs/discussions to help create a sense of community and home like feel.
Student Disability Services
SDS works in partnership with the students, faculty and staff to develop and implement accommodations plans that provide equal access to academic programs.