The seventh annual "Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen" film series will begin on Monday, August 31, with a showing of Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World.
In some countries, being thought to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) can result in imprisonment, deportation, or even the death penalty. This film documents the struggles of LGBT people for basic human rights in the face of severe oppression in such countries as Egypt, Kenya, and Honduras. The screening will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Textor 101.
The Ithaca College Student Handbook is now online, and can be accessed at:
There is a lot of valuable information in the handbook, including the student conduct code, policies, and residential life information, with which you should become familiar.
The College is also required by law to provide information related to all federal and New York State laws that are critical for you to know. The "Public Safety" section of the student handbook serves as the College's annual security report as required by federal law.
At the links below, you will find relevant information on educational records, personal safety and crime prevention strategies, the law enforcement authority of campus security, policies and procedures for reporting crimes that may occur on campus, sexual assault and hate crime laws, and crime statistics for the most recent three-year period. To maximize your personal safety and the security of your personal belongings, please take time to read the following sections carefully.
The Campus Life Award is given each year to a select group of graduating seniors in order to recognize their outstanding contributions to the Ithaca College community through participation and involvement in campus life. Over the years this award has become a coveted goal and valued honor.
In order to be nominated for this prestigious award, students must have been extensively involved in a number of areas of campus life and have demonstrated significant leadership abilities and accomplishments.