This section contains information about resources on topics related to the ICC, including a full description of the ICC with faculty approved policies.

The Committee for College-Wide Requirements (CCR) requests that instructors include explicit reference to how the course will address the ICC designation and include the learning outcomes within the syllabus. Recommended ICC language can be found here.

For a complete list of student learning outcomes for the ICC, click here.  Sample rubrics to be used in assessing ICC student learning outcomes are available here.

The Designation form for Themes & Perspectives, Diversity, Quantitative Literacy, and Writing Intensive courses is now online. The link and respective guidelines are available below. 

  • Once completed, attach the form as a PDF to a Courseleaf CIM (https://nextcatalog.ithaca.edu/courseadmin/) course revision proposal

    • Select the "ICC Designation Only" workflow option

    • Attach PDF to the "Supporting Documentation" section under "Academic Impact"

  • Do NOT email the form to the ICC, only use Courseleaf CIM for attribute updates to courses

We'll be featuring resources for faculty interested in developing ICC courses as we move forward; see section ICC Course Development for current resources.

ICC Quick Information for Faculty

Frequently Asked Faculty Questions

Fall courses - April 1st
Spring courses - November 1st
Winter courses -  October 15th

ICC Designation Guidelines 

ICC Themes and Perspectives Guidelines (updated 8/2014)
ICC Diversity, Quantitative Literacy, and Writing Intensive Guidelines (Updated 5/20/2015)

ICC Designation Application