Do you need to declare or change your ICC theme? - You may submit your initial ICC Theme Declaration or make changes to an existing ICC Theme through the appropriate form available in IC Workflow. (For students electing to change their existing ICC Theme, the same form can be used but will require approval from the ICC Director. Changes can take up to five business days before the request is approved and the student record is updated in HomerConnect. It is strongly suggested that students consult with their Faculty Advisor, Dean, Department Chair or the ICC Director before making any changes to their theme.)
ICC Resources for Students
Integrative Core Curriculum Grids
The grids/worksheets below can be used by students who entered Ithaca College under the Integrative Core Curriculum (ICC) as one method of keeping track of ICC requirements. Individual departments and schools also provide excellent planning and summary sheets for the ICC. The School of Humanities & Sciences also offers additional information on the Complementary Liberal Arts component of the ICC.
Students are advised to track their academic progress through their degree evaluation available through Homer and DegreeWorks (accessed through apps.ithaca.edu). Homer and DegreeWorks are maintained by the Office of the Registrar. Course descriptions are available online through the undergraduate catalog.
These grids are updated as additional Perspectives courses (creative arts, humanities, natural science, social science) and Competencies courses (quantitative literacy, writing intensive and diversity) are approved.
IMPORTANT: HomerConnect is the final authority on course offerings. Please consult HomerConnect to assist with course selection.
Transfer Student Requirements - The information on this page applies only to students admitted to Ithaca College as transfer students.
Transfer students who wish to have course work from a previous institution evaluated for the ICC should complete the transfer course evaluation request form. This worksheet identifies the learning objectives a course must meet in order to be considered for ICC designations.