Re-Applying to Ithaca College

You may reactivate a prior application to Ithaca College if you applied for admission within the past two years.

Why reactivate?

Reactivating your application allows you to reuse some of the documentation you submitted previously, including your application fee. If you applied for admission more than two years ago, you will need to submit all required supporting materials.

To reactivate a prior application, you must re-submit the Common Application.

If you applied previously as a first-year student, your application for admission should have included:

  • Completed Common Application
  • Official high school transcript
  • Official SAT or ACT with Writing report (optional)
  • Guidance counselor recommendation
  • Application fee of $60

If you applied previously as a transfer student, your application for admission should have included:

  • Completed Common Application
  • Official final high school transcript (including date of graduation)
  • Official college transcript(s) from each college attended
  • A letter of recommendation
  • Application fee of $60

Required Supporting Documents

Any materials missing from your original application must be submitted along with your current Common Application. If you are reactivating your application to a program music or theatre, you must contact those departments directly to schedule a new audition/interview. Please also include any of the following materials that may have been updated since you submitted your original application:

  • A current letter of recommendation
  • Official final high school transcript (must include date of graduation)
  • Official college transcript(s) from each college attended

Deadlines to Reactivate Your Application

  • Spring first-year & transfer admission – November 1
  • Fall first-year admission – February 1
  • Fall transfer admission – March 1
  • Music and theatre arts (first-year & transfer) admission – December 1