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CC&ES is pleased to release our new Flavours Catering Menu to the Ithaca College community. The menu features a wide range of fresh and exciting options for the budget minded event planner. A brand new option to the campus is our Community Catering Drop & Go Service.   Breakfast, lunch and dinner options are all available for under $8.00 per person. We’ll bring the food to your event in disposable containers and let you get down to business.

Download a copy of your menu today or call CC&ES for more information.

Ithaca College has a contract with Sodexo Campus Services to provide all food service on campus. Use of Ithaca College funds for catering on college property must be processed through the Campus Center and Event Services Office and Dining Services.


April 22 is EARTH DAY and in recognition of that, the Campus Center & Event Services Office would like to share with you 5 easy GREEN MEETING tips that you can incorporate into your next event:

Make the entire online registration process paperless

Online registration software completely eliminates the need to produce paper event marketing materials or registration forms. Gas guzzling shipping and waiting times are things of the past when you have dynamic, custom designed registration websites that are available 24/7/365.

Encourage reusable water containers

You can keep tons of individual water bottles from crowding up landfills and even save on the energy that would be used to recycle them by encouraging reusable water containers. Give attendees an eco-friendly drinking container or logo mug at registration that can be refilled at water stations located throughout your event.


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Campus Center & Event Services is located in Egbert Hall next to the Info Desk. You can reach us at 274-3313 or visit us online.


The start of each semester is a busy time for many departments and clubs that want to reserve classrooms or other academic spaces for various non-academic activities. There can be some confusion concerning the process for reserving classrooms for these activities leading up to and during the add/drop period each semester. In order to make the process smoother for this upcoming semester, as well as future semesters, here are guidelines for reserving classrooms during the add/drop period.

Flexibility is required during the add/drop period to assign different classrooms for classes that need to be moved for any number of reasons. During this period the Office of the Registrar will only process classroom requests for activities that have an academic focus. All other classroom requests should be directed to the Campus Center and Event Services Office (CC&ES).


Tis the season to be merry and green.  Check out these tips from Campus Center & Event Services to make your holiday party more eco-friendly:

Invites: Save money and resources by sending invites via email or text message.  If it's a formal occasion, think postconsumer recycled paper for the invitations—it's paper made from old paper, so you're helping to complete the recycling loop.

Decorations: Skip the paper and plastic and decorate with natural items from your yard—such as evergreens, pinecones, or seasonal houseplants. Or consider making your centerpiece an edible one with fruits, nuts, breads and holiday cookies.

Party supplies: Use reusable dishes, utensils and cloth napkins. Rent or borrow items you won’t need more than once, like large punch bowls and chafing dishes. If you need to purchase items be sure that they are biodegradable or recyclable.


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