June 29-July 3, 2020
Summer graduate workshops offer an outstanding professional development experience for educators in the field. These one-week workshops provide a variety of educational experiences each year and may be taken by degree students or non-degree students, for credit or not for credit.
Due to scheduling overlaps with the public school year, we have suspended workshops for Summer 2019. A full slate of workshops will return in Summer 2020.
The workshops occur in the week preceding the five-week graduate music summer session, offering students in the summer music education degree program an opportunity to earn credits outside of the regular summer session. Up to five credits from workshops may be applied toward a master's degree.
Housing for Graduate Music Workshop Participants
Campus housing is available during the week of the workshops. We cannot accommodate housing requests made after Friday, June 5. Housing options/rates are as follows:
Standard Residence hall single: $240.00 (2018 rate)
Emerson Residence hall: $290.00 (2018 rate)
Standard rooms are not air conditioned and have shared bathrooms. Emerson Hall is air conditioned and features private baths. Reservations for housing can be made beginning on February 15. Click the link at the bottom of the page for more information.
Another option for housing is to stay off campus. We have secured a block of rooms for workshop participants at the Country Inn & Suites at a group rate of $129 per night. Reference "IC Grad Music Workshops" when making your reservation. Reservations must be made in advance in order to take advantage of the reduced rate.
Country Inn & Suites
1100 Danby Road, Rt 96B
Ithaca, NY 14850
There are also several other hotels and motels within close proximity to the College.
Meals plans are not available; however, meals may be purchased at the College's Food Court, dining hall, or off campus. The 14850 website has a comprehensive listing of Ithaca restaurants grouped by cuisine and geographic area.
- 2020 workshops will be announced in October of 2019