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Comprehensive Benefits for Work and Life
IC's flexible benefits program allows you to choose benefits that fit your individual needs. By selecting wisely, you create a benefits package for yourself and your family that is truly an Individual Choice.
Benefits Programs & Service Offerings
Ithaca College offers a variety of options for time away from duties, including numerous Leaves of Absences.
Ithaca College will encourage flexible work plans where it is reasonable and practical to do so and where the College’s goals and operational needs will be met while improving employee satisfaction.
Ithaca College retirement programs help faculty and staff build financial security by offering plans such as a 403(b) and the Emeriti Program.
The educational benefit program is for employees attending IC and eligible dependents attending either IC or another college or university.
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff members, and their eligible dependents, have the opportunity to enjoy many additional benefits that come with working for the College.
Ithaca College is delighted to be able to offer discount programs, and perks to our employees and their families.
The path to reducing your monthly student loan payment and working toward loan forgiveness could be getting much easier. As an employee of Ithaca College, you have access to a new financial wellness tool and service that helps find the best federal repayment and forgiveness programs for your financial situation.
Mission: The Faculty and Staff Benefits Committee (FSBC), which is convened by the administration, is dedicated to providing a strong consulting liaison to the Office of Human Resources concerning both current benefits and proposed changes in benefits. This will be accomplished through sharing concerns and reactions from the represented bodies with the Office of Human Resources and making recommendations for changes in benefits.
The FSBC will take a thoughtful, methodic approach to achieving and maintain a benefits package that meets the needs of employees’ while being financially sustainable for the College. The benefits offerings should be valued from an institutional perspective while considering budget, best business practices, and regulatory impact.
Below is the list of the committee members:
Kirra Franzese, Associate Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Tina Thurston, Administrative and Financial Operations Manager, Enrollment and Student Success
Rachel Gould, Senior Director, Study Abroad, Office of International Programs
Danae Lowman, Faculty Affairs Coordinator, Office of the Provost
Jen Hunter, Director, Wellness Clinic, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
Ann-Jeanette Ford, Administrative Assistant, School of Humanities and Sciences
Marc Webster, Associate Professor, Music Performance, School of Music, Theatre and Dance
Angela Branneman, Associate Professor, Theatre Production and Management, School of Music Theatre and Dance
Justine Vosloo, Associate Professor, Exercise Science and Athletic Training, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
Chris Hummel, Clinical Professor and Chair, Exercise Science and Athletic Training, School of Health Sciences and Human Performance