New Employees

Welcome to Ithaca College!

On behalf of our over 1,600 full and part-time employees, the staff in the Office of Human Resources would like to welcome you and thank you for choosing to become a part of our community. You have joined a team of talented and diverse individuals united in the goal of helping Ithaca College continue to strive for excellence in support of their students, employees, and greater Ithaca community.

New Employee Onboarding Program

1. New Hire Online

You will have the opportunity to access and complete required forms and review college policies and benefits information prior to your first day at Ithaca College. This process also allows you to activate your Netpass, set up email and calendar accounts, sign up for a parking permit, complete I-9 and tax forms, upload a photo to obtain your College ID, and sign up for direct deposit.

You will receive an email with login instructions to begin the process, which can be found within IC HR Cloud. 

2. New Employee Experience

You will participate in an onboarding experience that will provide information about the rich history of IC, tips on how to make the most of your employment experience, and suggested next steps for success. This experience in typically on the first day for staff and prior to the first day of the semester for faculty. 

3. Additional Follow-Up

You will continue to receive useful information, via email, throughout your first year with Ithaca College. This will include information about IC events, benefit resources, training opportunities and more.

4. Campus Tour

There's no better way to get to know your way around Ithaca College than in person! Explore your new community with a guided tour offered by our Admission office.

New Faculty & Staff Resources

Getting Started

The Ithaca College Onboarding Program consists of three components: Online Tasks, New Employee Experience, and Additional Follow-Up.  

New Employee Next Steps
Muller Pond
Getting Involved

Being employed by the College isn’t just a career choice, it’s also a community and you’ll have many opportunities to integrate yourself into our community

Engagement Opportunities
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Getting to Know IC

Sitting upon South Hill and overlooking the heart of Ithaca, IC is a residential liberal arts college with five schools and over 100 degree programs.

About IC & the Ithaca Area


Please remember that you play an important role in guiding new employees through long and rewarding careers at Ithaca College and onboarding information is available to you on the Supervisor Resources page. 

Clery Act Notification

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crimes Statistics Act (Clery Act) is a federal consumer protection law, enforced by the Department of Education’s Financial Aid Division.  As required by the Clery Act, Ithaca College publishes and distributes the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report by October 1st of each year. The report includes crime statistics for three previous years, reporting procedures, and campus safety and security policies. The report is available by accessing the following website:

You may also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management at (607) 274-3353.

The Office of Human Resources

If you have questions regarding the Onboarding Program or new employee paperwork, please contact ICHR.