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Spring Welcome 2021!!

Contributed by Jenelle Whalon on 01/22/21 

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Submitted on behalf of Kevin Perry, Associate Director of New Student & Transition Programs. 

The Office of New Student & Transition Programs, in collaboration with the office of Admission, the Student Activities Board, the Residence Hall Association, and the office of Residence Life, are ecstatic to welcome students back with an exciting Spring Welcome program!

Spring Welcome will be a combination of in-person and virtual events for students to safely interact within the campus community. Throughout the month of February, students will have the option of joining events like a Virtual Movie Night, signing up to take an on-campus tour, practicing social distance hanging around a fire pit making s’mores and so much more!

Students interested in any event within Spring Welcome will be able to register through IC Engage using the links provided in the schedule found at: https://www.ithaca.edu/orientation/spring-welcome-2021.

For students planning to attend in-person events it is very important to be following all health and safety guidelines set by the state of New York and Ithaca College, including but is not limited to: properly wearing a mask over nose and mouth, actively testing in the campus testing cycle, and practicing social distancing by maintaining a minimum of six-feet distance whenever possible.

 

Individuals requiring accommodations should contact NSTP at nstp@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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