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The Department of Writing invites you to enroll in Science Writing (WRTG-31400, CRN 43237) for Spring 2021. Designated Writing Intensive for the College's Integrative Core Curriculum (ICC), this course will be offered online synchronously from 2:35 PM to 3:50 PM Tuesday, Thursday.

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Join the Campus Center programming team for weekly events on Wednesdays at 7pm ET and Thursdays at 7pm ET throughout the whole spring semester starting this week (January 27th and 28th)!  Follow @ic.campuscenter on Instagram, @CampusIthaca on Twitter, and @IthacaCampusCenter on Facebook to see all the updates on our events throughout the semester.  You can also find more information on our website.

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Learn more about Office 365 applications and how they can help you stay organized this semester! As an Ithaca College student you have access to more than 15 Microsoft applications and services, and can download the latest version of Office, Office 365 ProPlus, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneDrive, on up to 5 devices for free! Visit and click on the Office 365 Portal to check out the variety of applications available to you.

Here are some featured applications to help you stay organized with your digital content:

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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!

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 GCOM 32600-01 Media Industries (1 credit)  CRN# 43515                                                                                                                                       Tuesday evenings, 7-9:30 PM - OPEN TO ALL SENIORS

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Free DIY Succulent Planting!

Contributed by Max Kasler on 01/22/21 

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  Join Hillel for a Tu B'Shevat program if you are going to be on campus on or before January 28th! Click this form to pre-register. Pick up succulents from Muller Chapel 1/28/21 from 4-6, we will gather on Zoom at 7pm!

Hillel is kicking off the semester with our weekly Shabbat services next Friday, 1/29. 

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 We know that today is Martin Luther King Day, but the learning through Ithaca College is extending past today! We hope you'll join us for this special event with Rabbi Saul Berman

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Based on the Return to Campus plan, please note that virtual programming and meetings are strongly encouraged during the Spring 2021 semester. This promotes health and safety in our IC community, is more inclusive for students, staff, and faculty who will be remote this semester, and recognizes that space on campus is very limited.

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Below you will read updates on PPECS and Edit Room protocols and reservations as well as instructions for reserving space and equipment through the Patron Portal.                          

Due to COVID safety protocols, a number of changes have been implemented for the safety of our students, faculty, and staff. Please become familiar with the changes and procedures below. 

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The Roy H Park School of Communications Professional Development Office kicks off its 2021workshop series with two (2) January activities to coincide with events of the Office of Career Services.

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Did you know ALL students, regardless of major, can audition for the Department of Theatre Arts productions?? Even though we are starting out virtually, we are producing a number of in-person projects! Each semester we hold auditions for our productions -- the upcoming virtual audition process includes plays and musicals.


Don’t have much experience in performance? No problem! Whether you’ve had previous experience acting, singing, and dancing, or have just always been interested in trying it out, we would love for you to audition! 


For more information on how to participate in auditions, please email us at


The deadline to register and submit materials is Friday, January 22nd at 12:00pm EST.

The leave of absence and withdrawal process for the college is now being managed by the Academic Advising Center!   

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The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the courage of health professionals and support personnel while exposing the flaws of public health preparation and inequalities in health outcomes. This course examines long standing and continuing inequalities in health and health care in the US. Course description and details below.

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As we near the start of the spring semester there may be members of our student community who find they are having a hardship communicating with their professor or participating in their classes.  Perhaps they lack a piece of equipment, are missing an app or lack the necessary WIFI needed to connect - whatever the issue may be, the College is committed to supporting students. 

Students should use this form, to request assistance with obtaining equipment to continue their education work at IC.  Please contact the Information Technology Service Desk at (607) 274-1000, via live chat or email at if you have any questions.   Thank you.

The Information Technology Service Desk team. 

Enjoy performing music? Looking for an extra/different class for your Spring Semester? Then join us in Campus Band this semester!



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To combat food insecurity on our campus students with unlimited meal plans can offer up 2 of their guest meal passes this semester by simply filling out this formThis semester, with no guests allowed on campus, put those guest passes that come with your meal plans to great use!

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 Join Hillel for a celebration of the New Year of the Trees!  This program offers and activity and an associated Zoom gathering if you are going to be on campus on or before January 28th! Click this form to pre-register and get a pick-up time slot.  


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For students living on campus in 2020

Information on this page is subject to frequent changes.

CLOSED Mon Jan 18 for the MLK Holiday

Prior to the start of Spring semester, students have two options for picking up mail and packages.

  1. Pick up at the Mail Center (by Public Safety) - Available weekdays, 8:00am - 12:00pm, and 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Students will receive an automated email notification when new items are received and available at this location
  2. Pick up from the Mobile Mailroom* trucks on campus weekdays between 1:30pm - 3:30pm. Items will be available from the truck each weekday (no additional notifications will be sent)


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 Please click "Read More" to find out about the Instrumental Ensembles available for non-music majors.

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