Messages from Campus Leadership
President Collado shares some important news about changes to student affairs, the provost’s office, and to her office.
A message from President Shirley M. Collado that Ithaca College remains committed to welcoming and providing an outstanding education to all of our students, regardless of citizenship, nationality, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.
Dear members of the Ithaca College community:
The series of events that unfolded over the last two days on the University of Virginia campus and in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia have stirred in many of us a mix of shock, grief, anger, and resolve. On behalf of Ithaca College’s leadership team of deans and vice presidents, I write to express our condemnation of the...
To the Ithaca College community:
It has been one week since I arrived at Ithaca College, and what an incredible week it has been! I want to thank you all for the many messages of welcome and support that I have received since my introduction in February; you have enlivened my spirit and given me a greater sense of promise as I join the Ithaca College community. This past week I have...
From Senior Vice President Nancy Pringle and Provost Linda Petrosino
The National Labor Relations Board indicated to Ithaca College in June that due to lack of merit, it would be dismissing an unfair labor practice charge filed against the college by the union representing contingent faculty. Shortly thereafter, the college was informed by the NLRB that SEIU Local 200United had decided to withdraw the charge rather than proceed to the formal dismissal decision.