Ithaca College views academic excellence as the integration of theory, practice, and performance. The College’s unique fusion of the liberal arts and professional programs assumes that knowledge needs to inform and be informed by hands-on experience, real-life application, and concrete action. Curricular and co-curricular activities should provide all community members with opportunities to develop, debate, and critically evaluate strategies to address complex problems.
As the college’s chief academic officer, the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs reports directly to the president and plays a significant role in strategic planning and implementation. The deans of the college’s five schools report to the provost, who is responsible for supporting and advancing the teaching, scholarship and development of faculty and for all matters related to academic programs and curricula.
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