New Organization Recognition Process
The recognition process is how IC formally acknowledges the student organizations as a part of the college.
Re- Recognition Process
Each student organization – new and returning – must receive recognition with the Office of Student Engagement every year.
Advertising and Promoting
Student organizations have a number of opportunities to showcase their initiatives through Office of Student Engagement.
Click here for updated information about current programming guidelines for student organizations.
Requesting a Room for a Meeting or Event
The college web-based scheduling application 25LivePro is a great resource for student organizations planning meetings and events.
Contracts are required for all performers, speakers or other activities requiring payment for services rendered.
Hazing and Harassment Policies
Ithaca College does not support hazing, discrimination or harassment in any form.
The Office of Student Engagement strives to help student organization treasurers learn how to be successful in their role.
Recognized student organizations are eligible to have an IC Account. Organizations with accounts have special requirements.
Spending Student Organization Funds
Student organizations may need to pay invoices/contracts, purchase supplies, get reimbursed, pay a student, or make a donation.
Funding Sources for Organizations
Student organizations may have raised funds and IC funds in their IC Account which can come from variety of sources.
Fundraising for Student Organizations
Raised funds are funds raised by a student organization by money received outside of Ithaca College.
Student organizations are required to deposit funds collected on behalf of their organization into their organization's account.
Student Organization Travel
Travel for each OSE-recognized student organization trip is authorized on a case-by-case basis.
Advisor Policies and Procedures
Every year advisors are required to agree to a set of terms & conditions as a part of the Recognition Process.
OSE has prepared a resource with many of the links to online resources student organizations frequently use.