Ithaca Tompkins International Airport is approximately 10 minutes’ drive from campus (seven miles). American Airlines, United, and Delta Airlines provide direct or connecting flights throughout the United States.    |

Syracuse Hancock International Airport is approximately one hour and fifteen minutes’ drive (65 miles) from Ithaca College and is served by seven airlines.     |


Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) serves Ithaca College on the hour and the half hour. Buses stop near the entrance to campus, at the Towers, and at the Roy H. Park School of Communications and have connecting routes throughout the city as well as to Cornell University, the Greyhound bus terminal, Cayuga Medical Center at Ithaca, the Shops at Ithaca mall, and the airport. College-subsidized bus passes may be purchases at the campus store.  |

College Express offers bus service between Ithaca and New Jersey/New York City/Queens/Long Island on the weekends and during breaks.   |

OurBus destinations offers busses going to NYC and other locations. 

FlixBus destinations offers busses going to NYC and other locations

Greyhound Lines offers daily bus service to New York City and many major cities in the Northeast.   |

ShortLine offers nine daily schedules to New York City and four daily to Westchester, Long island, Queens, and the Hudson Valley for $50 one way.  |

Campus-to-Campus (C2C) provides transportation between Cornell University’s New York City and Ithaca campuses, seven days a week, year round.  |

Cars and Ride Sharing

Ithaca Carshare is a community membership service offering 24/7 access to fuel-efficient cars, a minivan, and a pickup truck.   |

Finger Lakes Rideshare offers rides for local commutes or road trips. If you have a car, you can offer rides. If not, you can find rides where you need to go.   |


Syracuse (approximately 60 miles north) is the city nearest Ithaca that offers train service.   |