Students from locations on New York's official list must plan to quarantine, and provide proof of doing so, before they will be allowed on campus.
Campus Health, Safety & Prevention
Restricted States and Countries
Physical and Mental Health Services
Services and resources available from the Hammond Health Center and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
Our actions have a significant impact on the Tompkins County area. While the health and safety guidelines described here delineate what will occur on campus, our expectation is that individuals associated with Ithaca College also demonstrate behaviors that are consistent with public health guidelines while off campus.
All members of our campus community will be required to sign the Ithaca College Community Agreement which acknowledges this commitment to abide by health and safety guidelines. Noncompliance by just one person can have tremendous negative consequences for all. Through our individual and group behaviors, we will be able to achieve our common goal of successfully completing the fall semester and opening once again in the spring semester for on-campus instruction.
Ithaca College is relying upon guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York State Department of Health, and Tompkins County Health Department (TCHD) in developing its operational plans. In addition, we are working closely with Cornell University and Tompkins Cortland Community College, as well as county government officials, to assure that our plans consider the health and safety of our broader community.