All participants who have verified their attendance in the Summer College for High School Students by the June 15 (extended) payment deadline will receive a detailed participant email about what to expect.
In the meantime, these FAQs will help answer your questions.
I understand I have to complete some required forms. Where can I find them and when are they due?
Several forms are required for participation. Participant forms are due by June 15. (Medical and Menigitis forms are no longer required for the online program, All other participant forms are required.) Completed forms can be found on the landing page of your parent/guardian account LOGIN. Or they are downloadable here. They can be uploaded directly to your account. They can also be scanned and emailed to: email@example.com, or faxed to: 866-924-6272.
COURSE SCHEDULE & ACTIVITIES
What is the course schedule for the program?
A standard (with some variability) synchronous schedule across courses is forthcoming. A full schedule of synchronous and asynchronous events and activities will be provided closer to the start date of the program, and new events and activities will be added throughout the five-week program.
Do I need a computer?
Internet access is required for participation. Although students may use their phones to engage with faculty, their peers, and the course content, computers will be helpful (if not necessary) for completing assignments.
Will my course have a textbook that I need to purchase in advance?
Textbooks for Summer College courses will be purchased at the Ithaca College Campus Store. The cost may vary upon the course but usually run between $25 to $100. Textbook requirements will be published approximately two weeks before the program start date. Faculty are encouraged to assign only online content.
Who is in charge?
A residential coordinator is in charge of non-academic portions of the program including "residence life." A staff of "resident assistants" (RA), in addition, will be working with students during the program. This team of RAs is closely supervised by both the residential coordinator and the program director. The program director, Warren Schlesinger, also has specific responsibility for academics and academic advising.
The Office of Extended Studies can be reached at 607-274-3143 during normal business hours – 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.