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October 2, 2022
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Education studies majors to be restructured amid cuts

By | Mar 11, 2021

Thirteen undergraduate teacher education majors at Ithaca College will be discontinued but most will be substituted with equivalent graduate programs.


Impact of APP on faculty of color unclear

By | Mar 11, 2021

Ithaca College will be terminating faculty members — including faculty of color — as a part of the APP process, but it is unclear how many faculty of color will be affected.


Administration answers student questions regarding APP

By | Mar 10, 2021

Ithaca College administrators held a Q&A session with students regarding their concerns with the Academic Prioritization Program process March 4.


SGC discusses holding vote of no confidence

By | Mar 9, 2021

The Ithaca College Student Governance Council (SGC) discussed a vote of no confidence at its March 8 meeting. 


Q&A: Administration speaks about APP and faculty cuts

By | Mar 5, 2021

Collado and Cornish spoke about the campus community’s reactions to the changes and the APP process moving forward.


Faculty Council considers holding vote of no confidence

By | Mar 4, 2021

The Ithaca College Faculty Council discussed a vote of no confidence against the administration during its March 2.


Communication studies major eliminated due to APP

By | Mar 4, 2021

Members of the Department of Communication Studies are disappointed with the elimination of the communications studies major, which is being cut as a part of the APP process.


Alumni meet to discuss final APP recommendations

By | Mar 3, 2021

Ithaca College Alumni Against Austerity voiced its discontent with the approval of the final APP recommendations in a March 1 event. 


Aging studies department slated to be cut due to APP

By | Mar 3, 2021

The aging studies major is one of 26 majors, programs and departments slated to be eliminated as a result of the APP process.


Students hold candlelight vigil in response to faculty cuts

By | Feb 25, 2021

The Open the Books coalition organized a candlelight vigil to honor the faculty members whose positions are being eliminated due to the APP.


Masters in music program eliminated due to APP

By | Feb 25, 2021

Out of the five graduate programs that are being recommended for discontinuation by the APPIC, four are Masters of Music (M.M.) in the School of Music.


Recreation and leisure department opposes department cut

By | Feb 25, 2021

The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies and community organizations its students work with are voicing their opposition to the “Shape of the College” recommendations.