The Ithaca College Campus Master Plan, which includes renovations to the Campus Center, is paused as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The men’s and women’s crew team hosted a row-a-thon to benefit the teams and Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity. The teams raised over $26,000.
The designs changed the existing layout of the Campus Center, moving the loading docks, dining halls, the Emerson Suites and the mail center.
A new area located in the Campus Center Dining Hall opened at the beginning of Spring 2019 to provide a way for students with food allergies and intolerances to safely eat in the dining hall.
Although the Campus Center was intended to be a place for all students to gather, many do not feel like there is a central hub on campus.
With this collaboration, the college could transform the Campus Center into what it is meant to be: a gathering place that serves all members of the campus community.
Ithaca College’s Campus Center Dining Hall has been struggling to accommodate the number of students swiping in for meals, despite recent renovations that increased the seating capacity.