Beginning in September members of Swipe Out Hunger went to dining halls and collected guest swipes to redistribute to students facing food insecurity.
Ithaca College will establish a permanent food pantry in the Campus Center before the end of the semester in response to food insecurity on campus.
Data from the most recent Campus Climate Survey, conducted in Fall 2016, shows that, out of nearly 3,000 students who responded, 47 percent reported experiencing financial hardship while attending the
Collado said her two largest focuses this year are to get to know the college deeply as an institution and to encourage campus communities to come together.
Ithaca College has released the results of the most recent campus climate survey, which reveals disparities in comfort levels among the community.
Far less than half of the campus community has taken the survey, and if we don’t come together as a campus to hit the minimum threshold, the results will be invalid.
Just four questions were asked during the Q&A portion of a diversity and inclusion panel held Sept. 13. Among them was an anonymously submitted question about how the administration would continue to prioritize these initiatives amid high administrative turnover.
Ithaca College has set a date range for administering its second campus climate survey, which will assess how the community feels about living and learning at the institution.
Social justice advocacy from groups that seek to amplify the voices of marginalized students has forced the campus community to reconsider itself as a diverse and welcoming place.
Ithaca College is planning on administering a new campus-climate survey next fall, four years after the previous climate survey, which revealed a stark perception gap between different groups regarding diversity and inclusivity on campus.