“The issue is not making more spaces. It’s making them appealing to students,” Kane said. “We need to focus on that.”
As part of a series of meetings that will help determine the look of the Ithaca College campus for the next 10 years, the college will hold town hall meetings on Oct. 7 for students, staff and faculty to contribute input to the campus master plan.
A proposed fundraising campaign by the Division of Institutional Advancement aims to raise $150–200 million by 2020 to go toward the priorities of Ithaca College’s strategic plan, IC 20/20.