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Carol Henderson associate provost for accreditation, assessment and  curriculum, said AP credits wont be accepted for some ICC requirements.

Students can’t apply AP credits to ICC courses

By Taylor Zambrano March 19, 2014
Ithaca College does not accept AP credits for the Themes and Perspectives or Integrative Core Curriculum Capstone components of the ICC, which was implemented for the 2013–14 academic year.
From left, Peter Rothbart, chair of the Faculty Council and professor of music theory, history and composition, and Danette Johnson, assistant provost and director of the core curriculum,  discuss faculty assessment of the ICC.

Faculty Council addresses student grade changes

By Sabrina Knight, News Editor March 5, 2014
The two main topics discussed at the March 4 Faculty Council meeting were a proposal to revise the process of changing a student’s grade and the faculty assessment and perception of the Integrative Core Curriculum.
SOURCE: National Association of Colleges and Employers

December graduates face improving job market

By Elma Gonzalez, Special Projects Manager December 11, 2013
As a fresh batch of Ithaca College December graduates prepares to leave the college this weekend, recent reports indicate an improving national job market.
Carol Henderson, associate provost for accreditation, assessment and curriculum, said the Middle States decision speaks to the progress of the Integrative Core Curriculum.

Middle States reaffirms IC accreditation

By Noreyana Fernando, News Editor December 11, 2013
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has reaffirmed Ithaca College’s accreditation, which ensures students receive federal financial aid.

College and City: 12/12

December 11, 2013
IC student wins $20,000 in Dr Pepper challenge, Textbook buyback begins Dec. 12 at the Bookstore and more...

IC community to review Middle States report

By Sabrina Knight, Assistant News Editor April 17, 2013
The Middle States Public Review Report is currently under review and is open for comments as it is being prepared by a group of faculty, staff and administrators.

Tutoring shortage strains campus

By Erica Palumbo, Staff Writer November 8, 2012
As of Nov. 2, the college’s Academic Enrichment Services has not accepted any requests for peer tutoring. Yolanda Clarke, director of AES, announced the majority of student tutors are booked at capacity and are not able to take on more students.
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