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College partnering with grief resource program for academic year

By | Sep 8, 2021

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is partnering with Inner Harbor, a grief resource program that supports college students and trains staff.


Ithaca College sophomore dies unexpectedly

By | May 16, 2021

Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado and Rosanna Ferro, vice president for student affairs and campus life, notified the community the sophomore Thomas Fine died unexpectedly May 15.


Ithaca College lecturer dies unexpectedly

By | Dec 1, 2020

Carl Penziul, lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Ithaca College, died unexpectedly Nov.


Students living on campus feel lonely and isolated

By | Nov 5, 2020

Some Ithaca College students with extenuating circumstances have been allowed to live on campus for Fall 2020.


Athletes need mental health support beyond performance psychology

By | Oct 14, 2020

Mental health has always been a major concern for college athletics, and those issues are only being exacerbated by the isolation and decrease in physical activity that athletes are facing.


Healing Mind and Body: Injured athletes struggle with mental health

By | Sep 19, 2019

Student-athletes struggle to manage their mental health while recovering from serious physical injuries.


CAPS develops new counseling program to better serve students

By | Mar 19, 2019

The Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is developing a new service to increase the accessibility of mental health services.


CAPS adds two new counselors in attempt to meet student demand

By , | Sep 28, 2017

Collado announced the college will fill these positions because of the increase in students visiting CAPS over the last few years.


Editorial: Student affairs needs strengthening

By The Ithacan | Sep 13, 2017

Simply put, the college needs to allocate more resources to ensure that students are safe, happy and healthy while on campus.


SGC passes bill to address CAPS issues

By | Apr 12, 2017

The CAPS Initiative, which was sponsored by Class of 2020 Sen. Sarah Horbacewicz, seeks to address issues that some students experience at CAPS.


Editorial: Student retention hinges on mental-health services

By The Ithacan | Mar 8, 2017

Not paying enough attention to mental-health services undermines the college’s mission of cultivating academic success.


One year later, some concerns remain about CAPS

By | Apr 29, 2016

In Spring 2015, many students needing services at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services had to wait two to three weeks to see a counselor. A year later, the wait time has diminished, yet students still have concerns in other areas.