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November 14, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

College Briefs March 2

By The Ithacan | Mar 1, 2017

Changes in place for Fall 2017 class registration processes
Ithaca College has made changes to Fall 2017 registration, which begins April 4.

Success with addressing campus racial issues varies nationwide

By | Apr 27, 2016

During the Fall 2015 semester, colleges and universities across the country were rocked by student protests addressing racial tensions on campuses. Ithaca College was also affected by these issues, and it is among many other institutions that are now trying to heal their communities while also facing losses in enrollment and retention.

Ithaca College faculty struggle to find adequate housing

By | Nov 4, 2015

Ithaca College faculty are faced with the challenge of finding both affordable and suitable housing in Ithaca — a city that isn’t necessarily known for either, said several faculty who have experienced the housing and rental market.

Editorial: College produces noteworthy number of Fulbrights

By The Ithacan | Feb 11, 2015

The college has received high praise from the Chronicle of Higher Education for being a “top producer of Fulbright students.”

Rachel Reuben announces departure

By | Jun 5, 2014

Rachel Reuben, associate vice president for marketing communications, will be vice president for communications at Colgate University.

College considers new internet provider

By | Oct 24, 2013

As Ithaca College struggles with complaints of poor Wi-Fi connectivity across campus since last semester, officials said the college’s six-year contract with Apogee, its Internet provider for students in residence halls, is set to expire at the end of August 2014.

College increases international students

By | Oct 2, 2013

As the Office of Admission finalized its enrollment numbers for 2013 on Tuesday, it revealed a two-fold increase in international student enrollment since 2009

Colleges consider accepting massive open online course credits

By | Apr 25, 2013

As the price of four-year public and private universities increases nationwide, online education companies are offering up massive open online courses, MOOCs, as a way to bring higher education to students who cannot afford the traditional campus experience.

Breaking the bank

By | Apr 11, 2013

With student loan debt accumulating and the cost of living on the rise, experts encourage students to become more conscious of their spending habits.

A new market of personalized education

By | Feb 8, 2012

Have it your way. Customization has become integral to more institutions as the escalation of digital technology branches out to all aspects of our lives.

Revamped tenure system goes beyond the classroom

By | Oct 23, 2011

During the economically challenging times that institutions of higher education face, tenure is a situational aspect of employment that no longer gives faculty a free ride throughout their careers. The development of post-tenure reviews to assess performance in the classroom and relation to students has taken place during the past decade. The American Association of…