“It was a lot of faculty and staff just really giving up themselves to try to make the best experience possible.”
Ithaca College’s commencement ceremony was scheduled to be held May 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the commencement ceremony was pushed to Aug. 2
Ithaca College will continue remote instruction for the remainder of the semester and commencement has been moved to Aug. 1 for the Class of 2020, according to a campus wide email sent March 17.
The Ithaca College Commencement Committee has decided that the Class of 2018 will walk and have their names read at the Commencement ceremony.
The Ithaca College Commencement Committee is looking for feedback in response to a charge given by President Shirley M. Collado when she took office in July.
Pringle said the way the student protest occurred during gun-advocate Larry Pratt’s visit to campus Nov. 9 served as a model for the kind of respectful discourse that President Collado encourages.