The college is preparing to draft a policy regarding the use of unmanned aerial systems, commonly referred to as drones, on campus.
A decade of Park scholars will remember Matthew Fee, former Park Scholar Program director from the Roy H. Park School of Communications, who now leaves Ithaca College with a program that has gained a greater national reputation and focus on service.
A group of freshmen created and presented a website idea, Privilege Check, which is a way for individuals to see and understand life through different perspectives.
Ithaca College has enrolled about 200 more students in the Class of 2017 than it originally projected in May, causing residence halls to exceed their capacities and some departments at the college to accommodate more students than anticipated.
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.
Ithaca College has hired an outside company — Huron Consulting Group — to asses its finances. President Tom Rochon said the objective is to control the cost of tuition and room and board for students.