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The article, “Dawn Of The Dead: For Hundreds Of The Nation’s Private Colleges, It’s Merge or Perish,” was written by Matt Schifrin, vice president and assistant managing editor for Forbes Media, and Forbes reporter Carter Coudriet. Published Nov. 27, the article graded the financial condition of all private, nonprofit colleges in the United States with enrollments over 500 students.

College receives C+ fiscal health rating from Forbes

By Cora Payne, Staff Writer December 11, 2019
Ithaca College has earned a grade of C+ for the status of its fiscal health, according to a recent article from Forbes. 
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) represents Ithaca, which is located in New York’s 23rd District, and was reelected to the congressional seat in the 2020 election.

Representative Tom Reed visits college to discuss political issues

By Hannah Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer April 12, 2019
The event was hosted by the Ithaca College Republicans, who invited Reed to provide a different perspective to the college.
Gerard Turbide, vice president of enrollment management, said that the college developed the Ithaca College New York State Tuition Award to provide benefits to low-income families without the restrictions that come with many other state scholarship programs.

Ithaca College creates scholarship as alternate to state aid

By Brontë Cook, Contributing Writer October 7, 2017
The scholarship is worth up to $6,000 per year and will be available in Fall 2018 to incoming students from New York State who qualify for the Excelsior Scholarship.
Governor Cuomos Excelsior Scholarship would give free tuition to all New York State students from families with an average annual income lower than $125,000, over 950,000 students.

Free college plan likely to have impact on Ithaca College

By Ben Kaplan, Staff Writer January 31, 2017
Van der Werf also said the issue of finances is obviously not the only aspect of making a college decision, and he said the education itself should be factored in.
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