Former President Shirley M. Collado … did not receive any salary increase from fiscal year 2018–19 to fiscal year 2019–20.
As a survivor of both sexual harassment and sexual assault, it has been extremely disheartening to see how the college has supported and enabled abusers and offered minimal support to survivors.
Despite claiming multiple times that she froze her salary during the 2019–20 academic year, former Ithaca College President Shirley M. Collado’s monthly base compensation increased by $1,039 to $41,17
In recent years, the concept of shared governance has been an important part of discussions about how the college’s administration conducts business with the faculty.
Despite 92% of Ithaca College students getting financial aid, the cost of attendance continues to push students further and further into debt.
As inflation raises the cost of kitchen-table items like gas, food and rent, Ithaca College students have begun to feel its effects in their wallets.