Ithaca College is moving into the second phase of the Academic Program Prioritization process, which involves restructuring some academic programs.
The Open the Books coalition organized a candlelight vigil to honor the faculty members whose positions are being eliminated due to the APP.
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies and community organizations its students work with are voicing their opposition to the “Shape of the College” recommendations.
The APPIC released its final recommendations for the APP in the “Shape of the College” document Feb. 18. The final recommendations recommend the elimination of 116 full-time equivalent faculty.
The Ithaca College SGC passed a resolution expressing no confidence in the “Shape of the College” proposal outlining faculty and program cuts at its Feb. 22 meeting.
The petition asks for increased shared governance, an extended timeline and increased financial transparency throughout the Academic Program Prioritization (APP) process.
The Board of Trustees provided feedback on the Academic Program Prioritization process and discussed the college’s financial health and enrollment strategy at its February meeting.
The Department of Politics is voicing its opposition to the draft “Shape of the College” document and the Academic Program Prioritization process.
Ithaca College alumni, faculty and students voiced their opposition to the implementation of the Academic Program Prioritization (APP) process during a town hall Feb. 3.