Facilities, grounds and maintenance staff plow and salt paths and roads for the Ithaca College campus, starting as early as 3 a.m.
The Office of Civil Rights delivered a resolution to the college in 2015 following an investigation into a confidential complaint of inaccessibility against the college filed in 2009.
The Center for Trading and Analysis of Financial Instruments has been renovated this year to more closely resemble a Wall Street trading room.
Rothschild Place, a temporary structure on Ithaca College’s campus built in 2004 to house department overflow, has been operating under a temporary occupancy permit since its creation. However, the college applied for and was granted a permanent occupancy permit for the building Aug. 2. Despite this change, there are no plans at this time to renovate or build a permanent structure.
The Ithaca College campus has undergone many changes, additions and renovations over the summer, some of which are more visibly obvious than others.
Ithaca College’s Terrace Dining Hall celebrated its 50th birthday this year with a facelift, including renovations to the infrastructure, floor space and interior decor.
As a result of an aging campus, the college has seen a buildup of deferred maintenance, which has exceeded $200 million in recent years. Deferred maintenance covers issues like cracks in concrete, or loose handrails or aging mechanical equipment, grouping projects into an agenda according to when they should be finished.
The Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit Board of Directors is considering a plan to reduce service on certain bus routes over the summer, according to a press statement issued March 28.