There’s a lot of talk these days about the “value” of an Ithaca College education.
For a college that claims to produce students that are “civically engaged,” it’s doing a pretty terrible job of letting us be engaged in campus civics. Perhaps the college would do well to have some faith in its product.
Ithaca College is at an important crossroads. We’re rebranding, and we’ve created a strategic plan. While these decisions are made at the top, the people who they affect the most are frequently the students at the bottom. It’s more important than ever that as the college changes, the student voice is loud, forceful and clear.