A: Although it’s no New York City, Ithaca still has a very charged music scene.
There are weekly concerts of local musicians at places like Castaways, the Haunt, the Nines, and No Radio Records (which often partners with students to put on concerts).
See video of the Decemberists in Ithaca:
A: There are a few ways to find jobs on campus.
First, current students can look online at JobShop, an online database of student jobs. This site provides information for students who seek campus employment or qualify for federal work study.
You can also check with specific offices. So if you really want a job at the Fitness Center or the library, check their websites or give...
A: Most students can walk from one end of campus to the other in under 15 minutes.
The longest hike would be from the Terraces residence halls to the Park School of Communications.
Even though the walk is hilly at times, it is usually quick and easy to get from one place to another on campus.
A: If you have a documented disability, IC’s Office of Academic Support Services for Students with Disabilities offers many resources to make classes and other parts of campus life more accessible.
Accommodations are based on your specific disability; services offered include extended and optimized testing services, tutoring, special housing accommodations, and...
A: IC’s beautiful Muller Chapel hosts various religious services weekly. Active groups include the Catholic Community, Hillel, the Protestant Community, and the Interfaith Council, which promotes cooperation, respect, and goodwill among all the religious communities on campus.
There are also various faith-centered clubs and organizations on campus, including Habitat for...
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