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A: If you’re changing majors within the same school, you’ll need to meet with your adviser to figure out your new requirements and schedule the appropriate courses, but it’s definitely manageable.

If you’re switching schools -- say from the School of Humanities and Sciences to the Park School of Communications --...

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As a high school student, I knew I wanted to study something in college that combined my passions for sports, health, and caring for others, so the idea of studying athletic training really intrigued me. After completing exhaustive research on athletic training programs on the east coast, Ithaca’s program stood out from all the rest. One of the...

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Water for Sudan (WFS) is a committee within Ithaca College’s chapter of STAND, the national student anti-genocide coalition. The IC community helped WFS raise $1,618.44 over the 2007-2008 school year

The committee is well on their way to meeting their goal of $5,000.00, which will enable them to build a well in Sudan. The group...

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A: Ithaca’s version of pass/fail is S/D/F, which is short for satisfactory/D/failure.

Grades C- and above count as satisfactory and don’t affect GPA, whereas grades D+ and below will be recorded individually and affect your GPA.

Most programs allow four S/D/F courses in your college career, but you can only take...

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Bottled water has long been a point of contention between environmentalists and those who prize convenience and efficiency. Last year Marian Brown, special assistant to the provost and VPAA at Ithaca College, facilitated a project for Ithaca College’s Resource and Environmental Management Program that compared bottled water to tap water.

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